Born January 1, 2001 in Australia
Angourie Rice in an Australian actress with international credits including Spider-Man: Far From Home and Black Mirror: Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too. In 2018 she starred in Every Day from director Michael Sucsy (The Vow, Grey Gardens), adapted from the YA novel by David Levithan, and period drama Ladies in Black, directed by Bruce Beresford (Driving Miss Daisy, Mao's Last Dancer), for which Angourie won the Australian Academy of Cinema & Television Arts (AACTA) and the Film Critics Circle of Australia awards for best actress. Other recent features include Spider-Man: Homecoming and Sofia Coppola's The Beguiled, alongside Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell, Kristen Dunst and Elle Fanning. She played a leading role in the feature adaptation of Jasper Jones, directed by Rachel Perkins, and starred in The Nice Guys opposite Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe - from director Shane Black and producer Joel Silver - for which she received uniformly glowing reviews. Australian film work includes Zak Hilditch's These Final Hours, and Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows from David Caesar. Angourie's small screen credits include Mako Mermaids, The Dr Blake Mysteries and The Worst Year of My Life Again. From a creative family, Angourie began her career in Perth, Western Australia with several short films and national television commercials. She first came to industry attention at just eleven years old with her lead role in Zak Hilditch's short Transmission for which she won a Best Actress award at St Kilda Film Festival.