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Blu del Barrio is a famous American actor from Southern California.
Since they were seven years old, they have performed in theater and short films. Del Barrio is best known for her role in 'Star Trek: Discovery'.
Blu del Barrio studied at the Crossroads School in California. They graduated from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art in 2019. They were a finalist for the theatre category of the 2016 National YoungArts Foundation Awards.
The only significant screen appearance Del Barrio appeared in is Adira Tal. It was in season three of 'Star Trek: Discovery'. Del Barrio is the first openly non-binary actor in the Trek series who acted in the season. Tal is a human implanted by a Trill and is the first Trek character to identify as non-binary.
Since they were 7 years old, they have performed in theatrical productions and have also taken ballet classes.
Blu del Barrio is a famous American actor known for their work on 'Star Trek: Discovery'. They have an estimated net worth of about $1 million.
The annual income of Blu del Barrio is not known.
Blu del Barrio is 5 ft 2 in (157.4 cm) tall.
Blu del Barrio is 25 years old. They were born on September 15, 1997.
Blu del Barrio was born and brought up in Topanga, Southern California, to Argentinian parents. Del Barrio attended Crossroads School in California and competed in the theater category of the 2016 National YoungArts Foundation Awards. They also participated in ballet as children.
Del Barrio later pursued a degree in 2019 after studying at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. While attending the Royal College of Music in London, they performed as Duke in the musical 'Otis & Eunice'.
Del Barrio uses they/he pronouns and identifies as non-binary. They saw Lachlan Watson on TV and thought they could be non-binary. In 2019, they went with the initial name 'Blu' in recognition of their favorite childhood hue.
The casting of a non-binary character in 'Star Trek: Discovery' aided their public coming out. Del Barrio is a native Spanish and English speaker.
Information regarding their dating life is not available.
Since they were seven years old, Del Barrio has performed in theater and short films. It was revealed that they would join the 'Star Trek: Discovery' cast as Adira Tal for season three in September 2020. Adira is the first non-binary character in Star Trek, and Del Barrio is the first non-binary actress in the franchise.
As non-binary role models for their careers, Del Barrio has cited Lachlan Watson, Indya Moore, Bex Taylor-Klaus, Theo Germaine, Asia Kate Dillon, and Brigette Lundy-Paine.
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