Grammys 2018 Winners
Performances: From Lady Gaga to Despacito and More
Forget the chill New York City was the place to be before, during and after the Grammy Awards.
The aftershow parties raged on for hours after the Grammys were handed out as top musicians and leading industry execs celebrated at exclusive events across the Big Apple.
While JAY-Z entered Sunday as the top nominee, it was Bruno Mars and Kendrick Lamar who left the night’s biggest winners. But with 80-plus awards to hand out, there were plenty of victors. Check out all the winners below
The Grammys 2018 Awards on Sunday (Jan. 28, 2018) came with their usual slate of top-notch live acts, from Kendrick Lamar’s riveting opening DAMN. performance to Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s historic all-Spanish rendition of summer smash Despacito.
GENERAL FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Album of the Year
Awaken, My Love! — Childish Gambino
444 — Jay-Z
DAMN. — Kendrick Lamar
Melodrama — Lorde
24K Magic — Bruno Mars WINNER
Record of the Year
Redbone — Childish Gambino
Despacito — Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber
The Story Of O.J. — Jay-Z
HUMBLE. — Kendrick Lamar
24K Magic — Bruno Mars WINNER
Grammys 2018 Awards
Song of the Year
Despacito — Ramón Ayala, Justin Bieber, Jason Poo Bear Boyd, Erika Ender, Luis Fonsi & Marty James Garton, songwriters (Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber)
444 — Shawn Carter & Dion Wilson, songwriters (Jay-Z)
Issues — Benny Blanco, Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen, Julia Michaels & Justin Drew Tranter, songwriters (Julia Michaels)
1-800-273-8255 — Alessia Caracciolo, Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, Arjun Ivatury & Khalid Robinson, songwriters (Logic Featuring Alessia Cara & Khalid)
That’s What I Like — Christopher Brody Brown, James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence, Bruno Mars, Ray Charles McCullough II, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus & Jonathan Yip, songwriters (Bruno Mars) WINNER
Best New Artist
Alessia Cara WINNER
Lil Uzi Vert
POP FIELD Grammys 2018 Performers
Best Pop Solo Performance
Love So Soft — Kelly Clarkson
Praying — Kesha
Million Reasons — Lady Gaga
What About Us — P!nk
Shape Of You — Ed Sheeran WINNER
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
Something Just Like This — The Chainsmokers & Coldplay
Despacito — Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber
Thunder — Imagine Dragons
Feel It Still — Portugal. The Man WINNER
Stay — Zedd & Alessia Cara
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
Nobody But Me (Deluxe Version) — Michael Bublé
Triplicate — Bob Dylan
In Full Swing — Seth MacFarlane
Wonderland — Sarah McLachlan
Tony Bennett Celebrates 90 — (Various Artists) Dae Bennett, Producer WINNER
Best Pop Vocal Album
Kaleidoscope EP — Coldplay
Lust for Life — Lana Del Rey
Evolve — Imagine Dragons
Rainbow — Kesha
Joanne — Lady Gaga
(Divide) — Ed Sheeran WINNER
DANCE/ELECTRONIC FIELD Grammys 2018 Awards
Best Dance Recording
Bambro Koyo Ganda — Bonobo Featuring Innov Gnawa
Cola — Camelphat & Elderbrook
Andromeda — Gorillaz Featuring DRAM
Tonite — LCD Soundsystem WINNER
Line Of Sight — Odesza Featuring WYNNE & Mansionair
Best Dance/Electronic Album
Migration — Bonobo
3-D The Catalogue — Kraftwerk WINNER
Mura Masa — Mura Masa
A Moment Apart — Odesza
What Now — Sylvan Esso
CONTEMPORARY INSTRUMENTAL FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Contemporary Instrumental Album
What If — The Jerry Douglas Band
Spirit — Alex Han
Mount Royal — Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge
Prototype — Jeff Lorber Fusion WINNER
Bad Hombre — Antonio Sanchez
ROCK FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Rock Performance
You Want It Darker — Leonard Cohen WINNER
The Promise — Chris Cornell
Run — Foo Fighters
No Good — Kaleo
Go To War — Nothing More
Best Metal Performance
Invisible Enemy — August Burns Red
Black Hoodie — Body Count
Forever — Code Orange
Sultan’s Curse — Mastodon WINNER
Clockworks — Meshuggah
Best Rock Song
Atlas, Rise! — James Hetfield & Lars Ulrich, songwriters (Metallica)
Blood In The Cut — JT Daly & Kristine Flaherty, songwriters (K.Flay)
Go To War — Ben Anderson, Jonny Hawkins, Will Hoffman, Daniel Oliver, David Pramik & Mark Vollelunga, songwriters (Nothing More)
Run — Foo Fighters, songwriters (Foo Fighters) WINNER
The Stage — Zachary Baker, Brian Haner, Matthew Sanders, Jonathan Seward & Brooks Wackerman, songwriters (Avenged Sevenfold)
Best Rock Album
Emperor Of Sand — Mastodon
Hardwired…To Self-Destruct — Metallica
The Stories We Tell Ourselves — Nothing More
Villains — Queens Of the Stone Age
A Deeper Understanding — The War On Drugs WINNER
ALTERNATIVE FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Alternative Music Album
Everything Now — Arcade Fire
Humanz — Gorillaz
American Dream — LCD Soundsystem
Pure Comedy — Father John Misty
Sleep Well Beast — The National WINNER
R&B FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best R&B Performance
Get You — Daniel Caesar Featuring Kali Uchis
Distraction — Kehlani
High — Ledisi
That’s What I Like — Bruno Mars WINNER
The Weekend — SZA
Best Traditional R&B Performance
Laugh And Move On — The Baylor Project
Redbone — Childish Gambino WINNER
What I’m Feelin’ — Anthony Hamilton Featuring The Hamiltones
All The Way — Ledisi
Still — Mali Music
Best R&B Song
First Began — PJ Morton, songwriter (PJ Morton)
Location — Alfredo Gonzalez, Olatunji Ige, Samuel David Jiminez, Christopher McClenney, Khalid Robinson & Joshua Scruggs, songwriters (Khalid)
Redbone — Donald Glover & Ludwig Goransson, songwriters (Childish Gambino)
Supermodel — Tyran Donaldson, Terrence Henderson, Greg Landfair Jr., Solana Rowe & Pharrell Williams, songwriters (SZA)
That’s What I Like — Christopher Brody Brown, James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence, Bruno Mars, Ray Charles McCullough II, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus & Jonathan Yip, songwriters (Bruno Mars) WINNER
Best Urban Contemporary Album
Free 6LACK — 6LACK
Awaken, My Love! — Childish Gambino
American Teen — Khalid
Ctrl — SZA
Starboy — The Weeknd WINNER
Best R&B Album
Freudian — Daniel Caesar
Let Love Rule — Ledisi
24K Magic — Bruno Mars WINNER
Gumbo — PJ Morton
Feel the Real –Musiq Soulchild
RAP FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Rap Performance
Bounce Back — Big Sean
Bodak Yellow — Cardi B
444 — Jay-Z
HUMBLE. — Kendrick Lamar WINNER
Bad And Boujee — Migos Featuring Lil Uzi Vert
Best Rap/Sung Performance
PRBLMS — 6LACK
Crew — Goldlink Featuring Brent Faiyaz & Shy Glizzy
Family Feud — Jay-Z Featuring Beyoncé
LOYALTY. — Kendrick Lamar Featuring Rihanna WINNER
Love Galore — SZA Featuring Travis Scott
Best Rap Song
Bodak Yellow — Dieuson Octave, Klenord Raphael, Shaftizm, Jordan Thorpe, Washpoppin & J White, songwriters (Cardi B)
Chase Me — Judah Bauer, Brian Burton, Hector Delgado, Jaime Meline, Antwan Patton, Michael Render, Russell Simins & Jon Spencer,
songwriters (Danger Mouse Featuring Run The Jewels & Big Boi)
HUMBLE. — Duckworth, Asheton Hogan & M. Williams II, songwriters (Kendrick Lamar) WINNER
Sassy — Gabouer & M. Evans, songwriters (Rapsody)
The Story Of O.J. — Shawn Carter & Dion Wilson, songwriters (Jay-Z)
Best Rap Album
444 — Jay-Z
DAMN. — Kendrick Lamar WINNER
Culture — Migos
Laila’s Wisdom — Rapsody
Flower Boy — Tyler, The Creator
COUNTRY FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Country Solo Performance
Body Like A Back Road — Sam Hunt
Losing You –Alison Krauss
Tin Man — Miranda Lambert
I Could Use A Love Song — Maren Morris
Either Way — Chris Stapleton WINNER
Best Country Duo/Group Performance
It Ain’t My Fault — Brothers Osborne
My Old Man — Zac Brown Band
You Look Good — Lady Antebellum
Better Man — Little Big Town WINNER
Drinkin’ Problem — Midland
Best Country Song
Better Man — Taylor Swift, songwriter (Little Big Town)
Body Like A Back Road — Zach Crowell, Sam Hunt, Shane McAnally & Josh Osborne, songwriters (Sam Hunt)
Broken Halos — Mike Henderson & Chris Stapleton, songwriters (Chris Stapleton) WINNER
Drinkin’ Problem — Jess Carson, Cameron Duddy, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne & Mark Wystrach, songwriters (Midland)
Tin Man — Jack Ingram, Miranda Lambert & Jon Randall, songwriters (Miranda Lambert)
Best Country Album
Cosmic Hallelujah — Kenny Chesney
Heart Break — Lady Antebellum
The Breaker — Little Big Town
Life Changes — Thomas Rhett
From a Room Volume 1 — Chris Stapleton WINNER
NEW AGE FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best New Age Album
Reflection — Brian Eno
SongVersation Medicine — India.Arie
Dancing On Water — Peter Kater WINNER
Sacred Journey Of Ku-Kai, Volume 5 — Kitaro
Spiral Revelation — Steve Roach
JAZZ FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Improvised Jazz Solo
Can’t Remember Why — Sara Caswell, soloist
Dance Of Shiva — Billy Childs, soloist
Whisper Not — Fred Hersch, soloist
Miles Beyond — John McLaughlin, soloist WINNER
Ilimba — Chris Potter, soloist
Best Jazz Vocal Album
The Journey — The Baylor Project
A Social Call — Jazzmeia Horn
Bad Ass and Blind — Raul Midón
Porter Plays Porter — Randy Porter Trio With Nancy King
Dreams and Daggers — Cécile McLorin Salvant WINNER
Best Jazz Instrumental Album
Uptown, Downtown — Bill Charlap Trio
Rebirth — Billy Childs WINNER
Project Freedom –Joey DeFrancesco & The People
Open Book — Fred Hersch
The Dreamer Is the Dream — Chris Potter
Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album
MONK’estra Vol. 2 — John Beasley
Jigsaw — Alan Ferber Big Band
Bringin’ It — Christian McBride Big Band WINNER
Homecoming — Vince Mendoza & WDR Big Band Cologne
Whispers on the Wind — Chuck Owen And The Jazz Surge
Best Latin Jazz Album
Hybrido – From Rio To Wayne Shorter — Antonio Adolfo
Oddara — Jane Bunnett & Maqueque
Outra Coisa – The Music Of Moacir Santos — Anat Cohen & Marcello Gonçalves
Típico — Miguel Zenón
Jazz Tango — Pablo Ziegler Trio WINNER
GOSPEL/ CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN MUSIC FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Gospel Performance/Song
Too Hard Not To — Tina Campbell
You Deserve It — JJ Hairston & Youthful Praise Featuring Bishop Cortez Vaughn
Better Days — Le’Andria
My Life — The Walls Group
Never Have To Be Alone — CeCe Winans WINNER
Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song
Oh My Soul — Casting Crowns
Clean — Natalie Grant
What A Beautiful Name — Hillsong Worship WINNER
Even If — MercyMe
Hills And Valleys — Tauren Wells
Best Gospel Album
Crossover Live From Music City — Travis Greene
Bigger Than Me — Le’Andria
Close — Marvin Sapp
Sunday Song — Anita Wilson
Let Them Fall in Love — CeCe Winans WINNER
Best Contemporary Christian Music Album
Rise — Danny Gokey
Echoes (Deluxe Edition) — Matt Maher
Lifer — MercyMe
Hills and Valleys — Tauren Wells
Chain Breaker — Zach Williams WINNER
Best Roots Gospel Album
The Best Of the Collingsworth Family – Volume 1 — The Collingsworth Family
Give Me Jesus — Larry Cordle
Resurrection — Joseph Habedank
Sing It Now Songs of Faith & Hope — Reba McEntire WINNER
Hope for All Nations — Karen Peck & New River
LATIN FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Latin Pop Album
Lo Único Constante — Alex Cuba
Mis Planes Son Amarte — Juanes
Amar Y Vivir En Vivo Desde La Ciudad De México, 2017 — La Santa Cecilia
Musas (Un Homenaje Al Folclore Latinoamericano En Manos De Los Macorinos) — Natalia Lafourcade
El Dorado — Shakira WINNER
Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album
Ayo — Bomba Estéreo
Pa’ Fuera — C4 Trío & Desorden Público
Salvavidas De Hielo — Jorge Drexler
El Paradise — Los Amigos Invisibles
Residente — Residente WINNER
Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano)
Ni Diablo Ni Santo — Julión Álvarez Y Su Norteño Banda
Ayer Y Hoy — Banda El Recodo De Cruz Lizárraga
Momentos — Alex Campos
Arriero Somos Versiones Acústicas — Aida Cuevas WINNER
Zapateando En El Norte — Humberto Novoa, producer (Various Artists)
Best Tropical Latin Album
Albita — Albita
Art of the Arrangement — Doug Beavers
Salsa Big Band — Rubén Blades Con Roberto Delgado & Orquesta WINNER
Gente Valiente — Silvestre Dangond
Indestructible — Diego El Cigala
AMERICAN ROOTS MUSIC FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best American Roots Performance
Killer Diller Blues — Alabama Shakes WINNER
Let My Mother Live — Blind Boys Of Alabama
Arkansas Farmboy — Glen Campbell
Steer Your Way — Leonard Cohen
I Never Cared For You — Alison Krauss
Best American Roots Song
Cumberland Gap — David Rawlings
I Wish You Well — The Mavericks
If We Were Vampires — Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit WINNER
It Ain’t Over Yet — Rodney Crowell Featuring Rosanne Cash & John Paul White
My Only True Friend –Gregg Allman
Best Americana Album
Southern Blood — Gregg Allman
Shine On Rainy Day — Brent Cobb
Beast Epic — Iron & Wine
The Nashville Sound — Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit WINNER
Brand New Day — The Mavericks
Best Bluegrass Album
Fiddler’s Dream — Michael Cleveland
Laws Of Gravity — The Infamous Stringdusters WINNER (TIE)
Original — Bobby Osborne
Universal Favorite — Noam Pikelny
All The Rage – In Concert Volume One [Live] — Rhonda Vincent And The Rage WINNER (TIE
Best Traditional Blues Album
Migration Blues — Eric Bibb
Elvin Bishop’s Big Fun Trio — Elvin Bishop’s Big Fun Trio
Roll And Tumble — R.L. Boyce
Sonny & Brownie’s Last Train — Guy Davis & Fabrizio Poggi
Blue & Lonesome — The Rolling Stones WINNER
Best Contemporary Blues Album
Robert Cray & Hi Rhythm — Robert Cray & Hi Rhythm
Recorded Live In Lafayette — Sonny Landreth
TajMo — Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’ WINNER
Got Soul — Robert Randolph & The Family Band
Live From The Fox Oakland — Tedeschi Trucks Band
Best Folk Album
Mental Illness — Aimee Mann WINNER
Semper Femina — Laura Marling
The Queen Of Hearts — Offa Rex
You Don’t Own Me Anymore — The Secret Sisters
The Laughing Apple — Yusuf / Cat Stevens
Best Regional Roots Music Album
Top Of the Mountain — Dwayne Dopsie And The Zydeco Hellraisers
Ho’okena 3.0 — Ho’okena
Kalenda — Lost Bayou Ramblers WINNER
Miyo Kekisepa, Make A Stand [Live] — Northern Cree
Pua Kiele — Josh Tatofi
REGGAE FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Reggae Album
Chronology — Chronixx
Lost In Paradise — Common Kings
Wash House Ting — J Boog
Stony Hill — Damian Jr. Gong Marley WINNER
Avrakedabra — Morgan Heritage
WORLD MUSIC FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best World Music Album
Memoria De Los Sentidos — Vicente Amigo
Para Mi — Buika
Rosa Dos Ventos — Anat Cohen & Trio Brasileiro
Shaka Zulu Revisited 30th Anniversary Celebration — Ladysmith Black Mambazo WINNER
Elwan — Tinariwen
CHILDREN’S FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Children’s Album
Brighter Side — Gustafer Yellowgold
Feel What U Feel — Lisa Loeb WINNER
Lemonade — Justin Roberts
Rise Shine #Woke — Alphabet Rockers
Songs Of Peace & Love For Kids & Parents Around The World — Ladysmith Black Mambazo
SPOKEN WORD FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Storytelling)
Astrophysics For People In A Hurry — Neil Degrasse Tyson
Born To Run — Bruce Springsteen
Confessions Of A Serial Songwriter — Shelly Peiken
Our Revolution A Future to Believe In (Bernie Sanders) — Bernie Sanders And Mark Ruffalo
The Princess Diarist — Carrie Fisher WINNER
COMEDY FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Comedy Album
The Age Of Spin & Deep In The Heart Of Texas — Dave Chappelle WINNER
Cinco — Jim Gaffigan
Jerry Before Seinfeld — Jerry Seinfeld
A Speck Of Dust — Sarah Silverman
What Now? — Kevin Hart
MUSICAL THEATER FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Musical Theater Album
Come From Away — Ian Eisendrath, August Eriksmoen, David Hein, David Lai & Irene Sankoff, producers; David Hein & Irene Sankoff, composers/lyricists (Original Broadway Cast Recording)
Dear Evan Hansen — Ben Platt, principal soloist; Alex Lacamoire, Stacey Mindich, Benj Pasek & Justin Paul, producers; Benj Pasek & Justin Paul, composers/lyricists (Original Broadway Cast Recording) WINNER
Hello, Dolly! — Bette Midler, principal soloist; Steven Epstein, producer (Jerry Herman, composer & lyricist) (New Broadway Cast Recording)
MUSIC FOR VISUAL MEDIA FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media
Baby Driver — (Various Artists)
Guardians Of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Awesome Mix Vol. 2 — (Various Artists)
Hidden Figures The Album — (Various Artists)
La La Land — (Various Artists) WINNER
Moana The Songs — (Various Artists)
Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media
Arrival — Jóhann Jóhannsson, composer
Dunkirk — Hans Zimmer, composer
Game Of Thrones Season 7 — Ramin Djawadi, composer
Hidden Figures — Benjamin Wallfisch, Pharrell Williams & Hans Zimmer, composers
La La Land — Justin Hurwitz, composer WINNER
Best Song Written For Visual Media
City Of Stars — Justin Hurwitz, Benj Pasek & Justin Paul, songwriters (Ryan Gosling & Emma Stone)
How Far I’ll Go — Lin-Manuel Miranda, songwriter (Auli’i Cravalho) WINNER
I Don’t Wanna Live Forever (‘Fifty Shades Darker’) — Jack Antonoff, Sam Dew & Taylor Swift, songwriters (Zayn & Taylor Swift)
Never Give Up — Sia Furler & Greg Kurstin, songwriters (Sia)
Stand Up For Something — Common & Diane Warren, songwriters (Andra Day Featuring Common)
COMPOSING/ ARRANGING FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Instrumental Composition
Alkaline — Pascal Le Boeuf, composer (Le Boeuf Brothers & JACK Quartet)
Choros #3 — Vince Mendoza, composer (Vince Mendoza & WDR Big Band Cologne)
Home Free (For Peter Joe) — Nate Smith, composer (Nate Smith)
Three Revolutions — Arturo O’Farrill, composer (Arturo O’Farrill & Chucho Valdés) WINNER
Warped Cowboy — Chuck Owen, composer (Chuck Owen And The Jazz Surge)
Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella
All Hat, No Saddle — Chuck Owen, arranger (Chuck Owen And The Jazz Surge)
Escapades For Alto Saxophone And Orchestra From Catch Me If You Can — John Williams, arranger (John Williams) WINNER
Home Free (For Peter Joe) — Nate Smith, arranger (Nate Smith)
Ugly Beauty/Pannonica — John Beasley, arranger (John Beasley)
White Christmas — Chris Walden, arranger (Herb Alpert)
Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals
Another Day Of Sun — Justin Hurwitz, arranger (La La Land Cast)
Every Time We Say Goodbye — Jorge Calandrelli, arranger (Clint Holmes Featuring Jane Monheit)
I Like Myself — Joel McNeely, arranger (Seth MacFarlane)
I Loves You Porgy/There’s A Boat That’s Leavin’ Soon For New York — Shelly Berg, Gregg Field, Gordon Goodwin & Clint Holmes, arrangers (Clint Holmes Featuring Dee Dee Bridgewater And The Count Basie Orchestra)
Putin — Randy Newman, arranger (Randy Newman) WINNER
PACKAGE FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Recording Package
El Orisha De La Rosa — Claudio Roncoli & Cactus Taller, art directors (Magín Díaz) WINNER (TIE)
Mura Masa — Alex Crossan & Matt De Jong, art directors (Mura Masa)
Pure Comedy (Deluxe Edition) — Sasha Barr, Ed Steed & Josh Tillman, art directors (Father John Misty) WINNER (TIE)
Sleep Well Beast — Elyanna Blaser-Gould, Luke Hayman & Andrea Trabucco-Campos, art directors (The National)
Solid State — Gail Marowitz, art director (Jonathan Coulton)
Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package
Bobo Yeye Belle Epoque In Upper Volta — Tim Breen, art director (Various Artists)
Lovely Creatures The Best Of Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds (1984 – 2014) — Tom Hingston, art director (Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds)
May 1977 Get Shown The Light — Masaki Koike, art director (Grateful Dead)
The Voyager Golden Record 40th Anniversary Edition — Lawrence Azerrad, Timothy Daly & David Pescovitz, art directors (Various Artists) WINNER
Warfaring Strangers Acid Nightmares — Tim Breen, Benjamin Marra & Ken Shipley, art directors (Various Artists)
NOTES FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Album Notes
Arthur Q. Smith The Trouble With The Truth — Wayne Bledsoe & Bradley Reeves, album notes writers (Various Artists)
Big Bend Killing The Appalachian Ballad Tradition — Ted Olson, album notes writer (Various Artists)
The Complete Piano Works Of Scott Joplin — Bryan S. Wright, album notes writer (Richard Dowling)
Edouard-Léon Scott De Martinville, Inventor Of Sound Recording A Bicentennial Tribute — David Giovannoni, album notes writer (Various Artists)
Live At The Whisky A Go Go The Complete Recordings — Lynell George, album notes writer (Otis Redding) WINNER
Washington Phillips And His Manzarene Dreams — Michael Corcoran, album notes writer (Washington Phillips)
HISTORICAL FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Historical Album
Bobo Yeye Belle Epoque In Upper Volta — Jon Kirby, Florent Mazzoleni, Rob Sevier & Ken Shipley, compilation producers; Jeff Lipton & Maria Rice, mastering engineers (Various Artists)
The Goldberg Variations – The Complete Unreleased Recording Sessions June 1955 — Robert Russ, compilation producer; Matthias Erb, Martin Kistner & Andreas K. Meyer, mastering engineers (Glenn Gould)
Leonard Bernstein – The Composer — Robert Russ, compilation producer; Martin Kistner & Andreas K. Meyer, mastering engineers (Leonard Bernstein)
Sweet As Broken Dates Lost Somali Tapes From The Horn Of Africa — Nicolas Sheikholeslami & Vik Sohonie, compilation producers; Michael Graves, mastering engineer (Various Artists)
Washington Phillips And His Manzarene Dreams — Michael Corcoran, April G. Ledbetter & Steven Lance Ledbetter, compilation producers; Michael Graves, mastering engineer (Washington Phillips)
PRODUCTION, NON-CLASSICAL FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical
Every Where Is Some Where — Brent Arrowood, Miles Comaskey, JT Daly, Tommy English, Kristine Flaherty, Adam Hawkins, Chad Howat & Tony Maserati, engineers; Joe LaPorta, mastering engineer (K.Flay)
Is This The Life We Really Want? — Nigel Godrich, Sam Petts-Davies & Darrell Thorp, engineers; Bob Ludwig, mastering engineer (Roger Waters)
Natural Conclusion — Ryan Freeland, engineer; Joao Carvalho, mastering engineer (Rose Cousins)
No Shape — Shawn Everett & Joseph Lorge, engineers; Patricia Sullivan, mastering engineer (Perfume Genius)
24K Magic — Serban Ghenea, John Hanes & Charles Moniz, engineers; Tom Coyne, mastering engineer (Bruno Mars) WINNER
Producer Of the Year, Non-Classical
Greg Kurstin WINNER
Best Remixed Recording
Can’t Let You Go (Louie Vega Roots Mix) — Louie Vega, remixer (Loleatta Holloway)
Funk O’ De Funk (SMLE Remix) — SMLE, remixers (Bobby Rush)
Undercover (Adventure Club Remix) — Leighton James & Christian Srigley, remixers (Kehlani)
A Violent Noise (Four Tet Remix) — Four Tet, remixer (The xx)
You Move (Latroit Remix) — Dennis White, remixer (Depeche Mode) WINNER
SURROUND SOUND FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Surround Sound Album
Early Americans — Jim Anderson, surround mix engineer; Darcy Proper, surround mastering engineer; Jim Anderson & Jane Ira Bloom, surround producers (Jane Ira Bloom) WINNER
Kleiberg Mass For Modern Man — Morten Lindberg, surround mix engineer; Morten Lindberg, surround mastering engineer; Morten Lindberg, surround producer (Eivind Gullberg Jensen & Trondheim Symphony Orchestra And Choir)
So Is My Love — Morten Lindberg, surround mix engineer; Morten Lindberg, surround mastering engineer; Morten Lindberg, surround producer (Nina T. Karlsen & Ensemble 96)
3-D The Catalogue — Fritz Hilpert, surround mix engineer; Tom Ammermann, surround mastering engineer; Fritz Hilpert, surround producer (Kraftwerk)
Tyberg Masses — Jesse Brayman, surround mix engineer; Jesse Brayman, surround mastering engineer; Blanton Alspaugh, surround producer (Brian A. Schmidt, Christopher Jacobson & South Dakota Chorale)
PRODUCTION, CLASSICAL FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Engineered Album, Classical
Danielpour Songs Of Solitude & War Songs — Gary Call, engineer (Thomas Hampson, Giancarlo Guerrero & Nashville Symphony)
Kleiberg Mass For Modern Man — Morten Lindberg, engineer (Eivind Gullberg Jensen, Trondheim Vokalensemble & Trondheim Symphony Orchestra)
Schoenberg, Adam American Symphony; Finding Rothko; Picture Studies — Keith O. Johnson & Sean Royce Martin, engineers (Michael Stern & Kansas City Symphony)
Shostakovich Symphony No. 5; Barber Adagio — Mark Donahue, engineer (Manfred Honeck & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra) WINNER
Tyberg Masses — John Newton, engineer; Jesse Brayman, mastering engineer (Brian A. Schmidt, Christopher Jacobson & South Dakota Chorale)
Producer Of the Year, Classical
David Frost WINNER
CLASSICAL FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Orchestral Performance
Concertos For Orchestra — Louis Langrée, conductor (Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra)
Copland Symphony No. 3; Three Latin American Sketches — Leonard Slatkin, conductor (Detroit Symphony Orchestra)
Debussy Images; Jeux & La Plus Que Lente — Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor (San Francisco Symphony)
Mahler Symphony No. 5 — Osmo Vänskä, conductor (Minnesota Orchestra)
Shostakovich Symphony No. 5; Barber Adagio — Manfred Honeck, conductor (Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra) WINNER
Best Opera Recording
Berg Lulu — Lothar Koenigs, conductor; Daniel Brenna, Marlis Petersen & Johan Reuter; Jay David Saks, producer (The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra)
Berg Wozzeck — Hans Graf, conductor; Anne Schwanewilms & Roman Trekel; Hans Graf, producer (Houston Symphony; Chorus Of Students And Alumni, Shepherd School Of Music, Rice University & Houston Grand Opera Children’s Chorus) WINNER
Bizet Les Pêcheurs De Perles — Gianandrea Noseda, conductor; Diana Damrau, Mariusz Kwiecień, Matthew Polenzani & Nicolas Testé; Jay David Saks, producer (The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra; The Metropolitan Opera Chorus)
Handel Ottone — George Petrou, conductor; Max Emanuel Cencic & Lauren Snouffer; Jacob Händel, producer (Il Pomo D’Oro)
Rimsky-Korsakov The Golden Cockerel — Valery Gergiev, conductor; Vladimir Feliauer, Aida Garifullina & Kira Loginova; Ilya Petrov, producer (Mariinsky Orchestra; Mariinsky Chorus)
Best Choral Performance
Bryars The Fifth Century — Donald Nally, conductor (PRISM Quartet; The Crossing) WINNER
Handel Messiah — Andrew Davis, conductor; Noel Edison, chorus master (Elizabeth DeShong, John Relyea, Andrew Staples & Erin Wall; Toronto Symphony Orchestra; Toronto Mendelssohn Choir)
Mansurian Requiem — Alexander Liebreich, conductor; Florian Helgath, chorus master (Anja Petersen & Andrew Redmond; Münchener Kammerorchester; RIAS Kammerchor)
Music Of the Spheres — Nigel Short, conductor (Tenebrae)
Tyberg Masses — Brian A. Schmidt, conductor (Christopher Jacobson; South Dakota Chorale)
Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance
Buxtehude Trio Sonatas, Op. 1 — Arcangelo
Death & The Maiden — Patricia Kopatchinskaja & The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra WINNER
Divine Theatre – Sacred Motets By Giaches De Wert — Stile Antico
Franck, Kurtág, Previn & Schumann — Joyce Yang & Augustin Hadelich
Martha Argerich & Friends – Live From Lugano 2016 — Martha Argerich & Various Artists
Best Classical Instrumental Solo
Bach The French Suites — Murray Perahia
Haydn Cello Concertos — Steven Isserlis; Florian Donderer, conductor (The Deutsch Kammerphilharmonie Bremen)
Levina The Piano Concertos — Maria Lettberg; Ariane Matiakh, conductor (Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin)
Shostakovich Violin Concertos Nos. 1 & 2 — Frank Peter Zimmermann; Alan Gilbert, conductor (NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester)
Transcendental — Daniil Trifonov WINNER
Best Classical Solo Vocal Album
Bach & Telemann Sacred Cantatas — Philippe Jaroussky; Petra Müllejans, conductor (Ann-Kathrin Brüggemann & Juan de la Rubia; Freiburger Barockorchester)
Crazy Girl Crazy – Music By Gershwin, Berg & Berio — Barbara Hannigan (Orchestra Ludwig) WINNER
Gods & Monsters — Nicholas Phan; Myra Huang, accompanist
In War & Peace – Harmony Through Music — Joyce DiDonato; Maxim Emelyanychev, conductor (Il Pomo D’Oro)
Sviridov Russia Cast Adrift — Dmitri Hvorostovsky; Constantine Orbelian, conductor (St. Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra & Style Of Five Ensemble)
Best Classical Compendium
Barbara — Alexandre Tharaud; Cécile Lenoir, producer
Higdon All Things Majestic, Viola Concerto & Oboe Concerto — Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor; Tim Handley, producer WINNER
Kurtág Complete Works For Ensemble & Choir — Reinbert de Leeuw, conductor; Guido Tichelman, producer
Les Routes De L’Esclavage — Jordi Savall, conductor; Benjamin Bleton, producer
Mademoiselle Première Audience – Unknown Music Of Nadia Boulanger — Lucy Mauro; Lucy Mauro, producer
Best Contemporary Classical Composition
Danielpour Songs Of Solitude — Richard Danielpour, composer (Thomas Hampson, Giancarlo Guerrero & Nashville Symphony)
Higdon Viola Concerto — Jennifer Higdon, composer (Roberto Díaz, Giancarlo Guerrero & Nashville Symphony) WINNER
Mansurian Requiem — Tigran Mansurian, composer (Alexander Liebreich, Florian Helgath, RIAS Kammerchor & Münchener Kammerorchester)
Schoenberg, Adam Picture Studies — Adam Schoenberg, composer (Michael Stern & Kansas City Symphony)
Zhou Tian Concerto For Orchestra — Zhou Tian, composer (Louis Langrée & Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra)
MUSIC VIDEO/FILM FIELD Grammys 2018 Winners
Best Music Video
Up All Night — Beck
Makeba — Jain
The Story Of O.J. — Jay-Z
Humble. — Kendrick Lamar WINNER
1-800-273-8255 — Logic Featuring Alessia Cara & Khalid
Best Music Film
One More Time With Feeling — Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Long Strange Trip — (The Grateful Dead)
The Defiant Ones — (Various Artists) WINNER
Soundbreaking — (Various Artists)
Olivia Wilde is known for her role as Dr. Remy “Thirteen” Hadley on the medical-drama television series House (2007–2012), also in the films Alpha Dog (2007), Tron: Legacy (2010), Cowboys & Aliens (2011), Butter (2011), People Like Us (2012), Drinking Buddies (2013), The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013), Her (2013), Rush (2013), The Lazarus Effect (2015), Love the Coopers (2015), and Meadowland (2015).
Years active 2003–present
Home town Washington, D.C., U.S.
Sun Sign Pisces
Age: 34 years and 6 months
Height 5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
Hair Color Dyed Brown
Eye Color Blue
Measurements 33-27-32 in or 84-68.5-81 cm
Bra Size 32B
American but citizenship of Irish-American, i.e. she has citizenship of both Ireland and America
Olivia Wilde attended Georgetown Day School in Washington, D.C., as well as Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, graduating in 2002. She also studied acting in Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland.
She is signed with
William Morris Endeavor
Father – Andrew Cockburn (Journalist)
Mother – Leslie Cockburn (née Redlich) (Producer and Journalist)
Siblings – Chloe Frances Cockburn (Older Sister) (Civil Rights Attorney), Charlie Philip Cockburn (Younger Brother)
Others – Alexander Cockburn (Uncle) (Journalist), Patrick Cockburn (Uncle) (Journalist), Sarah Caudwell (Aunt) (Writer), Stephanie Flanders (Half-Cousin) (Journalist), Claud Cockburn (Paternal Grandfather) (Novelist and Journalist)
She has appeared in a print ad for Escada Desire Me in 2009.
From 2012 to 2013, she was seen in Revlon’s various beauty products ads (both print and TV) such as eyeshadow, mascara, etc.
Wilde was born in New York City and grew up in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, DC. She spent her summers in Ardmore, County Waterford, a small seaside resort and fishing village in Ireland. For a short time, Wilde’s family also had a house in Guilford, Vermont. Her mother, Leslie Cockburn (née Leslie Corkill Redlich), is an American-born 60 Minutes producer and journalist. Her father, Andrew Cockburn, is also a journalist who was born in London to an upper-class British family and was raised in Ireland. Wilde has an older sister, Chloe Cockburn, a civil rights attorney in New York City, and a younger brother, Charlie.
Wilde has said that as a result of her parents’ occupations, she has a “strong journalistic streak” and is “really critical and analytical.” Wilde’s uncles, Alexander and Patrick Cockburn, also worked as journalists; her aunt, Sarah Caudwell, was a writer; her half-cousin, Stephanie Flanders, is a journalist; and her paternal grandfather, Claud Cockburn, was a novelist and journalist. She also had writer Christopher Hitchens as a babysitter. Wilde’s ancestry includes English, Irish, German, Manx, and Scottish; she is also of 1/64th Sephardi Jewish descent through her ancestor, Ralph Bernal (1783–1854), a British Whig politician and actor.
Her parents were prominent in the Washington, D.C. social scene, hosting dinner parties. Her mother once recounted a story of a four-year-old Wilde eavesdropping one night on a conversation between diplomat Richard Holbrooke and rock singer of the Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, until Jagger noticed her and shooed her to bed. She attended private school at Georgetown Day School in Washington, D.C., as well as, boarding school at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, graduating in 2002. She derived her stage name from Irish author Oscar Wilde. She changed her surname while in high school, to honor the writers in her family, many of whom used pen names. Wilde was accepted to Bard College, but deferred her enrollment three times in order to pursue acting. She then studied at the Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland.
Wilde’s paternal Scottish ancestors were upper-class and lived in several places at the height of the British Empire, including Peking (where her paternal grandfather was born), Kolkata, Mumbai, Cairo, and Tasmania; one of her paternal great-great-grandfathers, Henry Arthur Blake, was Governor of Hong Kong. Her other paternal ancestors include abolitionist and Anglican minister James Ramsay; politician George Arbuthnot; lawyer, judge, and literary figure Henry Cockburn, Lord Cockburn; Lord Provost of Edinburgh Sir William Arbuthnot; and Sir Thomas Osborne.
2003-2007: Career beginnings
Wilde appeared as “Jewel Goldman” on the short-lived FOX television series, Skin (2003-2004). She became known for her recurring role as Alex Kelly on the teen-drama television series, The O.C. (2004–2005). She was in the films, The Girl Next Door (2004), Conversations with Other Women (2005), Bickford Shmeckler’s Cool Ideas (2006), Turistas (2006) and Alpha Dog (2006). In 2007, she appeared in the off-Broadway theatre production of Beauty on the Vine, a political thriller, playing three different characters. She was also in The Death and Life of Bobby Z (2007) and the short-lived NBC drama television series, The Black Donnellys (2007).
2007-2012: House, films and directing debut
In September 2007, Wilde joined the cast of the FOX medical-drama television series, House. She played the character of Dr. Remy “Thirteen” Hadley, a secretive and bisexual young internist with Huntington’s disease, who was handpicked by House out of a number of applicants to join his medical team. Her first appearance was in the episode, “The Right Stuff.”
Wilde appeared in the comedy film Year One (2009) as Princess Inanna, alongside Jack Black and Michael Cera. She starred in Disney’s Tron: Legacy (2010) as Quorra, the trusted friend and protector of Kevin Flynn played by Jeff Bridges.
In August 2011, it was announced Wilde would be leaving House to further pursue her film career; she left a few months later, in the episode “Charity Case.” Wilde starred in Cowboys & Aliens (2011) as Ella Swensen, who works with Jake Lonergan (Daniel Craig) and Woodrow Dolarhyde (Harrison Ford) to save the Earth from evil aliens, and also starred alongside Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman in the comedy The Change-Up (2011). She was also in the films, In Time (2011), On the Inside (2011) and Butter (2011).
Wilde made her directing and screenwriting debut with the film Free Hugs (2011) for Glamour Magazine’s short film series, which was screened at various festivals.
In 2011, Wilde became a global brand ambassador for the cosmetic company, Revlon, and was featured in commercials.
In May 2012, Wilde’s character, Dr. Remy “Thirteen” Hadley, returned for the series finale of House for two episodes, “Holding On” and “Everybody Dies.”
She starred alongside Chris Pine in the film People Like Us (2012), Third Person (2012), The Words (2012) and as Liza in Deadfall (2012), a thriller about two siblings who decide to fend for themselves in the wake of a botched casino heist, and their unlikely reunion during another family’s Thanksgiving celebration. She had a supporting role as a blind date in the Spike Jonze drama/romance/sci-fi film Her (2012).
2013-2016: Mainstream career
She starred in and executive produced Drinking Buddies (2013), which co-starred Jake Johnson and Anna Kendrick. She had a supporting role as Jane, a magician’s assistant, in The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013). She also played Suzy Miller in the biographical drama Rush (2013), about James Hunt and Niki Lauda. In 2013, Wilde wrote an article called the, “Do’s and Don’ts of Turning 30,” which was published in Glamour Magazine.
Wilde starred as Elizabeth Roberts, a trophy-wife customer who enters a straight-laced pharmacists’s life and takes him on a joyride involving sex, drugs and possibly murder in Better Living Through Chemistry (2014). She starred as Beatrice Fairbanks in The Longest Week (2014), alongside Jason Bateman and Billy Crudup, as the middle of a love triangle between an affluent drifter and his best friend.
In 2015, she was the brand ambassador of H&M’s Conscious Exclusive campaign.
She starred in the thriller The Lazarus Effect (2015) as Zoe, a medical researcher who is accidentally killed, then revived with a miraculous serum with unfortunate side-effects. Wilde also starred in and produced the drama Meadowland (2015), directed by Reed Morano from a script by Chris Rossi. The film premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York on April 17, 2015. She played Eleanor in Love the Coopers (2015).
In 2016, Wilde directed a music video for Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, teaming up with DP, Reed Morano. She then worked with American rock band, Red Hot Chili Peppers, directing the music video for their song “Dark Necessities” for their album The Getaway. Wilde starred as Devon Finestra in HBO’s rock ‘n’ roll drama television series, Vinyl (2016).
Her brand ambassador partnership with Revlon ended in 2016.
2017-present: Broadway debut and upcoming films
In 2017, Wilde made her Broadway debut playing Julia in 1984. It opened at the Hudson Theatre in New York City on June 22 (previews beginning May 18) for a limited run until October 8, 2017.
In May 2017, Wilde became chief brand activist of True Botanicals, a cosmetics & skin care company, which sells nontoxic products.
She is starring in films that are currently in post-production, Life Itself (2018) and A Vigilante (2018)
Inspired by her parents, who are award-winning journalists and documentary filmmakers, Wilde has served as executive producer on several documentary short films, such as, Sun City Picture House (2010), which is about a community in Haiti that rallies to build a movie theater after the disastrous 2010 earthquake and Baseball in the Time of Cholera (2012), which explored the cholera epidemic in Haiti.
In 2012, Wilde was featured in PBS docu-series Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, which was inspired by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn’s book of the same name. The docu-series follows Wilde as she learns of the struggles women face in Nairobi, Kenya.
She executive produced more documentary short films, The Rider and the Storm (2013), about Timmy Brennan, a New York iron worker from Breezy Point, Queens who lost everything he owned when Hurricane Sandy hit and Body Team 12 (2015), which follows the team tasked with collecting the dead at the height of the Ebola outbreak. The film went on to win Best Documentary Short at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival and is nominated for the Documentary Short Subject category at the 88th Academy Awards.
Her most recent documentary short, Fear Us Women (2017), follows Canadian civilian, Hanna Bohman, who has spent the last three years in Syria as a volunteer soldier battling ISIS. As a member of the YPJ, an all-female Kurdish army, Hanna gives an inside look at the brave women fighting for liberation in one of the world’s most dangerous countries.
In 2008, Wilde campaigned with actors Justin Long and her then-current House castmate Kal Penn in support for the Democratic Presidential nominee Barack Obama. Wilde was a supporter of the youth voter organization, 18 in ’08. She serves on their advisory council and appeared in a public service announcement that debuted June 30, 2008 which encouraged youth to vote at the 2008 election.
She appeared in the MoveOn.org mock-PSA “supporting” the rights of the healthcare insurance industry.
Wilde was praised by the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, a farmworkers’ union, for supporting the Fair Foods campaign.
In 2013, she appeared in a video clip for Gucci’s “Chime for Change” campaign that aims to raise awareness and funds of women’s issues in terms of education, health, and justice.
Wilde is one of the Board of Directors at Artists for Peace and Justice, which provides education and health services in Haiti, and the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California.
Wilde is a celebrity influencer/activist for RYOT, a Los Angeles-based media company.
On June 30, 2015, she introduced Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a campaign event in New York City.
Wilde starred in a PSA released on March 21, 2016 for World Down Syndrome Day where she stars alongside 19-year-old AnnaRose from New Jersey who has Down Syndrome.
She is an advocate for feminism. She participated in the 2017 Women’s March in Washington, D.C. and the 2018 Women’s March in Los Angeles, California.
She derived her stage name from Irish author Oscar Wilde. She changed her surname while in high school, to honor the writers in her family, many of whom used pen names. She considered herself a pescetarian in 2011, although she has also claimed to be both vegan and vegetarian at different times in her life. She was voted PETA’s Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity of 2010.
Wilde holds dual citizenship with Ireland and the United States.
On June 7, 2003, when she was 19 years old, Wilde married Tao Ruspoli, an Italian filmmaker and musician, whose family owns a famed palazzo in Italy, at a ceremony in Washington, Virginia. They were married on a school bus with only a pair of witnesses. She later said the marriage occurred in an abandoned school bus because it was the only place where they could be completely alone, as the marriage was a secret at the time. On February 8, 2011, she and Ruspoli announced that they were separating. Wilde filed for divorce in Los Angeles County Superior Court on March 3, 2011, citing “irreconcilable differences”. The divorce was finalized on September 29, 2011. Wilde did not seek spousal support, and the pair reached a private agreement on property division.
Wilde began dating actor, comedian, and screenwriter Jason Sudeikis in November 2011. They became engaged in January 2013. The couple have two children: son Otis Alexander Sudeikis (born April 20, 2014) and daughter Daisy Josephine Sudeikis (born October 11, 2016).
Film Year Title Role Notes
2004 The Girl Next Door Kellie
2005 Conversations with Other Women Bridesmaid
2006 Alpha Dog Angela Holden
Bickford Shmeckler’s Cool Ideas Sarah Witt
2007 The Death and Life of Bobby Z Elizabeth
2008 Fix Bella
2009 Year One Princess Inanna
The Ballad of G.I. Joe Baroness Video short
2010 Weird: The Al Yankovic Story Madonna Video short
The Next Three Days Nicole
Tron: Legacy Quorra
2011 Free Hugs Head Hooper Short film; also director and writer
Cowboys & Aliens Ella Swenson
The Change-Up Sabrina McKay
Butter Brooke Swinkowski
In Time Rachel Salas
On the Inside Mia Conlon
2012 Deadfall Liza
People Like Us Hannah
The Words Daniella
2013 The Incredible Burt Wonderstone Jane
Drinking Buddies Kate Also executive producer
Rush Suzy Miller
Her Blind Date
Third Person Anna Barr
2014 Better Living Through Chemistry Elizabeth Roberts
The Longest Week Beatrice Fairbanks
2015 The Lazarus Effect Zoe McConnell
Unity Narrator Documentary
Meadowland Sarah Also executive producer
Love the Coopers Eleanor Cooper
2016 Black Dog, Red Dog Sunshine Post-production
2018 A Vigilante Sadie Post-production
2018 Life Itself Post-production
Television Year Title Role Notes
2003 Skin Jewel Goldman 6 episodes
2004–2005 The O.C. Alex Kelly 13 episodes
2007 The Black Donnellys Jenny Reilly 14 episodes
2007–2012 House Dr. Remy “Thirteen” Hadley 81 episodes
2012 Tron: Uprising Quorra (voice) Episode: “Isolated”
Half the Sky Herself Documentary
Robot Chicken Various voices Episode: “Crushed by a Steamroller on My 53rd Birthday”
2013 The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange Rainbow Fairy (voice) Episode: “Bats All, Fruits”
2014 American Dad! Denise (voice) Episode: “Introducing The Naughty Stewardesses”
2014–2015 Portlandia Brit 3 episodes
BoJack Horseman Charlotte (voice) 4 episodes
2015 Doll & Em Olivia 5 episodes
2016 Vinyl Devon Finestra 8 episodes
2017 Son of Zorn Radiana (voice) Episode: “Radioactive Ex-Girlfriend”
Theatre Year Title Role Notes
2007 Beauty On The Vine Lauren Chickering Theatre Row
2017 1984 Julia Hudson Theatre
Music videos Year Title Artist Notes
2006 “So Far We Are” French Kicks
2007 “Stolen” Dashboard Confessional
2010 “Derezzed” Daft Punk
2013 “City of Angels” Thirty Seconds to Mars
2016 “No Love Like Yours” Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Director
“Dark Necessities” Red Hot Chili Peppers Director
Year Title Voice role
Video games 2010 Tron: Evolution Quorra
Tron Evolution: Battle Grids Quorra
2006 The Comedy Festival Best Actress Bickford Shmeckler’s Cool Ideas
2008 Vail Film Festival Rising Star Award Bickford Shmeckler’s Cool Ideas
2008 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Breakout Star Female House
Best Known For
Her cat like blue eyes, exotic face format and her appearance in TV Series in House M.D. for her role as ‘Dr. Remy “Thirteen” Hadley’ from 2007-2012.
Her actual first film was Meeting Magdalene for her role as Magdalene. But it was a short film in 1995. Her first famous Hollywood debut is ‘The Girl Next Door’ for her role as Kellie in 2004.
Olivia Wilde Favorite Things
Favorite Food – Pizza
Favorite TV Programs – Glee
Favorite Music Style – Hip-Hop, Funk, Reggae
Favorite Actor– George Clooney
Favorite Actress – Angelina Jolie
Favorite Color – Pink
Olivia Wilde Facts
Olivia Wilde wanted to be an actress from age 2.
Olivia has 2 pet dogs named Lola and Paco.
Besides acting, Olivia has been involved with several charity and aid organizations such as ACLU and Doctors Without Borders.
Once when she was in Australia, she won a pancake eating contest.
She is a vegan.
Olivia Wilde was voted PETA’s Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity in 2010.
Olivia Wilde was chosen no. 5 in Maxim’s Hot 100 list in 2012.
She adopted her professional name “Wilde” after she developed a profound respect and admiration for Irish poet and writer Oscar Wilde and his body of literature.
She was voted no. 23 in Askmen’s top 99 Most Desirable Women of 2012.
Olivia is the co-founder of Conscious Commerce (consciousco.co).
Olivia Munn is Best Known For Working as a model with famous brands and gracing several magazine covers. She has also been included in the “Hot 100 Women” lists of many men’s magazine. Olivia Munn was credited as Lisa Munn in her early career but, since 2006, she has used the name Olivia Munn.
Felicity Jones is best Known For Playing Nelly Ternan in the biographical drama film The Invisible Woman (2013), Felicia Hardy in the superhero film The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), Jane Wilde Hawking in the biographical romantic drama film The Theory of Everything (2014).
Dakota Johnson is the daughter of actors Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson. She had her screen debut alongside her mother in the comedy-drama Crazy in Alabama (1999) and was named Miss Golden Globe in 2006. Following high school graduation, she returned to acting with roles in the films The Social Network (2010), Beastly (2011), 21 Jump Street (2012), Need for Speed (2014) and the short-lived TV comedy Ben and Kate (2012–2013).
Years active 1999; 2010–present
Age: 28 years and 11 months
Sun Sign Libra
Height 5 ft 7½ in or 171 cm
Measurements 34-24-34 in or 86-61-86 cm
Eye Color Blue
She is naturally a brunette (Brown colored hair). But, she sometimes dyes her hair blonde depending upon film and TV roles.
Johnson went to Aspen Community School in Aspen, Colorado. Subsequently, she was enrolled at Santa Catalina School in Monterey, California for her freshman year.
Later, she entered New Roads School in Santa Monica, California.
Father – Don Johnson (Actor)
Mother – Melanie Griffith (Actress)
Siblings – Alexander Bauer (Half-Brother), Deacon Johnson (b. 2006) (Younger Half-Brother), Jasper (b. 2002) (Younger Half-Brother), Jesse Wayne Johnson (b. December 7, 1982) (Older Half-Brother), Stella del Carmen Banderas Griffith (b. September 24, 1996) (Younger Half-Sister), Grace (b. 1999) (Younger Half-Sister)
Others – Antonio Banderas (Stepfather) (Spanish Film actor, producer, director, and singer), Kelley Phleger (Stepmother)
In 2009, she modeled for MANGO brand’s jeans line.
In 2011, Dakota appeared in the “Rising Star” campaign for Australian fashion house Wish.
Best Known For
Playing Amelia Ritter in The Social Network (2010), as Fugazy in 21 Jump Street (2012), as Anita in the Need for Speed (2014), as Anastasia Steele in the Fifty Shades of Grey (2015).
Dakota played the role as Sondra in the 1999 comedy-drama film Crazy in Alabama.
First TV Show
She played the role as Kate Fox in Fox’s single-camera situation comedy television series Ben and Kate. The actress was a part of the main cast in all the 16 episodes of the series.
For the 2015 film Fifty Shades of Grey, she started hitting the gym regularly. Before that, she was not consistent. There are scenes in the film, where she is meagerly dressed. So, to look good n*ked, she is spending a lot of time in the gym.
She also sips cold-pressed raw juice during the daytime.
Now, she feels awesome working out and even hits the gym during her off time with her boyfriend Jordan Masterson.
Dakota Johnson in Calvin Klein
She received international recognition in 2015 after landing the lead role of Anastasia Steele in the romantic drama Fifty Shades of Grey, which catapulted her to fame and earned her the People’s Choice Award for Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress and a BAFTA Rising Star Award nomination. The same year, she took part in Black Mass and A Bigger Splash. She also starred in the romantic comedy How to Be Single (2016), and reprised her role as Anastasia Steele in Fifty Shades Darker (2017) and the upcoming Fifty Shades Freed (2018).
Dakota Mayi Johnson was born on October 4, 1989, in Austin, Texas, to actors Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson. Her maternal grandparents are advertising executive and former child actor Peter Griffith and actress Tippi Hedren, and she is the half-niece of actress Tracy Griffith and production designer Clay A. Griffin. Her former stepfather is actor Antonio Banderas. She has six half-siblings; four on her father’s side, including actor Jesse Johnson, and two on her mother’s side.
Johnson attended Aspen Community School in Aspen, Colorado. She later attended the Santa Catalina School in Monterey, California, for her freshman year of high school before transferring to New Roads School in Santa Monica, California. She was an avid dancer as a child. She became interested in modeling at age 12 after a photo shoot with children of other celebrities for Teen Vogue.
In 1999, Johnson made her film debut in Crazy in Alabama where she and her half-sister, Stella Banderas, played daughters to their real-life mother, Melanie Griffith. The film was directed by her then-stepfather, Antonio Banderas. In 2006, she was chosen as Miss Golden Globe 2006, where she served as the first second-generation Miss Golden Globe in the Globes’ history.
Once Johnson graduated from high school, she signed with the William Morris Agency and started her acting career. She appeared in the critically acclaimed box office hit The Social Network which was directed by David Fincher. She has also appeared in Beastly,Ezna Sands’ film Chloe and Theo, and So Yong Kim’s film For Ellen. In 2012, she had roles in Christopher Neil’s film Goats, with David Duchovny; Nicholas Stoller’s film The Five-Year Engagement for producer Judd Apatow, and the film 21 Jump Street. She also played the female lead in Chris Nelson’s film Date and Switch written by Alan Yang.
In March 2012, Johnson was cast as Kate in the Fox comedy series Ben and Kate, marking her television debut. The show was cancelled on January 25, 2013 after one season. Johnson quickly resumed her film career, and appeared in Need for Speed (2014). She also has been cast in the modern-day film adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Cymbeline.
In 2013, she had a role as one of the new hires on the “Finale” episode of The Office. Johnson played Anastasia “Ana” Steele in Fifty Shades of Grey, which was released in February 2015. Johnson won the role over Lucy Hale, Felicity Jones, Elizabeth Olsen, Danielle Panabaker and Shailene Woodley. On February 15, 2015, Johnson appeared on Saturday Night Live’s 40th anniversary special and hosted SNL on February 28, 2015, making her the second daughter of a former SNL host (after Gwyneth Paltrow, whose mother Blythe Danner hosted during the show’s seventh season in 1982) to host herself. Also in 2015, she reunited with her 21 Jump Street cast member Johnny Depp, playing the mother of his character’s child in the feature film Black Mass.
In 2015, Johnson starred in Luca Guadagnino’s thriller A Bigger Splash, opposite Tilda Swinton, Matthias Schoenaerts and Ralph Fiennes. She also played a lead in the 2016 comedy How to Be Single, with Leslie Mann and her Date and Switch costar Nicholas Braun.
Johnson mentioned in the Autumm/Winter 2015 issue of AnOther Magazine, that she is already deep in ballet training to prepare for Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Suspiria. She will star with Schnoenaerts again in The Sound of Metal, where she plays a singer, and he plays a drummer who begins to lose his hearing. She was set reunite with both her The Social Network producer Michael De Luca and costar Andrew Garfield for the crime thriller Under the Silver Lake but had to drop out and Riley Keough took the role. She will also star in and executive produce two films under her Silhouette Productions: Forever, Interrupted, where she will play a young widow, and Unfit, where she will play Carrie Buck in a fact-based 1920s courtroom drama. She has also signed on to work on the independent feature film The Peanut Butter Falcon with Bruce Dern and Shia LaBeouf and Bad Times at the El Royale with Chris Hemsworth and Oscar Winners Russell Crowe and Jeff Bridges for writer-director Drew Goddard.
In 2006, Johnson signed with IMG Models. Though acting is her primary work, she has since modeled for MANGO brand’s jeans line in 2009 and shot the “Rising Star” campaign for Australian fashion label Wish in 2011.
In answer to the questions regarding her stance on gender rights with respect to her role in Fifty Shades, Johnson stated: “I’m proud of [the movie]. I completely disagree with people who think Ana’s weak. I think she’s actually stronger than he is. Everything she does is her choice. And if I can be an advocate for women to do what they want to do with their bodies and not be ashamed of what they want, then I’m all for that.”
Year Title Role Notes
1999 Crazy in Alabama Sondra
2010 The Social Network Amelia Ritter
2010 All That Glitters Dianica French Short film
2011 Beastly Sloan Hagen
2012 For Ellen Cindy Taylor
2012 Goats Minnie
2012 21 Jump Street Fugazy
2012 The Five-Year Engagement Audrey
2012 Transit Elizabeth Short film
2014 Date and Switch Em
2014 Need for Speed Anita Coleman
2014 Closed Set Leading Lady Short film
2015 Fifty Shades of Grey Anastasia Steele
2015 Cymbeline Imogen
2015 Chloe and Theo Chloe
2015 Black Mass Lindsey Cyr
2015 A Bigger Splash Penelope Lannier
2015 In a Relationship Willa Short film
2015 Vale Rachel Short film
2016 How to Be Single Alice Kepley
2017 Fifty Shades Darker Anastasia Steele
2018 Suspiria Susie Bannion Post-production
2018 Fifty Shades Freed Anastasia Steele-Grey Post-production
2018 The Peanut Butter Falcon Eleanor Post-production
Year Title Role Notes
2012–13 Ben and Kate Kate Fox Main role; 16 episodes
2013 The Office Dakota Episode: “Finale”
2015 Saturday Night Live Host Episode: Dakota Johnson/”Alabama Shakes”
Dakota Johnson Facts
Johnson was named Miss Golden Globe 2006.
At 12, she had a photoshoot for Teen Vogue with some other children of her age. This sparked interest in her to pursue modeling.
As a child, Dakota was an avid dancer.
Johnson has six half-siblings – four on her dad’s side and two on her mom’s side.
She has a dog named Zeppelin.
She is good friends with Riley Keough.
She made her big screen debut at the age of 10.
Hayden Panettiere is best known for her roles as cheerleader Claire Bennet on the NBC sci-fi series Heroes (2006–10) and as Juliette Barnes in the ABC/CMT musical-drama series Nashville (2012–present).
Years active 1993–present
Age: 29 years and 1 months
Nick Name Hayd, Hayden P, Mushroom
Sun Sign Leo
Height: 5 ft 1 in or 155 cm.
Hair Color Blonde
Eye Color Green
Measurements 34-27-34 in or 86-68.5-86 cm
Bra Size 32B
A native of New York, she first appeared in a commercial at the age of 11 months, but a full-time acting career began by playing Sarah Roberts on One Life to Live (1994–97), and Lizzie Spaulding on Guiding Light (1996–2000), then starring at age 10 as Sheryl Yoast in the Disney feature film Remember the Titans. Other notable roles include her portrayal of the title character in the true crime drama Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy and Kirby Reed in the slasher film Scream 4. She received two nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film, for her work on Nashville in 2012 and 2013.
Father – Alan Lee “Skip” Panettiere (Fire Department Lieutenant)
Mother – Lesley R. Vogel (Former soap opera actress)
Siblings – Jansen Panettiere (Younger Brother) (Actor)
Hayden attended South Orangetown Middle School, New York. Since grade nine, she was homeschooled till the completion of her high school.
Panettiere was born in and partly raised in Palisades, New York. She is the daughter of Lesley R. Vogel, a former soap opera actress, and Alan Lee “Skip” Panettiere, a fire captain. She has Italian, with some English and German, ancestry. She has one younger brother, fellow actor Jansen Panettiere. Her mother’s family lives in Indiana.
After Panettiere attended South Orangetown Middle School in New York, she was homeschooled and had private tutors from grade nine to the completion of high school to accommodate her acting.
Panettiere first appeared in commercials at the age of 11 months, beginning with an advertisement for a Playskool toy train. She landed a role as Sarah Roberts on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live from 1994 to 1997, which was followed by Lizzie Spaulding on the CBS soap opera Guiding Light in 1996, and again from 1997 to 2000. While on Guiding Light, Panettiere’s character Lizzie battled leukemia. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society gave her its Special Recognition Award for drawing the attention of daytime viewers to the disease, and for improving national awareness.
For her performance in Lifetime Television’s 1999 TV movie If You Believe, she was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Young Actress Age Ten or Under in the category of Best Performance in a TV Movie or Pilot. Panettiere appeared on Fox’s Ally McBeal as the title character’s daughter, played the daughter of a man transitioning to female in HBO Films’ Normal, had a recurring guest role on Malcolm in the Middle and guest starred in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in two different roles. In 2004, Panettiere had her first starring role in the Disney Channel film Tiger Cruise.
Panettiere became most prominent as Claire Bennet in the NBC series Heroes, which was created by Tim Kring, as a high school cheerleader with regenerative healing powers. Thanks to her role on Heroes, she became a regular on the science fiction convention circuit, invited to attend conventions around the world in 2007, including Gen Con, New York Comic Con, and Fan Expo Canada. Panettiere has complained that her acting options are sometimes limited because “people look at her as either the popular cheerleader type or just the blonde”.
In early 2007, Panettiere appeared on the MTV show, Punk’d. The appearance was engineered by her mother and involved a male “fan” discussing her work with her, instigating a jealous reaction from the man’s spouse. In April 2012, she hosted an episode of the new series.
In March 2012, it was announced Panettiere had been cast opposite Connie Britton on the ABC musical drama series Nashville, where she portrayed Juliette Barnes. The show reunited Panettiere with Burgess Jenkins (who appears in the first few episodes) from Remember the Titans. The show moved from ABC to CMT and Hulu for its fifth and sixth seasons.
Panettiere made her feature film debut with 1998’s A Bug’s Life, but her first released film was the same year’s The Object of My Affection, in which she appears briefly as a mermaid in the school play in the opening scene. In 1999, she portrayed the girl on a sinking sailboat in Message In A Bottle. She played the role of Coach Yoast’s daughter, Sheryl, in the 2000 Disney film Remember the Titans. In 2004, she played Kate Hudson’s title character’s adolescent niece in Raising Helen. In 2005, she was the title character’s rival in a skating contest in Ice Princess. In the same year she played the main (human) role in the film Racing Stripes as budding jockey Channing Walsh. She subsequently starred in 2006’s Bring It On: All or Nothing as a cheerleader and had a supporting role as Adelaide Bourbon in the 2007 independent film Shanghai Kiss.
In June 2007, she signed with the William Morris Agency, after previously being represented by the United Talent Agency. Forbes estimated that she earned $2 million in 2007.
In 2008, Panettiere appeared in the drama Fireflies in the Garden as a younger version of Emily Watson’s character, Jane Lawrence. In September 2008, she appeared in a satirical video, a mock-PSA on funnyordie.com titled “Hayden Panettiere PSA: Your Vote, Your Choice”. In October, Panettiere appeared in another satirical PSA video on funnyordie.com titled “Vote for McCain: He’s just like George Bush, except older and with a worse temper”.
In July 2009, Panettiere starred in the teen comedy I Love You, Beth Cooper. In September 2010, she starred as Amanda Knox in the controversial Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy. Panettiere also provided the voice of Kate in 2010’s Alpha and Omega.
In April 2011, Panettiere appeared in the Scream sequel, Scream 4, playing Kirby Reed. The film received mixed reviews, but she received acclaim for her role and was considered to be a highlight. The same year she replaced Anne Hathaway as the voice of Red for the animated sequel Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil. In 2012, The Forger, in which she played the role of Amber, was released direct to DVD (both this and Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil were made in 2009).
In April 2015, Panettiere joined the cast of Custody, alongside Viola Davis, whom she appeared with in 2006’s The Architect.
Panettiere voiced Kairi in Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II. She was replaced by Alyson Stoner in Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories and Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, but she reprised her role in Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep and also voiced Xion in Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance.
She voiced and modeled the character of Sam in Until Dawn, which was released on PlayStation 4 on August 25, 2015.
Panettiere was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1999 for A Bug’s Life. In 2004, she recorded a song entitled “My Hero Is You” with a video for the Disney Channel film she starred in, Tiger Cruise, and “Someone Like You,” a duet with Watt White for another film, The Dust Factory (also with an accompanying video). The next year she recorded a song entitled “I Fly” for the Disney film Ice Princess in which she also co-starred. She recorded a song for the Hollywood Records compilation Girl Next (2006) and another song entitled “Go to Girl” for Girl Next 2 (2007). Also in 2007, she recorded a cover for “Cruella De Vil” for DisneyMania 5, “Try” for the Bridge to Terabithia soundtrack and a ballad called “I Still Believe” for Cinderella III: A Twist in Time.
Panettiere’s first single not associated with an acting role, “Wake Up Call”, was digitally released on August 5, 2008. The clothing brand Candie’s announced that it was premiering an ad campaign for the single in late July. Candie’s provided additional promotion for the single with a television advertisement and a music video. Sebastian Stan, who portrayed the brother of Panettiere’s character in The Architect, played her boyfriend in the video.
She has recorded several songs for Nashville, which were released as singles and included on the show’s soundtrack albums. She also made numerous concert appearances associated with the show’s touring promotion. In 2013, Panettiere recorded a version of “The Fabric of My Life” for a Cotton Incorporated campaign.
In late 2006, Neutrogena made Panettiere the cover girl for their new worldwide ad campaign; following in the footsteps of actresses Kristin Kreuk, Josie Bissett, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Mandy Moore, Mischa Barton, Gabrielle Union and Jennifer Freeman. In September 2007, Panettiere appeared in a Heroes-themed Got Milk? ad for which the photographs were shot by Annie Leibovitz. In February 2008, Kohl’s announced that Panettiere would be their next Candie’s spokesperson. From 2007 to 2008, Panettiere designed limited edition hand bags for Dooney & Bourke and modeled their bags in magazine ads.
In 2009, Panettiere was one of the celebrities featured in the coffee table book Room 23, produced by Diana Jenkins and photographed by Deborah Anderson.
Panettiere dated her Heroes co-star Milo Ventimiglia from December 2007 to February 2009. She met then-heavyweight world champion boxer Wladimir Klitschko in 2009 at the book launch party for mutual acquaintance Diana Jenkins’ Room 23 (both appeared in the book), and they soon began dating. Panettiere was ringside for Klitschko’s knockout victory over Samuel Peter on September 11, 2010. In May 2011, she announced that they had split. Both cited the long-distance nature of their relationship as the reason, and said they would remain close friends. Panettiere confirmed reports that she and Klitschko had resumed their romantic relationship in an April 2013 interview. In October 2013, she announced her engagement to Klitschko. In December 2014, Panettiere gave birth to their daughter.
Panettiere followed a vegetarian diet while she starred in Heroes but has since added chicken and fish to her diet, stating that she “didn’t respond well” to a vegetarian diet, and she had “low energy”.
In 2015, she stated that following the birth of her daughter she experienced post-partum depression. In her September 28 appearance on Live with Kelly and Michael, she said that it’s “scary and needs to be talked about”. In October, Panettiere voluntarily checked into a facility for treatment, causing her to miss filming for a few episodes of Nashville. She returned to treatment in May 2016.
In 2007, Panettiere became an official supporter of Ronald McDonald House Charities and is a member of their celebrity board, called the Friends of RMHC.
On October 31, 2007, Panettiere joined with The Whaleman Foundation to try to disrupt the annual dolphin hunt in Taiji, Wakayama, Japan. She was involved in a confrontation between Japanese fishermen and five other surfers of the group from Australia and the United States (including former Home and Away star Isabel Lucas). The confrontation lasted more than 10 minutes before the surfers were forced to return to the beach, after which they left the country. Parts of the confrontation can be seen on the award-winning Sundance Film Festival documentary film The Cove. The fishermen consider the condemnation as an attack on their culture.
In November 2007, she was awarded the “Compassion in Action Award” from the animal rights group PETA for her efforts to stop the dolphin hunt in Japan.
On January 28, 2008, Panettiere handed a letter of protest to the Norwegian ambassador in the U.S. arguing that Norway should stop its hunt for whales. She also delivered a letter to the Japanese ambassador calling for the end of Japan’s hunting of whales. At a 2007 Greenpeace event in Anchorage, Alaska, Panettiere defended aboriginal whaling, saying that there is a difference between commercial whaling and the whaling practiced by aboriginal tribes in the U.S.
In May 2008, Panettiere was involved in an eBay auction to benefit Save the Whales Again, a campaign of The Whaleman Foundation. The auction included tickets to a fundraising dinner hosted at the Hollywood restaurant Beso, owned by Eva Longoria, and a whale watching tour, with Panettiere, off the coast of Santa Barbara. The same month, during an interview with Teen Vogue, she explained how her fame gives her a platform for her activism: “The show Heroes put me in a place to speak for things that I’m passionate about.”
In September 2008, Panettiere launched her own line of calfskin leather bags for the company Dooney & Bourke. In October, she delved into the presidential election, releasing a satirical public service announcement through the website Funny or Die. In this video, Panettiere mocked Republican candidate John McCain for his age and temper. She subsequently made clear her intention to vote for Barack Obama, and urged other young people to vote.
Panettiere also appeared in a public service announcement with DC Shadow Senator Paul Strauss endorsing voting rights for the District of Columbia. She is also a teen ambassador for the Candie’s Foundation, whose mission is to prevent teen pregnancy. On May 6, 2009, she participated in a town hall meeting in New York City alongside Bristol Palin and Major League Baseball pitcher Matt Garza on the issue of teen pregnancy.
On December 6, 2013, Panettiere and her fiancé Wladimir Klitschko visited the Euromaidan-protests in Kiev, Ukraine. Wladimir’s brother Vitali was one of the leading figures of these protests. She and her fiancé addressed the crowds.
Year Title Role Notes
1998 The Object of My Affection Mermaid
1998 A Bug’s Life Dot Voice role
1999 Message in a Bottle Girl on Sinking Boat
2000 Dinosaur Suri Voice role
2000 Remember the Titans Sheryl Yoast
2001 Joe Somebody Natalie Scheffer
2002 The Affair of the Necklace Young Jeanne de Saint-Rémy de Valois
2004 The Dust Factory Melanie Lewis
2004 Raising Helen Audrey Davis
2005 Racing Stripes Channing Walsh
2005 Ice Princess Gennifer “Gen” Harwood
2006 Bring It On: All or Nothing Britney Allen
2006 The Architect Christina Waters
2006 Mr. Gibb Allyson ‘Ally’ Palmer Released on DVD as The Good Student
2007 Shanghai Kiss Adelaide Bourbon
2007 Diary of a New Girl Hannah Rochelle Voice role
2008 Fireflies in the Garden Young Jane Lawrence Released in North America in 2011
2008 Scooby-Doo! and the Goblin King Fairy Princess Willow Voice role
2009 I Love You, Beth Cooper Beth Cooper
2009 The Cove Herself
2010 Alpha and Omega Kate Voice role
2011 Scream 4 Kirby Reed
2011 Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil Red Riding Hood Voice role
2012 The Forger Amber Felter Filmed in 2009 as Carmel-by-the-Sea
2016 Custody Ally Fisher Premiered on Lifetime in 2017
Year Title Role Notes
1994–1997 One Life to Live Sarah Roberts
1996 Aliens in the Family Young Girl Episode: “Too Good to Be True”
1996 How Do You Spell God? Megan Blackwood Movie
1997 Unhappily Ever After Little Girl Episode: “Little Ice Cream Shop of Horrors”
1998 A Will of Their Own Miniseries
1998–2000 Guiding Light Lizzie Spaulding 41 episodes
1999 Too Rich: The Secret Life of Doris Duke Young Doris Duke Miniseries
1999 Touched by an Angel Diana Episode: “Godspeed”
1999 If You Believe Young Susan Stone / Alice Stone Lifetime original movie
2000 Between the Lions Girl with black pigtails and blue eyes Voice role (uncredited)
2001 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Ashley Black Episode: “Abuse”
2002 Ally McBeal Maddie Harrington Main role (12 episodes in season 5)
2003 Normal Patty Ann Applewood HBO original movie
2003–2005 Malcolm in the Middle Jessica 4 episodes (4.13, 6.4, 7.5,6)
2004 Fillmore! Yumi (voice) Episode: “Code Name: Electric Haircut”
2004 Tiger Cruise Maddie Dolan Disney Channel original movie
2005 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Angela Agnelli Episode: “Hooked”
2005 Lies My Mother Told Me Haylei Sims Lifetime original movie
2006 Commander in Chief Stacy Episode: “Wind Beneath My Wing”
2006 Skater Boys Kassidy Parker No.2 Episode: “Band of Gold”
2006–2010 Heroes Claire Bennet Main role (74 episodes)
2006–2012 Punk’d Herself / guest host 4 episodes (7.2, 8.1, 9.3)
2007 Robot Chicken Cheetara / Ramona / Seuss Sister Episode: “Endless Breadsticks”
2010 American Dad! Ashley (voice) Episode: “Stan’s Food Restaurant”
2011 Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy Amanda Knox Lifetime original movie
2012–present Nashville Juliette Barnes Main role
2013 Nashville On The Record Herself Special
2016 Chopped Junior Herself / guest judge Episode: “Cuteness Overload”
2016 Lip Sync Battle Herself Episode: “Hayden Panettiere vs. Eva Longoria”
Year Title Voice role
1998 A Bug’s Life Dot
2002 The Mark of Kri Tati
2002 Kingdom Hearts Kairi
2006 Kingdom Hearts II Kairi
2010 Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Kairi
2012 Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance Xion
2013 Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix Kairi (archive footage)
2014 Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix Kairi (archive footage)
2015 Until Dawn Sam
2017 Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue Xion (archive footage)
Music video appearances
Year Title Artist Role
2010 “I’d Rather Be with You” Joshua Radin Joshua’s girlfriend (UK version)
2013 “1994” Jason Aldean Herself
Best Known For
Her role as a cheerleader Claire Bennet on the NBC series Heroes (2006–2010).
As a Singer
Wake Up Call is her first single which was released in 2008.
1998 American computer-animated comedy-adventure film A Bug’s Life. She gave voice in this movie to a character called Dot.
But, her live-action debut movie is 1998 romantic comedy film The Object of My Affection for her role as a mermaid.
First TV Show
American television soap opera One Life to Live for her role as Sarah Victoria ‘Flash’ Roberts #3 from 1994 to 1997.
She practices Bikram Yoga and also walks stairs as a part of her workout. Actually, her best friend is afraid of elevators and so Hayden has to walk through the stairs with her pal. She does strength training also. She tries not to bulk up as she has a small height.
Regarding diet, she does face the problem. She likes to eat unhealthy food. But, as she herself knows that healthy food is good for her health. So, she makes a deal with herself saying that she will eat first healthy food and then whatever she wants to eat later, she can have that. But, just after eating that healthy part of the food, she doesn’t feel hungry and is full. So, she skips that.
Hayden Panettiere Favorite Things
Favorite Actors – Liam Neeson, Sean Connery, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro
Favorite Shoes – Converse
Favorite Actress – Meryl Streep
Hayden Panettiere Facts
She has these pets – Madison (Dog) and Penny Lane (Dog).
Daniella Morris and Miley Cyrus are her good friends.
She has Italian ancestry.
Her surname Panettiere means Baker in English.
Hayden’s mother family is from Indiana.
She has appeared in many commercials. She first advertised for Playskool when she was just 11 months old.
She has a tattoo Vivere senza rimipianti [sic] running down her left side.
She is the official supporter of Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Hayden has also served as the teen ambassador for the Candie’s Foundation, who are missioned towards teen pregnancy.
She launched her own line of calfskin leather bags for the company Dooney & Bourke, in September 2008.
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Emily Ratajkowski is Best Known For Appearing topless in the controversial music video for Robin Thicke‘s “Blurred Lines” song released in March 2013. Emily O’Hara Ratajkowski is an American model and actress. Born to American parents in London and raised primarily in California, she rose to prominence in 2013 after appearing in the music video for Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”, which became the number one song of the year in several countries and attracted controversy over its purportedly sexist content.
Awards season officially kicked off a few weeks ago with the 2018 Golden Globes ceremony. The show ended in plenty of fallout for both the #MeToo movement and the issue of representation of women in the director’s seat. While the latter category wasn’t a factor for the annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, the post-Weinstein era certainly affected the evening’s climate, which will carry over to next month’s Oscars ceremony.
Notably, the SAG Awards offered a female host, Kristen Bell, and an almost all-female list of presenters for awards that spanned both the movie and TV realms with actors calling the shots on who won. Here’s the full list of nominees below and winners highlighted in bold.
Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture:
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
The Big Sick
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role:
Frances McDormand, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Judi Dench, Victoria & Abdul
Sally Hawkins, The Shape of Water
Margot Robbie, I, Tonya
Saoirse Ronan, Lady Bird
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role:
Gary Oldman, Darkest Hour
Timothee Chalamet, Call Me by Your Name
James Franco, The Disaster Artist
Daniel Kaluuya, Get Out
Denzel Washington, Roman J. Israel, Esq.
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series:
This Is Us
Game of Thrones
The Handmaid’s Tale
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series:
Claire Foy, The Crown
Millie Bobby Brown, Stranger Things
Laura Linney, Ozark
Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaid’s Tale
Robin Wright, House of Cards
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series:
Sterling K. Brown, This Is Us
Jason Bateman, Ozark
Peter Dinklage, Game of Thrones
David Harbour, Stranger Things
Bob Odenkirk, Better Call Saul
Lifetime Achievement Award:
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries:
Nicole Kidman, Big Little Lies
Laura Dern, Big Little Lies
Jessica Lange, Feud: Bette & Joan
Susan Sarandon, Feud: Bette & Joan
Reese Witherspoon, Big Little Lies
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries:
Alexander Skarsgard, Big Little Lies
Benedict Cumberbatch, Sherlock
Jeff Daniels, Godless
Robert De Niro, The Wizard of Lies
Geoffrey Rush, Genius
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series:
William H. Macy, “Shameless
Anthony Anderson, Black-ish
Aziz Ansari, Master of None
Larry David, Curb Your Enthusiasm
Sean Hayes, Will & Grace
Marc Maron, GLOW
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series:
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep
Uzo Aduba, Orange Is the New Black
Alison Brie, GLOW
Jane Fonda, Grace and Frankie
Lily Tomlin, Grace and Frankie
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series:
Curb Your Enthusiasm
Orange is the New Black
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role:
Allison Janney, I, Tonya
Mary J. Blige, Mudbound
Hong Chau, Downsizing
Holly Hunter, The Big Sick
Laurie Metcalf, Lady Bird
Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role:
Sam Rockwell, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Steve Carell, Battle of the Sexes
Willem Dafoe, The Florida Project
Woody Harrelson, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Richard Jenkins, The Shape of Water
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Comedy or Drama Series:
Game of Thrones
The Walking Dead
Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture:
War For The Planet Of The Apes