Ana de Armas hot
April 30, 1988
5 ft 6 in | 168 cm
35-25-35 in | 89-63.5-89 cm
55 kg | 121 pounds
8 US | 38.5 EU
Ana Celia de Armas Caso was born in Santa Cruz del Norte and raised in Havana, Cuba, on April 30, 1988, is an Cuban hot actress. Young Ana de Armas began her acting career on Spanish television. She made her big screen debut at the age of sixteen in Spanish crime movie Virgin Rose (2006) in role as Marie. She made her Hollywood debut in thriller film Knock Knock (2015) opposite Keanu Reeves. Her breakthrough role came as holographic computer program Joi in neo-noir science fiction movie Blade Runner 2049 (2017), opposite Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford, for which she was nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Blind Alley (2011) thriller action directed by Antonio Trashorras
Exposed (2016) thriller drama with Keanu Reeves and Mira Sorvino
Hands of Stone (2016) biographical sports with Robert De Niro and Édgar Ramírez
War Dogs (2016) biographical dark comedy crime opposite Jonah Hill and Miles Teller
Overdrive (2017) action thriller opposite Scott Eastwood
Three Seconds (2019) action crime thriller opposite Rosamund Pike and Clive Owen
She attended clases at the National Theater School of Cuba.
Good friend to Spanish actress Elena Furiase.
She married Spanish actor Marc Clotet in 2011 and divorce in 2013.
She loves animals, has a Maltese named Elvis.
She was a cover girl for FHM Spain, also appeared in Vogue Russia and American Vogue.
I want to try as many different roles as I can. I want to do everything.
I always need to keep moving.
Moving to L.A. was hard. I had a career in Spain, and you have to forget your ego. I was a nobody again.
I don't mind playing someone's girlfriend or wife if I have something to say, if I bring something to the picture, if I can be strong and powerful and say smart things. If not, then it's just boring.
The first 'Blade Runner' is a cool movie. It's a classic. Just to be part of the sequel was such an honor and a beautiful learning experience.
Because I have a great family and group of friends. They are what really matter to me. That’s where I spend most of my time and energy.
I’ve always been very ambitious, and I always knew that I wanted something else. Cuba was a good start, but I knew I wasn’t going to develop a real career, and I wanted to get closer to filmmakers that I wanted to work with.