Paz Vega, a cast member of Netflix's Kaleidoscope, is speculated to be related to another Spanish actress Penelope Cruz as they have a similar face structure. However, they're not. The two actresses do not share the same blood.
Kaleidoscope on Netflix is a one-of-a-kind show in which you can watch the episodes in any order and they will all add up to the finale. Despite being a thriller, the story is written in such a way that the audience can not only pick up the events at any point in the story but also that everything is so well-organized that you never get confused about the backstory or intentions of any character.
However, apart from the action-packed sequences, this show is even more intriguing because it is a non-linear series that leads to the finale regardless of the order in which viewers watch it. Combine all of that with stellar onscreen performances from a talented ensemble that includes Giancarlo Esposito, Rufus Sewell, Paz Vega, and Tati Gabrielle, and the series' quality skyrockets.
Since the release of the show, Paz Vega, who plays the role of Ava Mercer, has been in the spotlight due to her performance in the series. However, many people were shocked by her appearance and claimed she look exactly like Penelope Cruz. As a result, fans and followers have been curious to know about Paz's relationship with Penelope and wonder if Paz Vega and Penelope Cruz are related.
Paz Vega and Penelope Cruz Look Like They Might Be Sisters but They Are Not Related to Each Other: Kaleidoscope Update!
Paz Vega (@pazvegaofficial), a Spanish actress, made her film debut in Spanglish in 2004, opposite Adam Sandler. It was her first film in Hollywood. Ms. Vega has since gone on to play a variety of roles in films. However, recently Paz Vega bears a striking resemblance to another Spanish actress Penelope Cruz (@penelopecruzoficial). In some way, the booth actress' look seems relatable whereas many people speculated they look like they might be sisters but sadly they are not related to each other.
Penelope grew up in Madrid, while Paz was raised in Seville. This could be why they are thought to be related, but there is no evidence that the two are related. But it's not only us, even Kaleidoscope cast too have faced the same problem. The actress claimed that many people mistake her for Cruz, including journalists, who also mix up the two actresses. However being mistaken for Ms. Cruz, is a great compliment, according to Paz. She stated,
Oh yes. Yes. Many times. Many times. But it’s a beautiful compliment. She’s a beautiful woman, an amazing actress. She’s an example for people who want to work here for foreign people. I know that she’s a beautiful, beautiful woman inside and outside…It’s a great compliment…Many people, even journalists they confuse with her.
Paz Vega was born on January 2, 1976, in Seville, Andalusia. During her teenage years, she developed an interest in acting and enrolled at the Centro Andaluz de Teatro. Her first role was as Olga in the well-known Spanish television series Menudo es mi padre. Vega later appeared in films such as Zapping, Nadie conoce a nadie, and I Will Survive, to name a few.
Paz Vega's most memorable roles in her early career were on television. She starred as Laura Arteagabeitia in the popular Spanish sitcom 7 Vidas, where she received positive feedback from both viewers and critics. Her other notable film and television acting credits include naming a few, La Hermandad, Perdóname, señor, and Chasing Wonders.
Paz Vega's character in Netflix's Kaleidoscope is both intriguing and perplexing. The Argentinian immigrant's previous ties with the FBI add to the intrigue. At this point, little is known about her character, but fans can expect Paz Vega to deliver an outstanding performance in the series.
Meanwhile, Penélope Cruz was born, in Madrid, on April 28, 1974. She is also a Spanish actress best known for portraying sultry characters. She rose to prominence in Spanish cinema and quickly became an international star.
Cruz grew up outside of Madrid, where she spent nine years studying ballet at Spain's National Conservatory; she also received intensive training in classical and jazz dance, as well as studying theatre in New York City. She won a modeling agency competition when she was 15 and began appearing in music videos and on Spanish television.
Her first film roles were in El laberinto griego (The Greek Labyrinth; despite being finished in 1991, the film was not released until 1993) and Jamón, jamón (1992; Ham, Ham). Belle Epoque (1992; The Age of Beauty), a film about an army deserter taken in by an elderly man and his four enchanting daughters, catapulted her to international prominence and was also nominated for an Academy Award for best foreign film.
Cruz collaborated with Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar on several occasions, first appearing in his Carne trémula (1997; Live Flesh) and Todo Sobre mi Madre (1999; All About My Mother).
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