Jenna Ortega Once Told How Her Family Never Cares About Her Sudden Fame Thanks to Her Success on Netflix


Jenna Ortega gained fame after her role in the horror series “Wednesday”. It’s no secret that she has become the beloved version of this iconic character and the latest iconic actress on the Hollywood radar. Moreover, the 20-year-old actress receives consecutive nominations in the category “Best Actress” for prestigious awards. After seeing this massive breakthrough, many people may wonder how the success of this show affected her personal life. Well, it seems that the young superstar is very lucky in this matter, because her family has a completely different view of success and fame.

During Wednesday’s press tour in 2022, Jenna Ortega spoke about supporting the family. In an interview, she said that at home she is not treated in a special way, even if she has become an Internet sensation. The California native said her family is not interested in the film industry even after they sacrificed so much for her career. They don’t care if she meets cool people or celebrities at work.

“They said, ‘Hey, you didn’t wash the dishes before you left, so you’re going to have to wash them all week,'” the Scream star remarked, as mentioned by Marca.

However, one day they asked her about an actor she worked with. That day was the biggest achievement for the Disney graduate, and she went to bed with a smile.

Everything we know about Jenna Ortega’s family

In addition to being part of the Addams family on Netflix, Jenna Ortega has a wonderful family. Star X was born to Natalie and Edward A. Ortega in the Coachella Valley in Southern California. She has five siblings, including Isaac, Mia, Mariah, Alia and Marcus (the latter of whom are twins).


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Moreover, the Yes Day star is of Mexican and Puerto Rican descent. And if you don’t know, she took on the role of Wednesday because of her family background. In her interview with Elle, the actress stated that she was not going to do television, but agreed to represent her culture.

Do you think her family’s indifference to the entertainment world helps the Wednesday star cope with fame?


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