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Golden Globe winner GINA RODRIGUEZ (Gloria) is one of Hollywood's most gifted stars, balancing roles in both television and film.

On the small screen, Rodriguez stars on the award-winning CW series "Jane the Virgin," which will conclude its fifth and final season this year. The comedic drama, created by Jennie Snyder Urman, is about a young religious Latina virgin who becomes pregnant after accidentally being artificially inseminated. In addition to Rodriguez winning the Golden Globe for her performance, the series has additionally been nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Comedy Series, received the Peabody Award, and was named Program of the Year by the American Film Institute. Additionally on television, Rodriguez produces and lends her voice to the Netflix animated series "Carmen Sandiego," playing the title character and reviving the popular character which audiences fell in love with in the 1980s and 90s. The series will debut January 18th.

Rodriguez recently wrapped production on Miranda July's independent untitled heist thriller starring opposite Evan Rachel Wood and Richard Jenkins. The film, which is in post-production, will be released later this year. In April, Rodriguez stars and produces Someone Great, starring opposite Lakeith Stanfield, Britney Snow, Dewanda Wise and Rosario Dawson. This film tells the story of a woman who travels with her two best friends to New York City after a nasty break up.

Other film credits include Paramount's Annihilation opposite Natalie Portman for director Alex Garland, Lionsgate's Deepwater Horizon opposite Mark Wahlberg and Kurt Russell for director Peter Berg, Twentieth Century Fox's animated film Ferdinand and Warner Bros.' animated film Smallfoot.

In addition to acting, Rodriguez is a leader in supporting inclusion and the empowerment of women. This passion led her to create her production company, I Can and I Will Productions, with a mission to create art that tells stories from the traditionally unseen and unheard. She also established the We Will Foundation with her family, which is designed to focus on arts education and scholarship funding for the less fortunate, with the aim of championing and lifting up young women and men.

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