Maude Apatow Biography

(American Actress Best Known for Her Role as ‘Lexi Howard’ in the TV Series ‘Euphoria’)

Birthday: December 15, 1997 (Sagittarius)

Born In: Los Banos, California, United States

Maude Apatow is a young American actress known her roles in the movies ‘Knocked Up’ and ‘Funny People.’ She is the daughter of Judd Apatow, an American producer, director and comedian, and his wife, actress Leslie Mann. Born in Los Banos, California, in the US, she made her film debut in the romantic comedy film 'Knocked Up', which was written, produced, and directed by her father. She played a supporting character named Sadie. The film was a huge success, grossing nearly seven times its budget and also received critical acclaim. She next appeared in the comedy drama film 'Funny People' which was also produced and directed by her father Judd Apatow. She played a supporting character named Mable. Though the film was met with positive reviews, it was a commercial failure unlike her first film. She was latest seen in the American drama film 'The House of Tomorrow'. Directed by Peter Livolsi, the film was based on a novel of the same name, written by Peter Bognanni. With a huge Twitter fan base, she can be considered one of the most talented and popular upcoming actresses in Hollywood.
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Also Known As: Maude Annabelle Apatow

Age: 25 Years, 25 Year Old Females


father: Judd Apatow

mother: Leslie Mann

siblings: Iris Apatow

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Height: 5'4" (163 cm), 5'4" Females

Ancestry: Finnish American

U.S. State: California

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education: Northwestern University

Maude Apatow first came to popularity with her role in the 2007 comedy film ‘Knocked Up’ which was written, directed, and co-produced by her father Judd Apatow. She played the role of a character named Sadie, who was daughter of her mother’s on-screen character Debbie. The film was a huge commercial success, and also received critical acclaim. It won a few awards and nominations as well.
Two years later, she again played a supporting role in Judd Apatow’s ‘Funny People’. The film followed the story of a famous comedian who is diagnosed with a terminal disease, and uses his remaining time to fix al relationships. Though the film was appreciated by critics, it was a commercial failure.
In 2012, she appeared in the film ‘This is 40’, which was a sequel to the 2007 film ‘Knocked Up’. The film was directed, written, and co-produced by her father Judd Apatow. She portrayed Sadie, the thirteen-year-old daughter of her mother’s onscreen character. The film was a commercial success, but mostly received mixed reviews.
Apatow’s performance earned her a nomination for the ‘Young Artist Award’, for ‘Best Performance in a Feature Film’.
She played a minor role in the American TV series ‘Girls’ in 2015; the series was aired on HBO. It was created by Lena Dunham, and her father Judd Apatow was the executive producer. It focused on the complicated lives of four characters who were living in New York City. The series won several awards including two Emmys and a Golden Globe. Apatow’s most recent works include a supporting role in the 2016 film ‘Other People’ and another supporting role in the 2017 film ‘The House of Tomorrow’.
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Personal Life
Maude Apatow was born on 15th December 1997, in Los Banos, California. She is the oldest daughter of Judd Apatow and his wife Leslie Mann. She is currently pursuing her studies in Radio, Television, Film from the Northwestern University, in Evanston, Illinois. Apart from acting, she is also very popular on Twitter due to her hilarious tweets; as of August 2017, she had almost 200K followers. She is currently believed to be single.

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