Jayma Mays Wiki, Bio, Age, Net Worth, and Other Facts

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Jayma Mays Wiki, Bio, Age, Net Worth, and Other Facts

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Jamia Suzette Mays was born in Bristol, Tennessee, to Susan (Norris) and James Mays, and was raised in Grundy, Virginia with her older brother and sister. Her father was a high school teacher at Grundy Senior High School for seven years, before spending 25 years working in the coal-mining industry. He is now retired and lives with Jayma’s mother in Bristol.

Interesting Facts about Jayma Mays

  • Has appeared on two major network television series, Heroes (2006) and Ugly Betty (2006), within the same the year with the same character name, “Charlie”.
  • Gave birth to her 1st child at age 37, a son named Jude Jones on August 21, 2016. Child’s father is her husband, Adam Campbell.
  • Jayma’s all-time favorite television show is The Golden Girls (1985). She has the boxed set and watches it all the time.
  • After moving to Los Angeles, California she joined the Knightsbridge Theatre Company where she performed in several stage plays working with them for nearly three years.
  • After receiving her B.S. in Performing Arts from Radford University, she completed an apprenticeship with B-Street Theatre in Sacramento, California.

Personal Quotes by Jayma Mays

I love sneakers. I live in Keds.

- Jayma Mays

My husband calls me a ginger every single day of my life, so that I’m completely used to it, and I’ve come to see it as a term of endearment.

- Jayma Mays

I loved ‘The Carol Burnett Show’ – I thought she was the funniest lady I’d ever seen.

- Jayma Mays

I was a big fan of ‘The Smurfs’ growing up, even though by default – my mom used to force me to watch because she was a ‘Smurfs’ fan.

- Jayma Mays

When I first moved to L.A., I cleaned apartments after people moved out. When people move, they leave stuff behind and haven’t cleaned for weeks. I like to clean – I have no problem with cleaning – but some apartments were filthy and disgusting. And there’d always be a random flip-flop left somewhere on its own.

- Jayma Mays
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