July 24, 1998 (25)
Cailee Spaeny is an American actress and singer, whose acting voyage embarked with the film “Counting to 1000.”
Spaeny’s foray into the cinematic world garnered attention with prominent roles in films like “Pacific Rim: Uprising” (2018), where she starred as Amara Namani, and “Bad Times at the El Royale” (2018), taking on the character of Rose Summerspring. On the smaller screen, she made a compelling appearance in the series “Devs” (2020), portraying the character of Lyndon. Besides acting, Spaeny is also known for her musical endeavors, having released music that showcases her vocal talents.
Collaboration is the essence of creativity, and in Spaeny’s journey, it’s brightly illuminated through her work with a myriad of industry talents. She shared screen space with John Boyega and Scott Eastwood in “Pacific Rim: Uprising”, while her acting chops in “Bad Times at the El Royale” were complemented by the likes of Jeff Bridges and Chris Hemsworth. Further, in “On the Basis of Sex” (2018), she worked alongside Felicity Jones and Armie Hammer, contributing to the narrative of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s early cases. Other notable collaborations include those with Nick Offerman and Sonoya Mizuno in “Devs”, and with Tom Holland in “The Devil All The Time” (2020).
Recognition of Spaeny’s skills is reflected through the appreciative nods from the industry. Her performance in “Pacific Rim: Uprising” bagged her a nomination for the Saturn Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor in 2019.