Beanie Feldstein Bio, Age, Height, Family, Boyfriend, Education, Career, net Worth
Beanie Feldstein Biography
Born Elizabeth Greer Feldstein, Beanie Feldstein is an American actress. Her starring roles in the comedy film Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, and the 2016 comedy-drama film Lady Bird brought her into the limelight. Also, she earned a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actress in the 2019 coming-of-age-comedy film Booksmart. In addition, she plays the role of Harriet in Harriet the spy.
Beanie Feldstein Age|Birthday
Feldstein was born on June 24, 1993. Therefore, she is 28 years old as of 2021 and celebrates her birthday on 24th June every year.
Beanie Feldstein Height|Weight
Feldstein’s height is 5 feet 7 inches (approximately 170 centimeters). Moreover, she weighs 67 kilograms.
Beanie Feldstein Family
Feldstein was born in Los Angeles to her parents Sharon Lyn (nee Chalkin, mother) and Richard (father). Moreover, in a family of three children, she is the only daughter of her parents. She has two siblings, elder brothers namely Jonah Hill, who is an actor. However, her eldest brother, Jordan, Marron 5 manager died suddenly of a blood clot at age 40. Additionally, her mother is a costume designer and fashion stylist. Moreover, her father is a tour accountant for Guns N’ Roses.
Beanie Feldstein Boyfriend
Feldstein has been in a relationship with Bonnie Chance Roberts, an English producer since 2018. She identifies it as queer.
Beanie Feldstein Education
Feldstein went to Havard-Westlake School in Los Angeles. In addition, in a theatre camp in New York, she was at Stagedoor Manor. In 2015, she graduated with a degree in sociology from Wesleyan University.
Beanie Feldstein Career
Feldstein is most popular on the 2020 TV series American Crime Story featuring Monica Lewinsky. In 2019, she had a repetitive job on the TV series What We Did in the Shadows. Some of the movies she has shown up include The Female Brain, Lady Bird, Booksmart, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, and How To Build a Girl. Orange Is the New Black, Will, and Grace, My Wife, and Kids are scenes of the TV arrangement she has shown up in. In the music video by Marron 5, Young Ladies Like You, she featured highlighting Cardi B in 2018. From 2017 to 2018, she featured on Broadway as Minnie Fay in Hello, Dolly!
Her role as Jenna in the primary period of the TV repulsiveness parody arrangement What We Do in the Shadows was reprised in 2019. In the transformation of the film of a similar name, her presentation received positive reviews from critics. However, because of other shooting responsibilities, she could not return for the subsequent season as was initially arranged. In Olivia Wilde’s first time at the helm secondary parody, Booksmart, she featured in 2019. She received inescapable basic praise and a selection for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical due to her presentation.
Moreover, in the transitioning satire film How to Build a Girl, she depicted the British lead character Johanna Morrigan. The film and her exhibition garnered positive reviews from critics.
2016 – Neighbors 2 as Nora Clerk
2017 – The Female Brain as Abby, Lady Bird as Julianne Steffans
2019 – Booksmart as Molly Davidson, How to Build a Girl as Johanna Morrigan
2021 – The Humans as Brigid
TBA – Merrily We Roll Along as Mary Flynn
2002 – My Wife and Kids as Beanie
2012 – Madison High as Marty
2015 – Orange Is The New Black as 2004 Party Girl, Fan Girl as Anna, The Devil You Know as Lydia Harris
2017 – Will & Grace as Stella
2019 – What We Do in the Shadows as Jenna
2020 – The Simpsons as Support Group Therapist, Grey’s Anatomy as Tess Desmond, Saturday Night Seder as Herself, Make It Work as Herself
2021 – Impeachment as Monica Lewinsky, Harriet the Spy as Harriet M. Welsch (voice).
2018 – Girls Like You by Marron 5 featuring Cardi B
2017 – Hello Dolly! as Minnie Fay
2022 – Funny Girl as Funny Brice
Awards and nominations
Screen Actors Guild Award under the category of Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture – Nominated
Awards Circuit Community Award under the category of Best Cast Ensemble – Won
Online Film & Television Association Award under the category of Best Ensemble – Won
Gold Derby Award under the category of Best Ensemble Cast – Nominated
Online Film & Television Association Award under the category of Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series – Nominated
IndieWire Critics Poll Award under the category of Best Actress – Nominated
CinemaCon Award under the category of Female Stars of Tomorrow – Won
Hollywood Critics Association Award under the category Best Actress – Runner-Up
Golden Schmoes Award under the category of Breakthrough Performance of the Year – Nominated
Queerty Award under the category of Film Performance – Nominated
Online Film & Television Association Award under the category of Best Breakthrough Performance: Female – Nominated
Dorian Award under the category of Rising Star of the Year – Nominated
Santa Barbara International Film Festival under the category of Virtuoso Award – Won
Golden Globe Award under the category of Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical – Nominated
Beanie Feldstein Net Worth
Feldstein’s net worth is $3 million.