Ana de Armas
Ana Celia de Armas Caso is a Cuban-Spanish actress. She rose to prominence with her role as a holographic AI projection in Blade Runner 2049. Her performance as Marta Cabrera, a nurse, in the mystery film Knives Out was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical.
About Ana de Armas in brief
Ana Celia de Armas Caso is a Cuban-Spanish actress. She rose to prominence with her role as a holographic AI projection in Blade Runner 2049. At the age of 18, she moved to Madrid, Spain and starred in the popular teen drama El Internado for six seasons from 2007 to 2010. After moving to Los Angeles, she had English-speaking roles in the erotic thriller Knock Knock and the comedy-crime film War Dogs. Her performance as Marta Cabrera, a nurse, in the mystery film Knives Out was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical. She then starred in seventeen episodes of historical drama Anabelle callejón. She has one older brother, Javier, a New York-based photographer who, in 2020, was questioned by Cuban police due to his critical stance on Decree 349 and his links to artists under government surveillance. The television show, set in a boarding school, became popular with viewers and made her a celebrity figure in Spain. She also starred in Antonio Trashorjón’s horror films and films and has appeared in numerous other films and TV shows. She is married to Spanish actor Fernando Pérez-Pérez and has three children. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children, and has a son and a daughter with her ex-partner, Spanish actor Luis San Narciso.
She currently lives in New York City with her family and works as a freelance writer and director. Her husband and children live in Santa Cruz del Norte, a seaside town in the north of the country, and she has a daughter and a son with her mother and brother. She was born on 30 April 1988 in Havana, Cuba. She lived with her grandparents as a young child; her parents and older brother moved to the seasideTown of Santa Cruz de Norte and visited her in Havana on weekends. When she was 10, the whole family returned to the capital city to live with herparents. She decided to become an actress when she was 12 and joined Havana’s National Theater School of Cuba. As a teenager in her native Cuba, de Ar Mas had a starring role opposite Álex González in Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón’s romantic drama Una rosa de Francia. She left the four-year drama course months before presenting her final thesis because Cuban graduates are forbidden from leaving the country without completing three years of mandatory service to the state.