Brigette Lundy-Paine Wiki Bio
Brigette was born in Dallas, Texas USA, on 10 August 1994 – their zodiac sign is Leo, and they hold American nationality. They’re an actress, with exactly 14 credits to their name, while they’re probably known best for their portrayal of Billie in the 2020 musical adventure comedy movie “Bill & Ted Face the Music”, directed by Dean Parisot, and which starred Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter and Kristen Schaal. It follows two middle-aged men who are still trying to succeed as rock ‘n’ roll musicians, and the movie was nominated for 12 awards.
It was on 8 November 2019 that Brigette came out as non-binary, asking to be referred to with the pronouns they/them.
Early life and education
Brigette was raised in Dallas alongside their younger brother, by their father Robert Paine and mother Laura Lundy, both of whom are actors and movie directors; the family moved to Alameda, California when Brigette was two years old.
Brigette became interested in acting while attending Encinal High School, they were a member of its drama club, and appeared in various plays performed at the school, as well as in a couple performed at a local theatre; they practiced dancing during their four years at Encinal, and were a cheerleader.
Upon matriculating in 2012, Brigette enrolled at New York University, from which they graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 2015.
Roles in TV series
Brigette made their debut TV series appearance in the 2015 episode “Kaitlyn Hunt” of the drama “One Bad Choice”, and gained recognition in 2016, when cast to play the lead character Margot in the comedy mini-series “Margot vs. Lily”; it also starred Samantha Marie Ware and Gideon Glick, and follows two sisters who made a bet on New Year’s Eve, with Lily having to make three friends, and Margot to launch her own fitness web show and amass 1,000 followers. The mini-series was nominated for a Casting Society of America Award for Outstanding Achievement in Casting – Short Form or Web Series.
Brigette’s appeared in only two other TV series; they played one of the lead characters Casey Gardner in all the 38 episodes of the comedy drama “Atypical”, created by Robia Rashid, and which also starred Jennifer Jason Leigh and Keir Gilchrist. It follows an autistic 18-year-old boy as he’s trying to find a girlfriend, the series aired from 2017 to 2021, and won two of the nine awards for which it was nominated.
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Most recently, in 2021, Brigette voiced the main character Eleanor ‘El’ Rivkin in the neo-noir supernatural audio drama “City of Ghosts”, written by Carina Green and Ryan Patch, and which also starred Moises Arias and Erin Darke. It follows misanthropic information broker Eleanor as she’s learning more about her unusual abilities in New York City of the ‘90s.
Roles in movies
Brigette made their debut film appearance in the popular 2015 crime comedy drama “Irrational Man”, written and directed by Woody Allen, and which starred Joaquin Phoenix, Emma Stone and Parker Posey. It tells the story of a philosophy professor who’s lost his will for living; the movie was nominated for three awards.
A couple of Brigette’s following roles were in the 2016 comedy “One Night Only: Lights Out”, the 2016 short romantic comedy “Our Second First Date”, and the 2017 biographical drama “The Glass Castle”.
They played Dusan’s Girlfriend in the 2017 fantasy science fiction drama “Downsizing”, written and directed by Alexander Payne, and which starred Matt Damon, Christoph Waltz and Hong Chau. It follows a man who’s just realized that he’d be happier if he were only five inches tall, and the movie won one of the 17 awards for which it was nominated.
Three of Brigette’s most recent film roles have been in the 2018 comedy “Action Point”, the short drama “Fix” and the biographical drama “Bombshell”, both in 2019.
Brigette’s made a guest appearance in a couple of talk-shows, such as “Celebrity Page”, “Hollywood Insider” and “The Kelly Clarkson Show”.
Love life and relationships
Brigette prefers to keep the details of their love life to themselves, and haven’t spoken of any men or women whom they’ve perhaps been with. However, there are today various rumors circulating the internet, concerning Brigette’s sexual orientation and past and present relationships.
Some of their fans believe that they were once engaged to American actor Joshua Hoover; he’s appeared in more than 40 movies and TV series, and is probably known best for his portrayal of Dork in the 2016 action crime comedy movie “The Nice Guys”.
There are those who believe that they’re lesbian, as well as those who believe that they’re bisexual, but none of this has been confirmed by Brigette, only her non-binary status.
As of July 2022, they seem to be single, haven’t married and don’t have children.
Hobbies and other interests
Brigette’s highly active on Instagram, and they’re today followed by more than 1.5 million people, while they’ve uploaded close to 30 pictures onto the network, the majority of which feature them during their everyday life.
They’re interested in all kinds of art, with photography and architecture being their favorites.
Brigette’s into travelling, and they’ve been to various US states, for both work and pleasure, while they’ve also visited a couple of European countries, such as England, Italy and France; their dream travel destination’s Berlin, Germany.
Brigette’s a fan of animated movies, and their favorites include the trilogy “How To Train Your Dragon”, “Despicable Me” and “Emperor’s New Groove”. They also have their own favorite live-action actors and actresses, some of whom are Tom Hanks, Eddie Redmayne and Amanda Seyfried, while a couple of their favorite movies include “Sleepless in Seattle”, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” and “Letters to Juliette”.
Age, height and net worth
Brigette’s age is 27. They have medium long brown hair and brown eyes, their height is 5ft 7ins (1.7m), and they weigh around 130lbs (60kgs).
As of July 2022, their net worth is estimated at over $1 million.