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Jenna Marie Ortega  born September 27,  is an American actress. She then gained notoriety for her recurring role on Jane the Virgin and soon got her first role of a main cast in Netflix series Richie Rich. She then gained international credibility and fame after starring as the lead role in Disney Channel series Stuck in the Middle and starring as a main character in Disney Channel series Elena of Avalor. She will star next in the second season of the Netflix thriller series You. Jenna Ortega was born on September 27, in Coachella Valley, California, the fourth of six siblings.
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Gina Rodriguez's Mission To Improve Latino Representation On TV
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With over shows being produced a year! Gina Rodriguez! George Lopez! Rita Moreno! Telling stories of immigrant families and local high schools, of outsized celebrities and humble personal assistants, they run the gamut from steamy cable dramas to multi-cam sitcoms. With, yes, the requisite drug trade thriller in there for good measure.
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'Jane the Virgin' Gina Rodriguez is on a mission to help young women — here's why
As the only show currently on network television with a predominantly Latino cast, Jane the Virgin matters. True, this means it inhabits an outlandish world of hyperbolic gestures and emotions. But the telenovela is a important cultural touchstone for many Latinos—the second-season opener even begins with a flashback showing Jane as a young girl fretting over the future of the couple on her favorite telenovela. As such, the format is uniquely suited to amplify how gender and race shape the lives of Jane and her family, making Jane the Virgin the rare diverse show that embraces the cultural origins of its characters on multiple levels.
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