Welcome to Ava Capri Fan, the latest online resource dedicated to the talented actress Ava Capri. Ava has been in films like "Mary and Margaret", "The Experience", "Blast Beat", "Embattled" and "For Your Consideration". She has also been in TV Shows like "Parks and Recreation", "T@gged" and "Love, Victor". This site is online to show our support to the actress Ava Capri, as well as giving her fans a chance to get the latest news and images.

Outfest 2022 portraits

I also added 5 portrait photos taken at Outfest 2022. Click on the gallery link below to see full size.

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2022 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ+ Film Festival Opening Night Of Billy Porter’s Anything’s Possible

Ava attended 2022 Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ+ Film Festival Opening Night Of Billy Porter’s Anything’s Possible on July 14th. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

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Actress, Ava Capri, who was born in Los Angeles, California, is known for her role in “Love, Victor,” in which she plays Lucy alongside actors Michael Cimino and George Sear. She also appeared in “Embattled,” “Little Rituals,” and more. She is set to co-star in Jennifer Kaytin Robinson’s movie “Do Revenge,” a dark comedy also starring, among others, Camila Medes, Maya Hawke, and Austin Abram and others.

When did you start acting?
I did a few things when I was really young but then stopped and I didn’t really pick it up again until I had graduated from high school.

Tell us about the upcoming “Strangers” film.
I think it’s going to be a fun ride. I’m really excited for people to see it. To work with Jennifer Kaytin Robinson who is incredibly talented was such a dream.

Who is an actor or actress you dream of working with?
Lizzy Caplan.

How did you prepare for your role as Lucy in “Love, Victor?”
Specifically, what I tried to do was put myself in the headspace of what it would feel like discovering and figuring out my sexuality while still being 17 and in high school. Because for me, I came out much later, so it was really interesting to play someone who figured it out much earlier than I did.

How do you think “Love, Victor” has impacted the LGBTQ+ community?
Whenever I’ve had a fan of the show come up to me, it’s never “ I like the show” but it’s always “that shows means so much to me. Thank you.” “ Love Victor” was a trailblazing series, and in a way I think it has led the way for more of the content surrounding young queer stories we are seeing today.

What are your goals for the next few years?
I’d love to do something really different next. Truthfully, I’d like to do something a little less YA and something a bit messier and edgier. I’ve recently read a few scripts where a character has blood all over her mouth, and I immediately was like oh ya that’s what I want.

From where do you draw inspiration?
Everything? This is a funny question to me because the answers feel so obvious. I draw it from life, the people I love, and the people I don’t. And of course, other people’s art. I simply cannot stop thinking about Cooper Raiff’s new movie Cha Cha Real Smooth. Stuff like that.

Social Media.
Instagram: @avacapri

Source: photobookmagazine.com

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PinkNews article

Love, Victor’s Ava Capri says bringing queer, female representation to show felt ‘therapeutic’

For most of its run, Love, Victor was focused primarily on its two gay male leads – but it’s finally getting some female queer representation.

Lucy was introduced in season two as Andrew’s girlfriend, but by the end writers were teasing a queer romance between her and Lake.

The season three trailer has already revealed that the two end up dating. And it’s something Ava Capri is thrilled about.

“It’s so meaningful to me,” Capri tells PinkNews.

“I wasn’t out in high school so the process of playing a character that was [openly queer], it felt very therapeutic to me… The idea that people now get to see that reflected on screen – and yeah, there’s a little something for the girls this season, which I’m really excited about and I hope it resonates with people.”

One of the most striking things about Love, Victor is that it’s full of happy queer stories. For too long, all LGBTQ+ people were given by Hollywood were fragments of films and TV shows that showed queer characters dying or heartbroken. Thankfully, shows like Love, Victor – and more recently Heartstopper – are challenging those tropes.

“I love how much joy there is in this show,” Capri says. “I love that there’s this happy ending for everyone. It’s also like, while it is still hard and there’s a lot of pain and trauma with the queer experience, there is so much joy and it is so truthful to feel the joy, and that’s an amazing thing the show does. You laugh, you cry, you feel good. You feel proud.”

Ava Capri hopes Love, Victor makes queer people feel seen

Fans were heartbroken when it was announced that the third season of Love, Victor would be its last, but one thing’s for sure – its legacy will live on. Thanks to streaming, LGBTQ+ youth will continue finding the show and getting to know its characters for years to come.

Ava Capri says: “I feel like it is a trailblazing show in its centring of a queer character of colour and his story, and then highlighting so many different aspects and colours of what different queer experiences are… I hope that to young people and old people alike, that it… [makes them] feel seen or helps them to learn something about someone they love and what it might be like for them.”

While Capri is proud of Love, Victor, she also admits that it feels bittersweet to be saying goodbye.

“When we found out for sure that it was going to be the final season, there was just this energy shift. It was already such a loving set, but I feel like everyone was really soaking it up.

“Especially for myself, even with the cast and the crew, I felt like I wanted to savour every moment of getting to work with these specific people and tell this specific story.

“It meant a lot to me,” she adds.

PinkNews also spoke to Love, Victor’s creators about its “bittersweet” ending, and to George Sears about how he “grieved” the show.

Love, Victor season three is streaming on Disney+ in the UK and on Hulu in the United States.

Source: pinknews.co.uk

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Love, Victor season 3 screencaps

I made screencaps of Ava in the 3rd season of “Love, Victor”. Click on the gallery link below to see all new caps.

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Outfest’s 2nd Annual The OutFronts Presented by IMDb – Love Victor

Ava attended Outfest’s 2nd Annual The OutFronts Presented by IMDb – Love Victor panel yesterday. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

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New photoshoot for California Dirt

Ava is featured in a new photoshoot for California Dirt. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

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The Disney Bundle Celebrates National Streaming Day

Ava attended The Disney Bundle Celebrates National Streaming Day yesterday. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

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Los Angeles Premiere Of Hulu’s Original Film Crush

Ava attended the Los Angeles Premiere Of Hulu’s Original Film Crush three day ago. Click on the gallery link below to see all new photos.

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Current Projects
Little Rituals
2021Ava as Alice
When Audra was 14, a supernatural entity wreaked havoc on her family, and now, as an adult, she works helping people who are beset by the supernatural, working to protect them from the terrible fate that befell her own family.
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Love, Victor
2021Ava as Lucy
Victor is a new student at Creekwood High School on his own journey of self-discovery, facing challenges at home, adjusting to a new city, and struggling with his sexual orientation.
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2021Ava as ?
Drea and Eleanor agree to go after one another's bullies.
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When Time Got Louder
2021Ava as Karly
Departing for college, Abbie leaves her parents and brother who has autism and is non-verbal. As she explores her independence and sexuality, she's torn between her new life and her love for her brother.
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