Xochitl Gomez-Deines is an American actress who was born on April 29, 2006 and is currently at the age of 16. Her height is 1.65m.
Her body dimensions are around 32-23-33 inches. She stands around 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs about 40 kilograms. She has lovely black hair that is long and lustrous, as well as searing dark brown eyes that are stunning and intriguing.
She is most recognized for her role as America Chavez in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, a film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (2022). She also portrayed Dawn Schafer in the first season of Netflix’s The Babysitters Club (2020).
She is also gradually increasing her social media following. She has around 124 thousand followers on her Instagram account, _xochitl.gomez. She joined Twitter in April 2020 and has yet to make an impression. Xochitl Gomez’s net worth is $1 million as of 2022.
Gomez began performing in local musicals at the age of five. Before The Baby-Sitters Club, Gomez appeared in the television shows Gentefied, Raven’s Home, and You’re the Worst. Gomez received a Young Artist Award for Supporting Teen Artist in 2020 for her work in the 2019 film Shadow Wolves. It was revealed in October of that year that Gomez, who was 14 at the time, would play America Chavez in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Xochitl Gomez worked in several incredible movies like the Shadow wolves as Chucky, Boob sweat as Francis, and the infamous Doctor strange multiverse of madness. She also worked as a television girl working in TV shows like The Raven’s home as a school Journalist, You’re the Worst as Eclipse kid, Gentefied as Young Ana, and The Baby Sitters Club as Dawn Schafer.
Early life and Lifestyle
Xochitl Gomez was born in Canada on April 30, 2006. Her parental background is unknown. Her given name is pronounced, “So-Chee.” Xochitl Gomez-Deines is her full name. She presently resides in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Echo Park.
Xochitl Gomez began performing at the age of five. She entered the musical theater to be involved in a useful activity while her mother was gone at work. She is currently homeschooled to continue her studies as well as her professional job. She has always desired to be a well-known actress and model in the profession since she was a youngster. Anthony Mackie, her acting coach, provided her with professional instruction.
Her first role was in The Little Mermaid, when she portrayed one of Ariel’s sisters. She has appeared in over 20 musical performances. Her first part was as a horse in the musical Beauty and the Beast. Throughout the play, she had to make strange horse noises. Her full-fledged acting career began in 2016 with the film Interwoven. In 2017, she played Frida in the short G.I. Jose, Young Adriana in the series Evil Things, Zoe in the short Light as a Feather, and Becky in Jack.
She appeared in the series Matty Paz Is a Noob as Lily, the short By River’s Edge as Delia, the short The Wetback as Teresa, the short Cazadora as Violet, the short Silence of Others as a youngster, the short Mia as Lainey, the short Boob Sweat as Francis, and the short The Letter as Marcela.
The Savage Agency, a talent agency situated in Los Angeles, California, manages her.
She began to skateboard while filming The Baby-Sitters Club’s first season in Vancouver, Canada.
Her persona Dawn’s distinctive style is a mash-up of several urban styles chosen by costume designer Cynthia Summers.
Xochitl is obsessed with artichokes and raccoons. Her room is decorated with raccoon-themed wallpaper.
She is very health-conscious and works out by watching odd fitness videos on YouTube. She hopes to own a treadmill for her room eventually.
Xochitl is obsessed with the 1980s and 1990s television shows. Friends, The Wonder Years, Freaks and Geeks, Seinfeld, and Beverly Hills 90210 are among her favorite series.
She owns 81 original Baby-Sitters Club novels.
About her experience in Marvel
The teenage actress appeared alongside Doctor Strange in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as an interdimensional teen heroine who can punch star-shaped gates between parallel realities in the Multiverse of Madness. America has long been a fan favorite among comic book readers, having debuted in 2011 as one of Marvel’s few LGBT, Latina heroines, and Gomez is now ready to bring America to the big screen. Gomez initially believed she was too young to play Doctor Strange. She had just finished filming her role as Dawn and was barely 13 years old when she auditioned for Multiverse of Madness. At the time, the character of America was written for a young adult, around the age of 18. Gomez believed she was far too young to be considered for the job, but she auditioned nevertheless and tried to forget about it.
Marvel then encouraged her to audition again months afterward. It was still for the part of America Chavez, but screenwriter Michael Waldron was rewriting the character as a much younger, adolescent version. Gomez claims she put herself into stunt training and martial arts and kickboxing “every other day for hours” to prepare so that if she received a test audition, she could “blow their minds.” She’s been doing martial arts since she was 11, and she’s now halfway to receiving her black belt.
Gomez has worked in theater and television for many years, yet she was still taken aback by the scope of a picture like Doctor Strange. One of her most important learning experiences, she adds, was dealing with last-minute rewrites: Because Gomez is dyslexic, she was cautious to memorize every line of speech, even when she got script revisions immediately before filming.
On set, Gomez says she was particularly inspired by co-star Elizabeth Olsen, who reprises her role as Wanda Maximoff, a.k.a. the Scarlet Witch. The young actor claims she found herself silently watching as Olsen took time to herself before each scene to prepare.
She mentions that she wishes all teenage audiences to connect with the character as she enjoyed it very much herself.