Netflix's new series, Fate: The Winx Saga, premiered on January 22, 2021. In the first season, actress Elisha Applebaum got her first major tv role as Musa, a mind fairy in the series. Previously, Applebaum portrayed Jodie in No Reasons (2016) and Stacy in Carla & Paolo (2017).
Elisha was born on September 9, 1995, in Watford, England, the United Kingdom. She belongs to British nationality. It is said that the actress grew up in a Jewish family. However, ScreenRant reported that Elisha is one-fourth Singaporean. Further, she studied at a part-time drama school called, The Unseen in London.
Elisha Applebaum Relationship Status
At age 25, Elisha Applebaum is a single woman. Hence, she is not involved in a relationship. Elisha prefers to maintain a low-key personal life. As a result, the details about her past romantic affairs are unavailable. Additionally, Applebaum is not married.
While many young actors are open about their romance, Elisah likes to keep things behind the spotlight. She doesn't reveal any intimate stuff on social media, neither has Applebaum mentioned having a boyfriend. Perhaps, she is just focused on her acting career.
The audiences liked Elisha and Jacob Dudman's chemistry n the show Fate. Jacob portrays Sam Harvey's role, an earth fairy who starts dating Applebaum's character, Musa. In real life, they are just good friends.
Elisha likes cycling, kickboxing, swimming, skating, and doing adventurous tours when she gets leisure time. Additionally, she is also fond of photography.
The Fate actress Elisha Applebaum has an estimated net worth of $100,000, similar to Olivia Ryan Stern. The primary source of Elisha's earning is her acting career. Besides, she is not involved in other business ventures.
On average, the television actors are known to have earned somewhere between $32,445-$53,876 per episode. However, it is unknown how much Elisha earned for starring in Netflix's Fate: The Winx Saga.
Movies and TV Shows
Elisha began her career in a guest role in the 2014 tv series, Glue. In 2016, she appeared in two movies, Mob Handed, and No Reasons. In 2017, Elisha portrayed Stacy in Carly & Paolo.
As mentioned, Applebaum's first major television role came with the 2021 teen drama, Fate: The Winx Saga. In the series, she appears alongside Abigail Cowen, Hannah van der Westhuysen, Danny Griffin, etc., among others.
Fans frustrated over Fate: The Winx Saga
Netflix's drama Fate: The Winx Saga is inspired by the Nickelodeon animated series, Winx Club. The series follows the adventures of five fairies in training as they attend magical boarding school.
Watch the official trailer of the Netflix teen drama series Fate: The Winx Saga!
The five main casts are Bloom (Abigail Cowen), Stella (Hannah van der Westhuysen), Aisha (Precious Mustapha), Terra (Eliot Salt), and Musa (Elisha Applebaum), a mind fairy. So, why were fans angry?
The first trailer for Fate was released on December 10, 2020. Afterward, fans of the original Winx Club quickly took to social media to accuse the show of whitewashing key characters, Terra and Musa.
In the original cartoon, Musa is an East Asian, but Applebaum appears to be white. Meanwhile, Terra, played by white actor Salt, isn't in the original Winx Club. Season two of Fate might include more diverse characters.