THR's 35 Hottest Young Latinos in Entertainment
When asked how the industry has changed for Latinas, Ramos exclaims: “What hasn’t changed for Latinos and Latinas in the industry? I think there was just The George Lopez Show? There was no one super young and cool. And now there is Aubrey Plaza and Selena Gomez!” Ramos, of Spanish, Filipino and Jewish ancestry, broke out in 2002 as the clever kid sister Patty on NBC’s American Dreams. She now stars as trying teen Haddie Braverman on Parenthood, which pulls in almost 7 million viewers an episode. In addition to acting opposite Jesse Eisenberg in the August comedy Why Stop Now, Ramos, 21, is co-writing “a web series set in L.A. starring a lot of Mexican-Americans. We’re really excited to show how funny and great that culture is.”
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