– Jenna Ortega has over 40 million followers on Instagram and is a successful actress with numerous accolades.
– She began her acting career at nine years old and has since appeared in popular TV shows such as “Jane the Virgin” and “Stuck in the Middle” and movies like “The Fallout” and the Scream franchise.
– Ortega is set to host “Saturday Night Live” and is known for her deadpan portrayal of Wednesday Addams in Netflix’s “Addams Family” revival.
Jenna Ortega is a force to be reckoned with in Hollywood. Her impressive acting chops and charming personality have earned her 40 million followers on Instagram, multiple personal and professional accolades, and a huge following worldwide. Recently, Ortega has been stealing hearts as the queen of deadpan in Netflix’s “Wednesday,” a revival of “Addams Family.” But her acting career extends far beyond her newest role.
At the young age of nine, Ortega earned her first acting credit on the television show “Rob.” She skyrocketed to fame in 2014 after her portrayal of young Jane on the hit series “Jane the Virgin,” which won hearts worldwide. In 2016, she was cast as the main character, Harley Diaz, in the Disney Channel series “Stuck in the Middle.” Her outstanding performances did not go unnoticed by Mickey Mouse, as Ortega was even chosen to voice Princess Isabel in the animated TV series “Elena of Avalor.”
However, Ortega’s acting talent doesn’t stop there. She has won critical acclaim for her portrayal of a teen battling the aftermath of a school shooting in “The Fallout,” truly showcasing her range as an actress. Ortega’s impressive acting abilities even landed her a role in the latest “Scream” franchise films, appearing first in the fifth installment and the new sixth movie, out this week.
Despite her fame, Jenna Ortega remains humble and down to earth. Recently selected as a host for “Saturday Night Live,” Ortega’s star is only just beginning to shine. With so much success at such a young age, it’s exciting to wonder what other amazing performances Jenna Ortega will bring to the screen in the future.