Yvonne Senat Jones (born 13 January 1985) is an American actress.
Early Life and Career
Yvonne was born in Texas and raised in Southern California. The daughter of a Bolivian mother and a Haitian father, she speaks Spanish fluently. She majored in Theatre at El Camino College in Torrance, California and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Arts from California State University, Long Beach in 2009. In May 2013, she received her Masters in Fine Arts (for Acting) from the University of South Carolina.
Some of her favorite stage roles have been Blanche Dubois in A Streetcar Named Desire, Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, and Mrs.Gibbs in Our Town.
Yvonne Senat Jones was born in Dallas, TX. She is of Bolivian-Haitian descent and is fluent in Spanish. She fell in love with acting at El Camino College under the instruction of Mr.Ron Scarlata. She transferred to Cal State Long Beach and graduated with a BA in Theatre Arts then received a full scholarship to University of South Carolina where she earned her Masters of Fine Arts in Acting. She immediately began teaching theatre arts because it was one of the few teaching positions that only required a college degree. She quickly learned that she loved it and began working with a non-profit organization, City Hearts LA, an organization which brings the arts to schools that wouldn’t normally be able to fund an arts program. Her first big break came when Emmy-Award winning casting director , Robi Reed, cast her in the role of Robyn Crawford in the BET movie “The Bobby Brown Story”. The cast won the NAACP Image Award for best TV Movie. A year later she booked the recurring role of Tally in Tyler Perry’s Hit Drama “The Oval”. Dir.Perry then expanded her role to a series regular lead in his spin off, “Ruthless”. Fall 2021, she will be playing the role of Denise King, wife of Darius King (John Salley), in the Disney Plus live action musical feature film, Sneakerella. Her previous roles include Guest Stars on “The Orville” and “Cursed”, and appearances on shows like “SWAT”, working opposite Shemar Moore, and “Code Black” working opposite Boris Kodjoe. Yvonne and her husband, Charles Jones, own the production company, MFB Entertainment.
Yvonne Senat married her husband, Charles Jones on 13 June 2015.
Yvonne Senat’s net worth as of 2022 is estimated at around $950, 000 – $4.5 million.