Pom Alexandra Klementieff, 37, was born on May 3, 1986. The actress who brought to life the character of Mantis in “Guardians of the Galaxy” was born in Quebec, Canada and is currently one of the most loved faces by the public, a fan of the Marvel Universe. His biography indicates that his nationality is French, despite being born in Canada. This is because being the daughter of diplomats, according to “us soli”, dual citizenship cannot be obtained.
Today, thanks to Univision Famosos, we’ve been able to learn a little more about his personal history. Now we know what’s behind her smile. Which seems to be hiding a great sorrow.
According to the icons, Pom has survived the shocks of life that she had to deal with. He has faced great loss since childhood. First was her mother, who suffered from schizophrenia, which is why she was never able to care for her or her brother. It was his father who played one of the most important and affectionate roles in Poem Klementieff’s young life.
Unfortunately, time was not kind as Alexis Klementieff – their father – lost the battle against cancer. At the age of four, he had to leave Canada and move to Japan with his brother Namou to live with his maternal uncle. Years pass and Pom is finding a sense of stability, but Ikon reveals that years later he has lost the only member of his single family. Namo committed suicide.
Before becoming an actress, she entered law school, but not completely satisfied with that decision, she looked for a job and decided to study to become an actress. In 2013 he entered Hollywood with a film from director Spike Lee “Oldboy”.
It was in the year 2017 that we saw Mantis in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2”, since then it has become one of the heroes of this saga. His character has enjoyed great support and popularity, and we have already seen him as Mantis in six films, up to date in “Guardians of With the recent release of “The Galaxy Vol. 3”.
But this won’t be the only film we’ll see actress Pom Alexandra Klementieff in. In this year 2023, he will work with Tom Cruise in “Mission Impossible 7”.