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Aimee Laurence
Aimee Laurence at the TIFF premiere of Goldfinch
Aimee Laurence at the TIFF premiere of Goldfinch
Born 2004 (age 16–17)
Nationality Template:USA
Occupation actress

Aimee Laurence is an American actor.[1]e

Laurence's sisters, Oona Laurence and Jete Laurence are also actors, and the three performed together at a benefit concert to raise funds for teen-suicide prevention in September 2015.[2]

Laurence has played supporting roles in episodes of television shows, including The Blacklist and Chicago P.D..[1] In 2019 she played the younger version of the hero's love interest in The Goldfinch.[3]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Susan Lulgjuraj (2019-09-11). "The Goldfinch: Actor Aimee Laurence discusses her role in the upcoming movie". Hidden Remote. https://hiddenremote.com/2019/09/11/goldfinch-actor-aimee-laurence-interview/. Retrieved 2020-11-11. "The 14-year-old has appeared in TV shows such as Chicago P.D., and The Blacklist but this is the first big cinematic movie she been in." 
  2. Genevieve Rafter Keddy (2015-09-13). "Photo Coverage: Broadway Kids Team up For LYRICS FOR LIFE Benefit". Broadway magazine. https://www.broadwayworld.com/cabaret/article/Photo-Coverage-Broadway-Kids-Team-up-For-LYRICS-FOR-LIFE-Benefit-20150913. Retrieved 2020-11-11. "In honor of World Suicide Prevention Week, this event features 120+ young performers from Broadway, TV & Film, singer/songwriters and award-winning dancers. Proceeds from the event will benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention." 
  3. Dana Barbuto (2019-09-12). "Movie review: ‘The Goldfinch’ is for the birds". Hannibal.net. https://www.hannibal.net/archive/article/movie-review-the-goldfinch-is-for-the-birds/article_fe87d399-0e2a-5f5d-a768-b1b371e8c0d8.html. Retrieved 2020-11-11. "Ditto for his crush on the red-headed cutie, Pippa (Aimee Laurence as a child; Ashleigh Cummings as an adult)." 

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