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Michelle Rodriguez Rodriguez is one of the voices behind Turbo so we have a look at her love life behind the scenes.So when I looked at Letty, I told them, 'You can't do the stereotype thing. That makes me look bad.'" franchise hits theaters on April 3.Either you don't make her slut -- not make her a character that gets with both [Vin Diesel's character and Paul Walker's] and you respect her, or you're going to lose me."And she wasn't afraid of the consequences."And you can sue me and do whatever because I'm from Jersey City, what the f*ck do I give a f*ck? NEWS: Michelle Rodriguez Shares 'Fast & Furious' Set Pic, Dedicates to Paul Walker ET caught up with the late Paul Walker's father in November, Paul Walker III, when he talked about his two sons Caleb and Cody Walker stepping in as body doubles for Paul.Her father Rafael Rodriguez, was a Puerto Rican, while her mother Carmen Milady Pared Espinal, is a native of the Dominican Republic. Director Karyn Kusama, described Rodriguez’s audition as “a disaster,” but still offered her the role as the director “could not find anyone who could come close to her in physical power.”She starred in the James Cameron’s high-budget sci-fi adventure film “Avatar,” in the role of Trudy Chacón.
"I have absolutely nothing consistent in my life," she says. The two were reportedly together for four months."I've always been and will always be very private about my personal life," she says about all the interest on her relationships.In real life Michelle is very much a Rebel Her and Vin Diesel were dating in real life while making She’s a DJ who plays some big eve She’s done a great amount of voice work for video games, too. Her mother is not happy with her chosen career path and even told her that she was “part of the devil’s tool.”She was raised a Jehovah’s Witness from the age of 7. After moving from Puerto Rico to Jersey City, New Jersey, she attended her first audition, an open casting call, for “Girlfight,” in which she portrayed the character of Diana Guzman, a troubled teen who decides to channel her aggression by training to become a boxer. Before she landed the role, she was put in the ring for three weeks’ training with the director watching her.