Accustomed to airplanes and distant countries since she could recall, Adria Arjona was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Mexico City. Falling asleep in Guatemala and waking up in Argentina was not out of norm for her. She is the daughter of a Puerto Rican mother, Leslie, and a Guatemalan father, Ricardo Arjona, a renowned singer-songwriter in Latin America, who took her along on his tours, allowing her to breathe art, music and a bohemian lifestyle. At twelve, she moved to Miami and lived there until she was eighteen, when she took a plunge and made the brave decision to move to New York City on her own. In order to assure her professional success and personal growth, her father made the tough decision in making sure nothing was secure and easily given to her. While studying to become an actor at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, Adria worked as a hostess and waitress at several New York restaurants in order to pay her bills and sustain her life. Having had a front row seat to stardom, Adria saw the bigger picture for her career, in that fame and fortune does not ameliorate her work and passion. She set out to achieve her goals with a focus on maintaining the pleasure of pursuing what she loves, while honing her craft and creating with pride.
In December 2018, Arjona entered negotiations in Sony’s Spider-Man spinoff Morbius to portray the film’s female lead, Martine Bancroft; her involvement was confirmed at the end of January. In August 2020, Variety confirmed that Arjona has been cast in the upcoming star war series Andor at Disney+. She joins previously announced series lead Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk, both of whom will reprise their roles from the 2016 film Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. In April 2021, Arjona is confirmed to star as the lead with Andy Garcia in Warner Bros.’ remake of Father of the Bride.The latest take will be told through the relationships in a big, sprawling Cuban American family. In October 2021, she was set to star in and be the executive producer on drama film Los Firkis written and directed by Tyler Nilson and Michael Schwartz.