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Who is Dyan Cannon?

Three-time Oscar-nominated actress with over 90 acting credits to her name, Dyan Cannon was one of the biggest Hollywood stars back in the ‘70s. She is still probably known best for her role as Julia Farnsworth in the fantasy romantic-comedy “Heaven Can Wait”, also starring Warren Beatty. Besides the mentioned role, Dyan had numerous significant portrayals, including her performances in “Bob& Carol & Ted & Alice”, “Deathtrap”, and “The Last of Sheila”, among others.

Early life, family, and education

Born Samille Dyan Friesen under the zodiac sign of Capricorn on 4 January 1937, she recently celebrated her 86th birthday. Dyan is a native of Tacoma, Washington USA, holds American nationality, and comes from a family of Ashkenazi Jewish and Russian descent. Her mother, Claire Portnoy, an Ashkenazi Jewish Russian immigrant, married Ben Friesen, an Anabaptist of Russian Mennonite ancestry. Dyan has one brother, David, who is a jazz musician.

Dyan attended West Seattle High School, and upon matriculating in 1955, she enrolled at the University of Washington, however, after two and a half years, she dropped out of college, moved to Phoenix, Arizona where she lived with her aunt, and worked at Merrill Lynch & Co, an American investment bank. She then met her future fiancée, a traveling businessman, with whom she moved to Los Angeles, California.

They separated, but Dyan decided to stay in Los Angeles, enrolled at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and to provide for herself, worked as a part-time model. This led to her interview with Jerry Wald, an American producer, who suggested she change her surname to ‘Cannon’. Subsequently, Dyan signed with Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM) Studio, and studied acting with the great Sanford Meisner.

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Roles in series

Dyan made her acting debut as Fifi in the 1958 series “Have Gun-Will Travel”, followed by her guest roles in “Target” (1958), “Playhouse 90” (1959), “The Detectives” (1960), and “Bat Masterson” (1961), among several others.

In the late ‘60s, she focused on her film roles, and her next television appearance was her role as Kate Blackwell in the 1984 TV mini-series “Master of the Game”, playing the lead role opposite Harry Hamlin and Ian Charleson; the show was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement in Music Composition for a Limited Series or a Special.

Diane’s most notable television series role was her portrayal of Judge Jennifer ‘Whipper’ Cone in the popular comedy series “Ally McBeal”, which brought her the Viewers for Quality Television Award- Best Recurring Player, in 1998.

The early 2000s saw Dyan as  Honey Bernstein-Flynn in the series “Three Sisters”, also starring Vicki Lewis and Katherine LaNasa, which followed the story of a man who married his long-term girlfriend but didn’t realize that her two sisters are going to live with them. The series aired from 2001 through 2002, and Dyan was seen in 31 episodes.

After her long hiatus for almost 20 years, Dyan returned to the television screen as Aunt Sam in an episode of the 2019 series “Mood Swings”, a comedy about four generations of women and an eight-years-old girl living under one roof, which aired for just one season.

Roles in movies

Dyan made her first big-screen appearance as Dixie in the 1960 movie “The Rise and Fall of Legs Diamond”, and later that year, she was cast to play Wiggles in “This Rebel Breed”. Five years later, she was seen in “The Murder Game”, then in 1969 came her first major movie role.

Dyan portrayed Alice Henderson in the romantic comedy-drama “Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice”, also starring Natalie Wood, Elliot Gould, and Robert Culp. The plot revolved around middle-aged love and friendship, it had 12 award nominations, including four for Oscars- Best Cinematography, Best Writing, Story and Screenplay Based on Material Not Previously Published or Produced, Best Actor in a Supporting Role (E. Gould), and Diane’s nomination for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

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Dyan was also nominated for the National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress and two Golden Globe Awards- Most Promising Newcomer – Female and Best Actress – Comedy or Musical.

In the following years, Dyan was seen in “Doctors’ Wives” (1971), “The Last of Sheila” (1973), and “Child Under a Leaf” (1974), among many others, but since the list of her roles is too long, we have chosen some of the most significant for her career.

Certainly worth mentioning is her role as Matt’s Mother in the 1976 short movie “Number One”, which brought her another Oscar nomination for Best Short Film, Live Action which she shares with Vince Cannon, who was her personal manager.

Two years later, Dyan was cast to play Julia in “Heaven Can Wait”, which tells the story of a Los Angeles Rams quarterback who comes back to life in the body of a recently deceased millionaire, after being unintentionally snatched from his body by an excessively frantic angel before he was due to die. The movie had 14 award nominations, winning four, including the Oscar for Best Art Direction-Set Decoration. Dyan was nominated for the Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, and the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Motion Picture Supporting Actress, while she won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Motion Picture and the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Next, Dyan was seen in “Revenge of the Pink Panther” (1978), “Honeysuckle Rose” (1980), and “Coast to Coast” also in 1980. Two years later, she played Myra Bruhl in “Deathtrap”, also starring Christopher Reeve and Michael Caine, which had six award nominations, including Diane’s nomination for Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actress.

The ‘80s and early ‘90s saw Dyan in “Having It All” (1982), “Caddyshack II” (1988), “The End of Innocence” (1990), and “The Pickle” (1993). She then focused on movies made for television, and was seen starring in “Based on Untrue Story” (1993), “A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case of the Jealous Jokester” (1995), and “Beverly Hills Family Robinson” (1997), before she returned to the big screen as Mrs Flint in the 1997 comedy “That Darn Cat”.

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She followed with her roles in “Kiss of a Stranger” (1998), “Kangaroo Jack” (2003), and “Boynton Beach Club” in 2005, mostly playing supporting roles. In the following years, Dyan was seen in two TV movies “A Kiss at Midnight” (2008) and “Women Without Men” in 2010 before her acting pause.

Almost a decade later, in 2019, she was seen in the short comedy “Five Old Comedy Writers Talking Sh*t”, and her most recent role was her portrayal of Linda in the 2021 family drama “Hope’s Legacy”, in which she starred opposite Jim Benson and Ken Arnold.

Love life and relationships

Being one of the most beautiful Hollywood actresses who was crowned 1954 Miss West Seattle for Dyan was both a blessing and a curse. Her trademarks were a throaty laugh, curly blonde tresses, and a seductive deep voice. Dyan has been the subject of various rumors about her romantic life and was often romantically linked to numerous men from the entertainment industry, including many of her co-stars, such as Elliott Gould.

Her first husband was Cary Grant, a famous English-born American actor who needs no special introduction. The two married on 22 July 1965, and their daughter, Jennifer Grant, also an actress, was born on 26 February 1966. Dyan and Cary divorced on 21 March 1968. Cary was 33 years older than Dyan.

Subsequently, Dyan was in relationships with Armand Assante, Mort Sahl, Hal Ashby, Ron Ely, and Michael Nouri.then on 18 April 1985, she married Stanley Fimberg, a real estate mogul, who produced her movie “The End of Innocence”. They didn’t have children together, and divorced in 1991.

Dyan was then in a relationship with famous producer Ron Weiser – they were together until 1993, and this is her last known partner. As of May 2023, it seems that Dyan is single.

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Where is she now? How she found her spirituality?

As a child, she was raised Jewish, and as she put it, growing up, she didn’t want to have anything to do with God and religion. However, she found faith again. Dyan said that at one point in her life, she came into the standing when she wanted to be happy but wasn’t. She wanted to know what real love is, and her search for love began. Dyan felt that love is more than human emotion, and she found what she was looking for in Jesus.

How rich is Dyan Cannon?

Thanks to her over 65-years-long acting career, Dyan has earned a hefty sum of money, most of her income coming from the hit movies she starred in. She also made notable television appearances which contributed to her wealth. According to sources, as of May 2023, she has a net worth estimated at over $16 million.

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What is Benjamin Bratt doing now? Ethnicity, Net Worth, Affairs

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Who is Benjamin Bratt?

American actor and producer Benjamin Bratt, was born in San Francisco, California USA, on 16 December 1963, making Sagittarius his zodiac sign. He’s appeared in nearly 70 TV series and movies, but is probably still known best for starring as Eric Matthews in the 2000 action crime comedy movie “Miss Congeniality”, directed by Donald Petrie, and which also starred Sandra Bullock and Michael Caine. It follows an FBI agent who’s entered the Miss US beauty pageant, trying to stop a terrorist group from bombing the event; the movie won seven of its 15 award nominations.

Education and early life

Benjamin was raised in San Francisco alongside his two older and two younger siblings, by their father Peter Bratt Sr. who was a sheet metal worker, and mother Eldy (nee Banda) who was a political activist and nurse; Eldy’s Peruvian, and she moved to the US with her family when she was 14.

Benjamin became interested in acting while attending Lowell High School; he was a member of its drama club and part of its Lowell Forensic Society, while he was also into playing sports with his peers, excelling in baseball.

Benjamin matriculated in 1982 and then enrolled at University of California, Santa Barbara from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1986; he was a member of the fraternity Lambda Chi Alpha. He continued his education at the American Conservatory Theatre, but quit half a year before he could earn his Master of Fine Arts degree, wanting to pursue acting.

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Roles in movies

Benjamin’s debut film role was playing Sergeant Rosendo Juarez in the 1988 crime drama “Juarez”, and some of his following roles were also in 1988, in the crime drama “Lovers, Partners & Spies” and the drama “Police Squad: Gladiator School”, then in the 1990 crime action “Chains of Gold”.

He gained recognition in 1991, when cast to play Felix in the crime action “One Good Cop”, written and directed by Heywood Gould, and which starred Michael Keaton, Rene Russo and Anthony LaPaglia. It follows the life of a New York Police Department detective, and the movie was nominated for only a single award. Some of Benjamin’s following roles were in the 1993 crime drama “Bound by Honor”, the 1996 drama “Follow Me Home” and the 1996 thriller “Woman Undone”.

In 2000, Benjamin played Santen in the action science fiction thriller “Red Planet”, directed by Antony Hoffman, and which starred Val Kilmer, Carrie-Anne Moss and Tom Sizemore. It follows a group of astronauts as they’re exploring Mars, and the film was nominated for a Sierra Award for Best Song at the 2000 Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards. Some of Benjamin’s most notable performances in the decade were in the 2002 romantic mystery “Abandon”, the 2004 crime action fantasy “Catwoman”, and the 2009 drama “La Mission”.

The year 2013 heard him voice one of the main characters Eduardo Perez – aka El Macho – in the hit animated adventure comedy “Despicable Me 2”, which Chris Renaud and Pierre Coffin directed, and which also starred Kristen Wiig and Steve Carell. It follows the life of super-villain Gru, and the movie won 12 of its 80 award nominations, including two Oscar nominations for Best Animated Feature Film of the Year and Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures, Original Song.

Benjamin’s three most recent film roles have been in the 2019 crime action “A Score to Settle”, the 2020 musical “Best Summer Ever” and the 2022 western thriller “Dead for a Dollar”.

Roles in TV series

Benjamin made his debut TV series appearance in 1988, when cast to star as Tony Maldonado in all the nine episodes of the crime drama “Knightwatch”, which also starred Calvin Levels and Don Franklin, and follows a group of vigilantes who call themselves The Knights.

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In 1990, Benjamin played Eduardo Cruz in 13 episodes of the crime action “Nasty Boys”, but the ‘90s then saw him appear in only two more series: an episode of the musical comedy talk-show “Late Night with Conan O’Brien”, and the crime mystery “Homicide: Life on the Street”. but from 1995 through 2009, he played Detective Reynaldo ‘Rey’ Curtis in 95 episodes of the crime mystery “Law & Order”.

In 2005 and 2006, Benjamin starred as Lieutenant Colonel Tim Tisnewski in the action thriller “E-Ring”, created by David McKenna and Ken Robinson, and which also starred Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor and Dennis Hopper. It follows the life of Special Forces commando Jim Tisnewski, and the series won two of its four award nominations. In 2008 and 2009, Benjamin starred as William Banks in all the 26 episodes of the drama “The Cleaner”, and from 2016 through 2018, he portrayed Jahil Rivera in the musical drama “Star”, which starred Ryan Destiny, Brittany O’Grady and Jude Demorest, and was created by Tom Donaghy and Lee Daniels. It follows three women from Atlanta, Georgia who’ve founded a musical group, and the series was nominated for seven awards.

Benjamin’s since appeared in only three TV series: he played Javier Delgado in six episodes of the romantic comedy “Modern Family” (2010-2020), Parco Delgado in all the four episodes of the 2022 action adventure mini-series “DMZ” and Cliff Legrand in five episodes of the 2023 crime mystery “Poker Face”.

Other credits

Benjamin received special thanks for the 2004 episode “Goodnight, Seattle: Part 2” of the comedy “Frasier”.

He has five producing credits, which include the 2009 drama movie “La Mission”, the 2009 episode “Hello America” of the drama series “The Cleaner” and the 2017 biographical historical documentary movie “Dolores”.

Some of Benjamin’s most recent talk-show appearances have been in “The Kelly Clarkson Show”, “Morning Joe” and “Live with Kelly and Ryan”.

Awards and nominations

Benjamin’s won 12 of his 30 award nominations. Some of his wins include a 2001 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by the Cast of a Theatrical Motion Picture, for his and his colleagues’ performance in “Traffic”, five ALMA Awards between 1998 and 2009, for his performance in series such as “Law & Order”, “Exiled” and “The Cleaner”, and two Behind the Voice Actors Awards in 2018, for his and his colleagues’ performance in “Coco”.

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Love life and relationships

Benjamin avoids speaking about his love life in public, but has still openly identified two women whom he’s been with.

He and famous American actress Julia Fiona Roberts began dating in 1998, but for unknown reasons separated in 2001.

Benjamin began dating American former actress and model Miriam Talisa Soto in 2002; she’s probably still known best for playing Bond girl Lupe Lamora in the 1989 spy action movie “Licence to Kill”. The two exchanged vows on 13 April 2002, after having dated for only three months, and she gave birth to their daughter Sophia Rosalinda Bratt on 6 December that year, while their son Mateo Bravery Bratt followed on 3 October 2005.

Their decision was obviously a good one, as Benjamin’s still married to Miriam Talisa Soto as of April 2023, and they have two children together.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Benjamin’s brother Peter Bratt wrote and directed the 1996 movie “Follow Me Home” and the 2009 film “La Mission”, in both of which Benjamin starred.

He’s been a philanthropist since the launch of his acting career, and is today active with the American Indian Movement, while he supports the American Indian College Fund. Benjamin narrated the 2009 documentary mini-series about Native Americans “We Shall Remain”, and is today a board member of both the Native American Health Center and the Friendship House Association of American Indians.

He enjoys being active on Instagram, and has posted nearly 500 pictures and videos, while more than 260,000 people are following him on the social media network today.

Benjamin’s favorite actor is Orlando Bloom, while some of his favorite movies include “Kingdom of Heaven”, “Tour de Pharmacy” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End”.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Benjamin’s age is 59. He has brown eyes and black hair, is 6ft 2ins (1.88m) tall and weighs around 185lbs (84kgs).

Benjamin’s net worth’s been estimated at over $12 million, as of April 2023.

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The Untold Truth Of Edward James Olmos’ Wife – Lymari Nadal

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Lymari Nadal is a Puerto Rican actress, scriptwriter and producer, who became famous for her role as the wife of Harlem drug dealer, Frank Lucas, in “American Gangster” in 2002, and in real life for being the third wife of actor Edward James Olmos.

Early life and family

Lymari Nadal Torres was born on 11 February 1978, in Ponce, Puerto Rico, to Anaida Torres and Daniel Nadal. She grew up in Ponce along with her sisters, Anaida, Dania, and Azarel.

Education background

Lymari matriculated from Santa Maria Reina Academy in 1994, and graduated from Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico.

She then completed her Master’s degree in Chemistry from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus (UPRM) at age 22. However, Nadal always wanted to become an actress, so she also took Acting I, II, and III at the same university. Wanting to hone her skills further, she said she went to Mexico and London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts for that, then attended a two-year program at the Sanford Meisner Center for the Arts I Los Angeles, under Martin Barter as well as Marlon Brando’s “Lying for a Living” Actors Workshop. She also had a voice coach and dialect coach.

Career

First steps

Lymari went to Los Angeles, California in 2001 to pursue an acting career, and had a hard time at first.

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She decided to try theatre work, and was part of several stage productions including “Shadow of Anthropology,” “Yerma,” “Celestial Flesh,” and “Miss Julie.”

She joined Edward James Olmos’ company as a producer. Her debut on television was in 2002 with the minor role of Linda in PBS’ story about a Latino family living in L.A., “American Family” starring Edward Olmos and Sonia Braga. It was followed by another support role of Giana in the three-hour sci-fi drama miniseries “Battlestar Galactica,” a remake of the 1978 movie of the same name. It aired in December 2003 on Syfy channel, and was said to be the network’s third most watched series with 4.5 million viewers.

In 2006, she made her film debut in “Thieves and Liars,” which was Puerto Rico’s entry into the 79th Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, but it didn’t make the cut.

Further success

Lymari was cast for the role of Eva, the wife of Frank Lucas played by Denzel Washington, in the crime film, “American Gangster,” in 200; the movie was said to be based on a true story about Lucas, his life of crime as a drug trafficker and a Harlem gang leader, as well as arrest by detective Richie Roberts played by Russell Crowe. It was a box-office success, grossing more than $250 million worldwide against a $100 million production budget, and it also earned nominations for Academy and Golden Globe Awards.

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Nadal’s role was said to be a fictionalized version of the real wife, and those involved in the case said that the movie was not an accurate account of what happened – Lucas said that only a small part in the movie was true, and former DEA agents even filed a lawsuit against the production company, but it was dismissed by the court.

She reprised her role of Giana in “Battlestar Galactica: The Plan,” which was a reimagined version that had new material as well as clips from the 2003 miniseries and 2004 TV series. It premiered on DVD and digital download in 2009, and then on Syfy in 2010.

Lymari then appeared in the “Sangre por Sangre” episode of “CSI: New York” in 2010, and in 2011 was the lead in “America”, that was based on the 1996 novel of Esmeralda Santiago entitled “El Sueño de America” (America’s Dream).

She was presented with the script and liked it, and as part of the production team made some changes to the script, to present a more realistic depiction of Latinos. It was also chosen as Puerto Rico’s entry at the 84th Academy Awards, but was disqualified because the Academy no longer accepted an entry from a US protectorate.

Other movies she has appeared of include “Light from the Darkroom” (2014), “The Blackout” (2014), and “Kreep” (2016) for which she was also the executive producer.

Personal life

Despite a 31-year age gap, Lymari and Edward Olmos were married in 2002, but separated in 2013. She was Edward’s third wife.

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Who is Edward James Olmos?

Edward Huizar Olmos was born on 24 February 1947, in L.A. to a Mexican immigrant, Pedro Olmos, and Mexican-American, Eleanor Huizar. He was raised by his grandparents because his parents were busy working, and then separated when he was seven, which much affected him, so he started playing baseball every day, and improved to the extent that he became a California State batting champion, and was in the farm team of the Los Angeles Dodgers by the time he was 13.

However, in 1960 he quit playing baseball because he wanted to become a rock ‘n’ roll singer instead – actually he wasn’t much of a singer, but he knew how to dance because his father taught him from when he was 10.

When he was able to get a job as a performer, he put himself through high school and college. In 1964 in his first year of college, he took acting classes and started appearing in plays.

His big break in theatre came when he played the role of El Pachuco in “Zoot Suit”, which earned him a Tony Award nomination for Best Featured Actor in A Play. The play was written by Luiz Valdes and it premiered at Mark Taper Forum in L.A. in April 1978, then debuted on Broadway at the Winter Garden Theatre in March 1979. A film adaptation was made in 1981 in which Olmos reprised his role.

He made his television debut in 1974 in “Cannon” as an unnamed character, and continued accepting various projects from minor to lead roles.

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In 1984, he was part of the main cast as he played the role of Detective Lieutenant Martin “Marty” Castillo in the crime drama series “Miami Vice,” which ran for five seasons (1984-1990) and 112 episodes – Olmos was in 106 of them. He also appeared in numerous popular television series, including “American Family” (2002-2004), “Battlestar Galactica” (2003-2009), “Dexter” (2011), and “Mayans M.C.” (2018- present).

His movie debut was also in 1974 as he had an uncredited role of a junkie in the bathroom in “Black Fist.” After a series of portraying minor and supporting roles, he was cast as Jaime Escalante in 1988 in “Stand and Deliver”, which earned him a nomination for Best Actor at the 61st Academy Awards.

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He was then part of several hit movies, including “Selena” (1997), “The Green Hornet” (2011), “El Americano: The Movie” (2016), and “Coco” (2017).

Edward was in more than 120 movies and television series from 1974 to 2019, and a few more are yet to be released. He produced and directed some of them as well.

He married Kaija Keel in 1971 they divorced in 1992, having had two kids, Bodie and Mico, and adopted four more, namely Tamiko, Brandon, Michael, and Daniela. His second wife was the actress, Lorraine Bracco, whom he married in 1994, but they divorced in 2002.

Interesting facts and rumors

  • Lymari was involved in a controversy in Ponce, when she was hired to render her services for consultation, promotion of art films, and offering acting workshops for 11 months for $55,000. The legislator Vilma Flores, a member of the Ponceño Autonomous Movement (MAP), accused Mayor Maria Melendez Altieri of hiring Nadal when there are non-profit organizations that can do those things at no cost to the government.
  • It was said that ABC developed a sitcom that was to be her TV debut, supposedly about her grad school life, but it was never picked up.

Appearance

She is 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall and weighs around 117lbs (53kg); her dress size is 8. She has brown hair and green eyes..

Net worth

Lymari has an estimated net worth of over $3 million as of June 2020, according to sources.

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Details About Mia Goth – Who actually is Shia LaBeouf’s wife?

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Who is Mia Goth?

British actress Mia Gypsy Mello da Silva Goth was born in Southwark, London, England, on 25 October 1993, meaning that Scorpio’s her zodiac sign. She’s appeared in two TV series and 16 movies, and is probably known best for starring in the title role as Pearl in the eponymous 2022 horror movie, written and directed by Ti West, and which also starred David Corenswet and Tandi Wright. Set in 1918, the movie follows the life of a young girl living on her parents’ farm, and won nine of its 56 award nominations.

Mia’s also known for being the wife of famous American actor and moviemaker Shia LaBeouf.

Education and early life

Mia was raised by her Canadian father and Brazilian mother, while her maternal grandmother is Maria Gladys Mello da Silva, a famous Brazilian actress, and her maternal grandfather Lee Jaffe, an American artist and photographer. Mia has no siblings.

She spent the first five years of her life in Brazil, as her mother was 20 and unable to raise her all by herself, thus seeking her parents’ help; Mia’s father worked on his career in Canada, and only visited occasionally. She was five when she and her mother moved to London, then moved in with Mia’s father in Canada when she was 10; she switched nine schools in only a year, and found it hard to live with her father, which was why Mia and her mother moved back to London when she was 12.

She attended Sydenham School in London, and upon matriculating in 2012 focused on acting, rather than pursuing a college degree.

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Roles in movies

Mia’s debut film role was in the 2013 musical “Future Unlimited: Haunted Love”, while the same year saw her play P in the popular drama “Nymphomaniac: Vol. II”, written and directed by Lars von Trier, and which starred Charlotte Gainsbourg, Stellan Skarsgard and Willem Dafoe. It follows the life of nymphomaniac Joe, and the movie won 14 of its 43 award nominations.

Some of Mia’s following roles were in the 2014 short thriller “Magpie”, the science fiction thriller “The Survivalist” and thebiographical action adventure “Everest” both in 2015.

The year 2016 saw her play Hannah, one of the main characters in the fantasy horror “A Cure for Wellness”, written and directed by Gore Verbinski, and which also starred Dane DeHaan and Jason Isaacs. It follows a young executive who believes that the mysterious wellness center isn’t treating his CEO properly – the film won four of its nine award nominations. Mia could then have been seen appearing in the 2017 adventure horror “Marrowbone”, and in 2018 the fantasy horror “Suspiria” and the adventure horror “High Life”.

In 2019, she played Youn Sofia in the short drama “The Staggering Girl”, directed by Luc Guadagnino, and which starred Julianne Moore, Marthe Keller and Kyle MacLachlan; it follows the life of Italian-American author Francesca.

Mia’s three most recent film roles have been in 2022 in the animated comedy “The House” (voice role) and the mystery horror thriller “X”, and in 2023 the crime horror mystery “Infinity Pool”; she’s currently shooting for the upcoming movies “MaXXXine” and “Frankenstein”.

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Roles in TV series

Mia’s debut TV series role was playing Sophie Campbell in three episodes (2013) of the popular crime mystery “The Tunnel”, which starred Stephen Dillane, Clemence Poesy and Cedric Vieira, and follows two detectives, one French and the other British, as they’re trying to find the killer of a French politician who was found dead on their countries’ border. The series aired from 2013 through 2018, and won eight of its 15 award nominations.

Mia’s only other TV series role has been playing Hannah Hjelmqvist in the 2015 episode “A Lesson in Love” of the crime mystery “Wallander”, which starred Kenneth Branagh, Richard McCabe and Jeany Spark, and follows the life of a Swedish police officer; it aired from 2008 through 2016, and won 12 of its 35 award nominations.

Other credits

Mia wrote and produced the 2022 horror movie “Pearl”, and is the producer of the upcoming horror film “MaXXXine”.

Some of the talk-shows in which she’s recently made a guest appearance include “IMDb on the Scene – Interviews”, “Made in Hollywood”, and “IMDb Originals”.

Awards and nominations

Mia’s won five of her 40 award nominations. Some of her wins include a 2019 Film Independent Spirit Robert Altman Award for her and her colleagues’ performance in “Suspiria”, two Critics Choice Super Awards for Best Villain in a Movie and Best Actress in a Horror Movie, both in 2023 for her performance in “Pearl”, and a 2023 Hawaii Film Critics Society Award for Best Actress, also for “Pearl”.

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Love life and husband

Mia and Shia LaBeouf met while shooting together for the 2013 movie “Nymphomaniac”; it was reported that they exchanged vows in Las Vegas, Nevada on 10 October 2016, and that an Elvis impersonator officiated the wedding; it was revealed only two days later that it was a commitment ceremony, rather than a wedding. By the end of the same month, Shia made a guest appearance in the talk-show “The Ellen DeGeneres Show”, and confirmed that he and Mia had exchanged vows.

The two split and filed for divorce in September 2018, but reconciled by 2022 before the divorce was finalized, and in March 2022, Mia gave birth to their daughter.

There are no other men whom Mia’s perhaps dated, that the public knows about; she’s married to Shia LaBeouf as of April 2023, and they have a daughter together.

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Interesting facts and hobbies

Mia’s not a big fan of social media networks, and although she has an Instagram account, she’s uploaded only 16 pictures and videos onto it. She’s followed by close to 6,000 people, and most of her content features her during her everyday life.

She loves to travel, and her career’s taken her to some of the most popular American cities, while she’s also been to various European and Asian countries; Mia’s favorite city is still London.

She’s a fan of horror movies, and her favorites are “Gothika”, Hereditary” and “It Follows”; her favorite actor is Johnny Depp.

Mia likes to listen to pop music the most, and her favorite singers are Michael Jackson, Dua Lipa and Stevie Wonder.

She’s taking good care of her physique, as it’s important for her acting career to stay in shape; Mia has multiple training sessions at the gym every week, and follows a strict diet.

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Height, eyes and wealth

Mia’s age is 29. Her eyes and hair are brown, she’s 5ft 10ins (1.77m) tall and weighs around 145lbs (65kgs).

Mia’s net worth’s been estimated at over $2 million, as of April 2023.

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