Assertiveness: Nina Dobrev

Dobrev, who was born in Bulgaria but grew up in Canada, made her acting debut in a few small roles before starring as Mia Jones on the CW's Degrassi: The Next Generation (2006-2009). Following her breakthrough in The Vampire Diaries, she went on to star in a number of other films, including the 2012 coming-of-age drama The Perks of Being a Wallflower, the 2014 comedies Let's Be Cops and The Final Girls, and the 2017 science fiction drama Flatliners. XXX: Return of Xander Cage (2017) was her most commercially successful film. She had lead roles in the comedies Fam (2019) and Dog Days (2018) and the romantic comedies Then Came You (2018) and Love Hard (2021).

Nikolina Kamenova Dobrev, better known as Dobrev, was born on January 9, 1989 in Sofia, Bulgaria to computer specialist father Kamen Dobrev and artist mother Michaela Dobreva (née Radeva). There is an older sibling in her family When she was two years old, her family moved to Canada, and she spent her childhood in the Scarborough neighborhood of Toronto. [5] When she was 10, she and her mom spent two years in Bulgaria. [6]

Vradenburg Junior Public School was where Dobrev and J. B Tyrrell Sr When she entered the public school system, she enrolled in dance courses like ballet and jazz and participated in athletic events like rhythmic gymnastics. She attended Armstrong Acting Studios in Toronto, [4] where she studied acting. After that, [7] Dobrev enrolled in Scarborough's Wexford Collegiate School of the Arts's arts program and stayed there until her senior year. [8]

Dobrev started college at Toronto's Ryerson University (now Toronto Metropolitan University), where she planned to study sociology before deciding to pursue an acting career instead. [9][10]

Dobrev left Degrassi in 2009 to play the lead role of Elena Gilbert on The CW's supernatural drama The Vampire Diaries, a television adaptation of the book series of the same name. Dobrev played Katherine Pierce, a vampire who was 500 years old and looked exactly like her [3][13] In season 5, she played Amara, a.k.a. the world's first immortal and a Petrova doppelgänger progenitor. [15] In an episode of The Vampire Diaries prequel series The Originals, she appeared as Tatia, the show's doppelganger. Dobrev, who played Elena on The Vampire Diaries for six seasons, announced her departure in April 2015 via Instagram. Dobrev was confirmed to reprise her roles as Elena and Katherine for the series finale of The Vampire Diaries in January of 2017. [18]

In The Final Girls, a horror comedy released in 2015, Dobrev portrayed Vicki Summers. After being cast in the role of flight attendant Izzy in the 2015 film Arrivals,[25] which was later renamed Departures[26] and was set to begin filming in April 2017,[27] she announced her departure from the film industry in August 2016. That same year, she also started filming in Vancouver in the fall for the romantic comedy Crash Pad. [27][28] [29]

In the 2017 action film XXX: Return of Xander Cage, Dobrev played the role of weapons specialist Becky Clearidge. It earned $346 million around the world, making it Dobrev's highest-grossing film to date. She co-starred as Marlo in the new version of Flatliners that same year (number 32). [33][34]

Dobrev was cast as Clem in the CBS sitcom pilot Fam in March 2018. The show was ordered to series in May of the same year. Released on January 10, 2019, its [35][36] premiere On May 10, 2019, following its first season, it was canceled [37]. Dobrev played Chloe in the 2019 Roger Avary thriller Lucky Day. Additionally, she was a part of the cast for the March 2020 release Run This Town. [39] Dobrev will star in and executive produce a television adaptation of the Woman 99 book series, it was announced in July of 2020. [42]

Dobrev is involved with several nonprofit organizations, including Puma's 2011 non-profit Project Pink,[a href="MY_REDIRECT_PREFIX" target="_blank">span>citation needed/span>] which supports numerous breast cancer charities, and Hunger Bites, a group devoted to reducing hunger in 27 districts across Pennsylvania. She is also well-known for her dedication to the WE movement, a charity based in Canada that encourages young people to become changemakers. She went on a Me to We service trip to Kenya and helped construct a school. She was the host for the 2011 Toronto We Day and will be making an appearance at the 2019 WE Day California. She has been involved in many different social and charity causes, including the Elton John AIDS Foundation, among others [46], [47]. [48]

Dobrev holds citizenship in both Canada and Bulgaria. She is bilingual (French and English) and trilingual (fluent in English and Bulgarian and conversant in French) She resided in Atlanta during her time on The Vampire Diaries but relocated to Los Angeles after the series ended in 2015. [50][51] [52][5]

  1. ^ Maria Raycheva, et al. 22 July 2017 "Михаела Добрев: Когато видях деца да спят пред хотела й, разбрах, че Нина е световна звезда" This is the 24th Chasa (Bulgarian currency). Retrieved August 15, 2022
  2. ^ UPI's Weekly Compendium for January 9, 2020 International News Service of United Press On the ninth of January, 2020 The original version was published on January 15th, 2020 and can be accessed here. Retrieved 15 January 2020 Nina Dobrev, at the age of 31 in 1989, was an actor.
  3. ^ a b c d As reported by Andrew Ryan on September 22nd, 2009 A journey "from DeGrassi to the other side" The Toronto Star Retrieved June 12, 2017
  4. ^ a b Crissy Calhoun, who wrote this in 2010 The cast biography for Nina Dobrev. An Unofficial Companion to the TV Series Vampire Diaries Titled "Love You to Death" Ecw Pr ISBN 978-1-55022-978-3
  5. ^ a b Howie Kahn (May 11, 2015). For Nina Dobrev, what comes next is a question. Self Retrieved April 1, 2022
  6. ^ Kate and Oliver Hudson (February 24, 2022) Alex and Nina Dobrev Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson Have Fun Together (Podcast). Spotify The time is now 21:05. Retrieved April 1, 2022
  7. ^ Christina Mancuso (October 6, 2014) "Armstrong Acting Studios and Performing Dance Arts Form Partnership" The Great White Way Retrieved August 4, 2022
  8. ^ "Alumni" Wexford Arts Academy Retrieved February 14, 2018, from the original Retrieved June 12, 2017
  9. ^ To cite this: Lewis, Jessica (November 5, 2008). The Degrassi Cast Learns Some Valuable Lessons Truth Revealer Website originally posted on February 13, 2010 Retrieved June 12, 2017
  10. ^ British journalist Brittany Goldfield Rodrigues published an article on January 26th, 2015. "The top five actors who attended Ryerson that you never heard of" Hotel Ryerson Media Studies at Ryerson University Retrieved June 12, 2017
  11. ^ Author: Foywonder (April 23, 2008) Never Say Die! (But We Can Definitely Say We Were Plagiarized!) Worry Mountain Retrieved June 13, 2017
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  14. ^ As reported by Cory Midgarden on February 6th, 2014 Nina Dobrev, star of "The Vampire Diaries," has stated that Elena is taking an "indefinite" break from the show. MTV News Retrieved June 24, 2017
  15. ^ Jane Janeczko (2013-11-15). Death and the Maiden: A Bloody Reunion for Amara and Silas on 'The Vampire Diaries'" HuffPost Retrieved August 4, 2022
  16. ^ Samantha Highfill (2014-10-03). "'The Originals' star Nina Dobrev says that things get 'complicated' for Tatia." Those who are interested in entertainment should read Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved June 12, 2017
  17. ^ According to Marisa Roffman's April 6th, 2015, article for. "Nina Dobrev's Shocking Exit from 'Vampire Diaries'" There is a publication called The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved April 23, 2015
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  20. ^ Geoff Pevere (Dec. 7, 2010) "The Beginning of the Digital Age" Journal of the City of Toronto Toronto Retrieved The 25th of September 2011
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  23. ^ (First published: May 1, 2013) by Justin Kroll Fox's 'Cops' Pic to Star James D'Arcy and Nina Dobrev Variety Retrieved June 12, 2017
  24. ^ Shaunna Murphy (2014-07-08). In this article, we get a sneak peek at the making of "Let's Be Cops," courtesy of Nina Dobrev. MTV News Retrieved June 12, 2017
  25. ^ Borys Kit (10 April 2014). Stars from "Silicon Valley" and "The Vampire Diaries" will appear in the horror comedy "Final Girls." A Report From Hollywood Retrieved August 4, 2022
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  27. ^ Patrick Frater (Feb. 9, 2017) Berlinale: Voltage Pictures Presents the Teen Drama "Departures" Variety Retrieved June 12, 2017
  28. ^ Posted by Rebecca Ford on April 24th, 2017 Peyton List Board members Ken Jeong, David Koechner, and Tituss Burgess have all recently left the company. Newspaper that covers the entertainment industry in Hollywood Retrieved June 12, 2017
  29. ^ David McNary (October 21, 2015) Crash Pad, a romantic comedy starring Domhnall Gleeson, Thomas Haden Church, and Christina Applegate, has just been announced. Variety Retrieved When November 28 comes around, 2015
  30. ^ Author: Kroll, Justin (2016-01-07). Vin Diesel is negotiating with Nina Dobrev and Ruby Rose to star in their upcoming film XXX: The Return of Xander Cage. Variety Retrieved June 12, 2017
  31. ^ Tatiana Siegel cited in Siegel, Tatiana. "The Huffington Post." "Paramount Boards Vin Diesel's xXx: The Return of Xander Cage" Publication known as "The Hollywood Reporter" Retrieved On the 16th of February, 2016
  32. ^ In "xXx: The Return of Xander Cage (2017)," Xander Cage returns to the screen. The Secret Sauce of the Box Office Retrieved August 17, 2022
  33. ^ Author: Kroll, Justin (April 20, 2016). As reported by Deadline: "Nina Dobrev Joins Ellen Page in 'Flatliners' Remake." Variety Retrieved June 12, 2017
  34. ^ To cite this: Gettell, Oliver (April 20, 2016). Talks are underway between the producers of the remake and Nina Dobrev to star alongside Ellen Page. Magazine of Arts and Leisure Retrieved June 12, 2017
  35. ^ Andy Swift (2018-03-12). A CBS comedy pilot will feature Nina Dobrev in her first regular TV role since "Teen Wolf." TVLine Retrieved April 5, 2018
  36. ^ By Denise Petski on May 11, 2018 CBS Orders Series Based On Comedy Pilot 'Fam' Starring Nina Dobrev Hollywood's Last Chance Retrieved August 4, 2022
  37. ^ As of the 10th of January, 2019 (Ellenbogen, Rachael). ABC's New 'The Middle': How Well Do You Know the Cast? Business Times International Retrieved August 4, 2022
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  39. ^ Simon Brew (2017-09-18). Roger Avary will helm a movie for the first time in over a decade. Lair of the Nerds date: April 7, 2022 Retrieved The 22nd of October. 2017
  40. ^ Borys Kit (2018-04-10). According to the article "Damian Lewis to Play Controversial Ex-Toronto Mayor Rob Ford in Drama," Lewis will play the controversial former mayor. A Report From Hollywood Retrieved August 4, 2022
  41. ^ Author: DeFore, John (2020-03-05). Critical Analysis of "Run This Town" A Report From Hollywood Retrieved May 22, 2020
  42. ^ Rebecca Iannucci (2020-07-23) In a TV adaptation of Woman 99, Nina Dobrev will play the lead role and executive produce. TVLine Retrieved 11 September 2020
  43. ^ According to Littleton, Cynthia (2013-06-28). This year's "Variety Power of Youth" winners have been revealed. Variety Retrieved August 4, 2022
  44. ^ Mukei, Cate (2015-12-28). Actress on "Vampire Diaries" to Accessorize with Kenyan Jewelry Definition of the Norm Retrieved May 13, 2019
  45. ^ According to Christina Liao's December 13th, 2012, article A Conversation with Nina Dobrev About Her Work With Free The Children Teen Vogue Retrieved May 13, 2019
  46. ^ Andy Swift (September 27, 2011). For the benefit of starving children in Kenya, actress Nina Dobrev has created the "Hunger Bites" T-shirt. Viva La Hollywood! Date of original publication: May 13, 2019 Retrieved May 13, 2019
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  55. ^ According to the upcoming work of Justin Kroll (August 14, 2020), Love Hard, a Netflix romantic comedy starring Nina Dobrev, Jimmy O. Yang, and Charles Melton from "Riverdale," was announced. Hollywood's Last Chance Retrieved October 6, 2020
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  57. ^ Author: N'Duka, Amanda (April 29, 2020) "'Eagle Eye' Director D.J. Caruso Brings 'Redeeming Love' To The Big Screen, Starring Logan Marshall-Green, Abigail Cowen, Nina Dobrev, Famke Janssen, And More" Hollywood's Last Chance Retrieved October 6, 2020
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