Zazie Beetz and her boyfriend have been dating for nearly six years
Zazie Beetz and her lover David Rysdahl have collaborated on a number of projects together.
Zazie Beetz rocketed to international fame after playing Domino in Deadpool 2. Since then, she has landed important roles in a variety of films and television shows, including Joker, Atlanta, and Invincible.
Fans all over the world are becoming increasingly interested in Beetz as her position in the entertainment sector becomes more pronounced. While most people are unaware, those who follow her on social media are aware that she has been in a long-term relationship with her partner David Rysdahl.
Rysdahl and Beetz have been dating for over six years and are quite close. They frequently mention each other on social media and have collaborated on numerous projects.
Rysdahl is also a performer
Rysdahl, like his partner, is an actor. Before traveling to New York to pursue his acting goals, he graduated from St. Olaf College. He made his acting debut in the 2008 video short Graduation Day, and for the next few years, he solely worked on short films including Intimacy (2010), Max Ages (2012), and Mixed Connection (2011).
The actor also appeared in the first season of Netflix’s new series The Family, which premiered in 2019. Rysdahl is well recognized for his work on That’s Not Us, The Revival, The Cure, and Dead Pigs throughout his career.
Rysdahl has written for Black Swell, Limbos, and Diwal’oween, among others. He’s also writing for the upcoming film Shelter, in which Beetz will star, according to IMDB. He and Beetz also appeared in and produced a Condé Nast Traveler short video.
In addition to performing and writing, he is a producer, having worked on the short films Limbos and Black Swell in 2014 and 2016.
Judges Beetz and Rysdahl were friends
Both Beetz and Rysdahl were on the 2020 72 Hour Film Slam judging panel. The team also revealed the second mandatory script element for young filmmakers competing in the competition.
During the announcement, Rysdahl mentioned that he had previously taught at SOCAPA and that serving as a judge on the 72 Hour Film Slam was an honour. The duo then disclosed that the competition’s necessary script celebrated multiculturalism.
Similarly, both Beetz and Rysdahl have been proponents of multiculturalism, and even participated in the Los Angeles demonstration following George Floyd’s death.
Rysdahl addressed the issue on Instagram, expressing his regret over Floyd’s untimely death.
“Maybe this is the tipping point? Maybe we can begin to grow in the future together? We all suffer when there is no justice. We are all connected. I’m not preaching… I’m just heartbroken, trying to figure out how to be a part of the healing.”
Apart from joining the BLM movement, Rysdahl has been a strong supporter of Beetz’s activities. In fact, practically all of his Instagram posts have been about Beetz and his support for her.