Nina Dobrev Age Biography, Height, Wiki, Net Worth
Nina Dobrev Age Biography
Nina Dobrev Age Biography: Nina Dobrev is the stage name of Nikolina Kamenova Dobreva, who works in the entertainment industry in Canada. Her first performance was as Mia Jones in the television series Degrassi: The Next Generation. This was her first acting job.
After then, she became well-known for her portrayal of Elena Gilbert and Katherine Pierce on The Vampire Diaries, a popular programme broadcast on The CW.
Nina Dobrev Age
She entered this world on January 9th, 1989. At this point in time, Nina Dobrev is 33 years old.
Nina Dobrev Age Biography, Early Life And Family
She was born Nikolina Kamenova Dobreva in Sofia, Bulgaria. When she was two years old, her family emigrated to Canada, and she spent the most of her childhood in Toronto, Ontario. Her parents and siblings also played important roles in her upbringing. There is another Dobrev in the family named Aleksandar. Her father, Kamen Dobrev, is a computer whiz, and her mother, Michaela Dobreva, is a creative. Both of her parents are named Dobrev.
Dobrev started her training in artistic dance and jazz at Vradenburg Junior Public School and J. B. Tyrrell Sr. State sponsored School, both of which are publicly financed schools. Dobrev attended the expressions of the human experience curriculum at Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts in Scarborough until the year that she was eligible to graduate from high school.
Dobrev participated in the post-auxiliary tests at Ryerson University in Toronto; however, her pursuit of a career in acting prevented her from completing her studies there and earning a degree.
Nina Dobrev Professional Career
Dobrev’s first important acting job was as Mia on the teenage sitcom Degrassi: The Next Generation, a role she portrayed for three seasons starting in 2006. Dobrev began her professional acting career in 2006. During the middle of the 2000s, she was in a few independent films, including Fugitive Pieces and Away from Her, among others. During the fifth season, she portrayed the role of Amara, the Petrova doppleganger ancestor who is also known as the world’s first undying. In 2014, she appeared in a scene for The Originals, a spin-off of The Vampire Diaries, playing the role of Tatia, a character with an identical twin.
Dobrev announced through Instagram in April 2015 that she will be leaving The Vampire Diaries after portraying Elena for a total of six seasons. The announcement came as a surprise to fans. There were rumours circulating in January 2017 that Dobrev might reprise her roles as Elena and Katherine in the series arrangement finale of The Vampire Diaries.
In April of 2011, Dobrev was cast as Candace Kelmeckis in the film adaptation of The Perks of Being a Wallflower, which also starred Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, and Paul Rudd. Dobrev’s character was comparable to that of Lerman, Watson, and Rudd. She appeared in the parody Let’s Be Cops, produced by 20th Century Fox and starring with Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr., in the month of August 2014. Dobrev was cast as Clem in the CBS television pilot spoof Fam in March of 2018, and the show was given the go light for production in May of the same year.
The first episode of the comedy aired on January 10, 2019. After one season, on May 10, 2019, the agreement was terminated and the arrangement was no longer in effect. Dobrev played the role of Chloe in the action thriller Lucky Day, directed by Roger Avary and released in 2019.
Nina Dobrev Movies List:
Repo! The Genealogical Drama (2006) (Teenage Zydrate Addict)
Stay far away from her (2007) (Monica) The Writer of Poetry (2007) (Rachel) Fugitive Pieces (2007) (Bella) Chloe (2009) (Anna) the roommate in question (2011) (Maria) Arena (2011) (Lori Lord)
Let’s Be Cops (2014) (Josie) The Girls Who Finish Last (2015) (Vicki Summers)
The Comeback of Xander Cage (2017) Crash Pad (belonging to Becky Clearidge) (2017) (Hnnah) Dog Days (2018) After That, There Was (You, Elizabeth) (2018) (Izzy) Take Control of This Town (2019) (Written by Ashley Pollock)
Lucky Day (2019) Playing House is a television show or series that Chloe recommends (2006) (Young Frannie McKenzie) The Next Generation (2006-2009) (Mia Jones)
The Truth About My Daughter (2007) (Justine Dysert) A Little Too Young to Get Married (2007) (Jessica Carpenter)
The Frontier (2008) (Stephenie) Never Cry Werewolf (2008) (Loren Hanseett) The Mall in the United States of America (2008) Eleventh Hour (written by Ally Stepherd) (2009) The Vampire Diaries, written by Grace Dahl (2009-2015, 2017) Merry Madagascar! (Elena Gilbert / Katherine Pierce / Amara) (2009) (The Bully at Lois’ High School) “Cupid the Reindeer” from “Family Guy” (2011)
Robot Chicken (TV Show) (2014) The Originals (Cortana, Abbby, and Jenny Curran) (2014) Workaholics, as described by Tatia (2017) Family of the (Courtnee) (2019) The list of awards that (Clem) won, including the Teen Choice Awards
Award Show for Young Hollywood
The awards chosen by the people.
Awards given out by the San Diego Film Critics Society
Fandom Awards presented by MTVU