Happy Birthday to the incomparable Zoë Saldaña! The Dominican and Puerto Rican movie star turns 35 today.
It's a no-brainer that we're huge fans of Saldaña here at Latina - especially when it comes to her presence on social media. If you aren't already following the actress on Twitter, you should. Saldaña often drops uplifting quotes on her page - wise gems from authors and actors that we simply can't get enough of. In honor of her birthday today, we've listed the best mottos and quotes that the actress lives by.
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Saldaña seems to be really fond of Golden Globe-winning Hugh Laurie – enough to quote the English actor. We’re going to take a wild guess and say that statement’s about acting.
Nothing beats quoting one of the most influential electric guitarists of the 20th century. We love this message.
Mmhmmm - this is so true. Bill Cosby speaks truths!
We love this powerful quote about finding joy in today – courtesy of New York Times bestselling author Sarah Ban Breathnach.
Zoë Saldaña reminds us to care for ourselves as much as we do others by quoting the founder of Buddhism.
Of course, Saldaña had to quote the late and legendary Lucille Ball. What’s not to love about the star of I Love Lucy?
We love this golden nugget from 1994's The Shawshank Redemption.
This Bob Marley goodie reminds us that wisdom is richer than all the jewels in the world.
We absolutely love this quote from the late Mexican painter. *Finger snaps*
Words to live by from the late author of The Chronicles of Narnia.
This has to be our favorite from the bunch of quotable statements spoken by the lovely (and seemingly immortal) Marilyn Monroe. We dig this too, Zoë.
We love how grounded Saldaña is – and nothing says this more than endorsing this quote about being your true self, courtesy of legendary musician Bob Dylan.
We. Love. This. A quote that empowers us women. No truer words were ever spoken.
That's right! We wholeheartedly agree with this one - if you don't care for yourself, who will?