Pandora’s latest advert has sparked the interest of many featuring Ashley Graham and a familiar actress. Who is the actress in Pandora’s Brilliance advert?
The Danish jewellery brand “Pandora” has launched its first sustainable lab-created diamond collection, now available in the UK.
The advert released for Pandora’s latest diamond collection features two breathtaking females: the gorgeous plus-size model Ashley Graham, and a beautiful actress.
Who is the actress in Pandora’s 2021 Brilliance advert?
The actress in Pandora’s 2021 Brilliance advert is Rosario Dawson.
Rosario Dawson is a 41-year-old actress and producer, born on May 9th, 1979 in New York City.
Her mother, named Isabel Celeste, is of Cuban and Puerto Rican ancestry and gave birth to Rosario at the age of 16. Her father is named Patrick C. Harris, but the actress got her step-father’s surname instead, “Dawson.”
Dawson has been in the public eye for years. She made her debut in the 1995 film Kids at the age of just 16.
Since then, the talented actress has been featured in many productions, including “Trance”(2013), “Unforgettable” (2017), “Daredevil” (2015), “Jane the Virgin” (2014), and Star Wars: The Mandalorian (2019).
Dawson is very involved in politics and philanthropy. She endorsed the presidential campaign of Bernie Sanders for the 2020 US elections, while she supports many charities and foundations, including Lower East Side Girls Club, Oxfam, and One Campaign.
In terms of her personal life, the 41-year-old actress is in a relationship with the American politician Sen. Cory Booker since 2018.
Rosario Dawson star in “The Water Man” produced by Oprah Winfrey
Apart from becoming an ambassador for “Pandora” and being a part of the Brilliance advert, Rosario Dawson acting career doesn’t stop.
She is the star of “The Water Man,” a film executively produced by the famous host and author Oprah Winfrey, directed by David Oyelowo.
Dawson talking about “The Water Man” on USA Today revealed that: “it’s a journey so many of us can relate to and it’s done with a family of colour: It still has all the fun magical realism that I grew up loving but didn’t necessarily actually see myself in. It is important to start being way more inclusive in our storytelling and give us the chance to relate to each other in that way.”