Charlotte Sarah Lawrence is an American singer-songwriter and model and the daughter of actress Christa Miller and TV producer screenwriter Bill Lawrence (Cougar Town, Scrubs). Unlike her actress mom, Lawrence foremost career prospects appear to be in modeling and music.
Years active: 2014–present
Born: June 8, 2000, 23 years old and 3 months, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Eye color: Brown
Hair color: Dark blonde
Height: 5’10 1/2 in / 179 cm
Measurements: 31-22-34 in / 79-56-86 cm
Bra size 32B US / 70B EU
She has two younger brothers, William and Henry. Her mother is known for having portrayed a number of sitcom characters. This includes Jordan Sullivan on Scrubs, a show her father created.
Lawrence is the grand-niece of actress Susan Saint James. Her paternal great-great-great grandfather was the real estate mogul William Van Duzer Lawrence, who was of Dutch descent. She began singing as a child. Lawrence attended Marymount High School in Los Angeles, where she was a member of volleyball and basketball teams.
On March 25th, 2014, she released her debut single, The Finish Line, to iTunes. On March 26th, 2015, she released her second single, Ever After, to iTunes, and a single called Seventeen this past May.
Lawrence is signed to IMG Models and has appeared in magazines such as Teen Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. In March 2018, she featured on Kaskade’s single “Cold as Stone”. In June 2018, she released her debut EP Young.
In January 2021, Lawrence announced her second EP titled Charlotte, which was subsequently released on March 5, 2021.
Charlotte is backed by IMG Models and appeared in magazines such as Teen Vogue or Harpers Bazaar.
Her parents was married in 1999, a year before she was born. She developed an affinity for music at an early age.
Her father participated in a stand-up comedy tour with Chris D’Elia and Brent Morin to promote their NBC sitcom Undateable.
The singer has already racked up millions of streams on songs like Just the Same and Sleep Talking, a crying-in-the-club track about an ex revealing his cheating ways in his sleep.
When I released ‘Sleep Talking’ I started gaining a fan base that loved me for my music, Lawrence told PAPER. I started being recognized and talked about as a musician rather that just an Instagram personality or a model. That all that I would want people to follow me for and be interested in my life for, because music is my passion.
Citing Lorde, SZA, Patti Smith, and Bon Iver as inspirations, Lawrence captures the teenage experience by writing often about topics close to her heart that resonate with her fans — love and mental health. I feel like my lyrics are very honest and reflect exactly what I’m feeling at the time, she said. People resonate with that. Especially the ‘Keep Me Up’ song about mental health and anxiety. I genuinely have insane anxiety. I know that so many people go through that as well, so putting that out and having those lyrics be so descriptive and detailed made people be like, ‘Wow, I feel this too.’ They reach out and tell me that and it means the world to me.