Stella Banderas, the daughter of Antonio Banderas and Melanie Griffith, is all grown up and is the spitting image of her famous grandmother, Tippi Hedren.
Now an adult, the 21-year-old daughter of two famous personalities in Hollywood has been blessed with stunning features much like her grandmother’s.
Aside from the resemblance in their facial features, Stella and Hedren also have the same blonde locks.
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Stella is no stranger to being in front of the lenses. She had appeared in movies since she was a toddler.
Since becoming an adult, a lot of people have been expecting to see more of Hedren’s granddaughter on the big screen.
Although, as of the moment, she has not been taking up major projects. Still, people want to know if Stella also inherited her grandmother’s acting skills.
Most of Stella’s family are very talented actors.
Hedren has been a household name for so long, and she has also been known for the way her eyes perfectly captivates the emotions she wants to convey on every scene.
Throughout her career, her most famous roles are in the movies, “The Birds” and “Marnie.”
Stella’s mother is also considered one of Hollywood’s A-list stars. Griffith had appeared in many projects and is also known to look much like Hedren when she was younger.
Griffith is the mother of famous “Fifty Shades of Grey” star Dakota Johnson. She is the half-sister of Stella.
Meanwhile, Stella’s father is equally iconic as Banderas starred in many famous films like “Desperado” and “The Mask of Zorro.”
Recently, at FX’s Emmys after-party, Banderas talked with Entertainment Tonight where he spoke nothing but good things about his former wife, Griffith. They have been married for almost 20 years.
The 58-year-old actor opened up about how he felt when he found out that Griffith had skin cancer removed from her nose.
He shared that he has kept communication with his former wife since they still consider each other as family, and he also said, "I will love that woman until the day I die."