Brianne Sidonie Desaulniers (Sacramento, California; October 1, 1989), better known as Brie Larson, is an American actress, director, screenwriter, singer and youtuber, winner, among others, of the Oscar, Golden Globe, Bafta Award and Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actress of 2015 and in 2020 she won an Emmy Award as a producer.
Brie was homeschooled before studying acting at the American Conservatory Theater. She began her acting career on television, appearing as a regular on the 2001 comedy Raising Dad, for which she was nominated for a Young Artist Award.
He launched his musical career in 2005, with the release of his only album Finally Out of P.E .. Still a teenager, he had brief roles in some 2004 films such as 13 Going on 30 and Sleepover.
Her performance in the comedy Hoot (2006) was praised, and she subsequently played supporting roles in Greenberg’s (2010) films Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010) and 21 Jump Street (2012). From 2009 to 2011, Larson played a rebellious teenager on the television series United States of Tara.
Her breakout performance in the independent film Short Term 12 in 2013 garnered her praise and critical acclaim. Her consecration came in 2015, with her performance in The Room, an acclaimed drama based on the novel of the same name by Emma Donoghue, in which she played Joy “Ma” Newsome and won her several acting awards such as the Oscar the Golden Globe, the Film Critics Award, the SAG Award, the BAFTA and the Independent Spirit Award.
Larson has written and directed two short films,The Arm (2012) and Weighting (2013). She has also participated in a United States stage production at the Williamstown Theater Festival. She made her directorial debut in 2019 with the comedy Unicorn Store, which she also stars alongside Samuel L. Jackson.
Personal Information of Brie Larson:
Full Name: Brianne Sidonie Desaulniers
Famous: Brie Larson
Birthday: October 1, 1989
Age: 30 Years, 30 Year 2020
Sun Sign: Libra
Born In: Sacramento, California
Famous As: Actress
Occupation: Actress, Filmmaker
Years active: 1998-present
U.S. State: California
Partner(s):Alex Greenwald (2013–2019)
Height: 170 cm In feet inches – 5’7”
Weight: 58 kg In pounds – 128 lbs
Eyes Color: Light brown
Hair Color: Blonde
Net Worth: $15 million.
Early Life of Brie Larson:
Larson was born in Sacramento, California, the daughter of Sylvain and Heather Desaulniers. Her parents were chiropractors and practiced together.
When they separated during her childhood, she moved to Los Angeles with her mother and sister. After her homeschooling, she studied acting at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.
Her paternal grandparents were of French-Canadian origin, from Manitoba. Her paternal grandmother, Gabrielle Desaulniers, died in December 2015. When she grew up, Larson’s first language was French.
Brie stated in an interview that she chose “Larson” as her stage name from her great-grandmother’s maiden name. Swedish, as her last name was too difficult to pronounce.
But on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon stated that she took her stage name from Kirsten Larson, an American Girl doll she received as a child.
Personal Life of Brie Larson:
Brie has been single since the beginning of 2019 and ended her romantic relationship with the Californian rock singer Alex Greenwald, former vocalist of the band Phantom Planet. In an interview in the Spanish newspaper El Confidencial, she stated: We both share a great love for art and history, especially the Renaissance.
In addition to being currently vegan, she follows a gluten-free diet.
In February 2016, in an interview with Elle magazine, Larson revealed that she had not spoken to her father for more than ten years.
Professional Life of Brie Larson:
Larson’s first job was sketching on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Shortly after, he was on the television series Schimmel, which was never broadcast because its star, Robert Schimmel, was diagnosed with cancer shortly before it began. filming.
After it was “on hold” for ten months, Fox canceled the show. Larson later auditioned for a new show for The WB on In Your Dreams, landing the role of Bob Saget’s youngest daughter Emily.
The show was selected for the 2001-02 fall season, and was renamed Raising Dad. So it was canceled after 27 episodes. Larson was also cast in the pilot for the ABC sitcom Hope & Faith, but she and a few other cast members were dropped after the pilot was not aired.
In 2003, she starred alongside Beverley Mitchell in the Disney Channel original movie Right on Track. In July 2004, she co-starred with a large cast of teenage actors in the film Sleepover. She also had a small role in the film 13 Going on 30.
Larson appeared in the 2006 film Hoot, alongside Logan Lerman and Cody Linley. She voiced her voice in the Farce of the Penguins movie as a teenage penguin.
She played Angie in the 2007 comedy-drama Remember the Daze and also appeared in the 2008 short film “The Babysitter,” written and directed by David H. Steinberg. She appeared in an episode of Ghost Whisperer in January 2008.
She also had a role as Kate in the 2008 film Tanner Hall, directed by Francesca Gregorini and Tatiana von Fürstenberg. Larson played the character of Kate Gregson on the Showtime series: United States of Tara. The series premiered on January 18, 2009 and was not renewed after its third season. The season finale aired on June 20, 2011.
In 2012, Larson played Molly in the film adaptation of the popular 1980 television series: 21 Jump Street, co-starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum.
In 2013, she was a guest star playing Rachel in an episode of the Community series, titled “Herstory of Dance“, 21 and again in the episode “Analysis of Cork-Based Networking” the following year. In 2013, she starred in Short Term 12. She appeared as a guest on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson several times between 2010 and 2013.
In 2015, Larson played the sister of Amy Schumer’s character on Trainwreck. She also starred in The Room, a film adapted from the novel of the same name by Emma Donoghue.
The film was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, and began its premiere on October 16, 2015. It received critical acclaim, notably for Larson’s performance, which earned him several awards, including the Academy Award for best actress, as well as a Golden Globe and a BAFTA Award.
Larson joined the cast of Kong: Skull Island, alongside Samuel L. Jackson and Tom Hiddleston, with the filming that took place in Queensland, Australia.
In 2016, it was confirmed that Larson would be reuniting with his Short Term 12 director, Destin Daniel Cretton, for The Glass Castle. The Lionsgate script is adapted from the memoirs of Jeannette Walls.
It tells the story of a successful young woman who was raised by her dysfunctional and non-conformist parents. Their world is turned upside down when they move to New York to be close to her.
Woody Harrelson is already in the cast as the woman’s alcoholic father. Naomi Watts is currently in negotiations to join as Larson’s eccentric mother. The project is planned to begin production in Montreal around June 2016. Gil Netter will be producing.
In that same year, it was confirmed that Larson would be in charge of giving life to Captain Marvel, the new film whose release date in the United States is scheduled for March 8, 2019. In this way, she becomes the first female protagonist of this character.
Larson was a producer on the original virtual reality series Messy Truth VR Experience, work for which she won the first Emmy of her career on September 17, 2020.