Ms. Dakota Fanning

She was born on February 23, 1994, in the United States, and her acting career has been flourishing since. She gained notoriety at the tender age of seven for her role as Lucy Dawson in the drama film I Am Sam (2001), for which she was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award the following year at the tender age of eight, making her the youngest nominee in SAG history. In addition to her role as Coraline in 2009's The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Fanning's filmography as a child actress includes 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).

In the years that followed, Fanning played increasingly complex characters, such as Lewellen in Hounddog (2007), Lily in The Secret Life of Bees (2008), Cherie Currie in The Runaways (2010), and Jane in The Twilight Saga (2009–2012). She kept busy in the 2010s with roles in indie films like Now Is Good (2012) and Night Moves (2013), as well as Very Good Girls (2013) and the biopic Effie Gray (2014). She had starring roles in both the heist comedy Ocean's 8 and the period drama series The Alienist in 2018. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019), directed by Quentin Tarantino, cast her as Squeaky Fromme, a member of the Manson family; in the Showtime biographical drama series The First Lady (2022), she plays Susan Ford, the daughter of former president Gerald Ford.

Early life [ edit ]

Fanning's birthplace is Conyers, Georgia. In Covington, she enrolled at a Montessori school. Heather Joy's (né Arrington) mother was a professional tennis player, and her father, Steven J. Fanning, a native Californian who once starred in the minor leagues of baseball and now works as an electronics salesman in Los Angeles, CA. Jill Arrington's aunt, former ESPN reporter Jill Arrington, and her maternal grandfather, former American football player Rick Arrington, are both notable figures in the sport. [4] William Farrar, a genteel farmer and ancestor of several members of the Arrington family, is among the most famous of the family's ancestors. [5] Fanning is Elle Fanning's older sister; the two were raised as Southern Baptists. [6]

Professional Acting [ edit ]

1999–2003 [ edit ]

Fanning began her acting career as a young child, performing in plays at the Towne Lake Arts Center in Woodstock, Georgia. She made her acting debut in a 1999 Tide commercial when she was just five years old. One of her favorite roles was in her first major acting gig, a guest spot on the hit NBC prime-time drama ER.

I took the role of a leukemia-stricken car accident victim. For my two days of work, I wore a neck brace and nose tubes. [7]

Subsequently, Fanning appeared in a number of TV shows as a guest star. These shows include CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The Practice, and Spin City. On Ally McBeal and The Ellen Show, she played the lead female role as a young woman.

I Am Sam, released in 2001 and starring Fanning and Sean Penn, tells the story of a mentally disabled man who fights for custody of his daughter (played by Fanning). Fanning, only seven years old at the time, became the youngest nominee for a Screen Actors Guild Award for her performance in the film. [8] The Broadcast Film Critics Association also honored her as their Best Young Actor/Actress. The song "Across the Universe," by the Beatles, was included in I Am Sam, and Fanning's performance of the song would later be used in the music video for Rufus Wainwright's rendition of the song. [10][11]

Fanning played the lead child role of Allison "Allie" Clarke/Keys in the 2002 science fiction miniseries Taken, directed by Steven Spielberg. Several film critics, including Tom Shales of The Washington Post, had already praised Fanning by this point, saying things like, "She has the perfect sort of otherworldly look about her, an enchanting young actress called upon at just the right moments." for a person to bear a heavy load "[12]

In the same year, Fanning appeared in three films: Trapped, in which she played a kidnap victim who ends up surprising her captors, Sweet Home Alabama, in which she played a young version of Reese Witherspoon's character, and Hansel and Gretel, in which she played the role of Katie.

A year later, she had leading roles in two critically acclaimed films: Uptown Girls (in which she played an uptight child opposite Brittany Murphy's immature nanny) and The Cat in the Hat. Fanning also voiced characters in four animated works during this time, including 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.

2004–2007 [ edit ]

In June of 2005, Fanning attended the London premiere of War of the Worlds.

Fanning starred as Pita, a nine-year-old, in the 2004 film Man on Fire, opposite Denzel Washington, who played a retired mercenary hired to protect her from kidnappers. In his review, Roger Ebert remarked that Fanning "is a pro at only ten years old, and creates a heart-winning character." She appeared in the tenth season of Friends in 2004, playing Mackenzie, a young girl whose family is leaving the home that Monica and Chandler are purchasing.

Her debut film, starring alongside Robert De Niro in 2005's Hide and Seek. Amidst widespread criticism, critic Chuck Wilson praised the film as "a fascinating meeting of equals — if the child star [Fanning] challenged the master [De Niro], the legend might very well blink first." "[14]

Fanning replaced Daveigh Chase as the voice of Lilo Pelekai in the VHS/DVD sequel Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch. In the October 2005 release of the Rodrigo Garca film Nine Lives, Fanning had a small but continuous nine-minute scene opposite Glenn Close, who said of Fanning, "She's definitely an old soul." One of those rare talented people, she is. During this time, Fanning also recorded her role as Coraline's protagonist. [15] [16]

In late October of 2004, Fanning wrapped production on Dreamer: Inspired by a True Story (opposite Kurt Russell).

Her on-screen grandfather, played by Kris Kristofferson, was quoted as saying that she reminds him of Bette Davis. During the promotional tour for her film Dreamer, actress Elle Fanning became a registered member of Girl Scouts of the USA at a special ceremony, and then the film was screened for Girl Scouts from the San Fernando Valley Council. [18]

In 2008, Fanning attended the Toronto Film Festival.

In subsequent years, Fanning co-starred with Tom Cruise in the blockbuster War of the Worlds. Both films, which were released one year apart (2005's War in June, 2006's Dreamer in October), met with acclaim upon their respective debuts. "how quickly she understands the situation in a sequence, how quickly she sizes it up, measures it, and how she would really react in a real situation," Spielberg said of the actress. "[19]

After wrapping filming on May 2005 in Australia for the film Charlotte's Web, which had its world premiere on December 15, 2006, Fanning did not waste any time before moving on to her next project.

A "dark story of abuse, violence, and Elvis Presley adulation in the rural South," Hounddog was Fanning's summer 2006 project. Many people, including some of Fanning's fans, have criticized her parents for letting her film a scene in which her character is raped. While defending the film to Reuters, Fanning insisted, "It's not really happening." A film, and the art form is known as performance. "[21]

Neither audiences nor critics took to the film, but citation needed] Fanning's performance was praised by Roger Ebert (who compared her to Jodie Foster in Taxi Driver) gave her a positive review. [22]

That same year, at age 12, she was inducted into the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, making her the youngest person ever to be honored with membership. With an estimated $4 million in earnings in 2006, she ranked fourth on Forbes' list of the "Top-Earning Stars Under 21." [24]

She co-starred with Kate Beckinsale, Guy Pearce, Josh Hutcherson, and Oscar winners Forest Whitaker and Jennifer Hudson in the 2007 spring film Fragments: Winged Creatures. In the film, she portrays Anne Hagen, a young girl who sees her father murdered and finds solace in faith. In July, Fanning starred in Cutlass, one of Glamour's "Reel Moments" based on readers' essays. Directed by Kate Hudson, Cutlass

Push, directed by Fanning and filmed by him from September to December, is about a group of young American expats with telekinetic and clairvoyant abilities who hide from the Division (a U.S. S Hong Kong residents who are fed up with being ruled by a centralized government agency form a resistance group. Cassie Holmes, a 13-year-old psychic played by Fanning, was portrayed in "The Seeker"

2008–2011 [ edit ]

The actress Fanning at the Push premiere in February 2009.

Adaptation of Sue Monk Kidd's novel The Secret Life of Bees starring Elle Fanning began filming in January 2008. [26] The story revolves around Lily Owens (Fanning) and takes place in South Carolina in 1964. who runs away to South Carolina with her caretaker and best friend (Jennifer Hudson) and is taken in by a peculiar trio of beekeeping sisters (Queen Latifah, Sophie Okonedo, and Alicia Keys) to get away from her lonely life and troubled relationship with her father.

On the same day in 2009, her horror animation Coraline and her science fiction thriller Push were both released.

The original casting for the roles of Kate and Anna in the film adaptation of My Sister's Keeper took place in March 2008, when Dakota and Elle Fanning were chosen. Dakota and Elle both bowed out of the film when they learned they would need to undergo a head-shaving for their roles. The Fitzgerald sisters' roles were recast, with Abigail Breslin playing Anna and Sofia Vassilieva playing Kate. [27]

In both the New Moon and Eclipse film adaptations of Stephenie Meyer's novels, Fanning played Jane, a member of the Volturi Guard. Release dates for both New Moon (November 20, 2009) and Eclipse (June 30, 2010) were announced. The March 2009 issue of Forbes magazine placed her at #3 on its list of the World's Most Powerful Women. ' Most Promising Newcomers[29] after amassing $14 Million in Estimated Salary citation needed[quote missing]

In June 2010, Fanning attended the premiere of Eclipse.

She played lead singer Cherie Currie in the 2010 film The Runaways, alongside Kristen Stewart, Stella Maeve, and Scout Taylor-Compton. Next, Fanning filmed Breaking Dawn, playing Jane again, at the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011. [30]

U.S. Figure Skating commissioned a documentary film called Rise to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the crash of Sabena Flight 548, which killed the entire American team and forced the cancellation of the 1961 World Figure Skating Championships. Fanning was featured in the film as a narrator. The poet U. was credited with the poem that was read. S For national champion and crash victim Laurence Owen, it was rumored to be a chilling glimpse of the afterlife. [31][32]

When she played Tessa in Now Is Good that summer of 2011, she was a breakout star. To add to her resume, Fanning is now the face of Marc Jacobs' Oh, Lola. the perfume campaign had its ads banned in the UK because the Advertising Standards Authority felt that "the ad could be seen to sexualize a child." "[33][34]

The Motel Life, a film she was in beginning in 2011, was released on November 8 of this year. Effie Gray, starring Elle Fanning, Greg Wise, Tom Sturridge, Robbie Coltrane, Julie Walters, Derek Jacobi, and Claudia Cardinale, was released in the fall of 2011 and was directed by Richard Laxton and written by Emma Thompson.

2012–2015 [ edit ]

At the Vanity Fair party for the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival, Fanning posed for a photo.

In August of 2012, she starred alongside Jesse Eisenberg and Peter Sarsgaard in the suspense film Night Moves as wealthy eco-terrorist Dena Brauer. Kelly Reichardt directed the movie. In [35]Night Moves, three eco-terrorists who work at an organic farm hatch a plan to blow up a hydroelectric dam. [36]

Her role as Beverly Aadland in the 2013 Errol Flynn biopic The Last of Robin Hood was announced in January. Fanning was eventually chosen to play Olivia in Franny later that year in September [37]. She got the role of Viena in the November production of Viena and the Fantomes, which follows a roadie in the 1980s who tours the United States with a punk rock band. Digital release of the film occurred on June 30, 2020, although the initial release date was set for 2015. [40][41]

She gave her voice for the animated film Yellowbird in February of 2014. [42]

Every Secret Thing, starring Diane Lane, Elizabeth Banks, Danielle Macdonald, Colin Donnell, and Nate Parker, was adapted from a novel by Laura Lippman and released in the United States in May 2015. S

Martin Koolhoven also announced in 2015 that Jack Roth would be a part of the cast of Brimstone. Fanning and Kit Harington were confirmed to have replaced Mia Wasikowska and Robert Pattinson in the film by The Hollywood Reporter in June 2015. Main recording sessions for the album have been happening in Romania, Spain, and Germany since the 15th of June.

2016–present [ edit ]

Fanning was announced to play Esther Greenwood in a film version of The Bell Jar in July 2016. [43]

Fanning appeared in Zygote, one of Neill Blomkamp's experimental short films released by Oats Studios in 2017, as one of the lead characters. [44]

Ocean's 8, a heist comedy from 2018 in which Fanning appeared briefly, was a major box office success. Starred as Sara Howard in TNT's historical drama The Alienist, which was adapted from the same-titled novel that same year. In August of 2018, TNT ordered a follow-up series based on the sequel novel The Angel of Darkness, with Fanning set to reprise her role as Sara Howard. After playing Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, directed by Quentin Tarantino in 2019,[47] Fanning and the rest of the cast were nominated for the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. [49]

It was announced in December 2019 that Fanning and her sister Elle Fanning would both star in Mélanie Laurent's film adaptation of Kristin Hannah's 2015 novel The Nightingale. [50] The sisters' production company, Lewellen Pictures, was officially announced in March of 2021. MRC Television/Civic Center Media is one of their first-look partners. [51]

Conversations about the personal [ edit ]

Fanning graduated from Campbell Hall School[52] in Studio City, California, in June 2011, where she had been a member of the varsity spirit cheerleading team and twice crowned homecoming queen. She studied women's studies at NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study between 2011 and 2014, concentrating on how women are portrayed in media. [55]

Filmography [ edit ]

Film [ edit ]

Television [ edit ]

Computer and video games [ edit ]

  • The 2009 film Coraline, starring Coraline Jones

Nominations and honors [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

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