Actress Golda Rosheuvel plays Queen Charlotte in Bridgerton. Netflix’s hit series from TV queen Shonda Rhimes follows British high society in Regency-era England. Bridgerton is fiction, but Queen Charlotte is rooted in history. According to People, many historians believe Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitzmany to be the first biracial royal.
Rosheuvel is a Guyanese / British actress and singer who is well-known for her theatrical work, and she has received international attention for her work as Queen Charlotte. A few of her television and film credits include Lady Macbeth, Luther, and Silent Witness.
- [May 2002 – April 2003] Can be seen in the ensemble of London’s Number 1 hit show – ‘We Will Rock You’ by Queen and Ben Elton
- [May 2003 – June 2003] Performed in the off-West End show ‘A… My Name Is Alice]
- (2005) She acted in Gerome Ragni and James Rado’s musical, “Hair,” at the Gate Theatre in London, England with Charles Aitken, Gary Amers, Joanna Ampil, Stuart Armfield, Miriam Elwell-Sutton, Kate Gillespie, Robyn Isaac, Connor McAllister, Sean Parkins, Craig Perry, Lee Reynolds, Laura Selwood, Graham Tudor, Kevin Wathen, and Nancy Wei-George in the cast. Daniel Kramer was director.