Daniela Ruah

Submitted by on Oct 18, 2015

Daniela Ruah

The American actress of Portuguese origin, who plays Special Agent Quincy Bly (Kensi Blye) in the police drama “NCIS: Los Angeles’ (NCIS: Los Angeles). In addition, it is – the winner of the first season of the TV show ‘Dan & # 231; a Comigo’, the Portuguese version of “Dancing with the Stars’.

Author: Elena Murzin

Daniela Sofia Korn Roy (Daniela Sofia Korn Ruah) was born December 2, 1983 in Boston, Massachusetts (Boston, Massachusettes). From the birth of her right eye black, and the left – Hazel. She – the only child in the family of Dr. Moises Carlos Bentes Roy (Mois & # 233; s Carlos Bentes Ruah) and his wife Catherine Lee Azankot Korn (Catarina Lia Azancot Korn), Portuguese in origin. Her father, an otolaryngologist, arrived with his wife in the United States (USA) Partner Program between hospitals and worked as an intern at the Boston University Hospital (Boston University Hospital). When Daniel was 5 years old, the parents left Boston and returned to Portugal (Portugal). In 1498 the whole community of Portuguese Jews who refused to convert to Catholicism, was deported from the country, and the family Roy was one of the first Jewish families of Portuguese origin who have returned to their historic homeland in the XIX century, when Jews were again allowed to settle in Portugal. Most of the deportees in the late XV century, Jews settled in Morocco (Morocco), but almost four centuries have kept the memory of their native places. The grandmother of the mother Daniela was born already in Portugal, it is of Sephardic Jews of Ashkenazi and grandfather, he was born on the territory of present-day Poland (Poland). Only one of praprababushek Daniela was Spanish.

Daniela studied in Portuguese at St. Julian’s (Saint Julian’s School) in Carcavelos (Carcavelos), near Lisbon (Lisbon), where children of many Portuguese and international celebrities, and finished it, was admitted to the University of London (London Metropolitan University) . She was an active member of the Portuguese Jewish community, the official head of the community is the second cousin of her father, Joshua Benoliel Gabrielle Roy (Joshua Gabriel Benoliel Ruah), also a doctor, a urologist. In 2003, the Jewish Telegraph Agency (Jewish Telegraph Agency) published an article about the annual meeting of Jewish youth from 32 countries under the auspices of the European Union of Jewish Students (European Union of Jewish students). Daniela, who was then 19 years old and who lived in Lisbon, was one of the students who were interviewed ETA. She said she had never been surrounded by so many Jews in these days. Daniela Ruah is fluent in Portuguese, English and Spanish. She has dual citizenship – in the United States and Portugal.

Roy started acting in Portuguese soap operas as a teenager. She received her first role at age 16, when auditioned for the role of Sara (Sara) in the soap opera ‘Jardins Proibidos’. The actress continued to work on various projects at the same time finishing school. At age 18, she went to London (London), to obtain a bachelor’s degree in Performing Arts. After graduating from university with a first class honors, Rua returned to his homeland, where

continued to work in television, theater and starred in the short film. In 2007, she moved to the United States, in New York (New York City), to study at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute (Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute), one of the world’s most prestigious acting school, hoping to thus spur his career.

In 2010, Daniel became the owner of the Portuguese statues’ Golden Globe ‘(Portuguese Golden Globe award) in the category “Discovery of the Year’. In June 2010, she was nominated as ‘Best Actress in a TV thriller’ award at ‘Teen Choice’ (Teen Choice Awards). Currently, Roy lifted in the 2nd season of “NCIS.” In addition to the output of the finished film with her participation ‘Red Tails’ (Red Tails), filmed on the script of George Lucas (George Lucas) and John Ridley (John Ridley), the long-awaited adventure drama about pilots of World War II.

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