Tracy Ifeachor plays Nenna Ajanlekoko in NBC's drama series "Crossbones."
Born and raised in Plymouth, South Devon, Ifeachor won a scholarship to, and graduated with honors from, The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama. Upon leaving drama school, she landed a highly coveted role in the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Ifeachor was nominated for the National Ian Charleson Award for her outstanding portrayal of William Shakespeare's largest female lead role, Rosalind in "As You Like It." Since then, Ifeachor has played leading roles all over the world, including in Sir Richard Eyre's "Welcome to Thebes" for the Royal National Theatre and on numerous projects with the British Broadcasting Company.
Ifeachor's television work includes the multi-award-winning show "Doctor Who," the BBC's 27-year-running medical drama "Casualty," and HBO and Cinemax's third season of "Strike Back: Vengeance."
In her spare time, Ifeachor is a youth worker for XLP and an avid supporter of the Spear program. She divides her time equally between Los Angeles and London.