Samara Weaving is a 25 years old Australian actress, best known for the role of Kirsten Mulroney in the television series of the BBC TV ‘Out Of The Blue’ and the role of Indigo Walker in the most popular soap Opera of the southern continent, ‘Home and away’.
I started dancing for about a month again before the shoot and normally I do Pilates on the reformer, and I like yoga and kind of do a high intense cardio workout on a regular basis. I think women are sexy and their bodies are beautiful.
But I like to switch it up a lot, and when we returned to the film it was just you know, 9-11 hours of dancing a day. Stretch, choreography, kind of random dance moves in between the flow, partner dancing, but mainly just choreography since there's so much for the film and we have to learn it so early, because it's always changing, and it switches the day of, often. When you go out do people watch you on the dancefloor to see what moves you'll do? People totally do, I think people are expecting me to bust out some crazy dance moves all the time and I'm just trying to not do that and dance normal and have fun with my friends.
In Step Up: Revolution, the female lead, Emily, is raised by a single father (against whom she rebels), while Sean's parentage is unclear, but he's shown living with his adult sister.
KH: This is a very Disney thing, the orphan protagonist.
Apparently the first batch of Nude photos leaked online in October 2016, learned nothing this girl.