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Birth name Fátima PtacekNationality USABirth 20 august 2000
Fátima Ptacek (born August 20, 2000) is an American child actress and model. She is best known as the current voice of Dora in Nickelodeon animated television series Dora the Explorer (2011–2015) and Dora and Friends: Into the City! (2014–present), and a lead in the Academy Award winning 2012 short film Curfew.
Ptacek resides with her parents in New York City. Her mother is Ecuadorian. Her father is of Norwegian, Czechoslovakian, Irish, and Colombian descent. While her parents work closely with her management, they are not traditional stage parents.
She is a gymnast, competing at United States of America Gymastics Level 7, and takes part in English equestrian riding; as of 2010, she noted that she was aiming to qualify for the Olympic Games. In 2010, she noted that she was aiming for a scholarship to Harvard or Yale, and was enrolled in a school for gifted children; that year, she suggested she may be too old to act by that point. In 2013, she made the National Junior Honor Society. She has expressed interest in quiting acting for law school. She has aimed to be elected President of the United States; and has watched New York State Assembly debate in person. She has been acknowledged by Assemblyman Francisco Moya on the floor. She is studying Mandarin Chinese.