Who is Camila Mendes
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Camila was born on June 29, 1994 in Charlottesville, Virginia. She spent her childhood in Florida and later earned her college degree at the prestigious New York University Tisch School of the Arts.
Personal Life: Camila began a relationship with her “Riverdale” co-star Charles Melton in August 2018, and in December 2019, it was reported that the couple had split up a few months earlier. In November 2019, Mendes adopted an adorable Maltipoo puppy, Truffle, from the Los Angeles animal rescue organization the Labelle Foundation. In March 2020, Camila called the puppy her “cuddly lil quarantine companion” and encouraged her Instagram followers to foster an animal while they’re spending so much time at home. Mendes identifies as Latin American and speaks Portuguese. She has experienced discrimination in Hollywood, and in a 2017 interview with “People Chica,” she stated, “I often hear things like, ‘You don’t look Latina enough,’ and that mentality is so backwards. The fact is: I am Latina, so how are you going to tell me that I don’t look Latina?”
Inspirational Quotes by Camila Mendes
"I often hear things like, 'You don't look Latina enough,' and that mentality is so backwards. The fact is, I am Latina, so how are you going to tell me that I don't look Latina?"
"It was tragic every single time my mom told me we were moving. I would always envy my friends who had grown up in the same house their entire life, and they had markings on the wall of 'me at five years old' and all that. It made me so sad. I wished I'd had that."
"Bullies have a soft spot, and mean girls have a reason to be that way. It's a matter of understanding why a person is the way they are."
"I'm a Brazilian - full blood, parents born and raised, and I lived there for a little bit - but I didn't grow up there."
"In high school, I always had boyfriends - it wasn't healthy! I was so used to having someone around that when I was finally on my own, it felt scary."