actress Laura Diane Vandervoort She played the character Kara Kent, super girl in “Smallville: The Adventures of Superboy“.
The series opened the way for many others such as “Arrow” and “Supergirl” itself, starring Melissa Benoist.
Slightly changing what was presented in the films about Superman, the creators decided to focus on his story before becoming the hero that everyone knows. They detail his childhood and inexperience, showing Clark facing normal situations such as love, loss, and uncertainty.
Laura was born in Canada on September 22, 1984 and is currently 38 years old. On her social media profile, the star still draws attention to her beauty.
She continues to act, with some of her most recent works being the films ‘Conspiracy’, ‘See Me’ and the fourth season of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ series.
Vandervoort began his career at the age of 12. Despite considering herself shy and shy, she had already done small family presentations and had the opportunity to work as an extra, starting her career in children’s series and films on the Disney Channel.
After starring in ‘Instant Star’, she rose to prominence, appearing in other major roles until joining the cast of ‘Smallville’.
On Instagram, Laura has more than 313k followers and she is always sharing videos and photos showing her routines and also her new projects.
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The “Tomb Raider” franchise has had a huge hit of gaming that has been ported to the cinema with films starring actresses Angelina Jolie and Alicia Vikander. They were “Lara Croft: Tomb Raider”, “Lara Croft – Tomb Raider: The Origin of Life”, and “Tomb Raider: The Origin”. After a few years without news, fans finally got some good news…know more!
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