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      Kristen Stewart

      Kristen Stewart

      Highest Rated: 97% Love, Antosha (2019)

      Lowest Rated: 11% The Messengers (2007)

      Birthday: Apr 9, 1990

      Birthplace: Los Angeles, California, USA

      Actress Kristen Stewart was best known to mainstream audiences as Bella Swan in the "Twilight Saga" (2008-2012), but also cultivated an eclectic and critically praised career as the star of such independent and arthouse films as "Into the Wild" (2007), "The Runaways" (2010), "Clouds of Sils Maria" and "Lizzie" (2018). Born Kristen Jaymes Stewart on April 9, 1990 in Los Angeles, California, she was the daughter of American and Australian parents, both of whom worked behind the scenes in the entertainment industry. Stewart initially believed that she would follow in her parents' footsteps, but an appearance in a school play at the age of eight drew the attention of a casting director, who cast her in a non-speaking role in the Disney Channel film "The Thirteenth Year" (1999). But she would enjoy a breakout turn as Patricia Clarkson's tomboyish daughter in Rose Troche's "The Safety of Objects" (2001), which in turn led to a starring role opposite Jodie Foster in David Fincher's harrowing thriller "Panic Room" (2002), with the two leads playing a mother and daughter under siege from a trio of burglars in search of missing bonds. Stewart then made the leap to top billing in the teen-oriented action-comedy "Catch That Kid" (2004); it, along with Jon Favreau's "Zathura: A Space Adventure" (2005) and the Pang Brothers' supernatural thriller "The Messengers" (2007), seemed to indicate that Stewart was headed for mainstream stardom. But a sensitive turn as a rape victim who becomes selectively mute in the TV-movie "Speak" (Showtime/Lifetime, 2005) showed that Stewart's heart lay in more thoughtful independent projects, and subsequent projects in that vein - Jon Kasdan's "In the Land of Women" (2007), Mary Stuart Masterson's "The Cake Eaters" (2007) and Sean Penn's Oscar-nominated "Into the Wild" - showcased her skill at playing soulful, occasionally vulnerable young women. But her turn as Bella Swan, the heroine of the romantic-fantasy franchise "The Twilight Saga," thrust her back into the mainstream spotlight; the blockbuster series, which comprised five films, beginning with 2008's "Twilight" and concluding with "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2" (2012), made Stewart a household name and Hollywood's top-earning actress in 2010, though critics an fans were divided on her performance, which some labeled as quietly powerful and others as blank. She drew better notices for Greg Mottola's comedy "Adventureland" (2009), and between "Twilight" assignments, returned to independent features like "Welcome to the Rileys" (2010), which earned her a BAFTA Rising Star Award. When the "Twilight" series ran its course, Stewart made one final foray into fantasy with "Snow White and the Huntsman" (2012), a revisionist take on the enduring fairy tale, before settling into steady and diverse work as a lead in independent features. Stewart's choices - guitarist Joan Jett in "The Runaways" (2010), Dean Moriarty's teenaged wife in "On the Road" (2012), a military guard in "Camp X-Ray" (2014) - showed a willingness to play outside of audience expectations, and her gambit paid off: she was the first American actress to win a Cesar Award for her turn as the assistant to an actress (Juliette Binoche) undergoing an existential crisis in Olivier Assayas's "Clouds of Sils Maria" (2014), and reunited with the director two years later for the supernatural-tinged drama "Personal Shopper" (2016). Between these projects, Stewart co-starred with Julianne Moore in "Still Alice" (2014), appeared in Woody Allen's "Café Society" (2016) and made her directorial debut with the experimental film "Come Swim" (2016). Her subsequent roles retained a fiercely independent streak - the housemaid and alleged lover to accused murderer Lizzie Borden (played by Chloe Sevigney) in "Lizzle" (2018); the filmmaker Savannah Knoop, who "played" author JT Leroy in public appearances, in "JT Leroy" (2018); and the actress Jean Seberg, whose political affiliations reportedly led to her death, in "Seberg" (2019) - though Stewart also found time to play one of "Charlie's Angels" in director Elizabeth Banks' reboot of the film franchise in 2019.

      Highest rated movies

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      Still Alice
      Spencer poster Spencer Into the Wild poster Into the Wild Happiest Season poster Happiest Season Personal Shopper poster Personal Shopper




      80% 50% Crimes of the Future Timlin (Character) $2.0M 2022
      83% 52% Spencer Diana (Character) $7.1M 2021
      82% 73% Happiest Season Abby (Character) - 2020
      48% 60% Underwater Norah Price (Character) $17.3M 2020
      35% 51% Seberg Jean Seberg (Character) $413.8K 2019
      52% 78% Charlie's Angels Sabina (Character) $17.8M 2019
      97% 93% Love, Antosha Self $19.9K 2019
      55% 39% J.T. LeRoy Savannah Knoop (Character) - 2018
      66% 47% Lizzie Bridget Sullivan (Character) $639.2K 2018
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Lizzie Unknown (Character) - 2018
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Come Swim Director,
      - 2017
      81% 52% Personal Shopper Maureen (Character) $1.3M 2016
      43% 41% Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk Kathryn (Character) $1.7M 2016
      92% 52% Certain Women Beth Travis (Character) $1.0M 2016
      71% 56% Café Society Vonnie (Character) $11.1M 2016
      36% 42% Equals Nia (Character) $32.1K 2015
      27% 50% Anesthesia Sophie (Character) $22.4K 2015
      44% 45% American Ultra Phoebe Larson (Character) $14.4M 2015
      91% 65% Clouds of Sils Maria Valentine (Character) $1.4M 2014
      85% 85% Still Alice Lydia (Character) $18.8M 2014
      75% 63% Camp X-Ray Pvt. Amy Cole (Character) $9.8K 2014
      45% 34% On the Road Marylou/LuAnne Henderson (Character) $717.8K 2012
      49% 52% Snow White and the Huntsman Snow White (Character) $155.1M 2012
      49% 70% The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 Bella (Character) $292.3M 2012
      25% 60% The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 Bella (Character) $281.3M 2011
      54% 58% Welcome to the Rileys Mallory (Character) $152.9K 2010
      47% 60% The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Bella Swan (Character) $300.5M 2010
      69% 55% The Runaways Joan Jett (Character) $3.6M 2010
      29% 61% The Twilight Saga: New Moon Bella Swan (Character) $296.6M 2009
      88% 61% Adventureland Em Lewin (Character) $16.0M 2009
      65% 59% The Yellow Handkerchief Martine (Character) $317.0K 2008
      49% 72% Twilight Bella Swan (Character) $191.4M 2008
      50% 22% What Just Happened? Zoe (Character) $1.1M 2008
      15% 44% Jumper Sophie (Character) $80.2M 2008
      64% 48% The Cake Eaters Georgia Kaminski (Character) - 2007
      83% 89% Into the Wild Tracy (Character) $18.4M 2007
      44% 52% In the Land of Women Lucy Hardwicke (Character) $11.0M 2007
      11% 44% The Messengers Jess (Character) $35.4M 2007
      24% 58% Fierce People Maya (Character) $85.4K 2005
      76% 51% Zathura Lisa Budwing (Character) $28.0M 2005
      80% 78% Speak Melinda Sordino (Character) - 2004
      54% 61% Undertow Lila (Character) $124.2K 2004
      13% 47% Catch That Kid Maddy Phillips (Character) $16.7M 2004
      12% 23% Cold Creek Manor Kristen (Character) $21.4M 2003
      76% 64% Panic Room Sarah Altman (Character) $95.3M 2002
      50% 66% The Safety of Objects Sam Jennings (Character) $319.1K 2001


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