Isabela Moner Desnuda
Isabela Moner Desnuda : Isabela Yolanda Moner Pizarro (July 10, 2001, Cleveland, Ohio), also known by her stage name Isabela Merced, is a Peruvian-American actress and singer who is best known for her leading roles in Dora and the Lost City, 100 Things to Do Before High School, in addition to being chosen to play Izabella in Transformers: The Last Knight, among other productions.Isabela Moner Desnuda
Isabela was born in Cleveland, Ohio, daughter of Patrick Moner, born in Indiana, United States, and Katherine Pizarro, born in Lima, (Peru). On more than one occasion, she confessed to being very proud of her Peruvian roots. Despite being born in Cleveland, Ohio, she has a National Identity Document (Peru) and knows Peruvian customs and traditions. “My mother raised me speaking Spanish in a house where we have eaten a lot of Peruvian food,” she revealed.Isabela Moner Desnuda
At the age of 10, Isabela made her Broadway debut in a production of Evita, in which she sang in Spanish with Ricky Martin and showcased her Latino heritage. Isabela Moner Desnuda
From 2014 to 2016, she played CJ Martin, the lead role in the Nickelodeon television series 100 Things to Do Before High School. In 2015, she appeared as Lori Collins in the original Nickelodeon film, Splitting Adam, and was cast as Sadie, one of the lead roles in Legends of the Hidden Temple: The Movie. In May 2016, she was cast in the role of Izabella in the film Transformers: The Last Knight, which was released in June 2017. She then voiced Heather in the animated film The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature, which was released in theaters on August 2017. In December 2016, Moner was cast in a major role in Sicario: Day of the Soldado, a sequel to the 2015 film Sicario. The film was released in theaters on June 29 of 2018. Isabela Moner Desnuda
In 2019, Moner stars in the film Dora and the Lost City, a live-action version of the animated television series Dora the Explorer, as well as starring in the Netflix film Let It Snow, an American Christmas romantic comedy film directed by Luke Snellin from a screenplay by Kay Cannon, Victoria Strouse and Laura Solon, based on the novel of the same name by Maureen Johnson, John Green and Lauren Myracle.