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Bryce Dallas Howard

Bryce Dallas Howard
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Howard at the Japan premiere of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in 2018
Born (1981-03-02) March 2, 1981 (age 38)
  • Actress
  • filmmaker
Years active1989-present
Seth Gabel (m. 2006)
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Bryce Dallas Howard (born March 2, 1981) is an American actress and filmmaker. She is the eldest daughter of actor and director Ron Howard. She attended New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, but left before graduating to take on roles on Broadway.

While starring as Rosalind in the play As You Like It, Howard caught the attention of director M. Night Shyamalan, and he cast her in the psychological thriller The Village (2004). It proved to be her breakout role and she subsequently starred in the title role of Shyamalan's fantasy thriller Lady in the Water (2006). Her performance in Kenneth Branagh's 2006 film adaptation of As You Like It earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination. She later appeared as Gwen Stacy in Sam Raimi's superhero film Spider-Man 3 (2007). Howard went on to appear in the action film Terminator Salvation (2009) and the fantasy film The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010), both of which were financially successful but garnered mixed reviews from critics.

In 2011, Howard had supporting roles in the acclaimed comedy-dramas 50/50 and The Help. She gained further international recognition for starring as Claire Dearing in the adventure film Jurassic World (2015) and its sequel Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018), which rank as her most financially successful films. She also had starring roles in the adventure film Pete's Dragon (2016) and the biopic Rocketman (2019).

Howard's directorial ventures include the television drama film Call Me Crazy: A Five Film (2013) and the documentary Dads (2019). She is married to the actor Seth Gabel, with whom she has two children.

Early life

Howard was born March 2, 1981, in Los Angeles, California,[1] to writer Cheryl Howard Crew (née Alley)[2] and actor-director Ron Howard, She has two younger sisters, twins Jocelyn and Paige, and a younger brother named Reed.[3] Through her father, she is a granddaughter of actors Rance Howard and Jean Speegle Howard as well as a niece of actor Clint Howard. Her godfather is actor Henry Winkler,[4] who co-starred on Happy Days with her father.[5]

All of the Howard children were raised away from the world of show business. Their parents did not allow them access to television and instead encouraged outdoor activities and hobbies. At the age of seven, however, she was allowed to be an extra in her father's movies. In an appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen in 2017, she mentioned that she and her siblings were babysat by family friend Tom Cruise on several occasions.[6] She was raised in Westchester County, New York, and on a farm in Greenwich, Connecticut.[7]

Howard attended Stagedoor Manor, a performing arts camp in upstate New York, with actress Natalie Portman.[3] After attending Greenwich Country Day School until 1996[8][9] and then graduating from Byram Hills High School in 1999,[10] Howard studied at New York University's (NYU) Tisch School of the Arts for three years, during which time she also attended the Stella Adler Conservatory, The Experimental Wing, and International Theatre Wing in Amsterdam.[11] During her schooling, she took part in the concept recording of the Broadway-bound musical A Tale of Two Cities.[12] She left New York University without completing her degree.[13] Howard is also an alumna of the Steppenwolf Theatre Company's School at Steppenwolf in Chicago, and of The Actors Center in New York City.[11] During her time in New York, Howard was also a member of downtown theater company Theater Mitu, in residence at New York Theatre Workshop, who are known for their exploration of theatrical forms.[11][14]


2002-2006: Career beginnings

For several years, Howard appeared in New York plays. Among these were House & Garden, a 2002 Alan Ayckbourn production held at the Manhattan Theatre Club, in which she portrayed a disdainful, flirtatious teen. While performing as Rosalind in the critically acclaimed 2003 William Shakespeare comedy production As You Like It at The Public Theater, Howard caught the eye of director M. Night Shyamalan.

Howard was cast in Shyamalan's fantasy thriller The Village (2004) two weeks later without having to audition.[5] Its story is about a "turn-of-the-20th-century" village whose residents live in fear of the creatures inhabiting the woods beyond it. She plays the female lead, the chief's blind daughter and love interest to Joaquin Phoenix's part. Her performance was applauded by critics and Howard was nominated for several awards, mostly in the category of "Best Breakthrough Performance".[15]The Village did well commercially, but had a mixed reception.[16][17] Following that, Howard was cast by Lars Von Trier to replace Nicole Kidman as Grace Mulligan in Manderlay, the 2005 sequel to Dogville (2003). The director said that it is "quite clear" his movie, set in a plantation, can be seen as an allusion to the Iraq War.[18]

Howard reunited with Shyamalan for Lady in the Water, in which she acts as Story, a type of water nymph called a narf. The 2006 fantasy film release also stars Paul Giamatti as the co-lead. Shyamalan's project follows the story of Giamatti's character rescuing what he thinks is a young woman (Howard) from his pool. Once he discovers that she is actually a character from a bedtime story who is trying to get back home, he teams up with his tenants to protect her from creatures that try to keep her in their world. It underperformed at the box office, falling short of its $75 million budget, and got largely negative reviews from critics.[19][20] Next, she once again played Rosalind in Kenneth Branagh's 2006 film version of Shakespeare's As You Like It. It played in theatres in Europe before going directly to cable in the United States, premiering on HBO.[21] Howard was nominated for a Golden Globe Award at the 2008 ceremony.[22] The project got soundly negative reviews from the British media,[23] while American reviewers gave it more favorable notice.[24] That year, she wrote and directed a short film, Orchids, as part of Glamour magazine's "Reel Moments" series funded by Cartier and FilmAid International.[25]

2007-2014: Larger budget films and international recognition

In 2007, Howard starred in her first blockbuster, Spider-Man 3 as Peter Parker's classmate Gwen Stacy, a fan favorite.[26] A challenge that came with playing Gwen was reminding fans of the good-intentioned character who was Peter's first love in the comics, yet came off as "the other woman" in the movie.[26] Howard dyed her naturally red hair blonde for the role and performed many of her own stunts, unaware that she was several months pregnant.[27] Grossing $890 million.[28][29]Terminator Salvation was her next project.[30] Cast in June 2008, she replaced Claire Danes as Kate Connor.[31] Howard was already a fan of the series.[32] It grossed a total of $370 million,[30] but was not well received critically.[33]

Howard starred as the lead character in The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond in 2009. Based on a 1957 screenplay by Tennessee Williams, it did not play at many theaters.[34] She played the role of Victoria, a vampire seeking revenge, in the Twilight series' third installment The Twilight Saga: Eclipse.[35] She landed the part after Rachelle Lefevre was dropped due to a scheduling conflict and filming started in August 2009.[36] Howard had already been a huge fan of the books and considered Victoria to be an "incredible character".[34] Released on June 30, 2010 the film made nearly $700 million[37] and although reviews were mixed,[38] critics gave very positive reviews for Howard in the role.[39][40]

Howard at the 2010 New York Film Festival

In December 2009, Howard was cast in Clint Eastwood's Hereafter (2010), as a burgeoning love interest for Matt Damon's character.[41][42]

In early January 2011, Howard became the first celebrity ambassador for purse designer Kate Spade.[43] Her first film of 2011 was The Help, a movie adaptation of Kathryn Stockett's 2009 best-selling novel of the same name. She received critical acclaim for her performance in the film and was nominated for many Best Supporting Actress Awards, along with winning awards shared with the rest of the cast.[44] Howard then produced Gus Van Sant's Restless, a dark coming of age movie about a teenage boy and girl who are engrossed with death.[45] She had a supporting role opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the cancer dramedy 50/50, which was based on a true story. "It's viewing that experience through a very truthful lens of humour", she stated of 50/50's take on its heavy subject matter.[46] Both films had September releases.

Howard directed the short film When You Find Me, a social film developed through a collaboration with Canon. The film was developed under the premise of gathering inspiration through images selected from a photography contest. 96,362 entries[47] were accepted, while only eight final images were selected to be utilized for the production of the film.[48]

2015--present: Further critical and commercial success

In 2015, Howard appeared in the lead role, alongside Chris Pratt, in the science fiction action film Jurassic World, the fourth film in the series.[49] The film was a commercial and critical success, grossing over $1.672 billion in worldwide receipts.[50] Howard's performance, as the park's operations manager Claire Dearing, and on-screen chemistry with Pratt was praised.[51][52]

In 2016, she starred in the fantasy adventure Pete's Dragon, a remake of the 1977 film of the same name,[53] and appeared in the crime drama Gold with Matthew McConaughey.[54] That same year, she appeared in "Nosedive", an episode of the Netflix anthology series Black Mirror.[55]

Howard reprised her role as Claire again in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which was released in 2018.[56] In 2019, she had leading roles in two films, providing the voice of the titular character Bella in A Dog's Way Home, and appearing as Elton John's mother in the musical biopic Rocketman, directed by Dexter Fletcher.[57] Also in 2019, she made her feature film directorial debut with the documentary film Dads.[58] It premiered at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival, where it was named second runner-up for the People's Choice Award for Documentaries.[59]

Howard will next be seen in as yet to be titled sixth installment of the Jurassic Park franchise in 2021.[60]

Personal life

During her senior year of high school, Howard learned of existentialism. "I was like, 'This is it! This is my religion.' I had never felt a connection to any sort of spirituality before that. It was very basic - you're responsible for the choices that you make - but it was mind-blowing at the time."[5]

Howard met actor Seth Gabel at New York University,[21] and the two dated for five years before marrying on June 17, 2006.[26][26] They had planned to start a family together in their 30s;[35] however, seven days after their wedding, she learned that she was expecting their first child.[61] Howard gave birth to their child, a son named Theodore, nicknamed Theo, in 2007.[62] Howard openly discussed having experienced post-partum depression. With the help of a physician and a therapist she recovered from the depression,[61] which lasted for about 18 months.[35] Howard said of the depression in 2010,

Do I wish I had never endured post-partum depression? Absolutely. But to deny the experience is to deny who I am. I still mourn the loss of what could have been, but I also feel deep gratitude for those who stood by me, for the lesson that we must never be afraid to ask for help, and for the feeling of summer that still remains.[61]

Howard gave birth to the couple's second child, daughter Beatrice, in 2012.[63]



Year Title Role Notes
1989 Parenthood Strawberry-Blonde Girl in Audience
1995 Apollo 13 Girl in Yellow Dress
2000 How the Grinch Stole Christmas Surprised Who
2001 A Beautiful Mind Harvard Student
2004 Book of Love Heather
2004 The Village Ivy Elizabeth Walker
2005 Manderlay Grace Margaret Mulligan
2006 As You Like It Rosalind
2006 Lady in the Water Story
2006 Orchids -- Short film; director and co-writer
2007 Spider-Man 3 Gwen Stacy
2008 Good Dick Kissing Woman[64] Cameo
2008 The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond Fisher Willow
2009 Terminator Salvation Katherine "Kate" Brewster Connor
2010 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Victoria
2010 Hereafter Melanie
2011 The Help Hilly Holbrook
2011 50/50 Rachael
2011 Restless -- Producer
2012 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 Victoria Archive footage
2015 Jurassic World Claire Dearing
2015 Solemates[65] -- Short film; director and writer
2016 Pete's Dragon Grace Meacham
2016 Gold Kay
2017 McLaren Herself Documentary
2018 Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Claire Dearing
2019 A Dog's Way Home Bella Voice role
2019 Rocketman Sheila Dwight
2019 Dads -- Documentary; director
TBA Swans of 5th Avenue[66] -- Producer


Year Title Role Notes
2009 Family Guy Various voices Episode: "We Love You, Conrad"
2013 Call Me Crazy: A Five Film -- Television film; director (segment: "Lucy")
2014 HitRecord on TV Various 2 episodes
2016 Black Mirror Lacie Pound Episode: "Nosedive"
2018 Arrested Development Herself Episode: "Emotional Baggage"
2019 The Mandalorian -- Director
Episode: "Chapter 4: Sanctuary"

Video games

Year Title Voice role
2015 Lego Jurassic World Claire Dearing
Lego Dimensions
2018 Jurassic World Evolution

Music videos

Year Title Artist Role Notes
2013 "Claudia Lewis" M83 -- Director


Year Title Voice role
2019 The Testaments Agnes

Awards and nominations

Year Association Category Work Result Ref.
2005 Online Film Critics Society Best Breakthrough Performance The Village Nominated [67]
Palm Springs International Film Festival Rising Star Award Won
Empire Awards Best Actress Nominated [68]
Best Newcomer Nominated [68]
MTV Movie Awards Best Breakthrough Female Nominated [69]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Scary Scene Nominated [70]
2006 Robert Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Manderlay Nominated
2008 Golden Globe Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Mini-Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television As You Like It Nominated [22]
2010 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Action Terminator Salvation Nominated [71]
2011 MTV Movie Awards Best Fight (shared with Xavier Samuel and Robert Pattinson) The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Won [72]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Villain Nominated
Black Reel Awards Best Ensemble The Help Won
Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Ensemble Won
Detroit Film Critics Society Best Ensemble Nominated
Hollywood Film Festival Ensemble of the Year Won
2012 Gold Derby Awards Best Ensemble Cast Won
MTV Movie Awards Best Cast (shared with Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Jessica Chastain, and Octavia Spencer) Nominated [73]
Best Jaw Dropping Moment Nominated [73]
Best Villain Nominated [73]
NAACP Image Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress Nominated [74]
San Diego Film Critics Society Best Performance by an Ensemble Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Cast - Motion Picture Won
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Won [75]
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Best Ensemble Nominated
Women Film Critics Circle Best Ensemble[76] Won
2015 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie: Hissy Fit Jurassic World Nominated [77]
Choice Summer Movie Star: Female Nominated [77]
2016 Huading Awards Best Global Actress in a Motion Picture Won
Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Actress in an Action Movie Nominated
Hollywood Film Awards Ensemble of the Year Gold Won
2017 Saturn Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [78]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries Black Mirror Nominated
Gold Derby Awards Best Miniseries/TV Movie Actress Nominated
2018 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer Movie Star: Female Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Won [79]
People's Choice Awards Favorite Female Movie Star Nominated
2019 Hasty Pudding Theatrical Award Woman of the Year Herself Won [80]


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