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Who plays Medusa in the Amazon Prime commercial?

OVER the years, Amazon has released countless commercials for their Amazon Prime services. Their newest one, “Medusa Makes Friends,” features the Greek goddess Medusa who is known for turning those who look into her eyes to stone. Who plays Medusa in the Amazon Prime commercial? In the new Amazon Prime commercial, Medusa is seen buying […] ...

OVER the years, Amazon has released countless commercials for their Amazon Prime services.

Their newest one, “Medusa Makes Friends,” features the Greek goddess Medusa who is known for turning those who look into her eyes to stone.

Amazon Prime’s commercial features the Greek goddess Medusa

Who plays Medusa in the Amazon Prime commercial?

In the new Amazon Prime commercial, Medusa is seen buying new sunglasses through the service in order to show off her fun side.

“Medusa lived with a hideous curse. I mean the whole turning people to stone thing was a bit of a buzzkill right,” the narrator of the commercial said.

“So she ordered sunglasses with Prime one-day delivery, clever girl. People realized that she is actually hilarious once you get to know her.”

The actress behind the viral role is Jesi Le Rae.

The commercial also features Nicki Minaj’s song “Chun-Li,” which is from her 2018 album Queen.

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Who is Jesi Le Rae?

Born October 8, 1990, Rae, 31, has been seen in a number of productions over the years, including Westworld, Lazarus, and Ballers.

She has also been seen in multiple music videos for the hit songs “Often,” by The Weeknd, “Harley in Hawaii,” by Katy Perry, “Cool for the Summer,” by Demi Lovato, and “She Came to Give It to You,” by Usher and featuring Nicki Minaj and Pharrell Williams.

Outside of acting, Rae also dabbles in modeling and was even featured on the 2019 Q2 Freedom of Speech cover of Playboy.

“I’m pretty proud of all of the achievements either because I worked with friends I’ve grown through the industry with, or because it made a significant impact,” Rae told VoyageLA in 2019.

“I feel my work ethic, respect to the team, and direct honesty sets me apart from the rest. I challenge myself to be the jack of all trades, so there are plenty of skills to bring to the table.”

Rae was also seen in the Apple commercial, “Motion.”

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