Xochitl Gomez, the breakout star of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, has added another impressive achievement to her resume - winning season 32 of Dancing with the Stars. Gomez, 17, and her professional dance partner Val Chmerkovskiy were crowned the champions, earning the inaugural Len Goodman Mirrorball Trophy. The pair finished the season at the top of the leaderboard with a perfect score of 120 out of 120 for the final dances.

Gomez's victory makes her the youngest celebrity to ever win the popular dance competition show. She first gained widespread recognition for her role as America Chavez in the 2022 Marvel film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, impressing audiences and critics alike with her performance. ÔÇŹPrior to her Marvel debut, Gomez had already built an impressive acting resume, with roles in shows like The Baby-Sitters Club, Raven's Home, and Gentefied. The Los Angeles native began acting at just 5 years old, performing in local musical theater productions and student films. ÔÇŹ

Gomez's win on Dancing with the Stars further cements her status as a rising star to watch in Hollywood. With her combination of acting talent, dance skills, and poise beyond her years, the young actress is poised for an even brighter future. Fans are eagerly anticipating her next move, whether it's returning to the Marvel universe or taking on new and exciting projects.

Early Beginnings to Marvel's Spotlight: Xochitl Gomez's Ascendancy

Gomez's professional acting debut came in 2018 with small roles on shows like Raven's Home, You're the Worst, and Gentefied. Her breakout role came in 2020 when she was cast as Dawn Schafer in the Netflix series The Baby-Sitters Club, which earned her critical acclaim. ÔÇŹGomez's big breakthrough, however, came in 2022 when she was cast as the Marvel superhero America Chavez in the blockbuster film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. At just 16 years old, Gomez was one of the youngest actors to portray a superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Her performance was widely praised.

Notable Works:

"The Baby-Sitters Club" (2020) showcased Gomez's talent in a leading role as Dawn Schafer, earning praise for her portrayal of the socially conscious and adventurous member of the iconic group of friends. Her performance in this beloved series highlighted her ability to connect with a younger audience while bringing depth to her character.

"Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" (2022) marked Gomez's entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where she played America Chavez, a superhero with the power to travel across dimensions. This role not only introduced her to a global audience but also established her as a young star capable of holding her own in blockbuster films.

Xochitl Gomez Movies and TV Shows:

  1. Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) - Gomez played the role of America Chavez
  2. The Baby-Sitters Club (2020-2021 TV series) - Gomez played the role of Dawn Schafer
  3. Raven's Home (2018 TV series) - Gomez appeared as a School Journalist in 2 episodes
  4. You're the Worst (2019 TV series) - Gomez played the role of Eclipse Kid in 1 episode
  5. Gentefied (2020 TV series) - Gomez appeared as Young Ana in 1 episode
  6. Shadow Wolves (2019) - Gomez played the role of Chucky
  7. Boob Sweat (2018 short film) - Gomez played the role of Francis
  8. Matty Paz Is a Noob (2018 TV series) - Gomez appeared as Lily
  9. Evil Things (2017 TV series) - Gomez played Young Adriana
  10. Interwoven (2016) - Gomez had a minor role as an Extra - Neighbor Girl

Xochitl Gomez's career is a testament to her extraordinary talent and the magnetic presence she brings to every role. From her early days in theater to her breakthrough performances on the big screen, Gomez has demonstrated an impressive range and a commitment to authenticity in her portrayals. As she continues to take on challenging and diverse roles, her trajectory in Hollywood is undoubtedly on a meteoric rise, with audiences eagerly anticipating her next move.

Stay tuned to the vibrant world of young Hollywood talent with Woke Waves Magazine, where we shine a light on the stars of tomorrow like Xochitl Gomez. As she carves her path in the entertainment industry, we're here to capture every milestone and celebrate the unique voices and talents that resonate with a new generation of viewers. Join us in following the journey of this remarkable young actor as she makes her mark on the world stage.

Apr 2, 2024

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