Lorena Andrea (Born 12 April 1994) is an Actress. She is known for her portrayal of sister Lilith in the American fantasy drama Netflix series Warrior Nun. Here is her biography, wiki, photos, films, and more.
Lorena Andrea was born and brought up in London, England, United Kingdom. She was born to Spanish and Colombian parents. She was fond of acting since childhood. She attended several Youth Theatre groups like the prestigious Anna Scher Theatre School. She did her schooling from Local High School. Her zodiac sign is Aries.
Lorena Andrea Wiki, Biography, Warrior Nun, Age, Height, Movies, and TV Shows
|Profession||Actress, Model, Entrepreneur|
|Known For||Netflix series Warrior Nun|
|Date of Birth||12 April 1994|
|Birthplace||London, United Kingdom|
|Age (as in 2021)||27 Years|
|Hometown||London, United Kingdom|
|School||Local High School|
|Education Qualification||High School Graduated|
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|Father||Name not known|
|Mother||Name not known|
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|Height||in centimetres- 170 cm|
in meters- 1.70 m
in feet inches- 5’7″
|Weight||in kilogram- 58 Kg|
In pounds- 128 lbs
Lorena Andrea was fond of acting since childhood. She attended several Youth Theatre groups like the prestigious Anna Scher Theatre School. This acting school, She got trained in acting and created a really strong passion to do a career in acting. In 2007, Her performance at the prestigious Anna Scher Theatre School gave her a chance to make her first debut in the CBBC show named The Pod.
She made her feature film debut in 2018 with the film named Jesters. She played role of Sophia in this movie. She has also appeared in the movies like Unhinged and House on Elm Lake. She has also worked in Michael Noer’s new rendition of the 1973 classic Papillon in the role of Lali.
Andrea gained a lot of fame after her portrayal of Sister Lilith in the American fantasy drama Netflix series Warrior Nun. This series also starred Alba Baptista, Emilio Sakraya, May Simón Lifschitz. Andrea has also starred in several award-winning short films such as Salaam-StDenis2015 in the role of Hasna Aït Boulahcen, multi-award-winning Signs of Silence and Lithium.
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- Lorena Andrea was born on 12 April 1994 in London, United Kingdom.
- Her zodiac sign is Aries.
- She was born to Spanish and Colombian parents.
- She is known for her appearance in the movie No Man’s Land (2019).
- She is fluent in English and Spanish.
- She likes reading and doing photography.
- she was in one of the top swimming teams in the country also has won many competitions.
- She is a martial arts enthusiast.
- she practices MMA and teaches Body Combat.
This article highlights the biography, wiki, and life story of an Actress “Lorena Andrea” who is known for playing the role of sister Lilith in the American fantasy drama Netflix series Warrior Nun.
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One of Netflix’s newest original series stars a group of nuns who fight demons. Yes, really.
Warrior Nun dropped on Netflix on July 2. Based on a comic series named Warrior Nun Areala, the show follows Ava who goes from being a dead, paraplegic orphan to a resurrected and walking orphan. She later finds out her transformation is thanks to a holy relic named The Halo embedded in her back that chose her to be the next Warrior Nun. Over the course of the season, Ava learns about the Order of the Cruciform Sword (OCS): a secret sect of the Catholic Church dedicated to fighting supernatural evil and home to the warrior nuns. Ava spends the season debating whether or not she wants to join the sisters and save the world or seek out freedom and adventure for the first time in her short life.
Lorena Andrea stars as Lilith, one of the warrior nuns who spends the season locked in intense fight scenes with her sisters while trying to take The Halo back from Ava, leading undercover missions, and going through hell and back — literally.
However, Andrea, much like the rest of us, has been in quarantine for much of the last few months. “I’ve been well. I’ve just been trying to stay positive and productive.” Andrea told me about the puppy she adopted before going into quarantine and what a difference she’s made in quarantine life. “She’s brought joy to everyone in the family and all of my friends,” Andrea said. “It’s been really nice to have the company and be able to put a smile on everyone’s faces.”
Photo courtesy of Netflix
Warrior Nun is full of badass fight scenes complete with swords and crossbows. And with the women handling the brunt of the brawls, I was reminded of Wonder Woman and the Amazons while watching. Andrea says she and her costars thought the exact same thing. “The first day, it was all of the main warrior nuns and we did about two weeks of tactical training,” Andrea said. “We learned how to break into rooms, use different weapons, all while staying as a team and using each other.” Then they focused on individual fights. Andrea says her and her stunt double focused on Tali fighting: a Filipino martial art. “We trained pretty much every day and even in between, when we were filming on set, we’d still be training.”
Lilith’s main opponent throughout the series is a member of the OCS affectionately nicknamed Shotgun Mary. While Lilith tries to take back The Halo from Ava, Mary (played by Toya Turner) does her best to keep Lilith from Ava, assuming that removing The Halo from her will bring her back to her original state — which is dead.
Andrea said that she and Turner were “adamant” about wanting to do as many of their own stunts as they could. “‘We will do whatever it takes, we’ll train every day, night and day.’ We were so on it,” Andrea said. “For both of us, it was definitely something new and really exciting. I wanted to fully immerse myself in every area as much as I could.”
Warrior Nun comes at a time when there has been a big push for better female representation, particularly in superhero movies. Although there has been progress with movies like Captain Marvel and Wonder Woman, there is still a lot of work to be done. Andrea believes that Warrior Nun is a part of the push. “There’s a lot of corruption in the positions of power, and the women are doing a lot of the work and the men are getting all the praise for it,” Andrea said. “The show highlights that very well. It’s also very empowering because, of course, the women are saving the world.”
Although a second season is up in the air at the moment, Andrea has some things she’d like to see if the show continues. “I would really like to see Lilith use her powers for good,” she said. “In this season, she was fighting on the wrong side for the wrong people, so I’m really looking forward to her using that for good.”
Going forward, Andrea is currently working on a film she can’t really talk about at the moment, although production was paused due to the pandemic. Other than that, she’s on the lookout for future roles that seem like good fits. “I’m reading a lot of scripts, and I guess I’m just waiting for the right one to come along. It’s like an instinct. I have a gut feeling and when I know, I know, so I’m waiting for that to come again.”
Header image: Courtesy of Netflix/NETFLIX © 2020
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Lorena Andrea is an English actress known for Netflix’s new series “Warrior Nun.”
She has starred in the award winning short movies before her professional debut in 2016.
Moroever, her new series, “Warrior Nun” has started in a high note in Netflix. The fantsay drama is the adaptation of the comic book series. The series had high hopes before release and it has stunned the viewers with it’s originality.
|Birthday||April 12, 1994|
10 Facts on Lorena Andrea
- Lorena Andrea is the English actress known for her exquisite role in the Netflix’s fantsay thriller, “Warrior Nun.” The show has been relesed in Netflix on July 2, 2020.
- Moreover, Lorena is around 26 years of age. She was born on April 12, 1994 in London, United Kingdom.
- The actress has played the role of “Sister Lilith” in the Netflix’s show. The show is about a orphan teenager who develops superpowers. The reviews have been exceptionally good for the show.
- However, she doesn’t have a wikipedia biography till date. She does have Imdb biography though. She is surely going to have her wiki very soon.
- Likewise, she loves keeping herself under the weather. Keeping a low profile is her kind of thing, at least seems so.
- As a result, she doesn’t have her instagram account either. She was in twitter in 2011 but left without even a single tweet.
- Moreover, she is supposed to have the height of 1.55 meters around. Also, she is very pretty and has a slim body physique.
- Moving on, the actress’s dating life still remains a mystery. As she tends to keep her life private, no any rumors are leaked of her boyfriend till date.
- Similarly, there aren’t much facts about her family. She was born to Spanish and Colombian parents in London.
- Furthermore, she was known for exclusive short movies before. But she came professional with “Jesters” and “No Man’s Land.” However her most important role came in “Warrior Nun” which is justified beyond measures.
April 12, 1994
London, United Kingdom
Lorena Andrea was born in London, to Spanish and Colombian parents. She developed a love for acting very early on, attending several Youth Theatre groups including the prestigious Anna Scher Theatre School. It was at this school where she embarked on her passion for performance which eventually lead to landing her first role in CBBC show The Pod (2007). Lorena has a strong background in sports and dance, she was in one of the top swimming teams in the country and won numerous competitions. A big martial arts enthusiast she practices MMA and teaches Body Combat. Fluent in both English and Spanish.
Lorena made her feature film debut in 2016 when she joined the cast of Jesters (2018) as Sofia, a Colombian student. She went on to co-star in films such as Horror remake Unhinged (2017) and House on Elm Lake (2017). She also appeared in Michael Noer's new rendition of the 1973 classic Papillon (2017) as Lali, a Wayuu Indian woman who rescues Papillon Charlie Hunnam and nurses him back to health.
Andrea has also starred in several award winning short films such as Salaam-StDenis2015 (2016) portraying Hasna Aït Boulahcen, the infamous suicide bomber. Lithium (2016) a solo character spy drama and multi award-winning Signs of Silence (2016).
In early 2018, Lorena was cast as the female lead Lotsee opposite Chris Routhe in No Man's Land (2019) a Western/Action film set in late 1800's Texas, her first film in the USA. In the film, Lorena performs all her own stunts which include Horse Riding, Knife fighting and MMA.
Under the Spanish Sun With Lorena Andrea
Lorena Andrea, who stars in Netflix’s Warrior Nun, talks about her role in the hit series, the importance of inclusive storytelling and the how she is taking the time to slow down.
Lorena was photographed by me on location in Southern Spain at Villa Girasol.
Thank you again for taking the time to get creative and photograph you virtually! It was great to travel to Spain! Did you grow up in Spain?
I was born and raised in London but my mom is from Spain and my dad is from Colombia.
Did you do a lot of traveling between the two growing up?
I traveled every year to Spain and then maybe every two or three years to Colombia—we would do Christmas there and summer in Spain. I was always back and forth. At some point I lived in Spain for three years when I was a teen, then I went back to London.
How did you first get into acting?
Since I was young, I was always very creative, I would put on shows and dance, act and puppets was a big thing for me—my sister and I would put on shows for my family. My mom is a dancer but she was also very creative and an artist. She always encouraged me to go to take a class. I was maybe about six when I stepped into my first acting class—I was really young. I was actually very shy in front of all of the other kids, but it definitely brought me out of my shell massively. I met my first agent there and I started doing small jobs here and there on TV or theater, it was so much fun, I just loved it. I met a lot of great people.
Since you have been acting since you were young, was there ever a point when you got older that you had to ask if you wanted to do it as a career?
This wasn’t something I was going to do, at the same time, whilst I was acting, I was also swimming. I was very athletic; I did a bunch of sports. When I was 12, I got into the swimming team and I started competing all around the country. Time kind of passed me by and I let the acting thing sizzle because I focused on sports. After a few years, it got to the point where I had to decide if I wanted to train to go to the Olympics. In that moment, I remember being like no, I am an actress—this is what I want to do and what I am a passionate about. It’s all I kept thinking, it was always in the back of my mind. So I called up my old agent and asked, will you take me back? I know I had been slacking for a few years and they said, yes of course. So I slowly got back into auditions with my agent, and I started training again and doing bits of theater, film and TV. It was growing and it was a journey—it has been getting bigger and better ever since.
In normal times, do you usually call Los Angeles home?
So I moved to LA last year. I figured out that I would be moving between London and LA, it felt like the right fit because I was getting a lot of opportunities there. There is something about the lifestyle in LA that just really agreed with me, it was the exact opposite of London, but sometimes you just need that. It’s very chill and zen. You can live more in the present when you are there. London has so many amazing things that are very unique to London, but there is a pace there and it’s something that LA is the opposite of. I think I realized that when I was filming Warrior Nun actually. I was living in the south of Spain for almost five months and it was very chill. At the beginning, I was adapting to the new change and people were really slow, you go to a restaurant and they wait ten minutes to come and take your order, that would never fly in London. However, when I left and got back to London, it was almost a culture shock. I was like, everyone is moving so fast. When I am not on set, I need to be chill and relaxed and that was when I knew it was a proper time to move to LA. I had been thinking about it for so long.
Lorena is wearing a Dolores Promesas dress.
Congratulations on the success of the show! Can you share a little bit more about your character?
So my character is one of the Warrior Nuns, she is part of secret order called the OCS and she’s actually a legacy nun, which means she has been groomed for the halo. The halo, as you know, is this device that gives you super powers. My character, Lilith has been groomed for the halo and she comes from a long line of warrior nuns but she doesn’t get the halo. She is passionate, ambitious, very loyal and dedicated to this order. She is ride or die for the mission. She loves her sisters above anything else because they are her only family.
Since you were an athlete before, did you have to step back into that mode to prepare for all of the action scenes?
I think every project is different, even if it has action or even if it’s physical. I had just come from doing a film where I played an MMA fighter so I was quite fit. I wouldn’t say I was prepared but when we arrived the training was five-hours a day at the beginning—it was really intense. It was unlike any other training I had done, we didn’t have a ton of time, so on our days off, it would mean a full-day of training. When you are shooting and training at the same time, you have to have a mindset of just keep going.
Since you shot the series around Andalusia and southern spain, did you have a favorite location?
All of the churches were pretty amazing. I hadn’t really seen anything like it, I don’t step into churches a lot (laughs) so when I was going into these grand buildings, the architecture was beautiful and there were so many medieval towns.
When it comes to your work, which types of projects speak to you the most?
I am very excited about roles that call for me to change physically, maybe like a massive physical change or something that really requires me to fully embody the character and completely leave who I am. Also, I think roles that I really connect with on a deep level. There have been many people around me and I never saw their stories reflected on screen. I think storytelling has the power to showcase the world that you want to see. That is something that I have always been passionate about. I am always drawn to things that I have never seen before—I think that’s a good way to put it.
I think people want something that is unique and different.
I think we are headed in that direction and I am excited about it.
I’ve noticed you aren’t dedicated to posting on social media—I respect that so much. When it comes to the platform, how do you approach it?
I am working on social media. I find I am lacking the balance of sharing myself with the world because outside of social media, I can be a bit of an introvert. I have my extroverted side but I feel like when it comes to social media, I just need to give myself that push. I have a lot that I do and a lot that I want to share with people and I am just figuring out how to go about that especially with the fans.
Given everything that has been going on how have you stayed grounded?
Well in all honesty, I am trying to not think about it too much and just focus on what I can do. I feel like a lot is out of my hands. If I put a lot of energy towards it, all it does is drain you. I have tried to do a lot of inner work like self-care and self-love and really just explore who I am and the deeper parts of myself. A lot of the time, you don’t give yourself the focus when you are busy. I have been doing a lot of journaling, meditating, reading and having a lot of conversations with family and friends. We obviously have been discussing topics, world events and things going on right now. I am also learning about myself and I am sharing it and seeing how I can help other people and encourage them to do that as well. I think it is an important time, it’s a bit like hitting a reset button.
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A heartfelt thank you to Sarah Alcaide for assisting on this shoot and Natalia Ronda for styling.
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