Joana Ribeiro Biography
Joana Ribeiro is a Portuguese-born actress well known for her roles in The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (2018), Crooked Lines (2019), and Infinite (2021). She appears in the new Showtime Sci-Fi series The Man Who Fell to Earth.
Here is all you need to know about Joana Ribeiro’s Bio, Birthday, Husband, Age, Height, Family, Net Worth, Wikipedia, Instagram, Net Worth, and Instagram.
Joana Ribeiro Age, Birthday
She is 30 years old. Born on 25 March 1992 in Lisbon, Portugal she celebrates her birthday on 25 March each year. Her zodiac sign is Aries.
Joana Ribeiro Husband
Joana is Single. There are no online records connecting her to anyone romantically. In case of any development regarding the romantic aspect of her life, we will be sure to update you.
Joana Ribeiro Education
For her educational background, Joana went to school in Lisbon. She studied acting but she initially majored in architecture before switching to acting.
Joana Ribeiro Parents and Siblings
Ribeiro was brought into this world by her loving parents On 25 March 1992 in Lisbon, Portugal. Her mother was a veterinarian while her father was an engineer. Further information regarding her parents’ names, age, and current whereabouts are unavailable.
It is also not known if she has any siblings.
Joana Ribeiro Height,Weight
Ribeiro stands at an estimated height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Joana Ribeiro The Man Who Fell To Earth
Joana portrays the role of Lisa Dominguez, a smart, ambitious, and talented signals specialist at the CIA who works for Clay. Her previous roles include Angelica in Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, lda in At an Uncertain Time, and many more.
The Man Who Fell To Earth is an American up and coming n science fiction television series created by Jenny Lumet and Alex Kurtzman and is set to premiere on Showtime on April 24, 2022. The series is based on a previously made film in 1976 starring David Bowie and on the 1963 novel of the same name by Walter Tevis.
According to critics and reviewers, Jenny Lumet and Alex Kurtzman are purely the extensions of the Walter Tevis novel and cult classic Nicolas Roeg film. The show is at least three to four other shows according to 4 episodes sent to movie critics.
The director of the first 4 episodes makes no effort to replicate the haunting, beautiful and often surreal visuals from the movie, unlike Nicolas Roeg. However, it is safe to not assume that the movie isn’t eye-popping and ear-popping. The movie uses extreme camera angles and intrusive sound design to capture Faraday’s perspective on our world.