Lana Therese Condor is an American actress and dancer. She made became popular with her role of Jubilation Lee / Jubilee in the 2016 superhero film X-Men: Apocalypse and had her first lead role as Lara Jean Covey in the 2018 film adaptation of To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.
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She was born in Vietnam
She was born in Vietnam but was adopted as a child and raised in Chicago. “I was born in Vietnam and I was adopted by an Irish lady and a Hungarian man, and then I moved to America,” she told Teen Vogue. “So, in a way, I grew up in a mixed household, because my brother and I are Asian, and our parents are white.”
She has actually been taken for three years now
He even writes her love letters! “He’s done that since we started dating and I keep them all,” she told Us Weekly. “We try to keep the spark alive!”
“I still write love letters now and so does my boyfriend,” she told Rollercoaster magazine, according to E! Online. “He even draws pictures on the front. I would say he’s more romantic than I am!”
Despite her longterm relationship, she still loved filming the kissing scenes in the movie
“I think my favorite was when Lara Jean comes up to him and she’s like, ‘Let’s do this’ and he just grabs her and kisses her in front of everyone, not caring at all what anyone else thought,” she told the Decider. “I love that because it was so unexpected. But then also the hot tub scene was great because we got to spend the day in the hot tub. Filming kissing scenes with Noah was one of my favorite things.”