Born in Spain, Nathalia Ramos grew up in Miami and broke into acting co-starring in two episodes of the cult comedy television show "Arrested Development," playing the role of Hope Loblaw. Her big breakout gig, however, was starring as Yasmin in the big-screen feature "Bratz: The Movie" in 2007. She followed up her part in that film with a guest spot on the kids comedy show "True Jackson, VP" and then moved on to a supporting role in the British feature film thriller "31 North 62 East." Starting in 2011, Ramos played the lead in the teen mystery series "House of Anubis," which aired on Nickelodeon. .