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Also Known As: Kristen Jaymes Stewart Died:
Born: April 9, 1990 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: actress

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An exceptionally poised young film actress who exhibited an early knack for challenging roles as troubled adolescents, Kristen Stewart got her big break playing Jodie Foster's daughter in David Fincher's hot-wired thriller "Panic Room" (2002). As the teen's profile rose over the following years, Stewart consistently impressed audiences and critics alike with her realistic performances and her choice of projects, which began to echo Foster's early career by steering toward more demanding adult dramas versus family fare. She would go on to make her biggest splash as Bella Swan, the tortured teen in love with a vampire classmate in the pop cultural phenomenon "Twilight" (2008) as well as its subsequent sequels. Such was her appeal as this particular film heroine that she would develop a huge fan contingent and consequently become the subject of tabloid rumors regarding an off-screen love affair with her equally attractive co-star Robert Pattinson. Proving her fame was no "Twilight" fluke, the actress scored outside the vampire franchise as the sword-wielding heroine of the hit "Snow White and the Huntsman" (2012). Gracefully aging into adult roles as she reached her 20s, Stewart proved she was one of...

An exceptionally poised young film actress who exhibited an early knack for challenging roles as troubled adolescents, Kristen Stewart got her big break playing Jodie Foster's daughter in David Fincher's hot-wired thriller "Panic Room" (2002). As the teen's profile rose over the following years, Stewart consistently impressed audiences and critics alike with her realistic performances and her choice of projects, which began to echo Foster's early career by steering toward more demanding adult dramas versus family fare. She would go on to make her biggest splash as Bella Swan, the tortured teen in love with a vampire classmate in the pop cultural phenomenon "Twilight" (2008) as well as its subsequent sequels. Such was her appeal as this particular film heroine that she would develop a huge fan contingent and consequently become the subject of tabloid rumors regarding an off-screen love affair with her equally attractive co-star Robert Pattinson. Proving her fame was no "Twilight" fluke, the actress scored outside the vampire franchise as the sword-wielding heroine of the hit "Snow White and the Huntsman" (2012). Gracefully aging into adult roles as she reached her 20s, Stewart proved she was one of the more versatile young actresses of her generation.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Certain Women (2016)
3.
 Equals (2015)
4.
 American Ultra (2015)
5.
 Anesthesia (2015)
6.
 Big Shoe, The (2015)
7.
 Since Maria (2014)
8.
 Camp X-Ray (2014)
9.
 Still Alice (2014)
10.
 Man Under (2013)
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2001:
Made acting debut playing Patricia Clarkson's tomboy daughter in Rose Troche's "The Safety of Objects"
2003:
Played the daughter of a couple who unknowingly move into a haunted house in "Cold Creek Manor"
2004:
Cast in Bart Freundlich's "Catch That Kid," a remake of the Danish blockbuster "Klatretosen" ("Catch That Girl," 2002)
2005:
Starred in the Jon Favreau-directed adventure "Zathura"
2007:
Played Meg Ryan's angst-ridden teenage daughter in Jonathan Kasdan's directorial debut "In the Land of Women"
2007:
Played Donald Sutherland's granddaughter in Griffin Dunne's "Fierce People"
2007:
Cast in Sean Penn's adaptation of Jon Krakauer's best selling book "Into the Wild"
2008:
Played Robert De Niro's daughter in Barry Levinson's satirical comedy-drama "What Just Happened?"
2009:
Reprised the role of Bella in the sequel "The Twilight Saga: New Moon"
2010:
Reprised the role of Bella Swan opposite Robert Pattinson in "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse"
2010:
Played a 16-year-old stripper opposite James Gandolfini in "Welcome to the Rileys"
2011:
Returned to the role of Bella Swan in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn ¿ Part 1" from director Bill Condon
2012:
Co-starred in feature adaptation of Jack Kerouac's "On the Road"
2012:
Concluded the role of Bella in "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn ¿ Part 2," also directed by Bill Condon
2012:
Made a voice cameo in mother Jules Stewart's directorial debut "K-11"
2014:
Starred in Guantanamo Bay drama "Camp X-Ray"
2015:
Played supporting role in Tim Blake Nelson's indie drama "Anasthesia"
2015:
Reunited with Jesse Eisenberg in action comedy "American Ultra"
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