She has been a show stopper on television and the silver screen.
And on Friday Eiza Gonzalez turned more than a few heads when she put on show during a coffee run in Los Angeles.
All eyes were on the Hobbs & Shaw star as she hopped out of her SUV dressed in a skimpy, white crop top that highlighted her toned midriff.
Hot in the city: Eiza Gonzalez, 30, turned heads when she shoed off her toned midriff in a skimpy crop top during a coffee run in Los Angeles on Friday
The tiny top also helped showcase her slender build and cleavage.
The Mexican-born actress, 30, matched the crop top with a blue nylon sweatpants and a pair of multi-colored Nike sneakers.
She also wore dark sunglasses and a white baseball cap over her raven tresses that flowed past the middle of her back.
Sporty: The Hobbs & Shaw star paired the revealing crop top with blue sweatpants and adhered to COVID-19 protocols and wore a protective mask
With the COVID-19 pandemic still raging in many states across the U.S., Gonzalez donned a protective mask over her nose and mouth while out in the public.
She spent a few minutes inside the shop, made a purchase, and then headed outside and back to her vehicle and drove off.
Gonzalez first made waves as an actress in several series in her native Mexico in the 2000s.
Making her mark: Gonzalez is best known for her roles in From Dusk till Dawn: The Series (2014-2016), Baby Driver (2017), Welcome To Marwen (2018) and Hobbs & Shaw (2019)
Since she made the transition to English-speaking productions in 2013, the beauty scored roles in Baby Driver (2017), Welcome To Marwen (2018) and Hobbs & Shaw (2019), Bloodshot (2020), and as one of the leads in From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series (2014-2016).
More recently she starred in the action heist film Cut Throat City, the upcoming thriller I Care A Lot and the monster film Godzilla vs. Kong with Millie Bobbie Brown and Alexander Skarsgard.
She also has the American-British comedy film Love Spreads in the can, but the release has been delayed due to the coronavirus crisis.
In demand: The Mexican-born star has at least four new films in some form of post-production