Born In: Los Angeles, California
Hazel Moder is the daughter of academy award winning Hollywood actress, Julia Roberts, and her cinematographer husband, Daniel Moder. Despite being born to celebrity parents she has had a very normal upbringing away from the spotlight. Following her mother's footsteps, Hazel too has had her share of onscreen presence. In 2006, she had appeared on the television series 'VH1: All Access' with her twin brother, Finn, in the episode '20 Cutest Celebrity Babies', which also featured other celebrity kids like Brian Donovan and Jill Dobson. A decade later, Hazel and her brother appeared in small roles as cartwheel kids in her mother's 2016 romantic comedy 'Mother's Day', which also starred Jennifer Aniston and Kate Hudson. It is not known if she intends to make a career in acting as she has not taken up any serious acting assignments yet. She is rarely seen in the public except for occasional outings with her family.
Born Country: United States
U.S. State: California
City: Los Angeles
education: Our Lady of Mercy School
Hazel Patricia Moder was born on November 28, 2004 in Los Angeles, California, to Julia Roberts and Daniel Moder. Her mother is a renowned Hollywood actress, while her father works as a cinematographer in the entertainment industry. Both her parents were previously married; her mother to country singer, Lyle Lovett, and her father to Vera Steimberg. When her parents first met on the set of the 2000 film 'The Mexican' her father was still married to his previous wife and her mother was dating actor Benjamin Bratt. They got married on July 4, 2002 in Taos, New Mexico, shortly after her father's divorce was finalized. She doesn't have any step siblings, but has a fraternal twin brother named Phinnaeus Moder, a.k.a. Finn, and a younger brother named Henry Daniel Moder, who was born on June 18, 2007. Her uncle Eric Roberts, aunt Lisa Roberts Gillan, and cousin Emma Roberts are all actors. She attends Our Lady of Mercy School in Los Angeles, where she actively participates in various sports events.
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