She’s walking on red carpets in Louis Vuitton and Saint Laurent (thank you, Leslie Fremar!), already has TV characters, indie roles, and a summer blockbuster to her name, and could probably beat you in an ice-hockey game. Oh, and by the way, Nicola Peltz is only 19-years-old. Next big thing, much?
This summer, the gorgeous blonde, who has a head of hair that women only dream of one day flaunting, plays Mark Wahlberg’s daughter in Transformers: Age of Extinction. Intrigued by this young Hollywood starlet? Keep reading to learn 5 interesting facts about Nicola Peltz!
She Was in Miley Cyrus' “7 Things” Music Video
…And she wore a vest! In an interview with Elle, the celebrity revealed that from ages 10 to 13, she was very much into the garment of clothing, wearing one in Miley’s jam and at her first red carpet appearance.
The Transformers Movie Set Took a Toll on Her Feet
You try running in heels! It’s not as easy as the movies make it look. Nicola revealed to Rosie Huntington-Whitely in an interview for Violet Grey that she had no idea the movie role would require so much running. She also said that she couldn’t wear certain open-toed heels after the training. Ouch!
She Used to Play Ice-Hockey With Her Six Brothers!
Nicola revealed to Interview Magazine that she thought she was going to grow up to be an ice hockey player! Apparently the celeb, who was raised in Westchester, New York, would take part in the sport with her six (yes, six) brothers.
Her Favorite Part About Her Character in Transformers? The Family Aspect—And Working With Mark Wahlberg!
Nicola has said that her favorite part about the entire Transformers movie with her character was the father/daughter relationship because she’s close with her own father.
She Had a Small Role in Deck the Halls!
Back in 2006 (and four years before The Last Airbender came out!) Nicola appeared in Deck the Halls, a movie starring Danny DeVito and Matthew Broderick, and played a character named Mackenzie.
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