Carla Paris is a Brazilian actress, best known for her roles in such films as The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, The Man Who Wasn't There, and The Way We Were. Born in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1996, Carla was raised in a family of actors, including her father, a stunt driver, and her mother, a theater actress.
She began her acting career in 2003, appearing in the Brazilian television show "Malhação," which follows the lives of teenage students. She also appeared in the soap opera "Caminhos do Coração," playing the role of a young girl trying to find her way in life.
In 2006, Carla moved to Los Angeles, California, to pursue her acting career. She soon landed her first major role, starring in the film "The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift," playing the role of Neela, a street-racing prodigy. The film was a success, and she quickly became an international star.
Since then, Carla has gone on to appear in a number of films and television shows, including "The Man Who Wasn't There," "The Way We Were," and "The L Word." She has also had a successful career as a model, having appeared in several magazines and campaigns.
Carla is also an active philanthropist. In 2018, she founded the Carla Paris Foundation, which works to provide education and resources to underprivileged children in Brazil.
Carla is a talented actress, model, and philanthropist. She continues to be an active presence in both the film and fashion industries, and is a role model for young people everywhere.