Thandie Newton

Thandie Newton will now go by her real name, Thandiwe, declaring she’s “taking back what’s mine.”
The "Westworld" star declared she's "taking back what's mine."
The outspoken Scientology critic said Newton had "huge balls" following her candor about working with Cruise on "Mission: Impossible 2."
The actor talked about starring opposite Cruise in "Mission: Impossible 2," saying he "wasn't horrible," but was "really stressed" on set.
The actor and her husband, Ol Parker, have two daughters and a son.
In 2016, the "Westworld" actress revealed she was sexually abused by a director when she was just a teenager.
The Emmys admitted it had a diversity problem, but that’s just the first step.
The "Westworld" actress won for best supporting drama actress -- then won over some believers with the line of the night.
From Thandie to Aidy to Samira.
Celebrities teamed up with the ACLU for a video titled "My Name Is Mirian."