نینا دوبرو

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پرش به: ناوبری، جستجو
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نینا دوبرو
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نینا دوبرو در ماچ موزیک ٢٠١١
نام اصلی نیکولینا کنستانتینوا دوبروا
زمینه فعالیت بازیگری
تولد ۹ ژانویهٔ ۱۹۸۹(۱۹۸۹-01-0۹) ‏(۲۸ سال)
صوفیه ، بلغارستان
ملیت  بلغارستان ،  کانادا
پیشه بازیگر
شریک(های)
زندگی
ایان سامرهلدر (۲۰۱۱ تا ۲۰۱۳)

گلن پاول(2017)

صفحه در وب‌گاه IMDb

نینا دوبرو (به انگلیسی: Nina Dobrev) یک هنرپیشهٔ بلغاری-کانادایی است که بیشتر بخاطر ایفای نقش کاترین پیرس/الینا گیلبرت در سریال خاطرات خون‌آشام که از شبکه سی‌دابلیو پخش می‌شد ، شهرت دارد.

زندگی[ویرایش]

نینا دوبرو با نام نیکولینا کنستانتینوا دوبروا (به بلغاری: Николина Константинова Добрева) ۹ ژانویه ۱۹۸۹ ، در صوفیه، بلغارستان، متولد شد و در سن دو سالگی به کانادا رفت، جایی که او در تورنتو، انتاریو، مطرح شد.
او به زبان فرانسوی، انگلیسی و بلغاری مسلط می‌باشد.
او دارای یک برادر بزرگتر به نام الکساندر می‌باشد، پدر او یک متخصص کامپیوتر است و مادر او یک هنرمند است.
دوبرو در مدرسه دولتی "جی. بی. تایرل" حضور یافت، جایی که او حضور در کلاسهای باله و موسیقی جاز و رقابت در ژیمناستیک ریتمیک را آغاز کرد. سپس او در مدرسه وکسفورد دانشگاهی هنر در اسکاربرو، انتاریو و دانشگاه رایرسون در تورنتو در رشته جامعه‌شناسی حضور یافت، او آنجا را در سال ۲۰۰۸ به دنبال حرفه بازیگری ترک کرد.

زندگی شخصی[ویرایش]

نینا دوبرو در سپتامبر سال ۲۰۱۱ اعلام کرد که با ایان سامرهلدر وارد یک رابطه عاشقانه شده است.[۱] در می سال ۲۰۱۳ وی گزارش داد که رابطه او با ایان سامرهلدر به پایان رسیده است و آنها از یک دیگر جدا شدند.[۲]

فیلم‌شناسی[ویرایش]

نینا دوبرو در سی و نهمین مراسم جوایز برگزیده ی مردم - سال 2012

فیلم[ویرایش]

سال فیلم نقش توضیحات
۲۰۰۶ دور از او مونیکا
۲۰۰۶ بازی خانگی فرنی مک کنزی دوران جوانی فرنی مک کنزی
۲۰۰۷ او چگونه حرکت می کند دختر یک دختر قد بلند در حمام
۲۰۰۷ قطعات فراری بلا خواهر جیکوب بیر
۲۰۰۷ بیش از حد جوان بودن برای ازدواج جسیکا نقش اصلی
۲۰۰۷ شاعر راشل نقش اصلی
۲۰۰۷ راز دختر من جاستین دایسرت نقش اصلی
۲۰۰۸ هرگز گریه نکن گرگینه لورن هانست نقش اصلی
۲۰۰۸ بازار آمریکایی الی شپرد نقش اصلی
۲۰۰۸ قانون موکی روزابلا نقش اصلی
۲۰۰۹ دگراسی به هالیوود میرود میا جونز یک مادر نوجوان
۲۰۰۹ کلویی آنا دوست دختر مایکل استوارت
۲۰۱۱ هم اتاقی ماریا دوست ربکا
۲۰۱۱ آرنا لوری لورد همسر حامله دیوید
۲۰۱۲ مزایای سر به زیر بودن کندیس خواهر چارلی کلمکیز
۲۰۱۴ بیا پلیس باشیم جوزی پیشخدمت کافه
۲۰۱۵ دختران نهایی ویکی سامرز دوست دختر سابق کریس
۲۰۱۶ روز میهن‌پرستان
۲۰۱۷ تریپل اکس: بازگشت زندر کیج بکی کلریدج

تلویزیون[ویرایش]

سال فیلم نقش توضیحات
۲۰۰۶–۲۰۰۹ دگراسی : نسل بعدی میا جونز ۵۲ قسمت
۲۰۰۸ مرز مایا ۲ اپیزود
۲۰۰۹ ساعت یازدهم گریس دال اپیزود : "Eternal"
۲۰۰۹–۲۰۱۵ خاطرات خون‌آشام الینا گیلبرت / کاترین پیرس نقش اصلی
۲۰۱۵ اصیل‌ها تاتیا اپیزود : "Red Door"
۲۰۱۵ مسابقه لب‌خوانی خودش اپیزود : "Tim Tebow vs Nina Dobrev"

صداپیشگی[ویرایش]

سال فیلم نقش اپیزود
۲۰۱۱ مرد خانواده قلدر دبیرستان لوئیس اپیزود : "Trading Places"
۲۰۱۱ Super Hero Squad Show الن اپیزود : "This Man-Thing, This Monster!"
۲۰۰۹ Merry Madagascar کوپید انیمیشن تلویزیونی

منابع[ویرایش]

Nina Dobrev
Nina Dobrev at SDCC 2014 for "Let's Be Cops" by Gage Skidmore 05.jpg
Dobrev in 2014
Born Nikolina Konstantinova Dobreva
(1989-01-09) January 9, 1989 (age 28)
Sofia, Bulgaria
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006–present
Notable work The Vampire Diaries
Home town Toronto, Canada

Nina Dobrev (born Nikolina Konstantinova Dobreva;[1] January 9, 1989[2]) is a Bulgarian-Canadian actress.[3][4] She portrayed Mia Jones on the drama series Degrassi: The Next Generation, and then played the role of Elena Gilbert on The CW's supernatural drama series The Vampire Diaries.

Dobrev has also starred in several feature films, including the 2012 film The Perks of Being a Wallflower, the 2014 comedy Let's Be Cops, the 2015 horror comedy The Final Girls, and the 2017 action movie xXx: Return of Xander Cage.

Early life

Dobrev was born in Sofia, Bulgaria, as Nikolina Konstantinova Dobreva (Bulgarian: Николина Константинова Добрева), and moved to Canada at the age of two, where she was raised in Toronto, Ontario.[5][6] She has an older brother, Aleksandar Dobrev. Her father, Konstantin Dobrev, is a computer specialist, and her mother, Michaela Dobreva (née Radeva), is an artist.[6]

Dobrev attended Vradenburg Junior Public School and J. B. Tyrrell Sr. Public School, where she started ballet and jazz classes, and competed in rhythmic gymnastics.[6] She took acting classes at Armstrong Acting Studios in Toronto.[citation needed] Dobrev subsequently attended the arts program at Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts in Scarborough,[7] until her graduating year.

Dobrev entered post-secondary studies at Ryerson University in Toronto, majoring in Sociology,[8] though her pursuit of an acting career prevented her from graduating.[9]

Career

Dobrev in 2008

Dobrev's first major acting role was as Mia on the teen drama television series Degrassi: The Next Generation, a role she played for three seasons starting in 2006.[5] She appeared in several feature films in the mid-2000s, including Fugitive Pieces and Away from Her. Dobrev also headlined a number of television films, including Sci Fi Channel's Never Cry Werewolf,[10] MTV's The American Mall,[11] and two Lifetime original movies. In 2007 she appeared in the music video of "You Got That Light" performed by Wade Allain-Marcus and David Baum.

Dobrev subsequently left Degrassi in 2009 to star in The CW's supernatural drama series The Vampire Diaries, a television adaptation of the book series of the same name, playing the lead role of Elena Gilbert.[5][12] Dobrev also played a series of dopplegangers of Elena on the series, most prominently 500-year old vampire Katherine Pierce.[13] She crossed over to The Vampire Diaries spinoff The Originals, as doppleganger character Tatia, in an episode in 2014.[14] In April 2015, Dobrev announced via Instagram that she would be leaving The Vampire Diaries after portraying Elena for six seasons.[15] In January 2017, it was announced that Dobrev would return as Elena in The Vampire Diaries series finale.[16]

Dobrev had a minor role in the erotic thriller Chloe,[5] theatrically released by Sony Pictures Classics on March 26, 2010.[17] The film had enjoyed commercial success and became director Atom Egoyan's biggest moneymaker ever.[18] She also had a small role in the 2011 film The Roommate.[19]

Dobrev at San Diego Comic-Con in 2011

In April 2011, Dobrev was cast as Candace Kelmeckis in the film adaptation of The Perks of Being a Wallflower, alongside Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, and Paul Rudd.[20] In August 2014, she starred alongside Jake Johnson and Damon Wayans Jr. in the 20th Century Fox comedy Let's Be Cops.[21][22]

Dobrev played the role of Vicki Summers in the 2015 horror comedy film The Final Girls.[23] In September 2015, Dobrev was cast in the film Arrivals, opposite Asa Butterfield and Maisie Williams, portraying the role of flight attendant Izzy;[24] the film was later retitled Departures, and was scheduled to go into production in April 2017.[25][26] The same year, she was cast in the romantic comedy Crash Pad, alongside Domhnall Gleeson and Christina Applegate, which began filming in Vancouver in fall 2015.[27]

In January 2016, it was announced that Dobrev was in talks to join the cast of the action film sequel XXX: Return of Xander Cage, opposite Vin Diesel and Samuel L. Jackson;[28][29] the film was released January 20, 2017,[30] with Dobrev playing the role of weapons specialist Becky Clearidge. In April of the same year, she was announced to be joining the 2017 film remake of Flatliners, opposite Ellen Page, playing the role an overachiever named Marlo.[31][32]

Personal life

Dobrev in 2014

Dobrev is multilingual and speaks English, French and Bulgarian.[33] While filming The Vampire Diaries Dobrev lived in Atlanta,[34] but moved to Los Angeles after leaving the series in 2015.[35]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Repo! The Genetic Opera Teenage Zydrate Addict Short film
2007 Away from Her Monica
2007 How She Move Tall Girl in Bathroom
2007 The Poet Rachel
2007 Fugitive Pieces Bella
2008 Mookie's Law Rosabella Bulut Short film
2009 You Got That Light Girl Short film
2009 Chloe Anna
2011 The Roommate Maria
2011 Arena Lori Lord
2012 The Perks of Being a Wallflower Candace Kelmeckis
2014 Let's Be Cops Josie
2015 The Final Girls Vicki Summers
2017 xXx: Return of Xander Cage Becky Clearidge
2017 Flatliners Marlo In post-production
TBA Departures Izzy Filming;[25] originally titled Arrivals

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2006 Playing House Young Frannie McKenzie Television film
2006–2009 Degrassi: The Next Generation Mia Jones Recurring role (season 6); main role (seasons 7–8); guest star (season 9): 52 episodes
2007 My Daughter's Secret Justine Dysert Television film
2007 Too Young to Marry Jessica Carpenter Television film
2008 The Border Stephenie Episodes: "Blowback", "Articles of Faith"
2008 Never Cry Werewolf Loren Hansett Television film
2008 The American Mall Ally Shepherd Television film
2009 Eleventh Hour Grace Dahl Episode: "Eternal"
2009 Degrassi Goes Hollywood Mia Jones Television film
2009–2017 The Vampire Diaries Elena Gilbert / Katherine Pierce / Amara Lead role (seasons 1–6); uncredited voice role (season 7);[36] guest star (season 8):[16] 134 episodes
2009 Merry Madagascar Cupid the Reindeer Christmas special; voice role
2011 Family Guy Lois' High School Bully Voice role; episode: "Trading Places"
2011 The Super Hero Squad Show Ellen Voice role; episode: "This Man-Thing, This Monster!"
2014 Robot Chicken Cortana / Abby / Jenny Curran Voice role; episode: "Panthropologie"
2014 The Originals Tatia[37] Episode: "Red Door"
2016 Lip Sync Battle Herself Episode: "Tim Tebow vs. Nina Dobrev"
2017 Workaholics Courtnee Episode: "Termidate"

Awards and nominations

Year Nominated work Association Category Result Ref.
2010 The Vampire Diaries Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Breakout Star – Female Won [38]
Choice TV Actress – Fantasy/Sci-Fi Won [38]
Young Hollywood Awards Making Their Mark Won [39]
Cast to Watch (with Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder) Won [39]
2011 The Vampire Diaries Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress – Fantasy/Sci-Fi Won [40]
Choice Hottie – Female Nominated [41]
Choice Vampire Nominated [42]
2012 The Vampire Diaries People's Choice Awards Favorite TV Drama Actress Won [43]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress – Fantasy/Sci-Fi Won [44]
The Perks of Being a Wallflower San Diego Film Critics Society Best Ensemble Performance Won [45]
2013 The Vampire Diaries People's Choice Awards Favorite Dramatic TV Actress Nominated [46]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress – Fantasy/Sci-Fi Won [47]
2014 The Vampire Diaries People's Choice Awards Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress Nominated [48]
Favorite On-Screen Chemistry (with Ian Somerhalder) Won [48]
mtvU Fandom Awards Ship Of The Year (with Ian Somerhalder) Won [49]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi Won [50]
Young Hollywood Awards Fan Favorite Actor – Female Nominated [51]
Best Threesome (with Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder) Won [51]
2015 The Vampire Diaries People's Choice Awards Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actress Nominated [52]
Favorite TV Duo (with Ian Somerhalder) Won [52]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi Won [53]
Choice TV: Liplock (with Ian Somerhalder) Won [53]
2017 xXx: Return of Xander Cage Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Action Pending [54]

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