Seven of The Hottest Women on Netflix
I’ve been watching a lot of Netflix lately and it got me thinking who are the hottest women on Netflix right now. So I decided to come up with this list of some of the hottest I’ve seen while catching up on, or exploring new shows on the platform. This list is comprised of only Netflix original movies and series (to make it a little easier to narrow down) and will most likely have a second part added to it. Until then check out my list of 10 beautiful women and the shows/movies their in that you should check out.
Hottest Women on Netflix – Martha Higareda
Martha Higareda was born in Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico, the daughter of actress Martha Cervantes and therapist and artist Jose Luis Higareda, and sister of actress Miriam Higareda. She began acting on stage at a very early age, along with dancing jazz, flamenco, tap and folklore. At 14, she moved to Mexico City from her native Tabasco to pursue an acting career. Her debut was in theater participating in various plays such as “Little Women” “Don Juan” among others.
Being an advanced student, she entered college several years early at the age of 15; studying Communications at El Tecnologico de Monterrey. She would attend college in the mornings while going to acting school in the evenings and performing in theater on the weekends. A year later, her mother and sister moved to Mexico City and attended acting school with her.
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Martha has been in a number of Latin productions not only starring but writing as well, as well as a few American titles such as Street Kings, Smokin Aces 2 and now Netflix’s Altered Carbon. In Street Kings she plays the lady of Keanu Reeves’ characther, in Aces she plays a sexy assassin and now in Altered Carbon she plays a badass cop. All were good roles and all are worthy of a watch.
Check out this quick review of Altered Carbon below and check out the trailer to see if you want to check it out.
Altered Carbon, in short, is set in the future where your inner-self, your awareness, everything that makes you, you, is digitized, stored and given a new body for the right price.
Prisoner Takeshi Kovacs (a ripped Joel Kinnaman), is serving an indefinite sentence for a capital crime he claims he did not commit. Lying in a state of complete inertia for 250 years, he is awakened and purchased by wealthy businessman Laurens Bancroft (an awesomely creepy James Purefoy). Kovacs is promised a new lease on life, with a complete pardon for his crimes, if he can catch a killer. Bancroft’s killer, in fact. Sound trippy? It is. In this future, one never really dies if one can afford to buy a new “sleeve”, as it’s called, or a body. One’s consciousness, memories and all, can be stored and moved to a new sleeve should they face an expected and/or premature death. So in this world, one can be sixty-seven years old and look like a teenager, or they can have their mindfulness put into a body of their choosing – an enemy, perhaps, or even someone of a different gender or race. However, this “live, die, repeat” foolishness is under threat of being destroyed by a group who will undoubtedly surprise you. Read full review here.