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Bryce Dallas Howard Biography
Bryce Dallas Howard is an American actress and director known for her roles in films like The Village (2004), As You Like It (2006) and Spider-Man 3 (2007). Her role in The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) as Victoria, a vampire, made her more noticeable in the entertainment scene.
Bryce Dallas Howard Age
Bryce is 37 years old as of 2018. She was born on 2 March 1981 in Los Angeles, California, United States.
Bryce Dallas Howard Family
Bryce is the eldest daughter of Ron Howard, an American actor and director and his wife Cheryl Howard, a writer who works under the pen name Cheryl Howard Crew. Her family is also made up of her three younger siblings: twin sisters Jocelyn Howard and Paige Howard, and a brother named Reed Howard.
She is also the granddaughter of Rance Howard and Jean Speegle Howard, both of whom are actors and a niece to actor Clint Howard. Ron Howard’s co-star in the film Happy Days, Henry Winkler, is Bryce’s godfather.
Speaking about her childhood, Bryce says that she was allowed to be an extra in her father’s films when she was seven. Her parents raised all their kids away from the spotlight and mainly encouraged them to have outdoor activities and hobbies instead of watching TV. She also revealed that Tom Cruise is a family friend who babysat them severally.
Bryce Dallas Howard Middle Name Meaning
According to The Twilight Saga: Eclipse actress, her middle name “Dallas” signals to the place where she was conceived.Bryce Dallas Howard Photo
Bryce Dallas Howard Husband
Howard is married to Seth Gabel, an actor who is known for his role on Fox’s TV series Fringe as agent Lincoln Lee and also on Salem as Cotton Mather. The couple first met at New York University and dated for five years. On 17th June 2006, they tied the knot.
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After getting married, Bryce and her husband had plans to start their family while in their 30s but this quickly changed seven days later when she learnt that she was expecting their first child. She had the baby, a son by the name Theodore but she experienced post-partum depression. Luckily, she had the proper care and help from a physician and a therapist who helped her recover thought it lasted for 18 months.
In 2012, she gave birth to her second child with Gabel, a daughter by the name of Beatrice.
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Bryce Howard is a mother of two children: a son named Theodore Norman Howard-Gabel and a daughter named Beatrice Jean Howard-Gabel. Theodore was born in 2007 while Beatrice was born in 2012.
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While filming Black Mirror, a popular series, Bryce took on a role that made her gain weight. She says that she ended up gaining 30 pounds. Explaining why she agreed to put on the weight she said, “Society puts all this scrutiny on women’s bodies, which in a way serves to make us go insane and distract us from what’s really important…I wanted it be about image, and about how people want to control what other people think about them by trying to control themselves in ways that are harmful.”
Bryce Dallas Howard Height
The Jurassic Park co-star is 1.7 m tall.
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Black Mirror is a British science fiction anthology series and in its third series, Nosedive is the first episode. It is in a world where people can rate each other from one to five stars for every interaction they have, which can impact their socioeconomic status.
Bryce Howard has a role in the series as Lacie, a young woman overly obsessed with her ratings; she finds an opportunity to elevate her ratings greatly and move into a more luxurious residence after being chosen by her popular childhood friend (Alice Eve) as the maid of honour for her wedding. Her obsession leads to several mishaps on her journey to the wedding that culminate in a rapid reduction in her ratings.
Bryce Dallas Howard Spider Man 3
Bryce appears as Gwen Stacy in Spider-Man 3 (2007). In the movie, she is the daughter of NYPD Captain George Stacy. Gwen attends Columbia University and is a classmate and lab partner of Peter Parker.
Peter (as Spider-Man) rescues Gwen early in the film from a construction crane accident. This was in front of her father NYPD Captain George Stacy who ensured Spider-Man was awarded the key to New York for his efforts.
At the parade to award the key to New York, Gwen kisses an upside-down Spider-Man which causes his current girlfriend Mary Jane Watson to become jealous and hurt.
She was also friend with Eddie Brock who took pictures of her, so she could be a model. His relationship is short-lived as Peter, under the influence of the symbiote, steals her from Eddie.
He dances with her at the same jazz club where Mary Jane works, but Gwen realizes that Peter is doing this only to make Mary Jane jealous, so she apologizes to Mary Jane and storms out. Peter makes amends with Gwen later and she was also present at Harry Osborn’s funeral.
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The red-haired American actress has a net worth of $15 million.
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My worst moment: Bryce Dallas Howard and getting panned in her first big role
Published: January 15, 2019
Adopted from: chicagotribune.com
In “A Dog’s Way Home,” Bryce Dallas Howard provides the voice of Bella, a brown-and-tan mixed breed who becomes separated from her human family.
In a promo for the film, Shelby — the dog’s real name — can be seen snuggling happily with Howard. “She was found in a junkyard and hadn’t encountered people, as far as anyone could tell,” said Howard. “She was just a total sweetheart and was brought to a shelter,” where she was ultimately selected by a trainer for the film.
Having worked on movies like “Jurassic World,” where much of the challenge is acting opposite something that’s not really there, Howard said doing voiceover was easy by comparison. “The film was already shot and edited and I recorded the voiceover afterwards, which was so fun because I got to see the movie and experience what the audience is going to see, and then I got to add a layer to it. Typically you’re so inside of it, you don’t get a sense of the big picture until you’re at the premiere.”
When asked about a worst moment in her career, she recalled a story from early in her career. “There was one super-defining moment for me and it was when I had left NYU,” she said. “I hadn’t graduated but I had started doing theater.”
My worst moment …
“I did a couple shows at Manhattan Theatre Club and then I did something off-Broadway. And then I was doing Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ at the Public Theater and I was playing Rosalind. This was in 2003 and it was a production that had been put on before at another theater, so the entire cast had been brought back — except for Rosalind. The woman who had previously played the role booked a TV pilot very suddenly and had to leave.
“So I was hired a week-and-a-half before previews started. There are usually three weeks of rehearsals at least, I think. So I had half that.
“Now, Rosalind has more lines than any other female character in Shakespeare. And I’m this 20- or 21-year-old girl who has a week-and-a-half to get off-book and be able to really inhabit the role. So it was certainly a challenge. I had an amazing director and an awesome cast, but I didn’t feel like I was living up to the standards they were used to. It wasn’t even insecurity. It was just a fact that every day I was like: Oh my gosh, I’m just not there yet.
“So we finally get to opening night and that’s when all the reviewers were coming. We do the performance and you kind of know when you’re not awesome yet (laughs), you can just tell. I was giving it my best, but it wasn’t good enough. I have a good sense of when I’m (garbage), you know? (Laughs.)
“So the next morning I woke up and I opened the New York Times and I proceeded to read the review and it basically said this production is wonderful, beautifully directed, masterfully acted — but it’s a shame about the Rosalind. (Laughs.) And this was literally the first thing where I was carrying a show and having my performance assessed. And it was an accurate assessment! Not trying to be cruel at all. Like, really a legit critique.
(The review noted that while Howard was a “fetching temptress” in the role, she had a “tendency to overact. All too often you are conscious that she is making a face, as if the lines and gesture were memorized together.”)
“I remember reading this, and you start to sweat, you start to panic, you’re like, ‘Oh, (shoot).’ But then I remember being like: ‘Huh. I’m OK.’ Because I instantly recognized that it was true. I was like, ‘I’m going to walk this off,’ and I started to walk to the theater and by the time I got there, I literally had a pep in my step.
“And I just started to feel this freedom after that. Things started clicking and it started working. And a week after that review, M. Night Shyamalan came to see the show and afterwards he and his family waited for me. He was like, ‘We loved the show, I just wanted to introduce myself.’
“A few weeks later, after the show had closed, I got a call from my agent, who said: ‘M. Night Shyamalan wants to sit down and talk with you about a role in one of his movies.’ So I went to lunch with Night and he was like, ‘I don’t know how to say this’ — and then he pulled out a manilla envelope with a script and he pushed it over to me — ‘but I want you to be the lead in my next movie.’ And he said, ‘Just take the script, read it and give me a call.’ And I went and I read it, and it was ‘The Village’ (from 2004) and that was my first movie. It was obviously a game-changing opportunity for me.
“And what followed that movie was a Lars von Trier movie called ‘Manderlay’ (2005) and I got that job because one of the other actors, who was very close with the producer of that film, had seen me in ‘As You Like It’ a week after opening and recommended me.
“My third job was doing Kenneth Branagh’s ‘As You Like It’ (2006) as Rosalind. Why? Someone had seen me do it on (laughs) on stage a week after opening and recommended me! So I got to play Rosalind, again, in a movie with Ken Branagh directing me. And when that came out, I got nominated for a Golden Globe.
“Is there anything more encouraging than the fact that my first three major film jobs came directly from a performance that was given a week after being absolutely panned by the New York Times accurately? It was just this incredible payoff from this one experience. Work the problem, you’re going to have a (junk) sandwich at the start, but that doesn’t mean anything unless you give up.”