Ana de Armas is a Cuban and Spanish actress. She began her career in her home country of Cuba and had a leading role in the romantic drama Una rosa de Francia (2006).
- Birth Name: Channing Matthew Tatum
- Born: April 30, 1988, Santa Cruz del Norte, Cuba
- Height: 5′ 6¼” (1.68 m)
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As a teenager in her native Cuba, de Armas had a starring role opposite Álex González in Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón’s romantic drama Una rosa de Francia (2006).
At age 18, de Armas moved to Madrid. Within two weeks of arriving, she met with casting director Luis San Narciso, who had seen her in Una rosa de Francia. Two months later, he cast her as Carolina in the teen drama El Internado, in which she starred for six seasons from 2007 to 2010.
After spending a few months living in New York City to learn English, de Armas was persuaded to return to Spain to star in seventeen episodes of the historical drama Hispania (2010–2011).
She then starred in Antonio Trashorras’s horror films El callejón (2011) and Anabel (2015), and in the drama Por un puñado de besos (2014).
After moving to Los Angeles, de Armas had English-speaking roles in the erotic thriller Knock Knock (2015) and the comedy-crime film War Dogs (2016), and had a supporting role in the sports biopic Hands of Stone (2016). She rose to prominence with her role as a holographic AI projection in the science fiction film Blade Runner 2049 (2017). For her performance as nurse Marta Cabrera in the mystery film Knives Out (2019), de Armas was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical and won the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress.
De Armas starred in Adrian Lyne’s erotic thriller Deep Water, based upon the novel by Patricia Highsmith. She and Ben Affleck play a couple in an adulterous marriage.
De Armas will portray Marilyn Monroe in the Netflix biopic Blonde based on the novel by Joyce Carol Oates.
She will star in the Russo brothers’ Netflix espionage thriller The Gray Man with Ryan Gosling, and Knives Out co-star Chris Evans, as well as the Apple TV+ film Ghosted, also starring Evans, for which she replaced Scarlett Johansson.
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