Danny Ramirez Biography
Danny Ramirez is an American actor of Colombian and Mexican origin well known for his appearance in Assassination Nation in 2018, Top Gun: Maverick in 2020 and Lost Transmissions in 2019.
He made his TV debut on Showtime’s, The Affair pursued by jobs on NBC’s Blindspot and the element film, Rapid Eye Movement while going to New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.
He at present reoccurs as Wes on Fox’s The Gifted and on Netflix arrangement On My Block. He additionally visitor featured in Orange Is The New Black. A portion of his remarkable film credits includes Sam Levinson’s Assassination Nation which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival and MGM’s Valley Girl melodic revamp. In August 2018, Ramirez’s throwing was declared for Top Gun: Maverick slated to be discharged in the late spring of 2020.
Danny Ramirez Age
He was born on September 17, 1997, in Chicago, IL. He is 21 years old as of 2018
Danny Ramirez Family
His family is not known. He lives a low key life and he has not spoken of parents, siblings, wife or children in
Danny Ramirez Height
He stands at an average height of 5′ 9″ (1.75 m)
Danny Ramirez Top Gun: Maverick
He is cast as Pilot trainee in the up and coming American activity show movie Top Gun: Maverick coordinated by Joseph Kosinski, delivered by Jerry Bruckheimer, Tom Cruise, David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Don Granger with screenplay composed by Peter Craig, Justin Marks, Christopher McQuarrie, and Eric Warren Singer. It is the continuation of Top Gun in 1986 and stars Tom Cruise, Miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm, Glen Powell, Lewis Pullman, Ed Harris, and Val Kilmer, with Cruise and Kilmer repeating their jobs from the main film.
Danny Ramirez Valley Girl
Ramirez was cast as Chip in the upcoming American comedy musical film Valley Girl
Danny Ramirez Lost Transmissions
Ramirez was cast as Jake in the 2019 independent drama film Lost Transmissions
Danny Ramirez Interview
In October 2018, the Global South Unit for Mediation (GSUM, IRI / PUC-Rio) interviewed Danny Ramírez, participant of the Colombian Truth Commission.
Danny answered the following questions:
00:07 Do you agree that the Havana peace negotiations were innovative in terms of society’s inclusion? What criticisms would you make to this claim?
01:05 What are the main successes and errors in the implementation of the WPS Agenda in Colombia?
Danny Ramírez was in Rio de Janeiro for the seminar “Gender, Violence, and Peacebuilding: Perspectives and Debates on International Politics”, held by GSUM and PUC-Rio with support from the Norwegian Center for Conflict Resolution (NOREF) and the British Embassy.
GSUM is an initiative of the Institute of International Relations of the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro through the BRICS Policy Center.