Aeriel Miranda Quotes
Aeriél Christine Miranda (born April 3, 1992) is an American actress. She is best known for her recurring role as Shana Fring on the ABC Family series, Pretty Little Liars (2013–2014). She was first introduced as Shana on the Pretty Little Liars web series, Pretty Dirty Secrets, prior to appearing on Pretty Little Liars. Miranda also had a recurring role as Lana on the ABC Family series The Nine Lives of Chloe King (2011)
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It's always funny to me when people meet me. They really think I'm from the East coast off top. When they get to talkin' to me, they go "Oh no, she's sooooo Southern"
I was born and raised in Dallas, Texas and seasonally lived in New Orleans and Boston. Given that this was all at a tender age, I imagine I was very impressionable. I was a kid that was always moving, city to city, school to school. I adapted easily wherever I was, I knew how to blend.
I know when to go and when to stop. I'm the red, the yellow, and the green light. That's me in a nutshell.
I was drawn into acting due to the fact that I could express myself better. I could use my voice - my entire body - not just my looks, height, and physical expressions.
The telling of a good story, especially one that is real and true, is always exciting.
Super-stardom doesn't scare or excite me. It's just another ingredient added to my world.
As for super-stardom, I can say that I'm ready for anything. I feel like I've mastered so many stages in my life and the cool thing is, I don't see that energy changing anything.
I think the world should be represented on television and for the longest its been limited. Ethnic stories specifically need variety in content period...
There's very few shows that truly reflect specific ethnic experiences, and when they come and come right, they're a hit.
It feels good to watch TV and know that you're being represented on somebody's network and for certain communities, it feels even better to know that you're being depicted truthfully.
It feels good to turn on the TV and have options, a variety. That's why television is so good.