Ana de Armas

Ana de Armas attends the 'Hands Of Stone' Photocall during the 6

de Armas in 2016, photo by Denis Makarenko/Bigstock

Birth Name: Ana Celia de Armas Caso

Place of Birth: Havana, Cuba

Date of Birth: 30 April, 1988

Ethnicity: Cuban [Spanish, possibly other]

Ana de Armas is a Cuban actress. She is known for her roles in the films Knock Knock, Exposed, War Dogs, Knives Out, and No Time to Die among others.

She is the daughter of Ana and Ramón. She was born in Havana, Cuba and raised in the seaside town of Santa Cruz del Norte. On her mother’s side, her grandfather was from Guardo, Palencia, and her grandmother was from Valverde de Balboa, León. Ana moved to Madrid, Spain, when she was eighteen to pursue an acting career. She is also a Spanish citizen.

A picture of Ana with her parents can be seen here.


57 Responses

  1. muricansrallmutts says:

    This a fake Cuban and a fake Spanish/Spaniard real common average Spanish/Spaniards are dark hair and dark eyes brown and black not light I live in Europe I see lots of Spaniards and the Spaniard women are NOT like her.
    De Armas is NOT a typically Spaniard the stereotype of brunette Spaniards are totally true.
    In fac her face is typically Baltic Slav round, high cheeckbones, blue eyes not Berid that is the Spaniard race, like the Spaniard Formula1 driver Alonso a typcal real Spaniard man.
    For sure she has other European roots like Argentinians who the majority have Spanish surnames but in reality have lots of many different backgrounds, like Brazilians there are blond blue eyes Brazilians of dominant polish/other Slav origin with Portuguese surnames obviously racially they’re Polish/Slav not Portuguese, lot of Europeans changed their native real names and surnames to the local new country’s language.
    The descendants of Northern Spaniards like Southern Italians who represent the stereotype of black hair and black eyes Italians who instead are just the Southern italians NOT all, are brown/black hair and brown/black eyes not blond/ginger hair blue eyes like instead Northern Spaniards and others claim to be.
    Despite here in this site we can see white Latinos and “nordic” Spaniards to cover their huge racial complex the sad reality is that they’re dark absolutely not nordic or similar.

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