List Of Brie Larson Performances

Brie Larson is an American actress. Her first screen appearance was in a comedy sketch in a 1998 episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Following several television appearances, including as a main cast member in the short-lived sitcom Raising Dad (2001), Larson played minor roles in the 2004 comedy films Sleepover and 13 Going on 30. In 2005, she released a studio album named Finally Out of P.E., in which her single "She Said" peaked at number 31 on the Billboard Hot Single Sales. Larson's first major film role was in the teen comedy Hoot (2006) and she went on to gain wider recognition for playing the daughter of Toni Collette's character in the Showtime comedy-drama series United States of Tara (2009–2011). She took on supporting roles of the love interest in the comedies Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) and 21 Jump Street (2012), and played the troubled daughter of Woody Harrelson's character in the drama Rampart (2011). Her breakthrough came in 2013 when she starred as the distraught supervisor of a foster-care home in Destin Daniel Cretton's independent drama Short Term 12. Larson also expanded into filmmaking by co-writing and co-directing the short films The Arm (2012) and Weighting (2013).

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Brie Larson is an American actress. Her first screen appearance was in a comedy sketch in a 1998 episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Following several television appearances, including as a main cast member in the short-lived sitcom Raising Dad (2001), Larson played minor roles in the 2004 comedy films Sleepover and 13 Going on 30. In 2005, she released a studio album named Finally Out of P.E., in which her single "She Said" peaked at number 31 on the Billboard Hot Single Sales.

Larson's first major film role was in the teen comedy Hoot (2006) and she went on to gain wider recognition for playing the daughter of Toni Collette's character in the Showtime comedy-drama series United States of Tara (2009–2011). She took on supporting roles of the love interest in the comedies Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) and 21 Jump Street (2012), and played the troubled daughter of Woody Harrelson's character in the drama Rampart (2011).[1] Her breakthrough came in 2013 when she starred as the distraught supervisor of a foster-care home in Destin Daniel Cretton's independent drama Short Term 12.[2] Larson also expanded into filmmaking by co-writing and co-directing the short films The Arm (2012) and Weighting (2013).

Following more supporting work in the romance The Spectacular Now (2013) and the comedy Trainwreck (2015), Larson won the Academy Award for Best Actress for playing a young mother held in captivity in the independent drama Room (2015).[3] In 2017, she starred as a photojournalist in the adventure film Kong: Skull Island, which ranks as her highest-grossing release.[4][5] She made her solo directorial debut in 2017 with the comedy film Unicorn Store, in which she also starred.[6] Larson went on to play the lead role of Carol Danvers in superhero films set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, beginning with the origin film Captain Marvel (2019).[7]

Film

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role Notes Ref.
13 Going on 30 2004 Six Chick [8]
Sleepover 2004 Liz Daniels [9]
Madison 2005 Racing Girl No. 2 [10]
Hoot 2006 Beatrice Leep [11]
Farce of the Penguins 2007 I Need a Z-Pack Penguin Voice [12]
Remember the Daze 2007 Angie [13]
House Broken 2009 Suzy Decker [14]
Just Peck 2009 Emily [15]
Tanner Hall 2009 Kate [16]
Greenberg 2010 Sara [17]
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World 2010 Natalie "Envy" Adams [18]
Rampart 2011 Helen [19]
21 Jump Street 2012 Molly Tracey [20]
The Trouble with Bliss 2012 Stephanie Jouseski [21]
The Arm 2012 Short film; co-director and co-writer [22]
Bitter Orange 2013 Myrtle Short film [23]
Don Jon 2013 Monica Martello [24]
Short Term 12 2013 Grace [25]
Weighting 2013 Unnamed Short film; also co-director and co-writer [26]
The Spectacular Now 2013 Cassidy [27]
The Gambler 2014 Amy Phillips [28]
Digging for Fire 2015 Max [29]
Trainwreck 2015 Kim [30]
Room 2015 Joy "Ma" Newsome [31]
Free Fire 2016 Justine [32]
Kong: Skull Island 2017 Mason Weaver [33]
The Glass Castle 2017 Jeannette Walls [34]
Unicorn Store 2017 Kit Also director and producer [35]
Basmati Blues 2017 Linda [36]
Captain Marvel 2019 Vers /
Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel
[37]
Avengers: Endgame Film has yet to be released 2019 Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel Post-production [38]
Just Mercy Film has yet to be released 2020 Eva Ansley Post-production [39]

Television

Title Year Role Notes Ref(s)
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1998 Roadkill Easy Bake Oven / Girl Scout 2 episodes
To Have & to Hold 1998 Lily Quinn 2 episodes
Touched by an Angel 1999 Rachel Episode: "Into the Fire"
Popular 1999 Robin Robin Episode: "Fall on Your Knees"
Special Delivery 1999 Little Angel Television film
Then Came You 2000 Young Allison Episode: "Then Came Aidan's Ex"
Raising Dad 2001–2002 Emily Stewart Main role; 22 episodes [40]
Right on Track 2003 Courtney Enders Television film [41]
Hope & Faith 2003 Sydney Shanowski Unaired pilot [42]
Ghost Whisperer 2008 Krista Eisenburg Episode: "Slam" [43]
The Burg 2009 Hipster Girl Episode: "Change"
United States of Tara 2009–2011 Kate Gregson Main role; 36 episodes [44]
The League 2011 Ashley 2 episodes [45]
NTSF:SD:SUV:: 2012 Katerin Episode: "The Real Bicycle Thief"
Kroll Show 2013 College Girl 2 episodes
Community 2013–2014 Rachel 3 episodes ("Herstory of Dance", "Analysis of Cork-Based Networking", "VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing")
Comedy Bang! Bang! 2015 Herself Episode: "Brie Larson Wears a Billowy Long-Sleeve Shirt and White Saddle Shoes" [46]
Saturday Night Live 2016 Herself (host) Episode: "Brie Larson/Alicia Keys" [47]

Theatre

Production Year Role Venue Ref.
Our Town 2010 Emily Webb Williamstown Theatre Festival [48]

Music video

Title Year Performer(s) Director Album Ref.
"Never Enough" 2012 JJAMZ Eddie O'Keefe Suicide Pact [49]
"Just One of the Guys" 2014 Jenny Lewis Jenny Lewis The Voyager [50]
"No Cities to Love" 2015 Sleater-Kinney Ali Greer No Cities to Love [51]
"Family Feud" 2017 Jay-Z (featuring Beyoncé) Ava DuVernay 4:44 [52]

Discography

Albums

As primary artist

Title Album details Sales Ref(s).
Finally Out of P.E. 3,500 [53][54]

Other credits

Title Year Artist Credit Ref.
Army Navy 2008 Army Navy Vocals [55]
Overexposed 2012 Maroon 5 Vocals (background) [56]

Singles

Title Year Hot Singles Sales Album Ref(s).
"She Said" 2004 31 Finally Out of P.E. [57][58]
"Life After You" 2005 [59]

Other appearances

Title Year Album Ref(s).
"Coming Around" 2006 Hoot [60]
"Big Rock Candy Mountain" 2015 Room [61]
"All Signs Point to Yes" 2018 Basmati Blues [62]
"When Tomorrow Comes"
"Love Don't Knock at My Door"
"All in My Mind"
"Foolish Heart"
"Our Voices Will Be Heard"

See also

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