Laura Dern
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Laura Dern

Profession: Actress & producer
Birthday: 10.02.1967
Born in: Los Angeles / California 
Nationality: USA
Height: 179cm
Ex-partners: Jeff Goldblum, Billy Bob Thornton, Ben Harper

Miscellaneous: 
Laura Elizabeth Dern Dern grew up in a creative environment and had early contact with the film industry. Her father is the famous actor Bruce Dern and her mother is the actress Diane Ladd. Both parents were successful artists of their time and appeared in various films. This family connection to acting inspired Laura Dern to pursue her own career in the entertainment industry.
 
Dern took her first steps as an actress at the tender age of five. She appeared in several commercials and gained her first experience in front of the camera. At the age of 13, she was given her first major role in the film "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (1974), which was directed by her father. This performance earned her positive reviews and laid the foundation for her future career.
 
Dern is not only successful as an actress, but also as an activist. She campaigns for various social and political issues, including women's rights, environmental protection and LGBTQ+ rights. She is an advocate of the Time's Up movement and has campaigned for equality and justice in the entertainment industry.
 
Breakthrough: 
Dern began her acting career at a young age and quickly made a name for herself in the film industry. She made her film debut at the age of 13 in the movie "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" (1974), for which her mother received an Oscar nomination and her father directed.
 
Development:
In the years that followed, Laura Dern appeared in a large number of films and established herself as a versatile actress. She appeared in films such as "Blue Velvet" (1986), "Wild at Heart" (1990), "Jurassic Park" (1993), "Citizen Ruth" (1996) and "October Sky" (1999). 
 
She is also particularly well known for her collaboration with director David Lynch, with whom she worked on several films, including "Inland Empire" (2006) and "Twin Peaks: The Return" (2017).
 
Accolades: 
60 awards & 108 nominations
 
She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Rambling Rose" (1991) and eventually won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in "Marriage Story" (2019). She has also won several Golden Globe Awards and Emmy Awards.

Filmography

We have listed some of her best and most famous films and series here:
 
2022: Jurassic World Dominion
2019: Marriage Story
2017-2019: Big Little Lies (TV series, 14 episodes)
2017: Twin Peaks (TV series, 9 episodes)
2017: Star Wars: The Last Jedi 
2017: Twin Peaks (television series, 9 episodes)
2014: Wild 
2006: Inland Empire
2001: Jurassic Park III
1999: October Sky
1996: Baby Business (Citizen Ruth)
1993: Jurassic Park
1990: Wild at Heart 
1986: Blue Velvet
1974: Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore

 
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