Hollywood beauty Daniela Ruah is a very talented and successful actress who has shown time and again that she has what it takes to mix it with the best that the industry has to offer. While Daniela has enjoyed a number of acting gigs over the years, she is best know for playing the role of Kensi Blye in the hit television series NCIS, a role she is still playing today.
As well as being a very talented actress, it is also fair to point out that Daniela Ruah is also one of the most beautiful stars in the entertainment industry today, with the looks to rival pretty much any other woman in the business. However, when it comes to the looks of this stunning star, there is one thing that many fans continue to point out an question.
Over the years we have heard many fans asking what is wrong with the Daniela Ruah eye, which seems to be a bit different from the other. Well, while plenty of people have taken a guess as to what could be "wrong" with Daniela Ruah's right eye, the actress herself has spoken about it on a number of occasions and here we clear it all up for you.
It is very simple, Daniela Ruah's eye has a birthmark on it, which is called Nevus of Ota, and it covers the whole of the white part of her right eye, making it appear darker. Fortunately though, the birthmark does not affect the vision of the stunning star and she has actually referred to it as her very own little trademark.
So there you have it. Nothing to worry about guys. Daniela Ruah's eye has a birthmark on it and all is good.