For the last year, we’ve watched Brie share priceless moments with us on her newly set up YouTube channel. She started this channel as a way to share content with us when the pandemic began. Now that she’s returning to set, we’ll miss her weekly YouTube videos. That’s not to say that she’ll stop putting out videos entirely. From the moment she graced our television, Brie Larson has never failed to do justice to the roles she’s found herself in. And being named one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2019 by Time magazine goes to show her efforts haven’t been in vain.
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Why we love Brie Larson
Brie has been a wonderful actress – a round of applause for her, please. There’s no telling that she’s amongst our favorite Captain Marvel stars. Brie began her acting career at a very young age, often writing movies in her home and playing them out in the garage with friends and family. Some of these movies were filmed, others weren’t. At the age of six, she set a record at the American Conservatory Theater when she became the youngest student to be admitted there. She eventually moved from San Francisco to Los Angeles when her parents separated. At first, it was somewhat tricky, and their living conditions drastically changed with that move.
In Los Angeles, Brie began to take roles, starting with a commercial parody for the Malibu Mudslide Barbie. Then came other parts in titles like Popular and Touched by an Angel. And by 2001, she played the role of Emily in the 2001 sitcom Raising Dad. These roles sharpened and helped her hone her skills, preparing her for the big jobs. As she prepared, she also took an interest in music, learning how to play the guitar at 11. She was pretty good at it that she was encouraged to write songs. She did and eventually wrote Invisible Girl when she didn’t make the cast for the Peter Pan film. Brie and Lindsay Lohan eventually signed a record deal with Casablanca Records.
To add icing to the cake, she released an album in 2005 and went on tour. One of the tracks on her album made it to the Billboard Hot Single Sales at number 31. By 2009, Brie landed a role in the series United States of Tara, where her role intertwined with being a real teenager. And she played it very well. That same year, she also had roles in films like Just Peck, House Broken, and Tanner Hall. Brie also starred in other titles such as Greenberg, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Rampart, The Trouble with Bliss, and 21 Jump Street. She co-wrote and co-directed The Arm with Sarah Ramos and Jessie Ennis, and she also played the song “Black Sheep” with the Metric band on Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.
Her role in 21 Jump Street is nothing short of remarkable, given that she did justice to the film as Molly. Brie has also starred in many Marvel films but is mainly known for her role in the first Marvel Studio female-led film, Captain Marvel. She advocates for gender equality while lending her voice to sexual assault victims.