Since childhood, Anna Kendrick has shown her potential in the world of acting. The star born in Portland, Maine, United States, August 9, 1985, premiered on the Broadway stage in a musical performance HIGH SOCIETY in August 1988. At that time Kendrick was only 12 years old. Thanks to her slick appearance, Kendrick was nominated for the Drama Desk Award and Tony Award nominations and won the Featured Actress in a Musical award at the Theater World Award.
From the Kendrick theater stage, it reaches the big screen. Her debut in film began with his role in CAMP (2003), where she was nominated in the Chlotrudis Award for Best Supporting Actress and Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance.
Four years later, Kendrick returned to the big screen ROCKET SCIENCE (2007), and continued on the TWILIGHT (2008) film, ELSEWHERE (2009), THE MARC EXPERIENCE (2009), THE TWILIGHT SAGA: NEW MOON (2009) and UP IN THE AIR (2009).
In UP IN THE AIR, Kendrick was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in the Golden Globe Awards and 82nd Academy Awards. Entering 2010, at least three of her latest films were released, such as SCOTT PILGRIM VS THE WORLD, THE TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE and I’M WITH CANCER.