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The American actress Stephanie Beatriz is widely recognized for starring in the comedy TV series, Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Originally born in Argentina, her whole family moved to the United States when she was three years old. There she grew up with a keen interest in acting and after completing her formal education, she began pursuing it as a full-time career. Following her on-screen debut in 20009, Stephanie first rose to prominence during 2013 when she first starred in the highly acclaimed independent film Short Term 12 and later began portraying the character of Detective Rosa Diaz in the hit action-comedy TV series, Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Since getting that big-break, Beatriz has continued to remain active in both film and television industries, landing various major gigs from time-to-time. Lastly, coming towards the off-camera life of the actress, Stephanie Beatriz openly admitted to being bi-s*xual in 2016 while two years later, she became married to actor Brad Hoss.
She was born to a Colombian father and Bolivian mother in Neuquén, Neuquén Province, Argentina. She arrived in the US when she was 3 years old along with her younger sister. In 2018, she married Brad Hoss. They welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Rosaline, in 2021.
She stars opposite Andy Samberg in Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
Quotes by Stephanie Beatriz
"The playing ground is so uneven, and there have been so many straight characters for such a long time, and so many gay actors that have had to hide their sexuality to get the parts they want to play."
"I am the kind of person that wants to get up in front of crowds of strangers and perform monologues. To each their own."
"The majority of my job is being an open channel, and if I'm not being very authentic with who I am in myself, then it doesn't feel like I can dig down deep and get to really vulnerable stuff, or stuff I have never felt before."
"I think you can tell the difference between 'swagger' and real confidence immediately. You can smell it, like bad body spray versus nice cologne."
"A lot of animated movies in the past have sort of relied on these archaic tropes on what the female characters in those movies can be and who they are."