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Leslie Mann young

Birth Date

March 26, 1972


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color


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5 ft 6½ in | 169 cm

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Body Measurements

34-23-34 in | 86-58.5-86 cm


54 kg | 119 lbs

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Shoe size

8 US | 38.5 EU

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Leslie Jean Mann was born in San Francisco, California, United States, on March 26, 1972, is an American actress.

Young Leslie Mann began her career in TV commercials, at the age of 17.

She landed her big screen debut in comedy movie Virgin High (1991) in role as 'Squiggle' Girl.

She made her television debut in the ABC medical drama series Birdland (1994) in episode "Grand Delusion", in role as Nurse Mary.

Her breakthrough performance came as Ivy Elizabeth Walker in black comedy film The Cable Guy (1996) opposite Jim Carrey.

New Movies

Blithe Spirit (2020) comedy in role as Elvira Condomine, opposite Dan Stevens, Isla Fisher and Judi Dench

The Croods 2 (2020) animated comedy adventure in voice role as Hope Betterman

Motherless Brooklyn (2019) crime drama in role as Julia Minna, opposite Edward Norton, Bruce Willis and Willem Dafoe

Best Movies

She was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress from the Chicago Film Critics Association for her role as Debbie in romantic comedy film Knocked Up (2007).

Big Daddy (1999) comedy opposite Adam Sandler

Funny People (2009) comedy drama with Seth Rogen, Adam Sandler and Jonah Hill

I Love You Phillip Morris (2009) black comedy drama opposite Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor

This Is 40 (2012) romance comedy with Paul Rudd, Megan Fox and Melissa McCarthy

17 Again (2009) drama fantasy opposite Zac Efron and Matthew Perry

Blockers (2018) comedy with John Cena

George of the Jungle (1997) action romance opposite Brendan Fraser and John Cleese

She's the One (1996) romantic comedy with Edward Burns, Jennifer Aniston and Cameron Diaz

The Change-Up (2011) fantasy comedy opposite Olivia Wilde, Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman

Stealing Harvard (2002) action adventure in role as Elaine Warner

The Other Woman (2014) romantic comedy with Kate Upton and Cameron Diaz

How to Be Single (2016) romantic comedy opposite Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson and Alison Brie

Things I Never Told You (1996) drama romance with Andrew McCarthy and Lili Taylor

Little Birds (2011) drama opposite Juno Temple and Kate Bosworth

The Comedian (2016) comedy drama with Robert De Niro and Danny DeVito

Welcome to Marwen (2018) drama opposite Steve Carell and Diane Kruger

TV Shows

She voiced Gina Winthrop in animated television series Allen Gregory (2011).


Graduated from Corona del Mar High School.

Studied acting at the Joanne Baron / D.W. Brown Acting Studio.

She voiced Linda Gunderson in animated musical adventure comedy movies Rio (2011) and Rio 2 (2014).

She voiced Sandra Babcock in movie ParaNorman (2012) and Patty Peterson in film Mr. Peabody & Sherman (2014).

Good friend with actress Cameron Diaz.

She was named "Hollywood's queen of comedy" by Elle magazine in 2012.

Supports non-profit organization 826LA.

Lives in Los Angeles, California, U.S.


She married producer Judd Apatow in 1997, they have two daughters.


When I was 9, my parents let me take a cab to the mall all by myself. I had hardly any money to spend, but I did have a very specific list of things I wanted to do: buy cookies and sit on the furniture at Sears.

Basically, I just want to do a movie where I'm surrounded by women.

I like dark humor. My favorite movie of all time is 'Harold and Maude.'

I feel very protective of younger actresses, because it was so hard for me in the business.

When I started auditioning, I'd take any audition I could get. The more dramatic ones didn't go as well as the comedic.

I honestly don't know where the high voice thing came from in the first place. Why do people have high voices? Emotional problems? What is that? It could easily be that. And now I'm getting more normal, and my voice is getting deeper.

Growing up, I wasn't as comfortable expressing myself as I am now, and I think that's why I chose acting: because it's acceptable to have your feelings. It's a place that they want you to feel. Whereas in life, growing up, it was 'Be quiet!' and 'Keep it to yourself.'

Comedy is hard to do, and I don't know why it doesn't have its own category in awards. I don't understand why people think it's harder to do drama than it is to do comedy. It doesn't get respect. It's hard. It's really hard. It would be more gratifying to get something for a comedy, because it doesn't happen much or at all.