Maude Apatow’s biographyMaude Apatow is an American actress, the eldest daughter of director Judd Apatow and actress Leslie Mann. She’s most popular for her roles in Funny People (2009), This is 40 (2012), Assassination Nation (2009), and Euphoria (2019).
Childhood and familyMaude Apatow was born on December 15, 1997, in the small town of Los Banos in California. Maude’s mother is the famous comedic actress Leslie Mann, whom the viewers know best for her roles in Knocked Up (2007), 17 Again (2009), The Other Woman (2014), and others. Maude’s father is the American producer Judd Apatow, who’s the mastermind behind The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005), featuring Steve Carell, and Trainwreck (2015) with Amy Schumer.
Childhood rolesHer first acting audition was a success. She got the part of Jen in the Grease musical.
Her movie debut took place in 2007 – her father made her a part of his movie Knocked Up. The story of the film revolves around a young slug named Ben (Seth Rogen) and career-oriented Alison (Katherine Heigl), for whom the news of pregnancy turns out to be a breaking point in their lives.
Maude doesn’t hide the fact that it was her parents’ fame that paved her way to Hollywood.
Shooting for her father’s movies wasn’t just an average school pastime for Maude, but a serious preparation for what’s to come. It was really nice to shoot my first roles alongside my parents - they taught me many things, but aside from that, it was convenient too, - confesses Apatow.I have been shooting for my father’s movies from early childhood. I didn’t really understand what I was going on, but what I did understand was that I liked this. Now I’m working on my career on my own, but I’m eternally grateful to my father for the push.