Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore

producer, actress, director

Drew Barrymore was born on Feb 22, 1975 in USA. Drew Barrymore's big-screen debut came with Bogie directed by Vincent Sherman in 1980. Drew Barrymore is known for Boss Bitch Fight Challenge directed by Zoë Bell, Zoë Bell stars as Zoë and Lucy Lawless as Lucy. Drew Barrymore has got 35 awards and 62 nominations so far. The most recent award Drew Barrymore achieved is The Webby Awards. The upcoming new movie Drew Barrymore plays is Scream which will be released on Jan 14, 2022.

Since melting audiences' hearts at the tender age of six in Steven Spielberg's beloved sci-fi blockbuster, E.T. l'extra-terrestre (1982), Drew Barrymore has emerged as one of the most endearing and talented actresses of her generation. Born in Culver City, California to actors John Drew Barrymore and Jaid Barrymore, the clutches of fame were virtually inescapable for young Drew, her father being a member of the esteemed showbiz dynasty fronted by stage star Maurice Barrymore, his thespian wife Georgiana, and their three children: Lionel Barrymore, Ethel Barrymore, and John Barrymore.In spite of a turbulent adolescence that saw her grapple with drug and alcohol dependency, a determined Barrymore threw herself into her career during the 1990s, first with a succession of 'bad girl' parts in cultish B-pictures like Fleur de poison (1992), Guncrazy (1992) and, fittingly, Belles de l'Ouest (1994); then well-received turns in notable projects such as Avec ou sans hommes (1995), Woody Allen's Tout le monde dit I love you (1996), and the game-changing horror hit Scream (1996). An eclectic mix of high-profile and low-key film projects - Demain on se marie ! (1998); À tout jamais: Une histoire de Cendrillon (1998); College attitude (1999); Charlie et ses drôles de dames (2000); Donnie Darko (2001); Écarts de conduite (2001); Confessions d'un homme dangereux (2002) - followed, proving to erstwhile detractors that Barrymore was not just a formidable leading lady, but a gifted and versatile performer. Headline parts in Amour & amnésie (2004), Terrain d'entente (2005), and Le come back (2007) came next, as did the critically-lauded television film Grey Gardens (2009), for which she earned Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild prizes for her astonishing embodiment of Edith Bouvier Beale.Barrymore - whose production company, Flower Films, has spawned a string of lucrative features since its birth in the mid-nineties - added yet another string to her bow when she spearheaded the sports dramedy Bliss (2009), her long-awaited directorial debut. Roger Ebert described the picture as having "guts, charm, and a black-and-blue sweetness", whilst TIME magazine hailed Barrymore as "a sensitive director who knows how and when to let an emotional moment linger on the screen".Alongside a recurring guest spot (as the voice of Jillian; 2005-2013) on Les Griffin (1999), recent acting gigs have included Trop loin pour toi (2010), Miracle en Alaska (2012), Famille recomposée (2014), Ma Meilleure Amie (2015), and Le beau rôle (2020), as well as the principal role of Sheila Hammond in the Netflix series Santa Clarita Diet (2017), on which she also served as executive producer during its acclaimed three-season run. Since 2020, she has continued to illuminate the small screen as compère of The Drew Barrymore Show (2020), a daytime talk show distributed by CBS.

  • Birthday

    Feb 22, 1975
  • Place of Birth

    Culver City, California, USA
  • Also known

    Дрю Бэрримор, 드류 베리모어, Drew Blythe Barrymore, Ντρου Μπλάιδ Μπάριμορ, Ντρου Μπάριμορ, Дрю Беррімор

Known For


35 wins & 62 nominations

The Webby Awards
Special Achievement
Winner - Webby Award
Gracie Allen Awards
Outstanding Female Actor in a Featured/Guest Role
Winner - Gracie
Outstanding Female Lead in a Drama Special
Winner - Gracie
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Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows