Inspiring quotes by America Ferrera

The top 10 most inspiring quotes by America Ferrera

  • The most important thing you wear is your personality.
  • I think Hispanic women are beautiful with their curves. I’m not sure who feels that way in Hollywood. I was never told to lose 50 pounds. If they think that they just don’t bother with you. You just don’t get the role and you never know why. That’s still better than physically harming yourself and becoming unhealthy just to star in a movie.
  • Having the perfect body doesn’t fix all your problems, or make you love yourself more. To me, it’s all about being comfortable in your own skin.
  • To me, the tragedy about this whole image-obsessed society is that young girls get so caught up in just achieving that they forget to realize that they have so much more to offer the world.
  • As a child, I didn’t know what I didn’t have. I’m thankful for the challenges early on in my life because now I have a perspective on the world and kind of know what’s important.
  • It’s so reassuring to have a woman heroine who triumphs with more than just what she has on the outside who has more to offer the world than just a pretty picture.
  • I struggled with being a Latino growing up in Los Angeles. I felt very American. I still do. I went to 35 bar mitzvahs before I went to a single quinceanera. I could talk all day about my culture and what it means to me.
  • I’m okay if people don’t know who I am, but if you remember my character that would be great.
  • What’s hard about being on the other side of the world is that sometimes the problem feels so big that changing one life doesn’t feel like enough. But it is.
  • I know that having the perfect body doesn’t fix all your problems, or make you love yourself more. To me, it’s all about being comfortable in your own skin.

America Ferrera is an accomplished American actress, producer, and director, best known for her role as Betty Suarez in the television series “Ugly Betty,” for which she won a Golden Globe Award. Born on April 18, 1984, in Los Angeles, California, Ferrera developed a passion for acting at a young age and pursued her dreams despite facing challenges related to her ethnicity and body image in the entertainment industry.

Ferrera’s breakthrough came with her leading role in the indie film “Real Women Have Curves” (2002), where she received critical acclaim for her performance. Her success continued with roles in films like “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” (2005) and its sequel, as well as “End of Watch” (2012) and “How to Train Your Dragon” franchise, where she voiced the character of Astrid.

In addition to her acting career, Ferrera is an advocate for various social and political causes, including women’s rights and immigration reform. She has been recognized for her activism and was honored with the Impact Award by the National Hispanic Media Coalition in 2007.

Throughout her career, America Ferrera has demonstrated versatility and talent, establishing herself as a prominent figure in Hollywood and a role model for many aspiring actors.

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