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Revision as of 01:12, 3 March 2021

Aimee Laurence
Aimee Laurence at the TIFF premiere of Goldfinch
Aimee Laurence at the TIFF premiere of Goldfinch
Born 2004 (age 16–17)
Nationality 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]

References

  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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