Eka Darville Bio: Age, Married, Family, Ethnicity, Height

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Eka Darville Bio: Age, Married, Family, Ethnicity, Height

The Australian actor Eka Darville gained the spotlight through his TV show roles such as Scott Truman / Red Eagle RPM Ranger in Power Rangers R.P.M. (2009), Pietros in Spartacus (2010), and Ryan Morgan in Empire (2015).

His fame was doubled in 2015 after he started to portray the role of the Marvel Comic’s character, Malcolm Ducasse in the Netflix series entitled Jessica Jones (2015-2019).

Eka Darville’s Age, Family Plus Ethnicity

Eka Darville was born in Cairns, Queensland, Australia on 11th April 1989 with a birth sign of Aries. His biological parents are named is Ray Darwin, a reggae artist, and Malaika Darville, a nature conservationist.

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But, he was raised by his stepdad, a drummer and mother in Byron Bay, New South Wales.

He has a mixed ethnicity of African-Jamaican from his biological father’s side and some European from his mother’s side.

Eka Darville’s Married Life; Wife & Children

The Australian actor, Eka Darville is married to Lila Darville, a sex + intimacy coach. Also, the two heartthrobs are the parents of two children.

Eka and Lila first became parents in October 2013 when they got blessed with a baby boy. They named their son Mana Darville. The duo again got the chance to celebrate happiness as they welcomed their second child.

On 8th February 2018, Eka, through his Instagram account, announced that he again became a father. They named their son Zion Akua Darville.

Eka Darville with his wife, Lila Darville and his two sons at Nashville, Tennessee on 26 December 2019 (Photo: Eka Darville's Instagram)

Moreover, Eka describes his first child, Mana as an energetic and vibrant person. Also, his son is interested in being a musician and plays ukulele on a daily basis.

Their relationship commenced when Eka and Lila first met each other in 2011, right after Eka had moved to the US. After their first meet, they became good friends. However, the lovable bond between them initiated while they were at 2012’s Burning Man, an event held every year at Black Rock City.

After that, their togetherness became more strong and strong. Later, they legalized their bond and got married.

His Career

Eka Darville got interested in acting while he was studying in high school. His talent was first noticed by his high school drama teacher. His drama teacher’s encouragement got Eka in the Victorian College of the Arts. After getting enrolled, he got an offer to play in the TV series Blue Water High.

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However, he debuted in the entertainment industry in 2006 with the TV movie named Answered by Fire. He also played as Adam Bridge in the TV series Blue Water High, but, it was released later in 2008.

Since then, Eka has grabbed almost every good role that he has been offered which includes the movies The Sapphires (2012), Bernard and Huey (2017), and Her Smell (2018). Likewise, some of his TV shows role include Power Rangers Samurai (2011), The Originals (2013-14), Empire (2015), Tell Me a Story (2019-20).

Some Quick Facts About Eka Darville

  • He got his high school education from Byron Bay High School.

  • He stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 meters).

  • His maternal grandmother was a Jamaican.

  • In the Netflix series Jessica Jones, he plays the role of a heroin addict and one of Jessica Jones’ neighbors.

  • In the TV series Spartacus: Blood and Sand, he played the role of a gay person.

  • In 2013, he was nominated for a Film Award for his supporting role in the 2012’s movie, Mr. Pip at the New Zealand Film and TV Awards.