As one of this generation’s best actresses, she can rock any role she puts her mind to
Why does it seem like Glaiza de Castro has effortlessly deviated from the pervading stereotypes of show business?
The 30-year-old artist—notice how we didn’t use the labels “actress” or “singer” exclusively in describing her—has left an indelible mark in every entertainment pursuit she’s chosen, whether on screen (The Rich Man’s Daughter) or on the radio (“Sa ’Yo Pa Rin”). And recently, the projects she’s kept herself busy with (Contessa, Liway) have aligned with the decision to do things her own way, which in turn has allowed one of this generation’s most unique leading ladies to enjoy artistically fooling around with the performances she’s been handed.
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Glaiza De Castro Is No Ordinary Leading Lady
Photography Xander Angeles of Edge of Light Studios
On a green leather sofa, Cara Delevingne lies down on her stomach, a portrait of repose with her head propped against the armrest and her eyes clear and unflinching. And, oh yeah, she’s also completely buck naked.
The supermodel (turned actress, turned mental health and LGBTQ+ rights advocate, turned singer) bared it all for the cover of Marie Claire’s September issue. The stunning photo reveals a laid-back and, yes, very nude Delevingne. This vulnerable and exposed image of her seems to go hand in hand with the various vulnerabilities she herself exposed in her interview.
Is there anything the actress, model, singer, author, activist, and daredevil—a star of this month’s Amazon fantasy series Carnival Row—can’t do?
By Julia Felsenthal
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The 31-year-old has been on an epic journey of self-discovery, stripping down and learning new truths about herself from her first love: dance. Now she wants to change your life too. Welcome to the Julianne show.
“Dance is my superpower, and it has been my whole life, but I didn’t even know it,” she says. But others did. Before Julianne started choreographing what she calls her “high-sensory activated dance method,” she remembers people telling her they wanted to dance like her.
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Julianne Hough Says She Walked Around Naked For A Week After Her Women’s Health Photo Shoot
Photography by Brian Bowen Smith