You've probably seen actress Francia Raisa before, the new face on Freeform's series Grown-ish — but who is she?
Here's everything we know about her.
She's American with Latin roots.
Although Raisa, 29, was born in Los Angeles, her parents are both Hispanic. Her father, Renán Almendárez Coello, is a radio personality from Honduras and her mother, Virginia Almendarez, is Mexican.
She's worked in TV and film.
You may recognize Raisa from her TV and movie projects. She played Adrian Lee in the ABC Family hit series The Secret Life of the American Teenager and played Leti in the 2006 film Bring It On: All or Nothing.
Currently, she stars in the Black-ish spin-off Grown-ish (on Freeform now) as the very religious Ana Torres, who is one of the first friends lead character Zoey (Yara Shahidi) makes and who (mild spoiler!) becomes her roommate at the end of the pilot.
Raisa has also won a 2011 Gracie award and a La Femme Film Festival Rising Star award in 2012, both for her role in American Teenager.
She's friends with Selena Gomez.
If donating a kidney didn't already prove it — Selena Gomez and Raisa are close. In September 2017, Gomez revealed she had a kidney transplant as part of lupus treatment, and her donor was Francia Raisa.
In an Instagram post about her kidney surgery, Gomez gave Raisa a shout-out in her lengthy caption, calling her a "beautiful friend."
In a 2013 interview with Latina, Raisa revealed the two met in 2007 and hit it off.
"Six years ago, Disney and ABC Family had the stars of their shows go to the Children's Hospital," she said. "Selena and I were in the same group, and we just clicked."
She hangs out with other stars, too.
As an actress, she's obviously around other actors and actresses. Who are some celebrities on her friend list?
Here she is in a selfie with Grown-ish co-star Shahidi.
Here's a throwback pic of Raisa hanging out with Gina Rodriguez on the Imagen Awards red carpet in 2013.
Raisa also posed next to Ashley Tisdale recently in an Instagram group photo.
Raisa is not afraid to speak up, from her thoughts on Bachelor in Paradise to politics.
Recently, she tweeted about Trump's comments on ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, writing half in English and half in Spanish.
"I'm at a loss for words," she wrote. "This is not right."