Baccarin was born in Brazil but is of Italian, Portuguese, and Lebanese descent. She was only six when she made her debut in a tv special. Her first major role in a series was in the 2002 ‘Firefly,’ where she played Inara.
She made multiple appearances in ‘How I Met Your Mother’ and later joined the cast of the drama series, ‘Homeland.’ Baccarin was in both Deadpool movies playing Vanessa’s role and would portray Leslie’s character Thompkins in the series ‘Gotham.’
An actress, model, and businesswoman, Eva made her breakthrough in the 2001 thriller 'Training Day,' which she stated was a motivation to keep on with the acting profession.
She got more exposure to the public after a role in '2 Fast 2 Furious,' starring alongside Paul Walker and Tyrese Gibson. She would go on doing roles in romantic comedies such as 'Hitch' until her role in 'Ghost Rider.'
A Canadian American actress, she gets her Latin roots from her Peruvian father. She initially appeared in a few sketches by 'CollegeHumor' before making her acting debut in 'Jamesy Boy' in 2009.
She was a recurring character on 'American Horror Story: Murder House', 'Parenthood', 'Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials'. Her most major role to date was Alita in 'Alita: Battle Angel,' which earned her multiple awards.
Pedro was known for his roles in many television series such as 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' and 'The Mentalist' before any of his major roles. Some of his best-known characters were Oberyn Martell in the HBO series 'Game Of Thrones' and Javier Pena in 'Narcos.'
Pascal has had roles like Agent Whiskey in 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' and 'The Equalizer 2,' where he portrayed the antagonist. The most recent character that he is recognized for is the role of the Mandalorian for the series of the same name.
Ramirez boasts a fine arts degree from Juilliard, but arguably the thing that makes them most recognizable to fans is their portrayal of Callie in 'Grey's Anatomy.' Their portrayal of the character made history as it was the longest-running LGBTQ+ character in US television history.
They had multiple guest appearances on other shows, including 'N.Y.P.D. Blue' and 'Law and Order: S.V.U.' Their achievements include Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical and the Ally for Equality Award by Human Rights Campaign Foundation.