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Date of Birth
15 August 1990, Louisville, Kentucky, USA

Birth Name
Jennifer Shrader Lawrence


5' 9" (1.75 m)

Mini Biography

Actress Jennifer Lawrence, best-known for playing Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games (2012), was born in Louisville, Kentucky on August 15, 1990. Her career began when she spent a Summer in Manhattan at the age of 14. During that time, she scored some small commercial and film roles, and shortly thereafter her family moved to Los Angeles so she could further pursue her dream. She was cast in the TBS sitcom "The Bill Engvall Show" (2007), and in smaller movies like The Poker House (2008) and The Burning Plain (2008).

Her big break came when she played Ree in Winter's Bone (2010), which landed her an Academy Award and Golden Globe nomination. Shortly thereafter, she secured the role of Mystique in franchise reboot X-Men: First Class (2011), which went on to be a hit in Summer 2011. Around this time, Lawrence scored the role of a lifetime when she was cast as Katniss Everdeen in the big-screen adaptation of literary sensation The Hunger Games (2012). That went on to become one of the highest-grossing movies ever with over $407 million at the domestic box office, and instantly propelled Lawrence to the A-list among young actors/actresses. Three Hunger Games sequels are currently scheduled for release in November 2013, 2014, and 2015, with Lawrence reprising her role at least for the first one (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)).

Lawrence can also be seen in The Beaver (2011), Like Crazy (2011), House at the End of the Street (2012) and Silver Linings Playbook (2012).
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Mini Biography

Jennifer Lawrence was born in Louisville, Kentucky. She has 2 older brothers, Ben and Blaine, sister-in-law Meredith, and her parents are Gary and Karen Lawrence.

Jennifer, known to her friends and family as "Jen", was discovered in New York City at the age of 14. Before Jennifer became an actor, she was involved in cheer-leading, field hockey, softball, and modeling, none of which she held a passion for.

In the spring of 2004, she traveled to New York City and set up a few auditions with talent and modeling agencies. After conducting her first cold read, the agents told her mother that "it was the best cold read by a 14- year-old they had ever heard", and tried to convince her mother that she needed to spend the summer in Manhattan. After leaving the agency, Jen was spotted by an agent in the midst of shooting an H&M ad and asked to take her picture. The next day, that agent followed up with her and invited her to the studio for a cold read audition. Again, the agents were highly impressed and strongly urged her mother to allow her to spend the summer in New York City.

As fate would have it, she did spend that summer in New York City and appeared in commercials such as MTV's "My Super Sweet 16" and played a role in the movie, Devil You Know (2012). Shortly thereafter, her career forced her and her family to move to Los Angeles where she was cast in the TBS sitcom "The Bill Engvall Show" (2007) and movies such as The Poker House (2008) and The Burning Plain (2008).

Perhaps her most well-known work to date is her role as "Katniss Everdeen" in The Hunger Games (2012).
IMDb Mini Biography By: Ben Lawrence


For her role in Winter's Bone (2010), Lawrence learned to skin squirrels, chop wood, and fight.

Plays guitar.

Lawrence graduated from high school two years early in order to begin acting.

Lawrence was discovered by a photographer while visiting New York with her mom in 2005, which led to her landing an agent.

Is the second youngest Oscar nominee for best actress in a leading role. Only Keisha Castle-Hughes for Whale Rider (2002) was younger.

Fan of Jeff Bridges.

Appeared in two Sundance Grand Jury Prize winners in a row: Winter's Bone (2010) and Like Crazy (2011).

One of People magazine's Most Beautiful People in the World 2011.

One of Variety magazine's Top Ten Actors to Watch 2010.

Voted No. 10 on the 2011 Maxim list "Hot 100" women.

Some of her favorite actresses/acting inspirations are Meryl Streep, Laura Linney and Cate Blanchett.

Voted #47 on Ask men's top 99 'most desirable' women of 2012.

Voted by her class as "Most Talkative".

Good friends with her co-star, from The Hunger Games (2012), Josh Hutcherson.

Named as having the "Sexiest eyes" by Victoria's Secret What Is Sexy list (2012).

Jennifer has two cousins who live in Indiana by the names of Michael and Mason Miller.

Her father had a concrete construction firm, Lawrence & Associates, and her mother runs a children's camp.

For her role as Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games (2012), Lawrence worked out twice a day and practiced archery.

In a relationship with actor Nicholas Hoult since 2010.

Personal Quotes

[on auditions and meetings] - The miserable ones are the ones where all the girls auditioning are in the same room. There's no talking in those rooms. I've tried. Yesterday I had to do an interview. I was in a horrible mood. I couldn't think of basic words. I could see my publicist in the background, mouthing things to say. They want you to be likable all the time, and I'm just not.

I'm excited to be seen as sexy. But not slutty.

Where are the Robert Redfords and Paul Newmans of my age group? I love James Franco, but where's the next James Franco? Where are the hunks who can act?

There are actresses who build themselves, and then there are actresses who are built by others. I want to build myself.

... I have this feeling of protectiveness over characters I want to play. I worry about them-if someone else gets the part, I'm afraid they won't do it right; they'll make the character a victim or they'll make her a villain or they'll just get it wrong somehow. ... When I get like that, anything's possible.

[on her role in Winter's Bone (2010)] - I'd have walked on hot coals to get the part. I thought it was the best female role I'd read - ever. I was so impressed by Ree's tenacity and that she didn't take no for an answer. For the audition, I had to fly on the redeye to New York and be as ugly as possible. I didn't wash my hair for a week, I had no makeup on. I looked beat up in there. I think I had icicles hanging from my eyebrows.

When I first got to New York, my feet hit the sidewalk and you'd have thought I was born and raised there. I took over that town. None of my friends took me seriously. I came home and announced, 'I'm going to move to New York,' and they were like 'OK.' Then when I did, they kept waiting for me to fail and come back. But I knew I wouldn't. I was like, 'I'll show you.'

I never felt like I completely, 100% understood something so well as acting.

I'd like to direct at some point. But I don't know because 10 years ago I would have never imagined that I'd be here. So in 10 years from now, I might be running a rodeo.

[on being a sudden sex symbol]: It feels weird. But [it's] not bad at all.

I don't really diet or anything. I'm miserable when I'm dieting and I like the way I look. I'm really sick of all these actresses looking like birds... I'd rather look a little chubby on camera and look like a person in real life, than look great on screen and look like a scarecrow in real life.

Winter's Bone (2010) wasn't a fun, easy movie to make by any means. But I didn't do it to have fun.

I like when things are hard; I'm very competitive. If something seems difficult or impossible, it interests me.

[on not wanting to be famous] I look at Kristen Stewart now and I think, "I'd never want to be that famous". I can't imagine how I'd feel if all of a sudden my life was pandemonium.

I'm doing what I love, and then I get months and months of rest. I have a lot of money for a 21-year-old. I can't stand it when actors complain.

I hate saying, 'I like exercising.' I want to punch people who say that in the face. But it's nice being in shape for a movie, because they basically do it all for you. It's like, 'Here's your trainer. This is what you can eat. ... I don't diet. I do exercise! But I don't diet. You can't work when you're hungry, you know?

[on being asked if The Hunger Games (2012) transitioned her too quickly into stardom] - I think about this all the time. But when you get a promotion at your job, you don't go "That was too fast. Can I stay in the mailroom a while longer?" You take it.

[on posing in an Esquire magazine photo shoot to try and help shake up her public image] A lot of people said, "Oh, now we have a great actress come along and she's showing her boobs". But that's exactly what I had to do so I could keep working. Honestly, that photo shoot is what helped me get "X-Men" [X-Men: First Class (2011)].

There's just no imagination in Hollywood. I wanted to show people Winter's Bone (2010) for the performance, but it ended up having the opposite effect. People were like, no, she's not feminine, she's not sexual.

[on referring to the characters she's played in Winter's Bone (2010) and The Hunger Games (2012)] I don't know what it is with me and maternal wilderness girls, I just love 'em. Even before "Winter's Bone", the first movie I ever did, The Poker House (2008), I was caring for my younger siblings in a tough, dark situation.

[on suffering through school] I always felt dumber than everybody else. I hated it. I hated being inside. I hated being behind a desk. School just kind of killed me.

I think it gets so much easier to let things roll off your back. It's such a business of hurry up and wait, and if you let it get to you it will drive you absolutely insane. Like, 'Why was I called in at four in the morning and I haven't been used until one in the afternoon?' And 'Why are we shooting this a million times when we have five other scenes to shoot?' But you get to the point where you just say 'This is filmmaking. This is what you get paid for. Everybody is doing the best they can. It's what you have to live with.'

Winter's Bone (2010)     $3,000 a week (scale)
The Hunger Games (2012)     $500,000 plus escalators that equal to $1 million
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2013)     $10 million (combination of salary, bonuses and escalators)

Date of Birth
17 April 1985, Bedford, New York, USA

Birth Name
Patricia Rooney Mara

5' 3" (1.60 m)

Mini Biography

Rooney Mara was born in Bedford, New York in 1985. Christened Patricia Rooney Mara when she made her debut on the world stage, she is one of four children of NFL football team New York Giants executive Timothy Christopher Mara and Kathleen McNulty, the granddaughter of Art Rooney, Sr., the founder of the Pittsburgh Steelers football franchise. (Her mother's maiden name is Rooney.) Her paternal grandfather was Giants founder Tim Mara.

Steelers Chairman Dan Rooney, the former Ambassador to Ireland, is her great-uncle, and she is of Irish descent through both her father and mother. Her maternal grandmother, who was Italian-American, wed Tim Rooney, owner of Yonkers Raceway.

After graduating from Bedford's Fox Lane High school, she enrolled in the Traveling School, which took her to South America to study. She spent a year at George Washington University before transferring to New York University, where she studied international social policy and psychology. She took her degree from NYU in 2010. Her studies focused on non-profit organizations, as her family has a tradition of involvement in philanthropic causes.

She had thought of acting after watching old movies and attending musical theater, but did not think of it as a serious vocation and was afraid she might fail at it. As a result of her reservations, she appeared in only one play while in high school.

She began seriously focusing on acting when she was at New York University, appearing in student films. Inspired by her older sister, actress Kate Mara, she began to pursue the craft, auditioning for acting jobs at the age of 19. She appeared with her sister Kate in the video horror movie Urban Legends: Bloody Mary (2005) (V), billing herself as "Patricia Mara". As "Tricia Mara", she had guest roles on TV and won her first lead in the movie Tanner Hall (2009), which was shot in the fall of 2007.

She originally auditioned for the supporting role of Lucasta in "Tanner Hall", a $3-million independent film, but director Tatiana von Furstenberg was so impressed by the young actress, she had her return to audition for the lead role of Fernanda, which Mara won. Furstenberg was delighted with her nuanced performance, saying, "Still waters run deep".

Continuing to call herself Tricia Mara, it was during the making of "Tanner Hall" that she considered changing her professional name to Rooney Mara, soliciting the advice of the cast and crew. After premiering at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival, her performance in "Tanner Hall" brought the rechristened Rooney Mara a "Rising Star" award at the 2009 Hamptons Film Festival and a "Stargazer Award" at the 2010 Gen Art Film Festival.

In 2010 she got her first lead role in a major feature, in the $35 million remake A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010). The movie proved disappointing at the box office, grossing only $63 million domestically and racking up a world-wide gross of just under $116 million. However, that same year, she was noticed by critics in the small but pivotal role of the Boston University undergrad Erica who dumps Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in The Social Network (2010). Director David Fincher subsequently cast her as the lead in his The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) trilogy.

In the spirit of her family's philanthropic endeavors, Rooney created Faces of Kibera, a charity that provides food, medical care and housing to orphans in Nairobi, Kenya's Kibra district, a small slum that houses a million people. There are many orphans as AIDS is rampant in the slum.
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Younger sister of Kate Mara.

Considers Gena Rowlands to be her favorite actress and A Woman Under the Influence (1974) to be her favorite film.

Great-granddaughter of Art Rooney.

Granddaughter of Wellington Mara and Timothy Rooney.

Great-grandfather Tim Mara founded the New York Giants. Great-grandfather Art Rooney founded the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Daughter of Timothy Christopher Mara, a scout for the New York Giants and Kathleen McNulty, née Rooney.

Uncle John Mara is CEO of the New York Giants since 2005.

Rooney Mara founded the non-profit organization Faces of Kibera. It provides housing, food, and medical care for orphans in Kibera, a slum in Nairobi, Kenya. The charity's goal is to build an orphanage in the region, for which 6 acres of land have been purchased. The charity auctions memorabilia from the Steelers and Giants, as well as training camp events on eBay to raise money.

Rooney and her sister Kate Mara both appeared in Best Picture Oscar nominated films in 2011. Rooney was in The Social Network (2010), Kate in 127 Hours (2010).

Several sources, including Vogue and Entertainment Weekly, reported that the piercings (including multiple ear, eyebrow, and nipple piercings) that Rooney Mara sports as Lisbeth Salander in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo were real, not cosmetic simulations. Mara got the piercings in a series of sessions in Brooklyn and Sweden.

Voted #3 on Ask Men's top 99 'most desirable' women of 2012.

Personal Quotes

[on the poster for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)] There's a certain way people are used to seeing nude women, and that's in a submissive, coy pose, not looking at the camera. And in this poster, I'm looking dead into the camera with no expression on my face. I think it freaks a lot of people out.

[on portraying Lisbeth Salander] I spent over a year with the character and there are so many different things that I love about her. I think the thing that makes her such a compelling character is that you do sort of fall instantly in love with her, but at the same time you don't always agree with what she's doing and you also question her and you get frustrated by her. She's just an incredibly multi-layered character.

[on her The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) character] She's unlike any character I've read before, and I think there's a reason the whole world has fallen in love with her. It's hard not to. I felt like I really understood her. I went in for Erica Albright never thinking I'd get it because I couldn't really relate to her. Playing that character was actually much more foreign to me than playing Salander, but they loved me, which was a shock.

I refuse to engage in anything until I'm fully sure that I'm capable of it.

[on Lisbeth Salander] There aren't many interesting and diverse parts out there for women. There seem to be a few different stereotypical roles that get recycled, so it was refreshing to have this complex character for a woman; very rare.

Date of Birth
6 November 1988, Scottsdale, Arizona, USA

Birth Name
Emily Jean Stone

5' 6" (1.68 m)

Mini Biography

Stone began acting as a child as a member of the Valley Youth Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona, where she made her stage debut in a production of Kenneth Grahame's "The Wind in the Willows". She appeared in many more productions through her early teens until, at the age of 15, she decided that she wanted to make acting her career.

The official story is that she made a PowerPoint presentation, backed by Madonna's "Hollywood" and itself entitled "Project Hollywood", in an attempt to persuade her parents to allow her to drop out of school and move to Los Angeles. The pitch was successful and she and her mother moved to LA with her schooling completed at home while she spent her days auditioning.

She had her TV breakthrough when she won the part of Laurie Partridge in the VH1 talent/reality show "In Search of the Partridge Family" (2004) which led to a number of small TV roles in the following years.

Her movie debut was as Jules in Superbad (2007) and, after a string of successful performances, her leading role as Olive in Easy A (2010) established her as a star.
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Trade Mark

Green eyes

Distinct, low-pitched, husky voice.


Attended Xavier College Preparatory in Phoenix, Arizona.

Although she's known as a redhead, her natural hair color is blonde. It was Judd Apatow who suggested she change her hair color for Superbad (2007) and she liked it so much that she decided to keep it.

She convinced her parents to let her move to Hollywood when she was fifteen by making a PowerPoint presentation aptly titled, Project Hollywood.

She got her start in acting at eleven years old at the Valley Youth Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona, where she starred in over sixteen stage productions as well as performing the the theatre's comedy improv troupe.

Was ranked #93 in Ask Men's Top 99 Women of 2009.

Was ranked #66 in Maxim magazine's Hot 100 of 2009 list.

Was ranked #93 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women in the World (2009).

She is of Swedish descent.

Was considered one of the 55 faces of the future by Nylon Magazine Young Hollywood Issue.

Was ranked #49 in Maxim magazine's Hot 100 of 2010 list.

Some of her favorite films include Manhattan (1979), Network (1976), Harold and Maude (1971), and City Lights (1931).

Friend of Taylor Swift.

Her idols are Gilda Radner and Diane Keaton.

Her parents owned the Camelback Golf Course in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Her middle name, Jean, was her grandmother's first name.

Good friends with Superbad (2007) co-star, Jonah Hill.

Her father, Jeff, is a contractor and her mother, Krista, is a homemaker.

Her family's surname was anglicized to "Stone" when immigrating to the United States through Ellis Island.

Has a younger brother named Spencer.

Was ranked #42 on Maxim magazine's Hot 100 Women of 2011 list.

Her mother is a breast cancer survivor.

Her favorite movie is City Lights (1931) by Charles Chaplin.

Auditioned for the role of Claire Bennet in "Heroes" (2006/II), but lost out to Hayden Panettiere. She referred to this experience as "rock bottom".

Ranked #38 in the 2011 FHM Australia list of "100 Sexiest Women in the World".

She didn't know she had asthma until she had an asthma attack while filming Easy A (2010).

Started to use "Emma" as her professional name, because there was already an "Emily Stone" when she applied for her SAG card.

When she was age 7, she fell off the parallel bars in gymnastics and broke both her arms.

In two of her films, Easy A (2010) and Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011), Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Scarlet Letter" is discussed.

Voted #6 on Ask Men's top 99 'most desirable' women of 2012.

Named as having the "Sexiest sense of humour" by Victoria's Secret What Is Sexy list (2012).

Friends with Mila Kunis.

In a relationship with actor Andrew Garfield since 2011.

Personal Quotes

[on shooting Superbad (2007)] It's incredible, it's been really fun and really funny and I can't stop breaking character which is getting me in trouble sometimes but it's alright, ya know...I just keep laughing.

I've got a great family and great people around me that would be able to kick me in the shins if I ever for one minute got lost up in the clouds. I've been really lucky in that sense.

Haven't had to fight off any Seth characters. And I'm not fighting him off. It's a situation where I really do like him. I just don't want our first kiss to happen in that situation. But, no, I've never really had that experience. Of someone coming on to me being out of their mind drunk. I'm the lucky one, maybe.

[on it being difficult for women to get into comedy] - There really aren't many parts. It's an unfortunate thing and something I hope will change, but never has, and who knows if it will? I think "Saturday Night Live" (1975), starting in the 1970s, really gave women an outlet to be funny. A lot of those women went on to have film careers, from Kristen Wiig now to Tina Fey and Gilda Radner. Nowadays it seems like the real goldmine is in creating your own characters and teaming with a good writer, but its not easy. It's a scary thing for a woman to put yourself out there and look like an idiot. Look at Lucille Ball. She said, 'I'm not funny. What I am is brave'. The comediennes I admire are the bravest people who aren't afraid to look ridiculous. Maybe that's a harder notion for women - the fear of not looking their best.

I realize I have a lot of amazing opportunities, but I don't know how you can play a human being going through real human experiences without being able to walk down the street. If you can't live a real life, how do you play a real person? It always confuses me when actors work back-to-back-to-back with no break. If you live your life on a film set, how the hell can you relate to real people? You don't know what its like to not have people fussing over you all day, and that's not life - that's silly movies. I will always want to take breaks and I wouldn't be OK with losing that.

[on her hair for her role in The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)] I have blonde hair now since Gwen (Stacy) has blonde hair. My hair is naturally blonde, so it's kind of nice. I look in the mirror and say, "Oh my God, it's me again, it's been so long!"

The truth is I am naturally blonde anyway. Everyone thinks I'm a redhead but that's just dyed. I'm actually enjoying being a blonde again. It's been a while.

Blondes do have more fun. But sometimes I look in the mirror and still feel like I'm wearing a wig.

Y'know when you think 'I can't do something because this or this or this.' You can actually do anything you want, like I could ballistic right now and tear this whole room apart, I could but i'm not going to because logic is stopping me but you can do whatever you want. You really can veer off any path at any time. Never give up!

I was a stepsister in a local production of "Cinderella". I had crazy red hair in a cone shape and lots of blue eye shadow. I had braces at the time, so whenever I smiled it was all red lipstick on my teeth, which was really attractive. After that I did a play called "Noises Off", and when that was over I thought, I really want to be in movies. So I asked my parents and eventually they said yes.

[on beauty] Confidence is the only key. I know a lot of people who aren't traditionally 'beautiful' - not symmetrical or perfect-bodied or perfect-skinned. But none of that matters because all that shines through is their confidence, humor and comfort with themselves. I can't think of any better representation of beauty than someone who is unafraid to be herself.

[on Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)] First of all, do you know how rare it is that you read an original script - a story that isn't a sequel, prequel, threequel? But this movie covers all of these different kind of relationships, and it looks at them in original ways. How unusual is it that you see a story in which a woman cheats on her husband but you also root for them to get back together?

[on performing flying-stunt sequences in 'The Amazing Spider-Man']I will say this about wirework. It's like the difference between roller coaster and bungee jump. I'm fine in a roller coaster. but put me in a bungee thing where they shoot you up and you freefall? I don't like that. It's fine if there's a track and some kind of harness, but I get really freaked-out if it's in any way a freefall.

We went to Coronado every summer, so I always think of driving over that bridge from San Diego, and then walking down that little strip on the main street, going cosmic bowling at midnight, eating at this 24-hour diner at 3 a.m. - that's summer to me. We'd just hang out on the beach and walk around and go to Hotel Del Coronado, and learn about the ghost of the Hotel Del.

There's this Ryan Gosling quote that I steal all the time - I watched an interview with him in Cannes - and he said picking roles is like listening to songs on the radio: There can be a lot of really great songs in a row, but then one comes on that just makes you want to dance.

Where Are They Now

(January 2011) Filming The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Date of Birth
22 November 1984, New York City, New York, USA

Birth Name
Scarlett Ingrid Johansson

5' 3" (1.60 m)

Mini Biography

Scarlett Johansson was born in New York City to an Ashkenazi Jewish mother, Melanie Sloan and a Danish father, Karsten Johansson. Scarlett showed a passion for acting at a young age and starred in many plays. She has a sister named Vanessa Johansson, a brother named Adrian, and a twin brother named Hunter Johansson born three minutes after her.

She began her acting career in 1994 starring as "Laura Nelson" in North (1994). In 1998, the acclaimed film The Horse Whisperer (1998) brought Johansson critical praise and worldwide recognition. Following the film's success, she starred in many other films including the critically acclaimed cult film Ghost World (2001) and then the hit Lost in Translation (2003) with Bill Murray in which she again stunned critics. Later on, she appeared in Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003).

In 2003, she was nominated for two Golden Globes, one for drama (Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003)) and one for comedy (Lost in Translation (2003)). She dropped out of Mission: Impossible III (2006) due to scheduling conflicts. Her next film role was in The Island (2005) alongside Ewan McGregor which earned weak reviews from U.S. critics.

After this, she appeared in Woody Allen's Match Point (2005) and was nominated again for a Golden Globe.
IMDb Mini Biography By: Jack Pearce

Ryan Reynolds     (27 September 2008 - 1 July 2011) (divorced)

Trade Mark

Her full lips

Wide range of hair styles and colors

Seductive husky voice

Often plays characters who look and act older than their age

Frequently works with Woody Allen

Curvy, buxom figure


Received an "introducing" credit for The Horse Whisperer (1998) although it was her seventh feature film.

Has a younger twin brother, Hunter Johansson.

Attended and graduated in 2002 from Professional Children's School in Manhattan, New York City.

Grandchild of writer Ejner Johansson.

Is of Danish descent on her father's side and Ashkenazi Jewish descent on her mother's side.

Was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) in June 2004.

Applied to New York University's Tisch School of the Arts for the fall 2003 semester, but was not accepted. The rejection allowed her to focus on her career, which blossomed soon after.

Shortly after Lost in Translation (2003) was released, she said she had a connection to older men and couldn't see herself dating anyone under 30. True to her word, she had a relationship with actor Benicio Del Toro, who is 17 years her senior.

Was cast as Rebecca in Thumbsucker (2005), but dropped out before filming commenced and was replaced by Kelli Garner.

Her father Karsten Johansson, a NY architect, and mother Melanie Sloan, her manager, now divorced, separated when she was 13.

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