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[[Image:Caridad1.jpg|thumb|178px|Dania Ramírez]]
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{{Actor
'''Dania Ramírez''' (born November 8, 1979) is an actress from the Dominican Republic, most recently known for two roles on television: playing a recurring character during the last season of The Sopranos and for her current role on Heroes.
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|Image = Caridad1.jpg
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|First = "[[Dirty Girls]]"
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|Last = "[[End of Days]]"
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|Name = Dania Jissel Ramírez
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|Gender = Female
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|Date of Birth = November 8, 1979
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|Place of Birth = Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
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|Characters = [[Caridad]]
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== Early life ==
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'''Dania Ramírez''' is the actress who portrayed [[Caridad]] in ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer''.
   
Ramírez was born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. At an early age, she decided to become an actress. As a young child, she would reenact Spanish soap operas for her family. She was discovered by a modeling scout while working in a New York City convenience store at the age of 15, and was cast in a small part in a soda commercial. Later, she decided to pursue acting seriously and studied at the Actor's Workshop in New York City under Flo Greeberg. She graduated from Montclair State University in 1999, where her volleyball talents led her to be placed among the top five in career digs, digs/game, solo blocks and total blocks. She then moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career.
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She was perhaps best known for her appearances on ''[[Wikipedia:The Sopranos|The Sopranos]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:Heroes (TV series)|Heroes]]''.
   
== Career ==
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At an early age, Ramírez decided to become an actress. As a young child, she would reenact Spanish soap operas for her family. She was discovered by a modeling scout while working in a New York City convenience store at the age of 15, and was cast in a small part in a soda commercial. Later, she decided to pursue acting seriously and studied at the Actor's Workshop in New York City under Flo Greeberg. She graduated from Montclair State University in 1999, where her volleyball talents led her to be placed among the top five in career digs, digs/game, solo blocks and total blocks. She then moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career.
   
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Ramírez has appeared in several music videos, including Jay-Z's Streets is Watching, LL Cool J's "Hush" (directed by her fiancè, Jessy Terrero), and Santana's "Into the Night". She appeared as an extra in the HBO film ''[[Wikipedia:Subway Stories|Subway Stories]]'' where she met filmmaker Spike Lee who later cast her in his film, ''[[Wikipedia:She Hate Me (2004)|She Hate Me]]''. She was Callisto, one of The Omegas, in the comic book film ''[[Wikipedia:X-Men: The Last Stand|X-Men: The Last Stand]]''.
   
=== Music videos ===
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She appears in the ''[[Wikipedia:American Pie (film)|American Pie]]'' sequel, ''[[Wikipedia:American Reunion|American Reunion]]'', with [[Alyson Hannigan]].
   
Ramírez has appeared in several music videos, including Jay-Z's Streets is Watching (1998), LL Cool J's "Hush" (2005; directed by her fiancè, Jessy Terrero), and Santana's "Into the Night" (2007).
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== Episodes ==
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* "[[Dirty Girls]]"
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* "[[Touched]]"
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* "[[End of Days]]"
   
=== Films ===
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== External links ==
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* {{IMDb actor|1268158}}
   
Ramírez appeared as an extra in the HBO film Subway Stories (1997), where she met filmmaker Spike Lee who later cast her in his film, She Hate Me (2004). She was Callisto, one of The Omegas, in the comic book film X-Men: The Last Stand (2006).
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== See also ==
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* [[Potential Slayer]]
== Television ==
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* [[Colleen]]
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Ramírez appeared as the minor character Caridad in the final episodes of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and as Blanca Selgado, a recurring role during the the sixth season of The Sopranos.
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[[Category:Buffy the Vampire Slayer (series) Actors]]
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[[Category:Co Stars]]
Currently, Ramirez portrays the character of Maya on the TV series Heroes.
 

Latest revision as of 12:23, March 21, 2019


Dania Ramírez is the actress who portrayed Caridad in Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

She was perhaps best known for her appearances on The Sopranos and Heroes.

At an early age, Ramírez decided to become an actress. As a young child, she would reenact Spanish soap operas for her family. She was discovered by a modeling scout while working in a New York City convenience store at the age of 15, and was cast in a small part in a soda commercial. Later, she decided to pursue acting seriously and studied at the Actor's Workshop in New York City under Flo Greeberg. She graduated from Montclair State University in 1999, where her volleyball talents led her to be placed among the top five in career digs, digs/game, solo blocks and total blocks. She then moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career.

Ramírez has appeared in several music videos, including Jay-Z's Streets is Watching, LL Cool J's "Hush" (directed by her fiancè, Jessy Terrero), and Santana's "Into the Night". She appeared as an extra in the HBO film Subway Stories where she met filmmaker Spike Lee who later cast her in his film, She Hate Me. She was Callisto, one of The Omegas, in the comic book film X-Men: The Last Stand.

She appears in the American Pie sequel, American Reunion, with Alyson Hannigan.

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