Ms. Dakota Fanning
Hannah Dakota Fanning is a young American actress who was born on February 23, 1994.  At the age of seven, she shot to fame 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 age of eight, making her the youngest nominee in SAG history. Uptown Girls (2003), The Cat in the Hat (2003), Man on Fire (2004), War of the Worlds: The Movie (2005), Dreamer (2005), Charlotte's Web (2006), and Coraline (2009) all featured Fanning in significant roles as a child actress.
Later, Fanning played more serious characters like Jane in The Twilight Saga (2009–2012) and Lewellen in Hounddog (2007), Lily in The Secret Life of Bees (2008), Cherie Currie in The Runaways (2010), and Bella in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (2012). She maintained a busy independent film schedule throughout the 2010s, with roles in movies like Now Is Good (2012), Night Moves (2013), Very Good Girls (2013), and Effie Gray (2014). She had major roles in two 2018 films: the heist comedy Ocean's 8 and the period drama The Alienist. Since then, she's played Squeaky Fromme, one of the Manson family's henchwomen, in the 2019 Quentin Tarantino film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Susan Ford, the president's daughter, in the upcoming Showtime biographical drama series The First Lady (2022).
Early life [ edit ]
Fanning was born in the Georgia city of Conyers. In Covington, she enrolled at a Montessori school. Her parents, Heather Joy (née Arrington) and Steven J., were both professional tennis players. Originally from Ireland, Fanning moved to California to play minor league baseball and later found success as an electronics salesman in Los Angeles. Her maternal grandfather, Rick Arrington, played American football, and her aunt, Jill Arrington, was a sportscaster for ESPN. William Farrar, a prominent American farmer and a member of the Arrington family's distinguished forebears, is mentioned in . Sister of actress Elle Fanning,  Fanning was raised in a Southern Baptist household. 
Professional Acting Path [ edit ]
1999–2003 [ edit ]
Fanning used to act in plays at the Towne Lake Arts Center in Woodstock, Georgia, when she was very young. She made her professional 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 NBC prime-time drama ER.
As my character, I was a leukemia patient who was involved in a car crash. I got to work two days with a neck brace and nose tubes on. 
After that, Fanning appeared in a number of TV episodes as a guest star. In addition, she played young versions of the lead female roles in Ally McBeal and The Ellen Show.
Fanning played the role of the mentally disabled father fighting for custody of his daughter opposite Sean Penn in the 2001 film I Am Sam. Fanning, then only seven years old, made history as the SAG Awards' youngest nominee ever for her performance in the film. In addition to her Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild wins, she took home the BAFTA for Best Young Actor/Actress as well. The song "Across the Universe," originally recorded by the Beatles, was included in I Am Sam, and Fanning's performance of the song was later used in the music video for Rufus Wainwright's rendition of the song. 
Fanning played the lead child role of Allison "Allie" Clarke/Keys in Steven Spielberg's 2002 science fiction miniseries Taken. Several film critics, including Tom Shales of The Washington Post, had already given Fanning positive reviews by this point. Shales remarked that Fanning "has the perfect sort of otherworldly look about her, an enchanting young actress called upon to bring a magical quality to the screen." in the sense of bearing a heavy load "
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.
One year later, she had leading roles in two blockbuster movies: Uptown Girls (where she played an uptight child with a Brittany Murphy character) and The Cat in the Hat (where she played Sally). Furthermore, during this time period, Fanning voiced characters in four animated productions, including Satsuki in Disney's English language release of My Neighbor Totoro, a young 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 the 2004 film Man on Fire, starring Denzel Washington, Fanning played Pita, a young girl who charms the retired mercenary (Washington) hired to protect her from kidnappers. Reviewer Roger Ebert said of Fanning, "is a pro at only ten years old and creates a heart-winning character." As Mackenzie, a young girl whose family is leaving the house Monica and Chandler are purchasing, she made an appearance on Season 10 of Friends in 2004.
With Robert De Niro, she made her debut in 2005's Hide and Seek. Although most critics panned the film, Chuck Wilson of the Los Angeles Times called it "a fascinating meeting of equals — if the child star [Fanning] challenged the master [De Niro], the legend might very well blink first." "
Substituting for Daveigh Chase, Fanning provided the voice of Lilo Pelekai in the sequel to Lilo & Stitch, Stitch Has a Glitch. She also appeared in a brief scene with Glenn Close in the 2005 film Nine Lives, directed by Rodrigo Garca. Close gushed about Fanning, saying, "She's definitely an old soul." She's exceptionally talented, and people like her only occasionally appear. During this time, Fanning also recorded her role as Coraline's protagonist. 
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. At a ceremony held to promote her role in Dreamer, Fanning formally joined Girl Scouts of the USA. The Girl Scouts of the San Fernando Valley Council then watched the film. 
After that, Fanning starred in War of the Worlds alongside Tom Cruise. Both films, which premiered in alternating years (War in June 2005 and Dreamer in October 2006), were critically acclaimed. ]"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. "
After wrapping filming for Charlotte's Web in May 2005 in Australia, Fanning did not take a break before moving on to her next film, which had its world premiere on December 15, 2006.
Hounddog, the film that Fanning worked on during the summer of 2006, was billed as a "dark story of abuse, violence, and Elvis Presley adulation in the rural South." Critics have said things like, " Fanning's parents have been criticized for allowing her to film a scene in which her character is raped. But Fanning defended the movie by saying to Reuters, "It's not really happening." It's called acting, and it takes place in a movie. "
Despite the film's critical and commercial failure  Fanning's performance was praised by Roger Ebert compared her to Jodie Foster in Taxi Driver], she received praise for her performance. 
The following year, at age 12, she became the youngest person in the history of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences when she was invited to join.  By the end of 2006, she had made an estimated $4 million, placing her fourth on Forbes' list of "Top-Earning Stars Aged Under 21." 
She starred in the 2007 spring filming of Fragments: Winged Creatures alongside Kate Beckinsale, Guy Pearce, Josh Hutcherson, and Oscar winners Forest Whitaker and Jennifer Hudson. Anne Hagen, a character she plays, sees her father murdered and finds solace in faith after the event. This past July, Fanning starred in Cutlass, one of Glamour's "Reel Moments" adapted from reader essays. Kate Hudson directed the film Cutlass.
Fanning shot the film Push from September until the end of the year. It follows a group of young American expats with telekinetic and clairvoyant abilities as they try to evade the Division (a United States government agency). S government agency) in Hong Kong, and form a coalition in an effort to break free from its tyranny. Cassie Holmes, played by Fanning, was a 13-year-old psychic in the film.
2008–2011 [ edit ]
Fanning started filming in January 2008 for the movie version of The Secret Life of Bees by Sue Monk Kidd.  Lily Owens (Fanning) is at the center of this story, which 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.
Two of her movies, Coraline (a horror animation) and Push (a science fiction thriller), were both released on the same day (February 6, 2009).
In March 2008, when the film adaptation was first conceived, Dakota and Elle Fanning were chosen to play Kate and Anna, respectively. Dakota Dunning and Elle Fanning both backed out of the film when they found out they would have to shave their heads for the roles. Abigail Breslin is now playing lead role of Anna Fitzgerald, and Sofia Vassilieva is playing her sister Kate in the new production. 
Both New Moon and Eclipse are based on novels by Stephenie Meyer, and both feature Dakota Fanning as Jane, a member of the Volturi Guard. Release dates for both New Moon (November 20, 2009) and Eclipse (June 30, 2010) were announced. When Forbes released their list of the highest-paid female celebrities in March 2009, she came in at #3. ' Most Promising Newcomers after amassing $14 Million in Estimated Salary citation neededIn this case, the citation is required.
She played lead singer Cherie Currie in the 2010 film The Runaways alongside Kristen Stewart, Stella Maeve, and Scout Taylor-Compton. Fanning then filmed Breaking Dawn, playing Jane again, at the end of 2010 and into early 2011. 
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. She then proceeded to recite a poem by U. S It was rumored to be a portent from the afterlife for national champion Laurence Owen (who died in the crash). 
It was during the summer of 2011 that she portrayed Tessa in the film Now Is Good. In addition, Fanning was chosen to represent Marc Jacobs' Oh, Lola. campaign for the perfume, but it was banned in the United Kingdom because "the ad could be seen to sexualize a child." "
On November 8, 2013, she was seen as Annie James in the film The Motel Life, which was released in 2011. In the fall of 2011, Fanning starred in Effie Gray alongside Greg Wise, Tom Sturridge, Robbie Coltrane, Julie Walters, Derek Jacobi, and Claudia Cardinale. The film was directed by Richard Laxton and written by Emma Thompson.
2012–2015 [ edit ]
In the thriller film Night Moves, released in August 2012, she starred alongside Jesse Eisenberg and Peter Sarsgaard as Dena Brauer, a wealthy financial eco-terrorist. Kelly Reichardt directed the movie. Night Moves is about a trio of eco-terrorists who meet at an organic farm and hatch a plan to destroy a hydroelectric dam. 
She began filming The Last of Robin Hood, a biopic about Errol Flynn, in January 2013, in which she plays Beverly Aadland. In September of that same year,  Fanning was chosen for the role of Olivia in Franny. In November, she landed the role of Viena in the film Viena and the Fantomes, which follows a roadie in the 1980s who tours the United States with a punk rock band. The film was supposed to come out in 2015, but it ended up coming out on June 30, 2020. 
Her voice was used in the Yellowbird animated film that was recorded in February of 2014. 
The film adaptation of Laura Lippman's 2004 novel Every Secret Thing starring Diane Lane, Elizabeth Banks, Danielle Macdonald, Colin Donnell, and Nate Parker was released in the United States in May of 2015. S
As of the year 2015, Martin Koolhoven also announced that Brimstone's Jack Roth would be a part of the cast. As reported by The Hollywood Reporter in June 2015, Fanning and Kit Harington had taken over the roles originally played by Mia Wasikowska and Robert Pattinson in the film. Initial recording sessions for the set kicked off on June 15 and will take place in Romania, Spain, and Germany.
2016–present [ edit ]
Cast as Esther Greenwood in a film version of The Bell Jar, it was announced in July 2016 that Fanning would play the role. 
Oats Studios released a series of experimental short films directed by Neill Blomkamp in 2017, one of which starred Elle Fanning. 
In the 2018 heist comedy Ocean's 8, Fanning made a brief appearance. TNT's The Alienist, based on the novel of the same name, premiered that year with her as the lead character, Sara Howard. 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. Fanning was nominated for the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture for her role as Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme in Quentin Tarantino's 2019 comedy-drama Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. 
Fanning and her sister Elle Fanning are set to star alongside each other in Mélanie Laurent's upcoming film adaptation of Kristin Hannah's 2015 novel The Nightingale. The film is scheduled to release in December of 2020.  The two sisters introduced their new production company, Lewellen Pictures, in March of 2021. There is a first-look agreement in place between their firm and MRC Television/Civic Center Media. 
Social and private life [ edit ]
At Campbell Hall School in Studio City, California, where Fanning was a senior in June 2011, she was twice voted homecoming queen and a member of the varsity spirit cheerleading team. 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. 
Filmography [ edit ]
Film [ edit ]
Television [ edit ]
Entertainment media based on a visual medium [ edit ]
- The 2009 film Coraline, starring Coraline Jones
Recognition through both awards and nominations [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
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