Brie Larson

Brie Larson has built up an impressive resume in the film industry from starting out acting in a sitcom “Raising Dad,” then playing a part in the Disney Channel movie “Right on Track” to later in her career winning both a Golden Globe and Academy Award for her role in the 2015 movie “Room.” Larson also played the superhero Captain Marvel in the movie with the same name and the 2019 movie "Avengers Endgame."

Larson was born on October 1, 1989 in Sacramento, California. She went to the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, where she was the youngest student to ever be admitted. After landing a role in the 2001 sitcom “Raising Dad,” she was in the 2003 Disney movie, “Right on Track” and appeared in “13 Going on 30” in addition to “Sleepover” in 2004.

In 2006, Larson was in the movie “Hoot” and was in “Remember the Daze” in 2007. In 2009, she was in “Just Peck” and “Tanner Hall” followed by “Greenberg,” “House Broken” and “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” in 2010.

From 2009 until 2011, Larson played Kate Gregson on the television series “United States of Tara” and then was in the movies “Rampart,” “21 Jump Street,” “The Spectacular Now,” “Don Jon,” “Short Term 12,” “The Gambler,” “Digging for Fire” and “Trainwreck” over the following years.

In 2015, Larson played Ma in the movie "Room" and earned an Oscar for best actress as well as a Golden Globe in the same category.

In 2016, Larson was in “Free Fire” followed by “The Glass Castle.” She played the lead role in the Netflix movie “Unicorn Store,” a movie that also marked her directorial debut. During that same year, she was in “Basmati Blues.”

Larson first starred as Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel in the 2019 movie, "Captain Marvel" and played the role again in the epic conclusion to the “Avengers” series “Avengers: Endgame” in 2019.

In addition to her movie roles, Larson has also tried her hand in music with her album "Finally Out of P.E." that she released in 2005. Although she has not released any other albums, she has shared videos on social media of her covering songs by other artists.