Nina Dobrev
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Nina Dobrev: What Is Her Net Worth and What Makes Her New Show, ‘Fam’ Scary?

Actress Nina Dobrev made a name for herself playing Mia Jones on Degrassi: The Next Generation. And Elena Gilbert on the teen hit series, The Vampire Diaries. Since leaving the show, Dobrev has tried her hand at other genres and acting, including comedy. She proved she had the acting chops to be versatile as Dobrev made an appearance in comedy series Robot Chicken and film Dog Days.

She was born in Bulgaria. She was born in Sofia, Bulgaria and lived there until she was two years old. Her family later moved to Toronto, Canada, where she was raised.

Her name isn’t actually Nina Dobrev. Her full name is Nikolina Konstantinova Dobreva.

Her first major role was on DegrassiNina joined the show during its 6th season as Mia. She stayed 3 seasons until her character decided to move to Paris.

Nina Dobrev

She went to college, but dropped out before finishingNina was studying sociology at Ryerson University in Toronto, until she decided to continue to act.

According to a January 10 report by TVLine, Nina Dobrev is opening up about drawing inspiration from Jennifer Aniston for her latest role, where she plays a character named Clem on the comedy series Fam.

Nina claims that when she met with the wardrobe designer, she revealed that she wanted her looks to be “effortless” like Aniston’s character, Rachel, on Friends, with the same type of vibe.

However, the wardrobe choices may have been one of the easiest parts of filming the sitcom. Dobrev reveals that she was terrified to do the show and that she even visited the set of shows such as The Big Bang Theory and Momto watch some sitcom vets go to work in hopes of preparing herself a bit better for the role.

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