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Hailee Steinfeld: Biography at a Glance

  • Hailee Steinfeld is an actress and singer who emerged as a breakout star with her poignant Academy Award®-nominated performance in True Grit.
  • She can be seen starring as “Kate Bishop” in Marvel’s Hawkeye and as “Emily Dickinson” in Dickinson. She also is the voice of “Gwen Stacy” in the Spider-Man series.
  • Other titles include The Edge of Seventeen, Bumblebee, Pitch Perfect 2, Pitch Perfect 3, and Barely Lethal.
  • Steinfeld also successfully launch a music career in 2015 with hits including, “Love Myself”, “Let Me Go”, and “Starving” among others.

Biography

At 14 years old, Hailee Steinfeld emerged as a breakout star with her poignant Academy Award®-nominated performance in True Grit. She can be seen starring as “Kate Bishop” in Marvel’s Hawkeye and as “Emily Dickinson” in Dickinson. She also is the voice of “Gwen Stacy” in the Spider-Man series.

Since her early start, Steinfeld’s career has continuously launched her into the public eye as one of Hollywood’s finest up-and-coming actors. In 2016, she starred in the teen dramedy The Edge of Seventeen, for which she received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Comedy or Musical.

She starred in Pitch Perfect 2, where she joined the Barden Bellas as “Emily” opposite Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson. Elizabeth Banks directed the follow-up to the 2012 film released by Universal Pictures. Steinfeld reprised her role with the Bellas for Pitch Perfect 3. In 2015, Steinfeld starred alongside Samuel L. Jackson and Jessica Alba in the Brett Ratner produced feature Barely Lethal. The film, distributed by A24 Films, centers on 16-year-old international assassin “Megan” who fakes her death and enrolls in high school in a desperate attempt for a "normal" adolescence. Steinfeld also lent her voice to the English version of the Academy Award-nominated animated film When Marnie Was There, which was released in the United States in May 2015.

In 2010, Steinfeld was chosen over 15,000 actresses for her role as “Mattie Ross” in the Coen Brothers' remake of True Grit. Starring opposite Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon, and Josh Brolin, Steinfeld's performance garnered her universal acclaim with dozens of film critic award wins, including the Broadcast Film Critics Association Award, the Chicago Film Critics Association Award, the Toronto Film Critics Association Award, and the Vancouver Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress. In addition to her Oscar® nomination, Steinfeld received a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role, as well as a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role.

In 2015, Steinfeld successfully launched her music career with Republic Records as a recording artist. RIAA-certified platinum-selling debut single “Love Myself,” made history as the highest solo female artist debut on Top 40 radio since 1998. Upon its release, “Love Myself” reached the Top 10 on the Top Pop Songs Chart. It also hit number one on Spotify’s Global Viral Chart and claimed #25 on Shazam’s US Top 100. To date, the track has received over 220 million streams on Spotify, while the companion video has amassed nearly 160 million views and counting. Her single, “Starving,” with Grey featuring Zedd also quickly became a global smash. Her certified platinum hit “Starving” soared to the Top 10 of iTunes Top Pop Songs Chart, landed Top 10 on Spotify’s US Top 50, Top 20 on Spotify’s Global Top 50, and netted over 250 million-plus Spotify streams. Additionally, she performed as a special guest on the North American leg of Meghan Trainor’s “Untouchable” tour, playing 28 shows between July and September 2016. 

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