Ms. Morena Baccarin

Activate the contents menu Actress Morena Silva de Vaz Setta Baccarin[1] ( Portuguese:  In Japanese, (moen baka) ; born 2 June 1979)[2][3] is a Brazilian actress known for portraying Inara Serra in the sci-fi series Firefly and its follow-up film Serenity, Vanessa in the

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Actress Morena Silva de Vaz Setta Baccarin[1] ( Portuguese:  In Japanese, (moen baka) ; born 2 June 1979)[2][3] is a Brazilian actress known for portraying Inara Serra in the sci-fi series Firefly and its follow-up film Serenity, Vanessa in the superhero comedy franchise Deadpool, Jessica Brody in the Showtime series Homeland, Dr. Leslie "Lee" Thompkins in the Fox series Gotham, and Elena Federova in the NBC series The Endgame In 2013, she was nominated for a Primetime Emmy as Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her work on Homeland.

Early life [ edit ]

Baccarin is the daughter of actress Vera Setta and journalist Fernando Baccarin. She was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She has roots in Italy, Portugal, and Lebanon ([3][4]). Morena made her acting debut in a television special when she was just six years old; the special was directed by her grand uncle, a well-known theatre director in Brazil. At the age of seven, she and her family relocated to New York City's Greenwich Village after her father accepted a position as an editor at Globo TV's headquarters there. [8]

Baccarin and her future co-star on Homeland, Claire Danes, both went to public school in New York City and were classmates at Public School 41 and the New York City Lab School for Collaborative Studies. After graduating from the Juilliard School's drama division's Group 29 (1996–2000), she enrolled at the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music, Art, and Performing Arts. [9][10] [11]

Career [ edit ]

Baccarin's breakout film role came in the improvised fashion-world comedy Perfume (2001). That led to a starring role in 2001's Way Off Broadway. [12]

In the Central Park production of The Seagull, she stood in for Natalie Portman. Baccarin made her television debut in the science fiction drama Firefly (2002) as Inara Serra,[14] and she later reprised the role in the film adaptation released in 2005. [15]

Baccarin in her 2012 Golden Globes red carpet look.

Throughout the month of February 2005, Baccarin voiced Black Canary in a number of episodes of the Justice League Unlimited animated series. She played Chloe in the November 9 episode of Season 2 of How I Met Your Mother. 6, 2006 And in 2006, she appeared as a guest star on three episodes of the hit TV show The O.C. Baccarin played a transgender woman named Carmen in the pilot episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia that was never broadcast. [13] In April of 2006, it was revealed that Morena Baccarin would be playing the adult version of Adria, a recurring villain, on Stargate SG-1's upcoming 10th season. [16] She made her debut as adult Adria in the season 10 episode "Counterstrike" (other actresses had played younger versions of Adria). Baccarin's performance in Stargate: The Ark of Truth marked a return to the role. [17]

Baccarin made her New York stage debut at Playwrights Horizons in Theresa Rebeck's televised satire Our House in May 2009. As the leader of the alien Visitors, Anna, she starred in the 2009–2011 ABC series V, a remake of the 1984 series. After the second season finale aired in May 2011, producers made the decision not to renew the show for a third season. The following month, Baccarin became known to television audiences as the conflicted wife of a former prisoner of war on the Showtime drama Homeland[21]. At the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards, held on July 18, 2013, she was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her role in the show. [23]

Baccarin played Agent Karen Walker in the 2015 action comedy Spy, co-starring Melissa McCarthy. Baccarin's breakout role as Vanessa Carlysle in Ryan Reynolds' smash Deadpool came in 2016. She appeared in both Deadpool and its 2018 sequel in the same supporting role (24). For the first time in 2015, Baccarin took on a starring role as Dr. Fox's Gotham's Leslie Thompkins She played the part throughout the show's entire five-year run (see [26]). Her first role in a Brazilian production occurred in 2019 when she portrayed a psychologist on the Brazilian television series Sesso de Terapia (Therapy Session). Greenland, a post-apocalyptic thriller starring Baccarin and Gerard Butler, is set to be released in 2020. [27]

Intimate sphere [ edit ]

Baccarin wed Austin Chick, an American film producer and director, in November 2011. [28] Baccarin and Chick welcomed a son in October 2013. [29] Chick filed for divorce in July 2015, citing "irreconcilable differences." Baccarin announced her plans to marry her co-star on Gotham, Ben McKenzie, and have a child with him in September 2015, shortly after her divorce was finalized. In March of 2016, Baccarin and McKenzie welcomed a daughter. [32] Baccarin and Chick's divorce was finalized on March 18, 2016. Baccarin and McKenzie's engagement was announced in November of 2016. Baccarin's 38th birthday, June 2, 2017, also served as the date of their wedding in Brooklyn, New York [34]. Baccarin and McKenzie welcomed a son in March of 2021.1 [36]

Arguments and participation in politics [ edit ]

In January of this year, she shared her story in an opinion piece[37] for Newsweek. aiding refugees through the International Rescue Committee During her time in Colombia, she conducted interviews with Venezuelan asylum seekers. She expressed concern that the current situation could cause a surge in asylum applications from refugees in the United States. Baccarin's work on behalf of women and girls was inspired by her mother's activism in Brazil. [39][40]

She participated in the Flores Exhibits project in 2019 alongside other creatives, lawyers, advocates, and refugees. [41] She read the affidavit of a migrant child currently being detained in a U. S -Border with Mexico [42][43][44]

Filmography [ edit ]

Film [ edit ]

Television [ edit ]

Games that use a video display [ edit ]

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Accolades and nominations [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ M , C (9 January 2018) I'm sure you're familiar with Morena Baccarin, the Brazilian actress with Italian blood and a captivating gaze. In Italian: Elle Hearst Magazine Italia, Milan. Retrieved March 27, 2018
  2. ^ a b Posted by Karla Rodriguez on September 20th, 2017 "Ben McKenzie: We Married on Morena's Birthday because..." Us Weekly Retrieved May 27, 2018 As it turns out, [Morena and Ben McKenzie's] wedding day was also the Deadpool actor's birthday, June 2. The actor said, "I just got hitched," flashing his wedding band. The Brooklyn Botanic Gardens were the perfect setting for our wedding. Since we wanted to book it over a year in advance, the only date available was my wife's birthday. '
  3. ^ a b "Actress (1979-)" "Morena Baccarin" Biography.com Date of original publication: May 16, 2018 Retrieved April 17, 2019
  4. ^ Thas Britto (January 19, 2013) On-air in Homeland, Morena Baccarin proudly proclaims, "Tengo orgulho de ser brasileira." O Globo Date of original publication: October 27, 2017 Retrieved On the seventeenth of February, 2016 Morena moved to New York with her siblings, mother, actress Vera Setta, and father, journalist Fernando Baccarin, when she was seven years old. Morena and her brothers, mother (actress Vera Setta), and father (journalist Fernando Baccarin) moved from Rio de Janeiro to New York when she was seven years old.
  5. ^ Linda Massarella (April 20th, 2012). "The Pare and Baccarin of roommates" QMI Agency A copy of this article that was archived on November 3, 2016, Retrieved August 19, 2013 The Canoe Route com Baccarin's parents are Italian, but she was born in Brazil.
  6. ^ Morena Baccarin, Actress Peliplat
  7. ^ a b This is "Morena Baccarin." Globo
  8. ^ Discussion with Morena Baccarin As Seen on the Jô Program Globo TV April 30, 2010
  9. ^ Morena Baccarin is ditching her short hair and the show "V" in favor of "Homeland." Media & Entertainment Network (HBO) The Fourth of August, 2011 Original version published December 24, 2015 Retrieved March 13, 2012
  10. ^ Time to say "Goodnight, America" As seen in Vanity Fair. May 2012 Page 154
  11. ^ ''Alumni News'' Institution: Juilliard The Month of September, 2007 The original version was published on November 11th, 2011. Retrieved April 13, 2012
  12. ^ For example: Kuhn, Sarah (March 26th, 2005). Read the full Reuters.com interview with Morena Baccarin about the film "Way Off Broadway" here! Retrieved June 5, 2013
  13. ^ a b c "A Life Story of Morena Baccarin" TV Guide The original version was published on March 22nd, 2009. Retrieved When September 24th rolls around, 2015
  14. ^ To cite this: Hernandez, Lee (July 15, 2012). Morena Baccarin, a former cast member of "Firefly," recently spoke exclusively to Entertainment Weekly about the show's tenth anniversary, Comic-Con, and diversity. Publication known as "The Huffington Post" Retrieved Tuesday, February 12th, 2019 2013
  15. ^ Author: Jackson, Matthew (2012-12-17). Actress Morena Baccarin has spoken out about which of her Firefly co-stars is her favorite. Syfy Wire Retrieved 12 February 2013
  16. ^ Darren Sumner (April 1, 2008). Title: "Myth Maker (Part 1): An Interview With Robert C. Cooper" GateWorld Retrieved April 8, 2008
  17. ^ According to the work of Steven Eramo (January 2007). "Morena Baccarin, Actress: Child's Play" TV Zone No Updated: Special #74 pp  48–49
  18. ^ Charles Isherwood (2009-06-10). The title of this article is: "Snarling, Murderous Reality (Now, That's Entertainment!)" '''The New York Times''' Retrieved June 5, 2013
  19. ^ On March 9, 2009, Matt Mitovich wrote for Slate. The article "Pilot News: V Captures Firefly Star, and Additional ABC Castings" TV Guide Retrieved March 9, 2009
  20. ^ Morena Baccarin: The Interview (V) BSkyB April 22, 2010 Archive.org date: May 1, 2010 Retrieved August 11, 2010
  21. ^ Nellie Andreeva (May 31, 2011). Morena Baccarin, known for her role in the film "V," has been cast as a regular on the Showtime drama series "Homeland." To the Hollywood press: Deadline Retrieved May 31, 2011
  22. ^ Author: Fretts, Bruce Salutes and boos TV Guide On this date in 2011 page 68
  23. ^ Moréna Baccarin. There is an award called the Emmys. Retrieved On the 22nd of September, 2013
  24. ^ Morena Baccarin discusses improv, sex montage scenes, and keeping up with Ryan Reynolds in "Deadpool." Collider Date: November 25, 2015 Retrieved October 30 2016
  25. ^ Beer from Russia, Ale (16 May 2018) Deadpool 2 co-star Morena Baccarin says kissing Ryan Reynolds was like "Kissing a Giant Latex Condom." People Retrieved June 3, 2018
  26. ^ Morena Baccarin: "It's a Different World" Joining the Cast of "Gotham" This Week in Hollywood, from The Hollywood Reporter Friday, 5 January 2015 Retrieved Dated September 27th, 2019
  27. ^ Amanda N'Duka (2019-06-18). Last-Ditch Talks Underway for Morena Baccarin to Join Gerard Butler in STX's 'Greenland' Thriller The Hollywood Deadline Retrieved On this date in history, November 5th, 2019
  28. ^ Anya Leon & Julie Jordan May 14 2013 Morena Baccarin Is Having Her First Baby. People This version was archived from the previous one on October 26, 2017. Retrieved May 28, 2018
  29. ^ Anya Leon & Julie Jordan (24 October 2013) Morena Baccarin Gives Birth to Baby Boy Julius People In the original form on March 17, 2018 Retrieved June 19, 2018
  30. ^ Janine Rayford Rubenstein. "The Seventh Annual International Women's Day Gala." 'Homeland' Star Morena Baccarin's Spouse Has Submitted a Divorce Petition,' it has been reported. People Retrieved October 2, 2019
  31. ^ To wit: Gomez, Patrick (September 21, 2015). Morena Baccarin and Benjamin McKenzie Are Dating, According to Reports People Retrieved October 2, 2019
  32. ^ Andrea Mandell (2016-03-11). Morena Baccarin and Ben McKenzie have welcomed a baby girl, and the news is being reported exclusively by the media. USA Today Saved as original on March 13, 2016 Retrieved March 12, 2016
  33. ^ An Official Statement of Morena Baccarin's Separation from Her Husband E! News March 18, 2016 Retrieved March 20, 2016
  34. ^ (November 29, 2016) Stephanie Webber See Her Ring! : Ben McKenzie and Morena Baccarin Are Engaged Us Weekly Retrieved March 24, 2017
  35. ^ Julie Jordan & Natalie Stone 7 June 2017 Marriage announcement: Morena Baccarin and Ben McKenzie. People Retrieved June 19, 2018
  36. ^ Katie Campione (2019–2021) After the birth of their son Arthur, Morena Baccarin and husband Ben McKenzie said, "2021 is looking up." People Retrieved March 10, 2021
  37. ^ Morena Baccarin (2019-01-24). Opinion: "The crisis in Venezuela could produce more refugees than Syria. Here is how the United States can prepare." Newsweek The original version was published on June 22, 2019. Retrieved June 22, 2019
  38. ^ Actress Morena Baccarin IRC Voices United Nations International Rescue Committee To be found at its original location on June 22, 2019 Retrieved June 22, 2019
  39. ^ BUILD Episodes (2019-03-26) Morena Baccarin Discusses Her Volunteering With The International Rescue Committee in a New Interview The Best in Entertainment...On Yahoo! Retrieved January 1, 2022 The YouTube Way
  40. ^ "Morena Baccarin discusses her involvement with the IRC with BUILD," American Red Cross The original version was obtained from the Internet Archive on June 22, 2019. Retrieved January 1, 2022
  41. ^ THE FLORES EXHIBITS flores-exhibits org Thursday, September 19, 2019 This version was archived on November 19, 2019, at the earliest. Retrieved Tuesday, September 19 2019 The Flores Settlement Agreement of 1997 limits a child's detention time, mandates that they be housed in the least restrictive environment possible, and ensures that they have access to basic necessities like toilet paper, food, and clothing. The National Center for Youth Law included these sworn statements as exhibits in a motion for a Temporary Restraining Order.
  42. ^ The A4T2_Morena Baccarin JPEG
  43. ^ Movie starring Morena Baccarin, titled A4T2_Morena Baccarin
  44. ^ The Flores Exhibitions Are Unveiled by Waterwell and the Broadway Advocacy Coalition. BroadwayWorld Monday, September 18, 2019 Retrieved Sunday, September 19 2019
  45. ^ Author: Andreas Wiseman Date: March 31, 2022 Filming for Philip Noyce's Fast Charlie, starring James Caan, Morena Baccarin, and Pierce Brosnan, will begin next week in New Orleans. Media in Hollywood, California, at the 11th Hour Retrieved Saturday, October 24 2022
  46. ^ For example: Danielle Turchiano (September 21, 2021). "NBC Orders Series for The Endgame starring Morena Baccarin and Ryan Michelle Bathé." Variety Retrieved 21st of January 2022
  47. ^ "The Full List of 'Brink of Fame: Actor' Nominees for the 2018 NewNowNext Awards" NewNowNext dot com (Logo TV) Date of original publication: December 31, 2017 Retrieved Sunday, October 30 2016
  48. ^ a b Author: Lovett, Jamie March 8th, 2016 Article: "Deadpool, Avengers, and Star Wars Nominated for MTV Movie Awards" ComicBook com Retrieved March 21, 2016
  49. ^ Nominees for the Teen Choice Awards, Presented in Their Entirety A Report From Hollywood July 29, 2016 Retrieved September 27th, 2019
  50. ^ Base, Mental Imagen Award Winners and Nominees for 2016 Assemblage of Images (Imagen) Foundation Date of original archive: February 3, 2021 Retrieved May 17, 2021

Resources for Further Study [ edit ]

  • The "Morena Baccarin Chat" TheSciFiWorld net April 13, 2007

Internet resources [ edit ]

  • Look at Morena Baccarin's IMDb page
  • Use of Twitter by Morena Baccarin
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