America Ferrera Caldo

Parole chiave dalla A alla Z.

Abbiamo molte parole chiave dalla A alla Z per questo termine.

Acetile Coa
Vestiti Di Riparo Di Aj
Alexandrea Martin L'atto 2 Consorella
Klee Dell'Alaska Kai Cucciolo
Fotografia Di Football Americano
Lampo Tradizionale Americano
Adrian Peterson Angelo Di Figlio
Allie Deberry Il 2012
Amanda Seyfried Mamma Mia Matrimonio
Racconto Dell'orrore Americano Dylan Mcdermott
Angela Bassett Racconto Dell'orrore Americano Del 2018

Parole chiave collegate

Queste sono le parole chiave collegate che abbiamo trovato.

american express
american airlines
american express deutschland
american horror story
american airlines check in
american vintage
american dream
american football

Ricerche recenti

Parole chiave cercate dall'utente recente.

L'angelo E Il Demonio Tatuano La Manica
Amanda Seyfried E Alexander Skarsgard
Tatuaggi Di Manica Di Ala Di Angelo
Immagini Di Speranza Di Avvento
Aly Michalka Carta Da Parati Di Massima
Cinguettio Di Campanello Di Maschio Dell'anatra Di Rampicanti Di Amanda
Ali Fedotowsky E Roberto Martinez

Wiki info

In July 2002, Ferrera appeared in her first television movie, Gotta Kick It Up! for The Disney Channel. While at a theatre program at Northwestern University that same year, she made her feature movie debut in Real Women Have Curves. Ferrera followed this with roles in television (Touched by an Angel). She also appeared in the movie Plainsong, based on the novel by Kent Haruf, which also featured Aidan Quinn and Rachel Griffiths. Ferrera played a pregnant teenager, Victoria Roubideaux, who has been kicked out of her mother's house and she is taken in by two kindly brothers who live alone on a farm. In the 2005 film How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer, she starred as Bianca, a 17-year-old third-generation Mexican-American who is disgusted with the boys in her neighborhood but finds romance with a boy from a neighboring town. In 2006, she appeared in the short film 3:52, which won the Audience Award at the San Diego Women Film Festival. Later that year, she featured in the movie Steel City, which received nominations at the Film Independent Spirit Awards and the Sundance Film Festival. In December 2005, she appeared in the Off-Broadway play Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead, directed by Trip Cullman.