'I Realized The Magnitude Of My Actions': Meghan Markle On Becoming Women’s Rights Advocate At The Age Of 11
December 1, 2017 11:20
It isn´t easy to find a person who did not hear of Prince Harry´s engagement to American actress, model, and humanitarian Meghan Markle. Before dating the prince, Meghan was already well-known for her role of Rachel Zane on the legal drama Suits and the part of a special agent Amy Jessup in the thriller Fringe.
The actress grew up in Los Angeles, California. From the early age, she studied acting at private schools, and in 2003, the girl graduated from Northwestern University, where she got her degree in Theater and International Studies.
Markle started as a freelance calligrapher, but after some time, she began appearing on screen, first in the episode of General Hospital and later having small guest roles on various TV shows. She was having a tough time trying to find jobs early in her career as, apparently, she “wasn't black enough for the black roles and I wasn't white enough for the white ones”, leaving her somewhere in between, as she wrote in 2015.