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Cuban-Spanish actress Ana De Armas rose to fame playing AI hologram Joi in Blade Runner 2049, science fiction film. She belongs to Spanish decent and decided to become an actress at an age of 12. With this content, read more Ana De Armas biography, age, body measurement, family, birthday, affairs, quotes, net worth, and movies.

Ana De Armas biography

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Biography of Ana De Armas
  • Real Name – Ana Celia De Armas Caso (Nickname – Ana)
  • Birthday – April
  • Age – 31 years
  • Birth Place – Santa Cruz Del Norte, Cuba
  • Date of Birth – April 30, 1988
  • Debut Movie – Una rosa de Francia (2006)
  • Famous roles – Joi in Blade Runner 2049
  • Ethnicity – White
  • Nationality – Spanish, Cuban
  • Profession – Actress
  • Religion – N/A
  • Sun sign – Taurus

Ana De Armas height, weight, and body measurement

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Ana De Armas Sizes and Body Measurements
  • Height – 168 cm in centimeters, 1.68 m in meter and 5’6” inches in feet
  • Weight – 55 kg in kilograms and 121 lbs in pounds
  • Body Measurements – 34-24-36
  • Cup Size – C
  • Bra Size – 32 inches
  • Breast Size – 34 inches
  • Waist Size – 24 inches
  • Hip Size – 36 inches
  • Shoe Size – 8 (US)
  • Dress Size – 6 (US)
  • Hair Color – Light brown
  • Eye Color – Green
  • Body Type – Hourglass
  • Sexuality – Straight

Ana De Armas qualification/education      

  • School – N/A
  • College – National Theater School of Cuba
  • Degree – Drama

Ana De Armas family

  • Father – Cuban
  • Mother – Spanish
  • Husband/spouse – Spanish actor Marc Clotet (divorced)
  • Children – N/A
  • Siblings – (One brother)

Ana De Armas affairs/dating (relationship status)

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Ana De Armas Affairs

Ana De Armas Instagram pictures

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Instagram pic of Ana De Armas

Ana De Armas latest news

  • De Armas transforms into Marilyn Monroe

Ana De Armas net worth

  • $3 million US dollars

Ana Armas movies/filmography

  • 2006 – Una rosa de Francia                         
  • 2007 – Madrigal                
  • 2009 – Mentiras y Gordas; Y de postre, qué and Ánima                 
  • 2011 – El callejón                             
  • 2012 – Perrito chino       
  • 2013 – Faraday                 
  • 2014 – Por un puñado de besos                
  • 2015 – Anabel and Knock Knock                
  • 2016 – Exposed; Hands of Stone, and War Dogs                
  • 2017 – Overdrive and Blade Runner 2049             
  • 2018 – Corazón
  • 2019 – Yesterday; the Informer; Wasp Network; Entering Red; Knives Out, and The Night Clerk                
  • 2020 – No Time to Die and Blonde playing Marilyn Monroe

Ana Armas television shows

  • 2007 – El edén perdido and El Internado 
  • 2008 – Revelados                            
  • 2010 – Hispania, la leyenda
  • 2011 – Actrices 

Ana awards/accolades

  • Nominated – Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress for Blade Runner 2049

Ana interview/personal quotes

On dealing with negativity

“I try not to read negative comments, but sometimes I do come across them and I’m not going to lie, they affect me. When you have a solid family life, a good group of friends in a healthy environment and you know what your priorities are in life, then those things don’t really matter. They are not even secondary – they are in another world! But, yes, I do read them and I pay attention to them. Sometimes, I will make a spelling mistake and people will correct me – I thank them and fix it, but then when it gets to something else, something aggressive or hurtful, there’s no point on engaging. I can’t put my energy into that.”

On finding active role for women

“These roles are definitely rare. That’s my fight and I always try to go for them when they come up. As a woman and a Latina, it’s pretty challenging. I have two separate labels to fight against, but I know I just have to stay strong and true to what I believe in. It’s important not to compromise your work and ideas for the industry and what some might be expecting you to do or recommending you to follow. It’s about being smart and patient and staying true to your path. The roles are there, but you need to find and fight for them. That’s why I love roles like my new short movie coming out in February, Entering Red, with Campari where I play a leading female protagonist who is in charge of her own destiny.”

Ana trivia

In 2018, she acted in a music video titled ‘Everyday’ with artist Orishas.

She keeps her family life as private as possible.

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