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Emma Roberts

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Birth Date

February 10, 1991


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Light Brown

Eye color



5 ft 2 in | 157 cm

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Body Measurements

32-23-30 in | 81-58.5-76 cm


51 kg | 112.5 pounds

Bra Size


Shoe size

6 US | 36.5 EU

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Emma Rose Roberts was born in Rhinebeck, New York, United States, on February 10, 1991, is an American actress.

Young Emma Roberts began her acting career as a child actress.

She made her big screen debut in biographical crime film Blow (2001) in role as Kristina Sunshine Jung, at the age of 9.

Her breakthrough performance came as Addie Singer in Nickelodeon teen sitcom Unfabulous (2004–2007).

She released her debut album "Unfabulous and More" in 2005.

New Movies

Paradise Hills (2019) fantasy drama in role as Uma

She voiced Wedgehead in animated musical adventure comedy film UglyDolls (2019).

Best Movies

She won a Young Artist Award for Best Supporting Young Actress in a Feature Film for her role as Claire Brown in teen fantasy comedy movie Aquamarine (2006).

It's Kind of a Funny Story (2010) comedy drama with Zach Galifianakis and Zoë Kravitz

Valentine's Day (2010) romantic comedy directed by Garry Marshall

Virginia (2010) drama romance with Jennifer Connelly and Ed Harris

Lymelife (2008) comedy drama opposite Alec Baldwin

The Winning Season (2009) sports comedy with Sam Rockwell and Rooney Mara

Wild Child (2008) teen comedy with Alex Pettyfer and Juno Temple

Nerve (2016) techno thriller adventure with Dave Franco

Empire State (2013) crime drama with Dwayne Johnson and Liam Hemsworth

We're the Millers (2013) comedy opposite Jennifer Aniston

Adult World (2013) comedy with John Cusack

Palo Alto (2013) drama opposite James Franco

I Am Michael (2015) biographical drama with James Franco

Ashby (2015) comedy drama with Mickey Rourke and Nat Wolff

Celeste and Jesse Forever (2012) romantic comedy drama in role as Riley Banks

Scream 4 (2011) thriller directed by Wes Craven

Who We Are Now (2017) drama opposite Zachary Quinto

In a Relationship (2018) comedy drama with Michael Angarano

Billionaire Boys Club (2018) biographical crime drama with Ansel Elgort and Kevin Spacey

Little Italy (2018) romantic comedy opposite Hayden Christensen and Alyssa Milano

TV Shows

She was nominated for the Teen Choice Award and Young Artist Award for her role as Addie Singer in Nickelodeon teen sitcom Unfabulous (2004–2007).

She played Chanel Oberlin in Fox comedy horror television series Scream Queens (2015–2016).

She portrayed Madison Montgomery in American Horror Story: Coven (2013–2014) and American Horror Story: Apocalypse (2018).

American Horror Story: Freak Show (2014–2015) in role as Maggie Esmerelda

American Horror Story: Cult (2017) in role as Serena Belinda


Attended Archer School for Girls in Los Angeles, California.

Has a younger half-sister, Grace Nickels.

Her aunts are actresses Julia Roberts and Lisa Roberts Gillan.

Her hobbies are to swim and to play volleyball.

Good friends with Devon Werkheiser, Aly Michalka and AJ Michalka.

Become ambassador for Neutrogena in 2009.

Has a phobia of flying.


She dated Chord Overstreet (2011-2012), Dathan Kuppin (2009-2011), Ryan Sheckler (2008-2009), Alex Pettyfer (2007-2008) and Christopher Hines (2016).

Has been engaged to Evan Peters (2016-2019).

She started dating American actor Garrett Hedlund in 2019.


I want to constantly be surprising people with different roles.

I'm my own person, and am trying to carve out a career on my own.

I've always wanted to get into acting, ever since I was younger. I'd put on shows for my family and run around play dress-up all the time. I think I was 4 when I told them I wanted to do movies.

When I'm not working, I don't do lots of glamorous things.

I would like to be recognized for my style, because I love clothes.

I don't really have a type of guy I like. It's just like nice guys, cute boys I mean, ones that are funny.

I just feel like with independent movies... they're really free to do whatever they want. They're not afraid to make a statement about anything, and there's not a huge studio behind them making sure that everything is wholesome and politically correct and all that.