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Birth Date

March 2, 1981


United States

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Natural hair color


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5 ft 7 in | 170 cm

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Body Measurements

35-24-36 in | 89-61-91.5 cm


63 kg | 139 lbs

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Shoe size

10 US | 41 EU

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Bryce Dallas Howard was born in Los Angeles, California, United States, on March 2, 1981, is an American actress.

Young Bryce Dallas Howard started acting at the age of 7, in her father's films.

She began her professional acting career in the Broadway productions of classical plays.

She landed her first big break with role as Rosalind in a play "As You Like It" (2003).

She made her big screen debut in comedy drama movie Parenthood (1989) in role as Redheaded Audience Girl, directed by her father Ron Howard.

Her breakthrough performance came as Ivy Elizabeth Walker in horror movie The Village (2004).

New Movies

Jurassic World 3 (2021) science fiction adventure in role as Claire Dearing

A Dog's Way Home (2019) family adventure in voice role as Bella, opposite Jonah Hauer-King and Ashley Judd

Rocketman (2019) biographical musical in role as Sheila Eileen

Best Movies

She was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for her role as Rosalind in drama comedy romance film As You Like It (2006), directed by Kenneth Branagh.

She played Claire Dearing in science fiction adventure films: Jurassic World (2015) and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018).

50/50 (2011) comedy drama opposite Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen and Anna Kendrick

The Help (2011) drama romance with Emma Stone, Viola Davis and Jessica Chastain

Manderlay (2005) drama opposite Willem Dafoe and Danny Glover

Pete's Dragon (2016) fantasy action with Robert Redford and Wes Bentley

Lady in the Water (2006) fantasy drama opposite M. Night Shyamalan, Paul Giamatti and Jeffrey Wright

As You Like It (2006) drama directed by Kenneth Branagh

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010) and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 (2012) romantic drama fantasy in role as vampire Victoria

Book of Love (2004) drama with Frances O'Connor and Simon Baker

Gold (2016) crime drama opposite Matthew McConaughey and Édgar Ramírez

The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond (2008) drama romance with Chris Evans and Ellen Burstyn

Terminator Salvation (2009) military science fiction action with Christian Bale and Sam Worthington

Spider-Man 3 (2007) superhero opposite Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst and James Franco

Hereafter (2010) fantasy disaster drama with Matt Damon


Graduated from Byram Hills High School (1999).

Attended the Stella Adler Conservatory (1999-2003) and studied at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.

Has German, English, Scottish and Irish ancestry.

She is a daughter of actor and director Ron Howard.

Has two younger sisters, twins Jocelyn and Paige and a younger brother, Reed.

She made her feature film directorial debut with documentary movie Dads (2019).

Close friend with Natalie Portman and Jake Gyllenhaal.

Good friends with Kirsten Dunst and Jessica Chastain.

Fan of the Terminator franchise.

Featured in music video for M83 "Claudia Lewis" (2013).

Likes playing basketball.

She is a devoted vegan.


She dated actor Seth Gabel for five years before marrying in 2006, they have a son Theodore and a daughter Beatrice.


I feel like I almost didn't grow up in the business, because my parents worked so hard at sheltering us from that. I was raised in Connecticut. And I honestly wasn't aware that my dad was a celebrity until I moved to Los Angeles a year ago.

It is powerful idea to have the wisdom to know the difference between what you can control and what you can't.

I've always had the perspective that roles come into my life when I need them most and sort of teach me lessons. The same can be true of films, films are released into society to aid in a lesson, inspire people, comfort people.

I didn't always want to act. My passion was writing, and it still is one of my primary passions to this day, but it wasn't until high school when I started acting in plays that it became a thought of something I might want to do. And when I applied to colleges, at NYU, I was able to study both writing and acting.

I want to be the best actor that I can be; I want to be working in this business absolutely, and if that means being a movie star, then OK, that's fine. But to me, movie star, celebrity, all that stuff means something very different than being an actor.

I've done a lot of weird, otherworldly characters, and I think I'm at my best when I'm kind of in the woods running around screaming or depressed.

My first time I directed a play was 'No Exit,' a play set in a subway.