Westworld: all the hot girls

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Many factors have contributed to the success of one of the most compelling TV series of 2016, Wetsworld, including a female cast truly charming, even in minor roles.

If Dolores and Maeve have broken the chains of Westworld and pulled – unwittingly – the thread of this story, the TV series that perhaps left more sign in the year just past, and which is expected already forward to the second season, was full of female characters. Hostesses, controllers, mistress and outlaws have all left their mark. Only now, while Evan Rachel Wood and Thandie Newton vie for the spotlight and the accolades in the long season of TV series and film awards, for other risk it is to fall, however, into oblivion. Here it is then, first and last name, the (other) girls theme park perhaps more shocking in the history of fiction. In all their bravery and beauty.

Angela Sarafyan

In Westworld Angela Sarafyan portrays Clementine Pennyfeather. Born in Yerevan, the Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic, she moved with her parents in the United States when she was four. She made her debut in 2000 by taking part in an episode of the television series Judging Amy. Following collects numerous appearances in TV productions such as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Shield, 24, CSI: NY, The Mentalist and many more. She also appears in the single Stronger video clips of Britney Spears. The film debut is in 2004 in the film The Last Run. After she starred in The Informers  by Gregor Jordan, in the television series The Good Guys, with Bradley Whitford and Colin Hanks. In 2012 gets the role of the Egyptian vampire Tia in the film The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2. She is noted alongside Marion Cotillard and Joaquin Phoenix in The Immigrant and in Paranoia, with Liam Hemsworth and Gary Oldman.

Tessa Thompson

Born in Los Angeles (California), Tessa is the daughter of singer-songwriter Marc A. Thompson of the band Chocolate Genius of New York, and granddaughter of the actor / musician Bobby Ramos, one of the first Latin American to have their own TV show. She was nominated for the NAACP Image Award for her role as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, her first Shakespearean production. Later she appeared in The Tempest, Twelfth Night, Summertime, Grease and Guys and Dolls. She was an active member of The Colony Theater in Burbank (California), where she played the title role at the premiere of The Storm of 2005. She took part in a short television series of The CW’s Hidden Palms in the role of Nikki, however, the role she played more popular has been to Jackie Cook in the TV series Veronica Mars, which has become a regular character in the second season. In 2015 she starred opposite Michael B. Jordan in the movie Creed.