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Paisley (Dog)

Breed: Yorkshire Terrier | Adopted Jun 2013

Cierra Ramirez adopted a Yorkshire Terrier named Paisley in June 2013.

Lennon (Dog)

Breed: French Bulldog

Cierra Ramirez later adopted a French Bulldog named Lennon.

Cierra Ramirez

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March 9, 1995 (29)

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Cierra Ramirez is an American actress and singer, known primarily for her roles in the television series “The Fosters” and its spin-off “Good Trouble,” where she portrays Mariana Adams Foster. Her performance in “The Fosters” earned her critical acclaim and several nominations for Teen Choice Awards.

In her career, Ramirez has undertaken a variety of roles across both television and film, highlighting her diverse acting capabilities. Her filmography includes significant roles in movies such as “Girl in Progress” (2012) for which she won an ALMA Award for Favorite Movie Actress Supporting Role. On television, beyond “The Fosters” and “Good Trouble,” she has made notable appearances in shows like “The Secret Life of the American Teenager.” In addition to her acting career, Ramirez has ventured into voice acting, contributing her voice to the character America Chavez in the animated series “Marvel Rising.”

Cierra Ramirez’s career has been marked by significant collaborations with fellow actors and creatives, contributing to her professional growth and the success of her projects. She has worked closely with Maia Mitchell in both “The Fosters” and “Good Trouble,” developing an on-screen relationship that resonated with audiences. Other notable collaborators include Teri Polo and Sherri Saum, who played her adoptive mothers in “The Fosters,” providing a dynamic familial on-screen chemistry. Collaborations with Noah Centineo and David Lambert, who played her brothers on the same show. Additionally, her work with Hayden Byerly highlighted a deep, sibling-like connection that was pivotal to her character’s story arcs.