Fans have loved Eliot Salt as Terra in “Fate: The Wynx Saga.” Terra is an earth fairy who is obsessed with herbology and wields the incredible power of chlorokinesis. Despite her impressive abilities, Terra often displays signs of insecurity and self-doubt. Off-screen, Salt is creative at heart with a deep passion for words. She has a degree in English literature and is a talented writer.
As half of the dynamic comedy duo “Mack & Salt,” Eliot has written plenty of hilarious sketches and performances that have delighted audiences. She’s put her impeccable writing talents into crafting compelling material for her successful career as a comedian since 2017.
Liv Tyler - Empire Records
In "Empire Records," Liv Tyler brought to life the character of Corey - sweet, smart, and seemingly perfect. But as the story unfolds, we realize that Corey has her own set of flaws and challenges. Tyler’s portrayal of Corey was so captivating that she became the center of attention on set. The actor off-screen has had an equally intriguing journey.
She connected with Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, her biological father, and discovered they had similar interests and quirks. She also opened up about her experience starting smoking at the young age of 14, although she eventually quit. Tyler has never had formal acting training. Despite her fame, Tyler values simplicity and gets everyday things done herself like a regular person.
Lana Condor - To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before
Lana Condor melted hearts with her captivating portrayal of Lara Jean in "To All the Boys I've Loved Before.” Lara is a lovable and shy girl whose life takes a wild turn when secret love letters she wrote to boys are mysteriously sent out. Like her character, Condor admits to living in her own head, which she doesn’t see as a bad thing. But don't be fooled by her reserved personality.
When it comes to advocating for more representation of Asian Americans in the film industry, Condor is an outspoken force. As for her versatility as an actress, just ask the director of the X-Men movie.
Patrick Fugit - Almost Famous
In the movie "Almost Famous," actor Patrick Fugit plays William - an aspiring rock journalist who is both precocious and naive at the same time. Despite being a serious journalist, William is also a huge fan of rock music. You may be wondering if Fugit shares any similarities with his character. Fugit in real life isn’t quite as serious.
He dropped out of college and has been a skilled skateboarder since he was fifteen. In the film "Saved!," his character was originally written as a surfer, but the writers later made him a skateboarder since Fugit was already great at it. He also admitted that he knew nothing about music before his role in “Almost Famous.”
Nicola Coughlan - Bridgerton
Nicola Coughlan played Penelope Featherington in the hit Netflix series "Bridgerton" and has gained a massive following for her portrayal of the sweet and unassuming character. Penelope evolves into a self-assured woman in the series who is comfortable with her own desires but can also be complacent.
She is an outspoken advocate for various causes, including women's reproductive rights and equal marriage rights. She has used her platform to raise awareness and has even gone door-to-door to encourage people to vote in favor of Ireland's equal-marriage referendum in 2015. Coughlan is a hit on social media. Fans love her posts for being relatable, funny, and self-deprecating. She’s also gone head-to-head with critics for focusing on her body rather than her talents.