Solea Pfeiffer is a well-known American actress and singer.
She gained fame as Eliza Hamilton in the first Hamilton National Tour.
She also impressed as Maria in West Side Story at the Hollywood Bowl.
Her portrayal of Eva Peron in Evita at New York City Center earned recognition.
She’s slated to co-star with Joshua Boone in the Netflix film “A JAZZMAN’S BLUES,” releasing on September 23, 2022.
Who Are Solea Pfeiffer Parents?
Her Father Is James Pfeiffer
Her Mother Is An Anthropologist
Rachel Chapman, Solea’s mother, is a feminist anthropologist.
She’s an adjunct associate professor in global health and an associate professor of anthropology at the University of Washington.
Her research focuses on race, reproduction, African Diaspora, and economic policies’ health impacts.
She’s conducted research in Seattle, Cleveland, Mozambique, and Los Angeles.
Her work has been published in journals like Social Science and Medicine.
She earned her M.A. and Ph.D. in Anthropology from UCLA.
Also she completed an M.A. in African Studies at Yale University and a B.A. in Literature and Afro-American Studies at Yale.
Solea has no siblings
Solea is an only child with no siblings.
She began playing the violin at about four, inspired by “The Red Violin” movie.
At six, she attended a theater camp in Cleveland.
Her early musical involvement included school plays.
She started vocal training at 14.