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The daughter of a teacher and a human resources worker, de Armas spent her early years with her brother, Javier, in a small beach town on Cuba's northern coast. It was an environment that fostered an active childhood mostly spent outdoors. "I never had PlayStation or even a DVD player," she told Men's Journal. "So all I could do was to go out there and play with the other kids." Beyond her screen work, de Armas serves as a spokesperson for Only Natural Diamonds. She retains close ties with her friends and family in Cuba and visits the house she owns in Havana.

Following supporting roles in the crime drama The Informer and the true-story-based Wasp Network (both 2019), de Armas again emerged as the standout of a star-studded cast in the Netflix whodunit Knives Out. It was a project she nearly bypassed, after initially seeing her character, Marta, described as a "pretty Latin caretaker." But she warmed to the part after learning that Marta was more complex than expected, and her commitment to the performance led to her first Golden Globe nomination. 'No Time to Die,' 'The Gray Man' De Armas was still learning to speak English when she landed her first American film roles in the mid-2010s. That lifestyle changed when she moved with her family to the Cuban capital of Havana at age nine. For a girl who once assumed the persona of "Baby Spice" in a Spice Girls cover band, the immersion into big-city culture accelerated a desire to express herself through performance.Ana Celia de Armas Caso was born on April 30, 1988, in Santa Cruz del Norte, Cuba. Early Life and Theater School

Best Known For: Cuban actress Ana de Armas took Hollywood by storm with eye-opening roles in 'Blade Runner 2049' and 'Knives Out.' De Armas entered Cuba's National Theater School at age 14, and at 16, she made her feature film debut in the Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón drama Una rosa de Francia (2006). The burgeoning actress followed with two more films, Madrigal and El edén perdido (both 2007), but her busy working schedule left her at odds with her instructors, and she left school at age 18 to pursue her career in Spain. Spanish Films and TV ShowsWhile the 25th James Bond film, No Time to Die, earned notoriety for its production- and COVID-related delays, the good news to come out of the numerous script rewrites was a part specifically penned for the Cuban actress. She ultimately dazzled in her brief but memorable turn as CIA Agent Paloma, helping to send her Knives Out colleague, Daniel Craig, out of his final 007 starring role in style. And while de Armas insists that action fare "is not where I'm the most comfortable," she again sunk her teeth into the role of a CIA operative in the summer 2022 Netflix thriller The Gray Man, with Gosling and Chris Evans. 'Blonde' De Armas' career took a big leap forward after joining the cast of Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049, the eagerly anticipated sequel to the 1982 sci-fi classic. Literally lighting up the screen as the holographic Joi, love interest to Ryan Gosling's replicant K, de Armas was recognized for providing the emotional core of a story in which humanity and artificial intelligence intersect, and helping to drive its commercial and critical success. 'Knives Out'



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