Jenna Ortega is an American actress best known for playing Harley Diaz on the Disney Channel series Stuck in the Middle. She’s also gotten a lot of buzz for her role in the second season of Netflix’s drama You.
Jenna Ortega’s brief bio includes her age, parents, siblings, and height.
Jenna Marie Ortega, a 17-year-old actress, was born on September 27, 2002, to mixed Mexican and Puerto Rican parents. She is one of six children born to her father and mother, Natalie Ortega, in Coachella Valley, California, United States. Aaliyah Ortega, Mariah Ortega, and Mia Ortega are her three sisters, and Markus Ortega and Isaac Ortega are her two brothers.
Jenna, who stands about 5 feet and 1 inch (1.55 meters) tall, began receiving acting tryouts when she was eight years old, with the support of her mother and agents.
Career as an actor
Jenna began her acting career in 2012 with a small role in the American sitcom Rob. In 2013, she made her big-screen debut as the vice president’s daughter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Iron Man 3. In the same year, she played Annie in the supernatural horror film Insidious: Chapter 2.
A year later, she earned the part of Young Jane in Jane the Virgin, a romantic dramedy and satirical drama. She was a regular on the show until 2019, appearing in 27 episodes. Her other notable role was as Harley Diaz in the comedy series Stuck in the Middle, which she played from 2016 until 2018. Since 2016, she has also been a member of the animated adventure series Elena of Avalor, where she plays Princess Isabel.
Jenna was cast as Ellie Alves in the second season of the psychological thriller series You, which premiered in 2019. She also has a role in The Babysitter 2, a horror comedy picture that will be released later this year.
Is Jenna dating anyone right now?
The stunning actress has yet to be in a happy relationship. She appears to be entirely focused on advancing her entertainment career while keeping her dating activities hidden for the time being. Jenna is now unmarried and working on a variety of little and big-screen projects.