Remember that American actress who played a pivotal role in The Sisterhood of The Travelling Pants and as Betty Suares in Ugly Betty? You'll surely be inspired to know how far America Georgine Ferrera (Yes, America's her real name) have gone on her career and her life.
Well, aside from major projects in films and television that made her grow as an actress, we would surely love her on her developments as a person--physically, mentally and emotionally.
Certainly, people will love how she evolved through time. She's been acclaimed on her craft and she's really doing her job.
If you're interested about how America Ferrera transformed as time passes by, have a good read through this article. Enjoy!
America was very active in various school activities when she was in high school, especially in productions and acting feats. Back then, she would rather be called Georgine than America. Maybe because she hates the pressure of being tagged as patriotic.
That's Gotta Kick It Up!, a Disney Channel Original movie. The film is directed by Ramon Menendez and written by Meghan Cole, Nancy De Los Santos Ramon Menendez, Tom Musca and Stu Krieger. Her role is Yolanda "Yoli" Vargas.
According to her, this movie is one of her memorable debut movies. Real Women Have Curves is about a girl named Ana Garcia who wanted to get into tertiary education, but were hindered and bugged by various factors like family, socio-economics and the likes. Patricia Cardoso directed this production.
Touched By An Angel land CSI are just some of the TV shows America also starred early on.
For America, this made a huge impact on her personal career, personality, mindset, and imagination. Her role here portrays a bad tempered Half-Puerto Rican who is also caring and sensitive. She portrayed the role very realistically since she really read the book and internalized the script to the bones.
Ugly Betty, that is. Her role is a non-stylish, 'socially-ugly' woman who luckily got a job position in a prestigious fashion magazine.
In 2007, America won the "Best Leading Actress in a Comedy Series" award at the Golden Globe Awards, and "Best Actress in Comedy Series" in SAG awards.
Imagine how great she is, considering that America's shooting for The sequel of The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants on the side.
This drama-political-legal television series made her play the role of Natalie Flores-a college student who worked as a nanny.
America dubbed Astrid Hofferson, a female Viking fighter of the Hooligan tribe, under the clan Hofferson.
Mind you, she's also one of the producers of this television series. Hmmm. Way to go, America! Conquer America. Kidding!