Landry Allbright Bio

Landry Allbright, a producer and actress with over 30 acting credits, is perhaps still known best for her role as Bridget Forrester in the romantic drama series “The Bold and the Beautiful”. She appeared in 94 episodes between 1996 and 1997, earning her the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Daytime Drama – Young Actress.

Landry’s fans began to wonder what happened when she took a brief break from acting. If you are one of them, stick around because we will tell you everything you need to know about this young actress’ life and career.

Early life, family, and education

Born under the zodiac sign of Leo on 1 August 1989, Landry Alexandra Allbright is aged 33 (as of 2022). She hails from San Dimas, California USA and thus she holds American nationality, and her ethnicity is Caucasian. There’s no information regarding her parents, but what we do know is that her sister, Taylor Allbright, is also an actress.

As mentioned, Landry took a break from acting, the reason being for her education. She focused on schooling, and upon matriculating in 2007, enrolled at Emerson College, Massachusetts, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts (Acting), in 2011.

Roles in movies

Landry made her big-screen debut portraying Casey Poe in the 1997 thriller action “Con Air”, starring Nicolas Cage, John Malkovich and John Cusack. The movie had 11 award nominations, including two for Oscars (Best Sound, and Best Music, Original Song), and won seven.

She followed with her role as Summer in the 2000 movie “Beautiful”, and was next seen as Martha May Whoiver (aged 8) in the Oscar-awarded fantasy “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”, starring Jim Carrey, Kelley, and Taylor Momsen. The movie, based on the novel of the same title by Dr. Seuss, had 37 award nominations and won 18, including the Oscar for Best Make-up in 2001.

After more than a decade, Landry re-appeared co-starring in the 2012 mystery thriller “Last Hours in Suburbia”, followed by her roles in the short movies “Sonata in Blue” (2013), and “Where We Left Off” (2016).

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In the following year, Landry was cast to play Gina in “Feral”, an action horror about six students who have to fight against a wild creature to survive in the woods, but when they become infected with ‘feral disease’, they have to fight each other. The movie had no nominations, and the audience rated this movie as predictable, boring, and full of clichés.

Next, Landry was seen in the short movies “Cat’s Outta the Bag” (2018), and “Kill The Boyfriend” (2019) which she wrote and produced. In 2020, she was cast to play Brooke in “Getaway”, playing her first lead role opposite Jaclyn Betham and Scout Taylor-Compton. In the same year, Landry was seen as Erin in “Stalker”, which won the Shriekfest Award for Best Thriller Feature.

Her most recent movie role was in the 2021 horror “Miracle Valley”, written and directed by Greg Sestero.

Roles in series

Making her acting debut as Bridget Forester in “The Bold and the Beautiful”, Landry followed with her role as Julie Houlerman in three episodes of the comedy “Malcolm in the Middle” in 2000, playing a girl on whom Malcolm had a crush. Fans of the show were disappointed because they never actually learned whether Julie had feelings for Malcolm.

In the same year, she made an appearance in an episode of the series’ “The Invisible Man” and “Spin City”. The early 2000s saw Landry mostly guest starring in various series, including “Will & Grace” (2002), “The Guardian” (2004), and “The West Wing” (2005).

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Next, she was seen in 2017, in an episode of the series “Happy Thoughts”, then in the following year, Landry guest-starred in “Adam Ruins Everything” and “S. W. A. T.”, followed by her role as Nurse Michele in “Alexa & Katie” in 2019.

Most recently, Landry was seen as Chop Doc in an episode of the series “Star Trek: Picard” in 2020.

Love life and relationships

Landry has been open about her love life – she hasn’t been the subject of any rumors since revealing that she’s lesbian. Liz Zwiebel, her long-term girlfriend who proposed to her in 2017, is her partner. Landry and Liz married in January 2019, after two years of engagement, in front of their closest family and friends.

Liz Zwiebel, who presents herself on her Instagram as an ‘adopted gay Jew from Woodstock’, is also an actress. She performed at the Woodstock Youth Theatre, in New York, and her love for theater and film transitioned into her love for working behind the camera. She graduated from Keene State College, and began working as a producer.

Landry and Liz met on a blind date on the exact day when gay marriages were legalized in the US, and their love blossomed into a marriage.

They live together in New York City with their dog Jory.

What is she doing now?

We attempted to learn more about Landry by visiting her social media platforms, but her most recent tweet on Twitter was in 2016. Her Instagram, which has over 20,000 followers, has had no new posts since 2019.

Some speculated that she had stepped down from public life, but it appears that she’s concentrating on her work as an editor. Landry Edits is her website, on to which she uploads her work, and people can contact her via her e-mail address.

Net Worth

Laundry began acting as a child, and her natural blonde hair and piercing blue eyes are what people most admire about her. Despite appearing in several hit movies and television series over the course of her more than 25-year acting career, it appears that Laundry struggled to land some more notable roles, as she grew up.

If you wondered how rich she is today, according to sources, Laundry’s net worth has been estimated at over $1 million.

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