Adria Arjona

Adria Arjona, born to a Puerto Rican mother and Guatemalan father (the renowned Latin American singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona), spent her childhood in Mexico City. At twelve, she moved to Miami, and by eighteen, she relocated to New York to study at the esteemed Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute while working as a hostess and waitress.
Arjona's acting career began with the short film "Loss a Short Film" in 2012, followed by brief appearances in series like "Unforgettable" and "Person of Interest." In 2015, she landed a significant role as Emily in the second season of "True Detective," alongside Taylor Kitsch. She also appeared in an episode of "Narcos."
She gained prominence as Dorothy Gale in "Emerald City," a series inspired by "The Wizard of Oz." Arjona continued with roles in "Pacific Rim Uprising" and "Mother Uncontrollable." She later starred in two action films for Netflix, "Triple Frontier" and "6 Underground," where she portrayed a member of an elite unit who fakes their own death.
In 2020, Arjona showcased her versatility in Olivier Assayas's "Cuban Network." In 2022, she played a key role in "Morbius," the third film in Sony's Spider-Man Universe following "Venom" (2018) and "Venom: Let There Be Carnage." Upcoming, she will feature in "Andor," a prequel series exploring the character Cassian Andor from "Rogue One."



Hit Man (2024)

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