“I have a lot of 'Twilight' gear. I love the hoodies that say 'vampires' and 'werewolves,' but I refuse to get one because I can't choose; I have to have them both. I have the Team Edward T-shirt, but I also have Team Jacob.”
“I have a terrible, terrible fear of knives. I only buy food that I don't need to cut... I haven't cut my food in years! Like, I won't even touch a plastic knife or anything sharp. And if I'm in a kitchen and somebody picks up a knife, I leave.”
“I've always been opposed to slaughtering, eating, and wearing carcasses.”
Christian Serratos (born Christian Marie Serratos on September 21, 1990 in Pasadena, California) is an American actress. While growing up in Burbank, Christian began figure skating when she was just three-years-old. She continued to practice and while her coaches were talking about pursuing the Olympic trials, Christian’s fate would take her away from the ice. At age 7, she signed with the Ford Modeling Agency, and by the time she was fourteen, she was already acting. She landed the role of Suzie Crabgrass in the Nickelodeon series Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide. She also appeared on shows like Zoey 101, 7th Heaven and Hannah Montana. In 2008, Christian made her big screen debut by playing Angela Weber in Twilight. She would reprise the role in the four sequels: New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn Parts 1 and Part 2. After a recurring role on The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Christian’s career would take a greater turn when she landed the part of Rosita Espinosa on The Walking Dead. She would be promoted to a series regular in Season 5.
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Christian Serratos is best known as an actress, portraying Suzie Crabgrass on Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide and Rosita Espinosa in The Walking Dead.
Christian is an animal rights activist, having posed for a number of PETA campaigns that promote a vegan lifestyle. She has also appeared in Maxim, landing the No. 65 spot on their 2010 “Hot 100.” She was also featured in the “After Hours” section of Playboy’s March 2015 issue.