Rosa Bianca Salazar is an American actress she is born in Washington D.C. Salazar had roles in the NBC sequel Parenthood and the FX anthology series American Horror Story Murder House film. She played the title character in the movie Alita Battle Angel. She occurred in The Divergent Series Insurgent, Maze Runner The Scorch Trials, and Maze Runner. The Death Cure also appeared in The Kindergarten Teacher and Bird Box Netflix films.
Actress Rosa Bianca Salazar was born on the 16th of July in the year 1985, in Washington D.C. Salazar is of Peruvian and French drop. Bianca has raised in Washington, D.C., and nearby Greenbelt, Maryland. Salazar heard about Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt and was involved in the school theatre schedule.
Salazar keeps enjoyed entertaining others since the age of 15 years and evolved seriously about becoming an actress after pushing to New York City as a young grown-up, where she performed with College Humor. She seemed in several drawings. Shortly after migrating to Los Angeles in the year 2009, She landed regular roles on two hit TV series American Horror Story Murder House and Parenthood.
While in the year 2015, Salazar co-starred in different sequels The Divergent Series, Insurgent as Lynn, and Maze Runner The Scorch Trials as Brenda. Rosa Salazar created her main studio lead debut with the movie Alita: Battle Angel in 2019. The movie is an adaptation of the manga Gunnm and stood directed by Robert Rodriguez.
About Rosa Salazar:
Rosa is unmarried and it’s gossiped that she is dating Isacc Hilleger. She belongs to a Christian family. Her favorite actor is Ryan Gosling and her favorite actress is Charlize Theron. As of 2022, Rosa Salazar’s net worth is roughly $4 million.
Famous Quotes from Rosa:
- Everything was an escape for me when I was younger. I had a tumultuous home life thanks to the unsavory characters my mom would marry. My brother just sort of evaded, and my dad lived far away, so I was left alone. – Rosa Salazar
- I don’t like the five-person group dynamic. I just never have. It doesn’t make sense to me that six people would just sit in a circle and say, ‘Now I want approval,’ ‘Now I want approval,’ ‘Now I want approval.’ ‘I have something funny to say,’ ‘No, I have something funny to say, me!’ It’s hard to make plans. – Rosa Salazar