Remember when Hollywood movies (and people) were only in black and white? My, how things have changed. Some of the hottest lineups in Hollywood are young people claiming more than one race (aka multiracial).
Take a look at who made our list:
Zendeya has an African American father and German, Irish, English mother.
Zendeya is currently filming an upcoming movie, Duck Duck Goose, produced by Christopher Jenkins (Home) from a screenplay by Christopher Jenkins and Rob Muir.
She is co-author with Stranger Comics’ Sebastian Jones, of the comic book series Niobe: She is Life. Amandla serves as youth ambassador for No Kid Hungry (Jeff Bridges serves as spokesperson for the charity’s umbrella organization, Share Our Strength) and supports the Ubuntu Education Fund, which nurtures children “from cradle to career” in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
Vanessa has been a staple on the Disney network, but recently starred in Grease Live.
According to Ethnicecelebs.com, Vanessa’s father, Gregory Hudgens, was caucasian, and had Irish ancestry; he was also said to have Native American roots, although it is not clear if this Native American ancestry has been documented/verified. Vanessa’s mother, Gina (Guangco), is Filipino, and has Filipino, Spanish, and Chinese ancestry.
Hubba bubba! Bella hails from a Cuban father and an Irish, Italian, English and Welsh mother.
In 2014, Thorne co-starred in the comedy Blended. She also co-starred in the films Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (2014) and The Duff (2015), playing high school antagonists.