Anna Kendrick
Anna Cooke Kendrick[1]

(1985-08-09) August 9, 1985 (age 38)
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active1998–present
AwardsFull list

Anna Cooke Kendrick (born August 9, 1985) is an American actress. Her first starring role was in the 1998 Broadway musical High Society, for which she earned a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical.[2] She made her film debut in the musical comedy Camp (2003) and had a supporting role in The Twilight Saga (2008–2011). She achieved wider recognition for the comedy-drama film Up in the Air (2009), which earned her a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, and for her starring role in the Pitch Perfect film series (2012–2017).

She starred in the comedies Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) and 50/50 (2011), the crime drama End of Watch (2012), the musical fantasy Into the Woods (2014), the thrillers The Accountant (2016) and A Simple Favor (2018), and the fantasy comedy Noelle (2019). She voiced the lead role in the animated musicals of the Trolls film franchise. She starred in the short form comedy series Dummy (2020), for which she received a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series, and in the romantic comedy series Love Life (2021–2022). She made her directorial debut with the drama Woman of the Hour (2023).

Kendrick sang on soundtracks for some of her films, including the single "Cups" in 2012, and at events including the 2013 Kennedy Center Honors, and the 2015 Academy Awards. Her memoir, Scrappy Little Nobody, was published in 2016.

Early life

Kendrick was born in Portland, Maine, on August 9, 1985,[3][4] the daughter of accountant Janice (née Cooke) and history teacher William Kendrick.[5][6] She is of English, Irish, and Scottish descent.[7] Her older brother is an actor and appeared in the drama film Looking for an Echo (2000).[8] She attended Deering High School.[9]


1998–2007: Early career, theater, and film debut

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Kendrick at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival

Kendrick started her career at age 12 in a supporting role in the 1998 Broadway musical High Society, which earned her a Theater World Award and nominations for Featured Actress in a Musical at the Drama Desk Awards and Tony Awards. She went on to a supporting role in the 2003 New York City Opera production of Stephen Sondheim's musical A Little Night Music.

Her film debut in the musical Camp as nerdy Fritzi Wagner earned her a nomination for the Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance. She played an ambitious high school debater in Rocket Science (2007), earning an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Female.

2008–2011: Twilight and Up in the Air

Kendrick rose to prominence in 2008 for the fantasy romance Twilight, a major box-office hit based on Stephenie Meyer's 2005 novel of the same name; Kendrick played Jessica Stanley, a friend of protagonist Bella Swan. In 2009, she appeared in the comedy The Marc Pease Experience, in her first leading role in the crime thriller Elsewhere, and reprised her Jessica Stanley role in Twilight's sequel, New Moon.

She then starred alongside George Clooney in director Jason Reitman's Up in the Air (2009). Critics praised her performance as an ambitious college graduate, calling it "funny and touching"[10] and saying that she "grabs every scene she's in".[11] It brought her nominations for several Best Supporting Actress awards, including the Academy Awards, Golden Globe Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards and BAFTA Awards.

In 2010, Kendrick again portrayed Jessica Stanley in the Twilight saga's third installment, Eclipse. Later that year, she appeared in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, as the sister of the title character. The film did not fare well at the box office, but has since become a cult classic. In 2011, she appeared in the critically acclaimed comedy-drama 50/50, as an inexperienced therapist to a cancer patient played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Later that year, she made her final appearance as Jessica Stanley in Twilight's fourth installment, Breaking Dawn – Part 1 (2011).

Kendrick has been a member of the Actors' Branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences since 2010.[12]

2012–2015: Pitch Perfect and Into the Woods

In 2012, Kendrick featured as part of the ensemble cast of What to Expect When You're Expecting, loosely based on the pregnancy guide of the same name. Also that year, she lent her voice to the stop-motion animated film ParaNorman, starred in the commercially successful crime drama End of Watch, and appeared in Robert Redford's political thriller The Company You Keep.

Kendrick at Geffen's Fundraiser in March 2014

Kendrick's most successful film of 2012 was the musical comedy Pitch Perfect (2012), loosely based on the non-fiction book Pitch Perfect: The Quest for Collegiate A Cappella Glory. Kendrick played Beca Mitchell, a rebellious college freshman who joins an a cappella group called the Barden Bellas and finds that her more modern approach to music clashes with the traditional approach of the group's leader. The film emerged as a major commercial success and received mostly positive reviews from critics, who called Kendrick's performance "splendid", saying that she "hits just the right note between pithy and chummy".[13]

In 2013, Kendrick featured in the romantic comedy-drama Drinking Buddies, which received mostly positive reviews from critics, as well as the largely panned fantasy comedy Rapture-Palooza.

At the Sundance Film Festival in January 2014, Kendrick was featured in three films. She played leading roles in the comedy-drama Happy Christmas and the horror comedy The Voices, which both received generally favorable reviews from critics, as well as a supporting role in the zombie comedy Life After Beth. Both Happy Christmas and Life After Beth received limited releases later in 2014, while The Voices was given a limited release in early 2015. Kendrick hosted Saturday Night Live in 2014.[14]

At the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2014, Kendrick was featured in two films. She starred in the musical romance The Last Five Years, an adaptation of the off-Broadway musical of the same name. While the film itself received mixed reviews, Kendrick garnered widespread critical acclaim for her performance. She also played a supporting role in the comedy-drama Cake. Cake was eventually given a wide release in January 2015, while The Last Five Years received a limited release in February 2015.

Kendrick was next seen playing Cinderella in Disney's Into the Woods (2014), director Rob Marshall's film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's musical of the same name. Kendrick was a part of the large ensemble cast. The film became a major commercial success and received mostly positive reviews from critics.

Kendrick competed in the first season of Lip Sync Battle against John Krasinski, one of the show's executive producers, in an episode aired in April 2015. She first performed "Steal My Girl" by One Direction, in which she jokingly revealed the object of her affection to be Krasinski's newlywed wife, Emily Blunt. Kendrick also performed "Booty" by Jennifer Lopez, in which Lopez herself made a surprise appearance at the end of the song. The audience declared Kendrick the winner. The episode garnered over 1.75 million U.S. viewers.[15]

Kendrick played a supporting role in Digging for Fire, which premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival and received a limited release in August of that year. In May 2015, she reprised her role of Beca Mitchell in Pitch Perfect 2. The film, which followed Mitchell in her senior year of college as the co-president of the Barden Bellas, emerged as a major box office blockbuster and surpassed the success of the first film.

2016–present: Trolls franchise and other projects

Kendrick at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con

Kendrick starred in the action comedy Mr. Right, which premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival and was released on April 8, 2016. She also starred in The Hollars, a comedy-drama directed by and starring John Krasinski, which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, and was theatrically released in August 2016. She was then seen in the coming-of-age film Get a Job, which received a limited release in March 2016 after being delayed since 2012.[citation needed]

Also in 2016, Kendrick starred in the commercially successful comedy Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, voiced Princess Poppy, the main character of the animated film Trolls,[16] and co-starred in the action thriller The Accountant.[17][18][19] Kendrick's memoir Scrappy Little Nobody was published on November 15, 2016.[20]

Kendrick starred in Table 19, which was released March 3, 2017.[21] She again reprised the role of Beca Mitchell in Pitch Perfect 3, released on December 22, 2017.[22] In September 2018, she starred as Stephanie Smothers in the mystery-thriller film A Simple Favor. Also in September 2018, Kendrick began appearing in a series of advertisements across a range of media for Hilton Hotels.[23]

In 2019, Kendrick co-starred in the satirical crime comedy The Day Shall Come and played the titular character in the Disney+ Christmas comedy Noelle. Kendrick also voiced a character in the Facebook Watch adult animated comedy series Human Discoveries.[24]

Also in 2019, it was announced that Kendrick would star as a state trooper with irreversible hearing loss in Unsound, directed by Bharat Nalluri.[25]

Kendrick reprised her role as Poppy in the 2020 sequel Trolls World Tour. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Universal Pictures released the film via video on-demand platforms as a digital rental on April 10, 2020.[26][27] She starred in the Quibi comedy series Dummy, for which she also served as executive producer. For her performance, she was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series.[28][29] Also in 2020, Kendrick starred in the HBO Max romantic comedy anthology series Love Life, for which she additionally served as an executive producer. She appeared next as the lead in Stowaway, a science-fiction thriller which was released on April 22, 2021.[30] She starred in the films Alice, Darling and Self Reliance.[31][32]

Personal life

Kendrick resides in Los Angeles.[33]

In an interview with Terry Gross on NPR, Kendrick said she was raised Episcopalian, but as a child she was terrified of certain passages in the Old Testament. She stopped attending church at the age of 14.[34]

She began dating English filmmaker Edgar Wright in 2009, after they met while filming Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.[35][36][37] They split up in March 2013.[38] She began dating English cinematographer Ben Richardson in February 2014, after they met while filming Drinking Buddies.[39][40][41] That relationship has since ended.

Kendrick began dating actor Bill Hader in late 2020 or early 2021.[42][43] By June 2022, they had ended their relationship.[44]

She has said that her experience in an emotionally abusive relationship inspired her performance in Alice, Darling.[45]

Kendrick's father died in November 2022.[46][47]



Year Title Role Notes
2003 Camp Fritzi Wagner
2007 Rocket Science Ginny Ryerson
2008 Twilight Jessica Stanley
2009 Elsewhere Sarah
The Marc Pease Experience Meg Brickman
The Twilight Saga: New Moon Jessica Stanley
Up in the Air Natalie Keener
2010 Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Stacey Pilgrim
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Jessica Stanley
2011 50/50 Katherine McKay
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1 Jessica Stanley
2012 The Company You Keep Diana
End of Watch Janet Taylor
ParaNorman Courtney Babcock (voice)
Pitch Perfect Beca Mitchell
What to Expect When You're Expecting Rosie Brennan
2013 Drinking Buddies Jill
Rapture-Palooza Lindsey Lewis
2014 Cake Nina Collins
Happy Christmas Jenny
Into the Woods Cinderella
The Last Five Years Cathy Hiatt
Life After Beth Erica Wexler
The Voices Lisa
2015 Digging for Fire Alicia
Mr. Right Martha McKay
Pitch Perfect 2 Beca Mitchell
2016 The Accountant Dana Cummings
Get a Job Jillian Stewart
The Hollars Rebecca
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates Alice
Trolls Poppy (voice)
2017 Pitch Perfect 3 Beca Mitchell
Table 19 Eloise McGarry
2018 A Simple Favor Stephanie Smothers
2019 The Day Shall Come Kendra Glack
Noelle Noelle Kringle
2020 Trolls World Tour Poppy (voice)
2021 Stowaway Zoe Levenson
2022 Alice, Darling Alice
2023 Self Reliance Maddy
Woman of the Hour Cheryl Bradshaw Also director and producer[48]
Trolls Band Together Poppy (voice)


Year Title Role Notes
2007 Viva Laughlin Holly Episode: "What a Whale Wants"
2009 Fear Itself Shelby Johnson Episode: "The Spirit Box"
2012 Family Guy Nora (voice) Episode: "Internal Affairs"
2013 Comedy Bang! Bang! Herself Episode: "Anna Kendrick Wears A Patterned Blouse & Burgundy Pants"
2014 Saturday Night Live Herself (host) Episode: "Anna Kendrick/Pharrell Williams"
2015 Lip Sync Battle Herself Episode: "Anna Kendrick vs. John Krasinski"
2017 Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Nan Britton Episode: "Sinclair Broadcast Group" (Segment: "Harding")
Trolls Holiday Poppy (voice) Television special
2019 Human Discoveries Jane (voice) Main role; also executive producer
2020 Dummy Cody Heller Main role; also executive producer
2021–2022 Love Life Darby Carter Main role (season 1)
Guest role (season 2); also executive producer
2021 Trolls: Holiday in Harmony Poppy (voice) Television special
2023 Scott Pilgrim Takes Off Stacey Pilgrim (voice) Main role[49]

Music videos

Year Title Role Artist Ref.
2010 "Pow Pow" Shape Shifter LCD Soundsystem
2012 "Do It Anyway" Secretary Ben Folds Five
2012 "Starships" Herself Mike Tompkins with the cast and fans of Pitch Perfect
2013 "Cups (When I'm Gone)" Kitchen Worker Herself
2017 "Freedom! '90" / "Cups" Beca Mitchell The Bellas from Pitch Perfect 3 and the Top 12 contestants of The Voice season 13 [50]
2020 "Love On Top" Cast of Pitch Perfect [51]


Year Title Role Notes
1998 High Society Dinah Lord St. James Theatre
2003 A Little Night Music Fredrika Armfeldt New York City Opera



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Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
"Cups" 2013 6 44 75 12 26 26 71 Pitch Perfect (Soundtrack)

Other featured performances

Year Album Title Certifications
1999 High Society (Original Cast Recording) "Throwing A Ball Tonight" (with Lisa Banes, Melissa Errico and John McMartin)
"Little One" (with Daniel McDonald)
"I Love Paris" (with Melissa Errico)
2003 Camp: Music from the Motion Picture "The Ladies Who Lunch"
2009 Up in the Air (Music from the Motion Picture) "Time After Time"
2014 Into the Woods (Motion Picture Soundtrack) "A Very Nice Prince" (with Emily Blunt)
"On the Steps of the Palace"
"Your Fault" (with Daniel Huttlestone, James Corden, Lilla Crawford and Meryl Streep)
"No One is Alone" (with James Corden, Lilla Crawford and Daniel Huttlestone)
2015 The Last Five Years (Motion Picture Soundtrack) "Still Hurting"
"See I'm Smiling"
"A Part of That"
"A Summer in Ohio"
"The Next Ten Minutes" (with Jeremy Jordan)
"A Miracle Would Happen / When You Come Home to Me" (with Jeremy Jordan)
"Climbing Uphill"
"I Can Do Better Than That"
"Goodbye Until Tomorrow" (with Jeremy Jordan)
Pitch Perfect 2 (Motion Picture Soundtrack) "Winter Wonderland / Here Comes Santa Claus" (with Snoop Dogg)
2016 Trolls: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack "Move Your Feet / D.A.N.C.E. / It's a Sunshine Day" (with Gwen Stefani, James Corden, Ron Funches, Walt Dohrn, Icona Pop and Kunal Nayyar)
"Get Back Up Again"
"The Sound of Silence"
"I'm Coming Out / Mo Money Mo Problems" (with Zooey Deschanel, Gwen Stefani, James Corden, Walt Dohrn, Ron Funches, Icona Pop and Kunal Nayyar)
"True Colours" (with Justin Timberlake)
"Can't Stop the Feeling!" (with Justin Timberlake, Gwen Stefani, James Corden, Zooey Deschanel, Walt Dohrn, Ron Funches, Icona Pop, Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Kunal Nayyar)
"September" (with Justin Timberlake and Earth, Wind & Fire)
2020 Trolls World Tour: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack "Trolls Wanna Have Good Times" (with Justin Timberlake, James Corden, Ester Dean, Icona Pop, Kenan Thompson and The Pop Trolls)
"Just Sing" (with Justin Timberlake, Kelly Clarkson, Mary J. Blige, Anderson .Paak and Kenan Thompson)
"Trolls 2 Many Hits Mashup" (with Justin Timberlake, James Corden, Icona Pop and The Pop Trolls)
"Just Sing (Trolls World Tour)" (with Justin Timberlake, James Corden, Kelly Clarkson, George Clinton, Mary J. Blige, Anderson .Paak, Rachel Bloom, Kenan Thompson, Anthony Ramos, Red Velvet, Icona Pop, Kunal Nayyar and Sam Rockwell)


Awards and nominations

Throughout her career, for her work on screen and stage, Kendrick has received several awards and nominations. Among them, she is one of the few actors to have been nominated for an Oscar, Emmy and Tony in acting categories, labeled the "Triple Crown of Acting".

Achieving the feat at age 34, she is one of the youngest people to do so, and one of few to be nominated for all three awards without winning one.

Kendrick's other accolades include three MTV Movie & TV Awards, a Satellite Award and nominations for a BAFTA, Golden Globe and SAG Award.


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