Nathalia Ramos is best known for playing Nina Martin in Nickelodeon's 'House of Anubis', but how has her career changed since landing the show?
Before 'House of Anubis', Nathalia's only roles were a brief guest spot as Hope Loblaw on 'Arrested Development' in 2005, playing Yasmin in the movie 'Bratz' [which was admittedly high-profile], another guest spot as Dakota North in the TV show 'True Jackson, VP', and a film called '31 North 62 East' with Lee Godfrey, Heather Peace, and John Rhys-Davies.
She landed 'House of Anubis' in 2010, and the series started airing on Nickelodeon [domestically and internationally] from 2011. It became a huge hit abroad, and shot all the lead actors to stardom.
Since then, Nathalia has seemingly been choosing her roles more carefully, and she has two films coming out in 2013. She has a film called 'Gallows Hill' coming out, with Peter Facinelli, Sophia Myles, and Carolina Guerra. Then, she also has 'Dean Slater: Resident Advisor', with Mitchell Jarvis, Nick Renaud, and Glenn McCuen. The latter is a comedy and should stretch her acting skills, and allow her to show off her range, thereby enabling her to land more roles in the future.