Fun fact about Nathalie Kelley is that she isn't Japanese-Asian. She's not even close to the vicinity of being an Asian. Instead, she belongs to the Hispanic-Peruvian community. To be more exact, she was descended from the Hispanic-Peruvian community where she was born in Lima, Peru, but she was raised in Sydney, Australia. But since there isn't much difference between a Hispanic-Peruvian and an Asian-Japanese, Nathalie Kelley portrayed an Asian-Japanese named Neela as the official leading lady for the film The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. It was Nathalie Kelley's first and only chance to be the leading lady in a The Fast and the Furious series (Fast 8 is currently being filmed in Cuba and Cleveland, Ohio) though she did appear in Furious 7. The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift had much more of a Romeo and Juliet type of plot without Paul Walker as Brian O'Connor, but instead NCIS: New Orleans actor Lucas Black as Sean Boswell. Sean Boswell is a Caucasian outsider living in Tokyo, Japan falling for the girlfriend of Yakuza gangster named Takashi (Played by Brian Tee). Thankfully, Takashi is addicted to illegal car racing and so is Sean Boswell. Hey, it isn't a Fast and the Furious film without lots and lots of mindless car chases and lots and lots of mindless car crashes taking up most of the film.