Britt Robertson

Britt Robertson
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Name:
Britt Robertson
Real name:
Brittany Leanna Robertson
Who is:
Birth date:
(34 y.o.)
Place of birth:
Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.
Height:
5'3 ft ()
Weight:
104 lb (47 kg)
Relationship:
married
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Britt Robertson Biography

Brittany Leanna Robertson is a rising star in Hollywood who, according to film critics, will make her mark in world cinema. Her already impressive accolades include Best Actress awards from the Boston Film Festival 2013 and the Nashville Film Festival 2014, as well as winning the "Star of Tomorrow" category at the CinemaCon Big Screen Awards 2015.
Britt Robertson, star of 'Tomorrowland'
Britt Robertson, star of 'Tomorrowland'
Robertson has masterfully handled lead roles in the drama "White Rabbit" and "Ask Me Anything" (winning awards at film festivals). She gave a brilliant performance in the romantic drama "The Longest Ride" alongside Scott Eastwood, starred in the sci-fi blockbuster "Tomorrowland" with George Clooney, appeared in the dramatic movie "Mr. Church" with Eddie Murphy, and also in the TV series "The Secret Circle" and "Under the Dome".

Childhood and Early Roles

The future actress was born on April 18, 1990, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Later, the family moved south to Greenville. She is the eldest of seven siblings: her mother and stepfather had two daughters and a son, and her father and his new wife had a daughter and two sons.
Britt Robertson has been acting in films since childhood
Britt Robertson has been acting in films since childhood
The girl's father was a restaurateur, her mother was a housewife and a strong opponent of the traditional education system. According to her beliefs, the eldest daughter and other children didn't attend school but studied general subjects at home. Later, responding to interviewers' questions, the actress noted that she doesn't regret missing school years - she experienced all possible school-related ups and downs on screen - she met with her teacher, fought with the principal, attended graduation parties.
Britt Robertson in childhood
Britt Robertson in childhood
To ensure her daughter didn't have socialization problems, her mother enrolled her in a local theatre. Young talent was noticed by agents who advised her family to promote their daughter on television. She began attending castings for TV shows, and in 2000 she played her first role - a little daughter of jungle researchers who, after their death, was taken in by a tribe of aborigines, in the series "Sheena" (Episode 6, Season 1).
Britt Robertson in the series 'Sheena'
Britt Robertson in the series 'Sheena'
In 2001, she had a small role in the series "Power Rangers Time Force", and in 2003 she played the lead role in the family film "The Ghost Club". The film was low-budget, but it still brought young Brittany a nomination for the Young Artist Awards as the best young artist for her talented transformation into a paranormal enthusiast named Carrie.
One of the first roles of Britt Robertson ('The Ghost Club')
One of the first roles of Britt Robertson ('The Ghost Club')

Acting Career

At the age of 14, Britt's paternal grandmother moved to Los Angeles with her to accompany her during long audition queues. Their efforts and perseverance were rewarded. Britt's first success was her participation in the comedy "Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers" (2004) about retirees deciding to sell their house and their adult children sabotaging the idea.

Britt became very close with her grandmother, sharing a hobby of knitting, before her grandmother returned home. Britt then started attending acting classes and continued to audition.

At 16, Britt landed a role in the pilot episode of "Women of a Certain Age", which was canceled after the pilot.
Charming Brittany
Charming Brittany
Her breakthrough role, according to experts, was playing Cara, one of the three daughters of the main character, a widower and journalist, who writes a local newspaper column about parenting, in the romantic comedy "Dan in Real Life" (2007).
A shot from the movie 'Dan in Real Life'
A shot from the movie 'Dan in Real Life'
Later, the hardworking actress appeared in the famous TV series "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" in a guest role as Amy and in "Swingtown", where she played Samantha. In 2008, she portrayed Trixie Stone in the thriller "The Tenth Circle", based on the eponymous bestseller by American author Jodi Picoult, which explores the eternal theme of parent-child relationships.

In 2009, Brittany played a small role as a DJ in one of American singer and actress Alison Stoner's projects, made guest appearances in the TV series "Law & Order" as Tina in the "Babes" episode and as Katie in "Family Values".
Britt Robertson without makeup
Britt Robertson without makeup
In 2010, she was offered the leading role in the TV series "Life Unexpected". During the filming, she said she finally felt she had matured as an actress. Despite good reviews, the series was canceled after a year due to low ratings.
Britt Robertson in the TV series 'Life Unexpected'
Britt Robertson in the TV series 'Life Unexpected'
She was then cast in the lead role in the movie "Avalon High", based on the eponymous work by American author Meg Cabot, and in the TV series "The Secret Circle", based on the book by L.J. Smith (author of "The Vampire Diaries"). This series lasted until May 2012.
On the set of 'Avalon High'
On the set of 'Avalon High'
In 2011, the actress played Marnie Cooper in the thriller "Scream 4", the fourth movie in the famous slasher series directed by Wes Craven. Her next work was the teen comedy "The First Time" (2012), where she played a high school student named Aubrey. A year later, she appeared in the films "White Rabbit" and "Delivery Man".
A shot from the movie 'White Rabbit'
A shot from the movie 'White Rabbit'
In 2013, the premiere of the series "Under the Dome" based on Stephen King's novel took place, where the actress played the role of Angie, which tells about the sudden isolation of a town from the outside world by a mysterious and powerful barrier that cannot be overcome or destroyed.
Britt Robertson in the TV series 'Under the Dome'
Britt Robertson in the TV series 'Under the Dome'
Britt gained wide recognition in 2015 after the release of the movie "The Longest Ride" based on the book by renowned author Nicholas Sparks. This film is a story of pure love between two couples from different generations, which, in the actress's opinion, can inspire viewers to open up to new tender feelings, romance, and relationships.
Britt Robertson in the movie 'The Longest Ride'
Britt Robertson in the movie 'The Longest Ride'
She also starred as the main character named Casey in the science fiction film "Tomorrowland", where her partner was George Clooney, who played the inventor Frank. Interestingly, the actor noted in one interview that Britt is indeed an incredibly talented actress who can achieve incredible heights in her profession. For her role in both the aforementioned films, she was nominated for the Teen Choice Award.
Britt Robertson Exclusive Interview - Tomorrowland
In 2016, fans could see her in the movie "Mr. Church", which tells the true story of a mother-daughter friendship tested by hardship and misfortune with a cook named Church (played by Eddie Murphy).
Britt Robertson and Eddie Murphy in 'Mr. Church'
Britt Robertson and Eddie Murphy in 'Mr. Church'
She also appeared in the comedy "Mother's Day" alongside such stars as Jennifer Aniston, Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson and in the sci-fi film "The Space Between Us" with Asa Butterfield, Gary Oldman and Carla Gugino.
A shot from the movie 'Mother's Day'
A shot from the movie 'Mother's Day'
Additionally, she starred alongside Bradley Cooper in the comedy-drama "A Dog's Purpose", and she was cast as Sophia Amoruso, founder of the American brand Nasty Gal, in the 13-episode TV movie "Girlboss".

In 2018, Britt began filming the series "For the People" about six aspiring lawyers, each of whom has already started working on high-profile court cases. The project was canceled after two seasons. That same year, Robertson was involved in filming the drama "The Postcard Killings" about serial killers.
Britt Robertson in the series 'For the People'
Britt Robertson in the series 'For the People'
Since 2020, Robertson has been involved in the series "Little Fires Everywhere" in a supporting role. That same year, the actress could be seen in the horror film based on Clive Barker's novels "Books of Blood": she played the lead role in the first novella, "Jenna".
Britt Robertson in the movie 'Books of Blood'
Britt Robertson in the movie 'Books of Blood'
At the same time, she returned to the romance genre, playing the lead role in the melodrama "I Still Believe" alongside "Riverdale" star KJ Apa. The film was based on the biography of musician Jeremy Camp and his wife Melissa, who was diagnosed with cancer shortly before their wedding.
Britt Robertson and KJ Apa
Britt Robertson and KJ Apa

Britt Robertson's Personal Life

From 2011, she was in a relationship with Dylan O'Brien, the star of the TV series "Teen Wolf" and the thriller "Maze Runner". They met on the set of the film "The First Time", where they played two teenage lovers, after which the romance became a reality.
Britt Robertson and Dylan O'Brien
Britt Robertson and Dylan O'Brien
Fans never tired of admiring the beautiful couple, however, in 2017 Britt and Dylan stopped appearing together in public, and in the summer of 2018, the paparazzi spotted the guy on a date with Chloë Grace Moretz, leading fans to believe that their long-term romance had ended.

After breaking up with Dylan, she dated actor Graham Rogers for about a year. She was also rumored to have a romance with KJ Apa, her co-star in the film "I Still Believe". However, the actress found happiness in marriage with Paul Floyd. Their romance began in early 2022, Britt revealed their relationship in March, and by May, Paul had proposed. The couple got married in April 2023.
The wedding of Britt Robertson and Paul Floyd
The wedding of Britt Robertson and Paul Floyd
Unlike the actress' previous partners, Floyd is not very media-oriented. He played for the British football club "Spice" and at the time of the wedding, he had about 4,000 followers on his social media.
Britt Robertson with her husband
Britt Robertson with her husband
Britt considers her grandmother to be the coolest and most loving person in the world. She not only went to Los Angeles with her, morally supported her at auditions, but also taught her granddaughter to knit while waiting in queues and on film sets.

Britt loves animals and never parts with her dogs Buddy and Clyde, whom she adopted from a shelter.
Britt Robertson and her dogs
Britt Robertson and her dogs
In terms of clothing, the star prefers the boho style for its originality, the ability to combine the incombustible, convenience, and practicality. She often listens to music compositions from the indie-pop band Blind Pilot.

Britt Robertson Now

In 2022, the actress could be seen in the romantic movie "About Fate". It's a remake of the Christmas Soviet film "The Irony of Fate" with Emma Roberts and Thomas Mann in the lead roles. Britt landed the role of the main character's sister.

In September 2023, the comedy "The Re-Education of Molly Sing" premiered, in which Robertson played the lead role - lawyer Molly, who re-enrolls in university to get closer to her boss's son, lead him to the top of the university hierarchy, and keep her job.
The Re-Education of Molly Sing Trailer


  • Wow, half of the movies I didn`t watch what is mention here. I should watch it soon.
    2021-05-11 19:48:05
  • I think I saw her only in `Scream` and can`t remember somewhere else this actress.
    2021-03-26 14:50:21
  • Typical American actress with hardly memorable appearance, so I can`t even say now where did I see her.
    2021-03-14 12:55:19
  • Movies, where Robertson plays, are little-known but I like them. Pity that she still doesn`t have Oscar.
    2021-02-28 09:38:13
  • Just in general I like movies where Britt playing and not only because of her but because of the atmosphere and stories of movies.
    2021-02-20 19:24:36
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