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Dakota Fanning

Dakota Fanning
Dakota Fanning Very Good Girls Premiere (cropped).jpg
Fanning in January 2013
Hannah Dakota Fanning

EducationCampbell Hall School
Alma materNew York University
  • Actress
  • model
Years active1999-present
RelativesElle Fanning (sister)

Hannah Dakota Fanning (born February 23, 1994) is an American actress.[1] She rose to prominence at the age of seven for her performance as Lucy Dawson in the drama film I Am Sam (2001), for which she received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination at age eight, making her the youngest nominee in SAG history.[2] Fanning played major roles in the films Uptown Girls (2003), The Cat in the Hat (2003), Man on Fire (2004), War of the Worlds (2005), Dreamer (2005), and Charlotte's Web (2006).

Fanning followed with more mature roles, playing Lewellen in Hounddog (2007), Lily in The Secret Life of Bees (2008), the eponymous character in Coraline (2009), Cherie Currie in The Runaways (2010) and Jane Volturi in The Twilight Saga (2009-2012). Throughout the 2010s, she continued appearing in independent productions such as the dramas Now Is Good (2012) and Night Moves (2013), the comedy-drama Very Good Girls (2013), and the biographical film Effie Gray (2014). In 2018, she appeared in the heist comedy Ocean's 8 and had a starring role in the period drama miniseries The Alienist. She portrayed Manson girl Squeaky Fromme in the Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019).

Fanning made her modelling debut in 2009 when she was featured on the cover of fashion magazines Elle, Vanity Fair, and Cosmopolitan, among others. She also appeared in the fashion week in New York in 2014 and at the opening ceremony of Fashion Week New York S/S 2015.

Early life

Fanning was born in Conyers, Georgia. She attended a Montessori School in Covington. Her mother, Heather Joy (née Arrington), played tennis professionally, and her father, Steven J. Fanning, played minor league baseball and now works as an electronics salesman in Los Angeles, California.[3] Her maternal grandfather is former American football player Rick Arrington, and her aunt is former ESPN reporter Jill Arrington. [4] Counted among the Arrington family's notable ancestors is the gentleman farmer William Farrar.[5] Dakota is the elder sister of Elle Fanning, also an actress; both were brought up Southern Baptist.[6][7]

Acting career


When Fanning was a small child, she was an actress at the Towne Lake Arts Center in Woodstock, Georgia, starring in small plays. In 1999, at the age of five, she began her professional acting career, appearing in a Tide television commercial. Her first significant acting job was a guest role in the NBC prime-time drama ER, which remains one of her favorite roles:

I played a car accident victim who has leukemia. I got to wear a neck brace and nose tubes for the two days I worked.[8]

Fanning subsequently had several guest roles on television series, including CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The Practice, and Spin City. She also portrayed the title characters of Ally McBeal and The Ellen Show as young girls.

In 2001, Fanning was chosen to star opposite Sean Penn in the movie I Am Sam, the story of a mentally challenged man who fights for the custody of his daughter (played by Fanning). Her role in the film made Fanning the youngest person ever to be nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award, being seven years of age at the time.[9] She also won the Best Young Actor/Actress award from the Broadcast Film Critics Association for her performance.[10]

In 2002, director Steven Spielberg cast Fanning in the lead child role of Allison "Allie" Clarke/Keys in the science fiction miniseries Taken. By this time, she had received positive notices from several film critics, including Tom Shales of The Washington Post, who wrote that Fanning "has the perfect sort of otherworldly look about her, an enchanting young actress called upon ... to carry a great weight."[11]

In the same year, Fanning appeared in three films: as a kidnap victim who proves to be more than her abductors bargained for in Trapped, as the young version of Reese Witherspoon's character in Sweet Home Alabama, and as Katie in the movie Hansel and Gretel.

A year later, she starred in two prominent films: playing the uptight child to an immature nanny played by Brittany Murphy in Uptown Girls, and as Sally in The Cat in the Hat. In addition, Fanning did voice-over work for four animated projects during this period, including voicing Satsuki in Disney's English language release of My Neighbor Totoro, a little girl in the Fox series Family Guy, and a young Wonder Woman in the episode "Kids Stuff" from Cartoon Network's Justice League Unlimited.

In 2004, she made an appearance on season ten of the television series Friends, playing the role of Mackenzie, a young girl who is moving out of the house Monica and Chandler are buying.


Fanning at the London premiere of War of the Worlds, in June 2005

In 2004, Fanning appeared in Man on Fire as Pita, a nine-year-old who wins over the heart of a retired mercenary (Denzel Washington) hired to protect her from kidnappers. Roger Ebert wrote that Fanning "is a pro at only ten years old, and creates a heart-winning character."[12]

Hide and Seek was her first release in 2005, opposite Robert De Niro. The film was generally panned, and critic Chuck Wilson called it "a fascinating meeting of equals - if the child star [Fanning] challenged the master [De Niro] to a game of stare-down, the legend might very well blink first."[13]

Fanning voiced Lilo Pelekai (taking over for Daveigh Chase) in the direct-to-video film Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch. She also had a small part in the Rodrigo García film Nine Lives (released in October 2005), in which she shared an unbroken nine-minute scene with actress Glenn Close, who had her own praise for Fanning: "She's definitely an old soul. She's one of those gifted people that come along every now and then."[14] Fanning also recorded her lead role in Coraline during this time.[15]

Fanning completed filming on Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story (opposite Kurt Russell) in late October 2004.

Kris Kristofferson, who plays her character's grandfather in the film, said that she is like Bette Davis reincarnated.[16] While promoting her role in Dreamer, Fanning became a registered member of Girl Scouts of the USA at a special ceremony, which was followed by a screening of the film for members of the Girl Scouts of the San Fernando Valley Council.[17]

Fanning then went on to star in War of the Worlds, starring alongside Tom Cruise. Released in reverse order (War in June 2005 and Dreamer in the following October), both films were a critical success.[]War director Steven Spielberg praised "how quickly she understands the situation in a sequence, how quickly she sizes it up, measures it up and how she would really react in a real situation."[18]

Fanning moved straight to another film without a break: Charlotte's Web, which she finished filming in May 2005 in Australia, and premiered on December 15, 2006.

During the summer of 2006, Fanning worked on the film Hounddog, described in press reports as a "dark story of abuse, violence, and Elvis Presley adulation in the rural South."[19] Fanning's parents have been criticized for allowing her to film a scene in which her character is raped. However, Fanning defended the film by saying to Reuters, "It's not really happening. It's a movie, and it's called acting."[20]

Although the film was a failure both at the box office and with critics,[] Fanning's performance was praised by Roger Ebert, who compared her to Jodie Foster in Taxi Driver.[21]

In the same year, at the age of twelve, she was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, becoming the youngest member in the Academy's history.[22] Later that year, she was ranked 4th in Forbes list of "Top-Earning Stars Aged Under 21", having earned an estimated $4 million in 2006.[23]

In the spring of 2007, she filmed Fragments - Winged Creatures alongside Kate Beckinsale, Guy Pearce, Josh Hutcherson, and Academy Award winners Forest Whitaker and Jennifer Hudson. She plays Anne Hagen, a girl who witnesses her father's murder and who turns to religion in the aftermath. In July, Fanning appeared on a short film titled Cutlass, one of Glamour's "Reel Moments" based on readers' personal essays. Cutlass was directed by Kate Hudson.

From September to the end of the year, Fanning filmed Push, which centers on a group of young American expatriates with telekinetic and clairvoyant abilities who hide from the Division (a U.S. government agency) in Hong Kong and band together to try to escape the control of the division.[24] Fanning played Cassie Holmes, a 13-year-old psychic.


In January 2008, Fanning began filming the film adaptation of The Secret Life of Bees, a novel by Sue Monk Kidd.[25] Set in South Carolina in 1964, the story centers on Lily Owens (Fanning), who escapes her lonely life and troubled relationship with her father by running away with her caregiver and only friend (played by Jennifer Hudson) to a South Carolina town where they are taken in by an eccentric trio of beekeeping sisters (played by Queen Latifah, Sophie Okonedo, and Alicia Keys).

Fanning at the premiere of Eclipse in June 2010

Her films, horror animation Coraline and science fiction thriller Push, were released on the same day, February 6, 2009.

In March 2008, upon the original creation of the film adaptation Dakota and Elle Fanning were cast to play Kate and Anna respectively in the film My Sister's Keeper. However, when Dakota heard that she would be required to shave her head for the role, she dropped out of the film as then did Elle. The two sisters were replaced; Abigail Breslin took on the lead role as Anna Fitzgerald, and Sofia Vassilieva was cast as Kate Fitzgerald.[26]

Fanning played Jane, a member of the Volturi Guard, in New Moon and reprised the role in Eclipse, based on novels by Stephenie Meyer.[27]New Moon was released on November 20, 2009, and Eclipse was released on the following June. On in March 2009, she was ranked number three on the list of Forbes Most Valuable Young Stars[28] after having earned an estimated $14 million.[]

In 2010, she starred in the film The Runaways, alongside Kristen Stewart, Stella Maeve, and Scout Taylor-Compton, where she played Cherie Currie, the lead singer of the band. Then from the end of the year until early 2011, Fanning filmed Breaking Dawn, reprising the role of Jane.[29]

Fanning's voice was heard in Rise, a documentary film commissioned by U.S. Figure Skating to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the crash of Sabena Flight 548 which resulted in the loss of the entire American team and subsequent cancellation of the 1961 World Figure Skating Championships. She read a poem written by U.S. national champion Laurence Owen (who died in the crash) that was said to be an eerie premonition of the afterlife.[30][31]

During the summer of 2011, she played Tessa in Now Is Good. Fanning also became the face of Marc Jacobs' Oh, Lola! perfume campaign, but the ad was banned in the UK as the Advertising Standards Authority judged that "the ad could be seen to sexualize a child."[32][33]

In 2011, she played Annie James in The Motel Life, which was released on November 8, 2013. In the fall of 2011, Fanning played the starring role in Effie Gray, directed by Richard Laxton, written and co-starred by Emma Thompson, with Greg Wise, Tom Sturridge, Robbie Coltrane, Julie Walters, Derek Jacobi and Claudia Cardinale.


In August 2012, she played the lead role of a wealthy financial eco-terrorist Dena Brauer, in a thriller film Night Moves opposite actors Jesse Eisenberg and Peter Sarsgaard. The film was directed by Kelly Reichardt.[34]Night Moves tells the story of three Eco-terrorists who work at an organic farm and collaborate on a plot to blow up a hydroelectric dam.[35]

In January 2013, she was cast as Beverly Aadland in the Errol Flynn biopic The Last of Robin Hood.[36] Later that year in September, Fanning was cast as Olivia in Franny.[37] In November, she was cast in Viena and the Fantomes as Viena; about a roadie traveling across America with a punk rock band in the 1980s.[38] The film was originally set to be released in 2015,[] but as of 2019 has yet to hit theaters.

In February 2014, she recorded a voice role for the animated movie Yellowbird.[39]

In May 2015, Every Secret Thing, based on the 2004 novel by Laura Lippman, co-starring Diane Lane, Elizabeth Banks, Danielle Macdonald, Colin Donnell and Nate Parker was released in the U.S.

Also in 2015, Martin Koolhoven confirmed that Jack Roth joined the cast of the film Brimstone. In June 2015, The Hollywood Reporter confirmed that Fanning and Kit Harington had replaced Mia Wasikowska and Robert Pattinson in the film, respectively. The set of primary recording began June 15 and will be held in Romania, Spain, and Germany.


In July 2016, it was announced Fanning was cast in a film adaptation of The Bell Jar as Esther Greenwood.[40]

In 2017, Fanning starred in Neil Blomkamp's Zygote, as part of Blomkamp's series of experimental short films released through Oats Studios.[41]

Fanning had a cameo role in the heist comedy Ocean's 8, which was released in 2018.[42] The same year starred as Sara Howard in the TNT historical television series The Alienist based on novel of the same name.[43] In August 2018, TNT ordered a sequel series based upon the follow-up novel The Angel of Darkness, with Fanning set to return to reprise the role of Sara Howard.[44] In 2019, Fanning played Squeaky Fromme in Quentin Tarantino's comedy-drama Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.[45]

In December 2019, it was announced that Fanning and her sister Elle Fanning would star together in an adaption of Kristin Hannah's 2015 novel, The Nightingale, which is set to be directed by Mélanie Laurent.[46]

Personal life

In June 2011, Fanning graduated from Campbell Hall School in Studio City, California,[47] where she participated on the varsity spirit cheerleading squad and was twice voted homecoming queen.[48][49] From 2011 to 2014, she attended the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University, where she majored in women's studies, with a focus on the portrayal of women in film and culture.[50]

In January 2012, it was reported that Fanning signed to be represented by WME (William Morris Endeavor),[51] thus ending a decade-long association with Osbrink Talent Agency.[52] In April 2014, it was announced that Fanning switched agencies again and is now represented by CAA.[53]


Fanning at the premiere of Push in February 2009
Fanning at the Vanity Fair party for the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival


Year Title Role Notes
2001 Father Xmas Clairee Short film
Tomcats Little Girl in Park
I Am Sam Lucy Diamond Dawson
2002 Trapped Abigail "Abbie" Jennings
Sweet Home Alabama Young Melanie
Hansel and Gretel Katie
2003 Uptown Girls Lorraine "Ray" Schleine
The Cat in the Hat Sally Walden
Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time Preschool Kim Voice role
2004 Man on Fire Lupita "Pita" Martin Ramos
My Neighbor Totoro Satsuki Kusakabe Voice role; English dub
In the Realms of the Unreal Narrator Voice role
2005 Hide and Seek Emily Callaway
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch Lilo Pelekai Voice role; direct to video
Nine Lives Maria
War of the Worlds Rachel Ferrier
Dreamer Cale Crane
2006 Charlotte's Web Fern Arable
2007 Hounddog Lewellen
Cutlass Lacy Short film
2008 The Secret Life of Bees Lily Owens
2009 Coraline Coraline Jones Voice role
Push Cassie Holmes
Fragments - Winged Creatures Anne Hagen
The Twilight Saga: New Moon Jane Volturi
2010 The Runaways Cherie Currie
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Jane Volturi
2012 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2
Celia Hannah Jones Short film
The Motel Life Annie James
Now Is Good Tessa Scott
2013 Night Moves Dena Brauer
The Last of Robin Hood Beverly Aadland
Very Good Girls Lilly Berger
2014 Effie Gray Euphemia "Effie" Gray
Every Secret Thing Ronnie Fuller
Yellowbird Delf Voice role; English version
2015 The Benefactor Olivia
2016 Brimstone Liz
American Pastoral Merry Levov
The Escape Lily Short film
2017 Zygote Barklay Short film
Please Stand By Wendy
2018 Ocean's 8 Penelope Stern
2019 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Squeaky Fromme [45]
Sweetness in the Belly Lilly Abdal [54][55]
2020 Viena and the Fantomes Viena
2021 The Nightingale Vianne Mauriac Filming


Year Title Role Episode
2000 ER Delia Chadsey Episode: "The Fastest Year"
Ally McBeal Ally (5 years old) Episode: "The Musical, Almost"
Strong Medicine Edie's Girl Episode: "Misconceptions"
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Brenda Collins Episode: "Blood Drops"
The Practice Alessa Engel Episode: "The Deal"
Spin City Cindy Episode: "Toy Story"
2001 Malcolm in the Middle Emily Episode: "New Neighbors"
The Fighting Fitzgeralds Marie Episode: Pilot
Family Guy Little girl Episode: "To Love and Die in Dixie"
The Ellen Show Young Ellen Episode: "Missing the Bus"
2002 Taken Allie Keys Miniseries; 10 episodes (voice only in 6)
2004 Justice League Unlimited Young Wonder Woman Voice role; episode: "Kids' Stuff"
Friends Mackenzie Episode: "The One with Princess Consuela"
2018-present The Alienist Sara Howard Main role
2019 gen:LOCK Miranda Worth Web series; voice role

Video games

Awards and nominations

Year Association Category Work Result Ref.
2001 Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Young Performer I Am Sam Won [56]
2002 Las Vegas Film Critics Society Youth in Film I Am Sam Won [57]
2002 Screen Actors Guild Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role I Am Sam Nominated [58]
2002 Satellite Awards Outstanding New Talent I Am Sam Won [59]
2002 Chicago Film Critics Association Most Promising Performer[] I Am Sam Won
2002 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film - Young Actress Age Ten or Under I Am Sam Won [60]
2003 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Movie, Mini-Series or Special - Leading Young Actress Taken Won [61]
2003 Saturn Awards Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series Taken Nominated
2004 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actress The Cat in the Hat Nominated [62]
2005 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actress Man on Fire Nominated [63]
2005 Gotham Awards Best Ensemble Cast Nine Lives Nominated [64]
2005 Locarno International Film Festival Best Actress[] Nine Lives Won
2005 MTV Movie Awards Best Frightened Performance Hide and Seek Won [65]
2005 Irish Film and Television Awards Best International Actress War of the Worlds Nominated [66]
2005 Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Young Actress War of the Worlds Won
2006 MTV Movie Awards Best Frightened Performance War of the Worlds Nominated [67]
2006 Saturn Awards Best Performance by a Younger Actor War of the Worlds Won [68]
2006 National Association of Theatre Owners (ShoWest Award) Actress of the Year Herself Won [65]
2006 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actress Dreamer Nominated
2006 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film (Comedy or Drama) - Leading Young Actress Dreamer Won [69]
2006 Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best Actress Hide and Seek Nominated
2006 Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Young Actress Charlotte's Web Nominated
2007 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actress Charlotte's Web Nominated [70]
2007 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actress Charlotte's Web Won
2008 Black Reel Awards Best Ensemble Cast The Secret Life of Bees Nominated
2008 Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Young Actress The Secret Life of Bees Nominated
2008 Hollywood Film Festival Cast year (Shared with cast)[] The Secret Life of Bees Won
2009 Broadcast Film Critics Association Best Young Performer The Secret Life of Bees Nominated
2009 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film (Comedy or Drama) - Leading Young Actress The Secret Life of Bees Won [71]
2009 Palm Springs International Film Festival Rising Star Award Herself Won [72]
2010 Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role - Young Actor/Actress Coraline Nominated [73]
2010 MTV Movie Awards Best Kiss (shared with Kristen Stewart) The Runaways Nominated [74]
2010 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Scene Stealer - Female The Twilight Saga: New Moon Nominated
2013 National Arts Awards Bell Family Foundation Young Artist Award Herself Won
2018 Saturn Awards Best Supporting Actress on Television The Alienist Nominated [75]
2020 Screen Actors Guild Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Nominated [76]


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