- Lana Condor is a famous actress
- She starred in the To All The Boys Netflix films
- Learn more about her rise to fame below
American actress Lana Condor was born May 11, 1997, in Vietnam. When she was only a few months old she was adopted by her American parents Bob and Mary Condor along with her non-biological brother Arthur.
Bob Condor himself was no stranger to fame as a two-time Pulitzer nominated journalist, and her adoptive parents made sure she had every opportunity available to her as a child, including professional ballet training and acting courses.
Lana Condor's Rise To Fame
Lana Condor would make her acting debut in 2016 in popular superhero film X-Men: Apocalypse. She would continue to gain recognition following roles in Patriot's Day (2016), and James Franco film High School Lover (2017).
Her big break, however, would come when Netflix producers cast her as "Lara Jean Covey" in the 2018 romantic drama To All the Boys I've Loved Before. The film has been so successful that Lana has also starred in its sequel To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, and once again in the third film of the series, To All the Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean!
Lana Condor Today
The now 25-year-old has seen so much success in the five years since her acting debut! In addition to her Netflix fame, she has also been trying her hand at being a YouTuber. With over 861,000 subscribers, we'd say she has been successful at that too!
In her free time, Lana enjoys spending time with her boyfriend of seven years, actor and musician Anthony De La Torre. The couple met at a Hollywood event in 2015, and the rest is history! While we wait for more films starring Lana, you can keep up to date with her on YouTube!