Lotus Blossom was born in Hollywood, CA on Halloween – 2007 to Lisa Reyes and Ernie Reyes, Jr., a Filipino martial arts prodigy and action hero (The Last Dragon, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Rundown). Lotus Blossom first gained national attention in a T-Mobile campaign. She played an adorable, but sassy, little girl selling lemonade – with a whole lot of hidden fees. Lotus’s pitch-perfect performance earned her a 2018 “Best Actress” nomination from the Young Artist Academy.
Far more than pigtails and a bright smile, Lotus is carrying on in the tradition of her legendary family. Lotus trains with her father, at West Coast Martial Arts, in the highly skilled, and acrobatic techniques of cinematic martial arts made famous by the Reyes family. Lotus confidently performs her own stunts, and is gaining a reputation as a fierce Asian-American stuntwoman; earning the nickname, “The Ninja Princess.”
Lotus’s big screen debut will come this spring (2020) via the independent feature, “Magic Max”. The movie stars Barry Corbin, Sally Kirkland, and Parker Bates (This is Us).
This project is followed up by “We Can Be Heroes” directed by Robert Rodriguez for Netflix. Also starring Priyanka Chopra, Boyd Holbrook, Pedro Pascal and Christian Slater.
Outside of acting, Lotus Blossom loves the beach, swimming, gardening, photography, and all things vintage. Perhaps her greatest passion is for animal rescue. She has a dog named Luke Skywalker and two bunnies that she is raising on her own. She works closely with The Bunny World Foundation in Los Angeles.
– IMDb Mini Biography By: Team Lotus