Welcome to Loving Danai Gurira, a fansite dedicated to the talented actress and playwright Danai Gurira! You may know her from her iconic roles as Michonne on The Walking Dead and as Okoye in Marvel superhero movies like Black Panther and Avengers: Endgame. As a fan, my goal is to support Danai while providing a resource and a community for other fans. Before you go, make sure you check out the photo gallery, currently featuring over 15,000 photos. Thanks so much for stopping by!

If you’re looking for pictures, videos, artwork, articles, and freebies, you’ve come to the right place! I’ve curated some of the best ones and listed the collections here. If you’d like to submit anything, you can do it through Tumblr or by contacting me.

Check out this curated collection of gifs and gif sets, made by fans. Featuring great moments in clips from movies, shows, behind-the-scenes, photoshoots, and interviews.

Fan Art
View beautiful custom drawings, paintings, and digital art created by fans in dedication to Danai and the characters she plays both on TV and in movies.

View and download free fan-made icons, which are little graphics you can use as your avatar on social media sites, forums, and anywhere else online where you can use a profile photo.

Photo Gallery
Check out the largest collection of Danai Gurira photos online. Featuring photo shoots, appearances, screen captures, and stills. Over 10,000 photos and counting!

Video Gallery
Our new video gallery makes it easy for you to browse posts on the site that include video interviews and clips.

Press Archive
Visit the new Press Archive, where you can view published articles that feature Danai and her amazing work.


Follow Loving Danai Gurira on Twitter to stay up to date with the latest!

Love Our Girls

Danai Gurira supports many organizations and causes, including the Love Our Girls campaign. She founded this non-profit organization to help bring awareness to issues and challenges affecting women and girls all around the world. Please visit their website at LOGPledge.org to learn more about the campaign and how you can get involved. #LoveOurGirls

Love Our Girls