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Oct 12

Na edição de Setembro 2011 da conceituada revista americana “Esquire”, Daniela Ruah afirmou-se como uma das mulheres mais “sexy” da actualidade, fazendo jus ao seu lugar na lista das “100 Mulheres mais sexy do mundo”, eleita pela revista “Maxim”. Nesta entrevista e sessão fotográfica, Daniela fez saber que gosta de se sentir “sexy” de vez em quando, como é normal em qualquer mulher.

A actriz teve ainda tempo para demonstrar que possui um excelente sentido de humor, aproveitando para protagonizar um pequeno vídeo totalmente falado em português, cujo título traduzido é “Coisas que soam melhor quando ditas em Português” e ainda dois outros videos cujo título traduzido é “As melhores coisas alguma vez ditas”.

Daniela Ruah was featured in the September 2011 issue of the “Esquire” Magazine as one of the “Women We Love” spread. Read the interview she did with the magazine and watch some funny videos below.


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Oct 12

Daniela has been a special guest of “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” two times now, the first time in 2010 and most recently on January 5th 2012. You can watch/rewatch the interview videos below.

A Daniela já foi por duas vezes convidada do talk-show “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”, tendo sido a sua estreia num talk-show americano em 2010 e mais recentemente a 5 de Janeiro de 2012. Revejam abaixo os videos das entrevistas.


JULY 22nd 2010

Daniela Ruah esteve pela primeira vez num talk-show norte-americano – Julho 22 2010 from daniela ruah fans on Vimeo.

JANUARY 5th 2012

Daniela Ruah on The Late Late Show with Craig… by DanielaRuahFans


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Daniela Ruah esteve em Portugal para apresentar «Merida», a personagem do filme de animação «Brave- Indomável» ao qual deu a voz e que estreou nas salas de cinema portuguesas a 15 de Agosto. Vejam o trailer oficial e confiram todas as fotos promocionais da apresentação do filme na galeria.

Daniela Ruah was the chosen actress to “borrow” her voice to “Merida”, the main character of Disney/Pixar new animated movie “Brave”, for the portuguese dubbed version of the film.
The original version features Kelly Macdonald as the voice of Princess Merida. The film premiered June 22nd in US theaters and August 15th in Portugal. Check all the promotional photos for the public presentation of the movie in the gallery.


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Daniela Ruah & Eric Christian Olsen attended the 2nd Annual USA Science & Engineering Festival throughout the April 28-29 weekend at the Lockheed Martin main stage at Walter E. Washington Convention Center at Washington, D.C. If any of our readers managed to meet them we would very much like to hear about it on the comments section!

 

 

Events, Parties & Appearances > 2012 > USA Science & Engineering Festival – April 28-29 2012

 

 


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Daniela Ruah attended the “CBS UpFronts Party 2012” on May 16th, at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York.

She wore a beautiful green vintage Versace dress and complemented it with some watermelon tourmaline earrings and matching ring with pink sapphires from Ista Jewelry. Absolutely gorgeous!

She also tweeted some great pictures from behind the scenes of the event. Check them all here.

All the cast of NCIS LA was in attendance too (except for Linda Hunt unfortunately). You can see they all had a great time =)

Events, Parties & Appearances > 2012 > “CBS Upfronts” Arrivals – May 16th 2012

 


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Photos by Cliff Lipson

Photographed at Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara

The key to cracking the case of Daniela Ruah, who stars as Special Agent Kensi Blye on NCIS: LOS ANGELES, lies in her trailer on Hollywood’s storied Paramount lot.

That’s where the actress keeps two treasured, yet disparate possessions: a rally scarf for a beloved Portuguese soccer team and a girly-pink bottle which, appropriately enough for the statuesque stunner, contains a fragrance called Bombshell. “I never walk out of my trailer without putting on perfume,” she says.

Ruah is, as the contents of her trailer suggest, a heady blend of sports-loving tomboy and alluring girl next door. No wonder she’s so adept at playing the hit crime drama’s not-so-secret weapon, a woman who can handily kick bad-guy ass, then turn around and dial up the sex appeal for an undercover op. “Kensi’s not too far off from who I am,” the actress admits during a break from filming. “The longer I play her, the more we jell into each other.”

Like her character, Ruah prefers to be at the center of the action. She’s been known to plead with the stunt coordinator to let her do as many of her own stunts as possible and, after deciding to get a motorcycle license, even bought her own bike. Too bad a producer, concerned about his actress’ safety, quickly put the kibosh on that little hobby.

“He pulled me aside and, literally finger in my face, said, ‘Dani, motorcycle—no,’ ” she remembers with a laugh. “I said, ‘But Kensi rides, and it’d be so great if I could!’ Unfortunately, it was too much of a risk.”

The actress has never shied away from taking chances. Born in Boston but raised mostly in her parents’ native Portugal, she decided early on that, despite coming from a family of doctors, she wanted to perform. Looking back, the 28-year-old recalls always standing out in a crowd—acting in school plays, studying ballet, modern and contemporary dance, and making the occasional tonsorial mistake. “I chopped off all my hair,” Ruah recalls. “I have very curly hair, and it curled up into a mini-Afro. Then I made the mistake of dyeing it orange, so my friends called me ‘Sideshow Bob.’ ”

She got serious about her acting ambitions when, at age 15, she caught a TV commercial advertising an open-call audition for a new Portuguese soap opera. Accompanied by both of her grandmothers, Ruah stood in line along with 3,500 other hopefuls and ultimately walked away with a starring role.

“From then on, it was just like a snowball,” says the actress, who over the next several years starred in three other soaps while earning a degree in performing arts. “A lot of people joke about soap operas, but there’s no better training. In no [other] job will you have as many lines to learn, in as short an amount of time, with as complicated a plot. It was the biggest lesson of my life.”

INSPIRED BY HER LOVE OF DANCE, Ruah competed on—and won!—the first season of Dança Comigo, Portugal’s version of Dancing with the Stars. “At the time, you get all these compliments,” she says, “and now I watch it on YouTube and I’m like, ‘That’s the biggest load of bleep I’ve ever seen myself do!’ But as much as I laugh at myself, it’s still a great memory.”

So, too, is her first trip to Los Angeles, which happened to be for her NCIS: LOS ANGELES callback. “They told me that day, ‘You’ve gotten the part,’ ” says the actress, whose striking gaze is courtesy of a birthmark that covers most of the iris in her right eye. “I called my mom in Portugal—it was like 3 in the morning there, but she’d said, ‘Any news, you call me. I don’t care what time it is!’ ”

In the three years since, Ruah has taken the success that’s come with her Hollywood break in stride. She does, however, cop to having felt a tad star-struck when she first met Star Wars legend George Lucas, who executive produced Red Tails, the film she appeared in this January. “He shook my hand and said, ‘Hi, I’m George,’ and in my mind, I’m going, ‘Uh, yeah, I know!’”

If all goes according to plan, the ambitious actress— who, in addition to fluent English and Portuguese, speaks conversational Spanish and French—will continue to balance a TV gig she loves with a flourishing movie career.

“The goal is to work as much as possible in projects I respect and that will help me grow,” she says before being called back to set. “No actor has a flawless career, but in the long term, I’d like my name to be synonymous with good quality.”

 

Source: CBS Watch Magazine