Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts, the daughter of actor Eric Roberts and niece of Julia Roberts, spent much of her childhood on set with her aunt. At the age of nine, she successfully auditioned for Ted Demme's film *Blow* in 2001, landing the role of Johnny Depp's daughter. This marked the beginning of her acting career. She continued with supporting roles in independent films before landing a breakthrough role as Allie Singer in a series named after her character. Her portrayal of a young singer elevated her to teenage idol status, and she even released an album tied to the series. With her popularity among American youth, she subsequently secured leading roles in teen-oriented films such as *Aquamarine*, *Nancy Drew*, and *Hotel for Dogs*. Her big break in cinema came in 2010 when she appeared in the star-studded romantic comedy *Valentine’s Day* alongside Anne Hathaway, Bradley Cooper, and her aunt Julia Roberts. She also starred in the drama *Twelve*, portraying a privileged youth experimenting with drugs, marking a departure from her initial sentimental image. In 2011, she expanded her repertoire by playing Neve Campbell's cousin in the fourth installment of the horror series *Scream*. Following her venture into horror, Emma refreshed her career by starring opposite Freddie Highmore in the romantic comedy *The Day I Met Her*. She later joined the cast of *We're the Millers* in 2013, playing Casey, a resourceful teenager adorned with tattoos and piercings alongside Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis. The following year, she took on the lead role in *Palo Alto*, directed by Gia Coppola, daughter of Francis Ford Coppola. In this film, she portrayed April, a thrill-seeking teenager exploring the boundaries of drugs, alcohol, and sex. Emma continued to make waves in the entertainment industry by joining the cast of the horror series *American Horror Story* starting from its third season. She also left a mark on television alongside Jamie Lee Curtis in *Scream Queens*. In 2016, she captivated audiences as Vee, a high school student thrust into a deadly online game in *Nerve*, a modern take on the concept of high-stakes games.  



Madame Web (2024)

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