BRIE LARSON currently stars opposite Emmy Award winner Toni
Collette on the hit television series United States of Tara.
Ms. Larson started her acting career at age six, also training to be a singer. She became
one of the youngest students ever to be accepted at the American Conservatory Theatre in
San Francisco, and made her television debut at age nine with a recurring spot on The
Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
After permanently moving to Los Angeles, she soon landed a series regular role on the
television show Raising Dad; and segued into film with Joe Nussbaum's Sleepover and
Wil Shriner's Hoot.
Ms. Larson's other feature credits include Jess Manafort's Remember the Daze (a.k.a.
The Beautiful Ordinary); Michael Nickles' Just Peck; the upcoming Tanner Hall,
directed by Francesca Gregorini and Tatiana von Furstenberg; and Edgar Wright's
be-released Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, with Michael Cera.
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