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15 Juicy Facts about Bryce Dallas Howard
1. Lone Star
The new “Twilight” star’s full name is Bryce Dallas Howard. She was conceived in Dallas — the source of her middle name.
2. Family Business
Bryce’s father is Oscar-winning actor/director Ron Howard and her mother is Cheryl (nee Alley), an actress and writer. Ron’s father is actor Rance Howard, and his late mother, Jean Speegle Howard, was an actress. Her uncle is character actor Clint Howard.
Bryce was born March 2, 1981.
4. Sibling Similarity
Bryce has 3 younger siblings; twin sisters Paige Howard and Jocelyn Carlyle Howard and brother Reed Cross Howard. All 4 kids were named after places where they were conceived.
Bryce goes by the nickname Bry.
6. Acting Career
Bryce is best known for her roles in “Terminator Salvation,” “Spider Man 3,” “Lady in the Water,” “The Village” and “Manderlay.”
7. Camp Buddies
Bryce attended Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts camp with actress Natalie Portman.
8. Name Change
When Bryce applied to drama school she dropped her last name to avoid special treatment because of her dad. She later had seconds thoughts because “Bryce Dallas” made her sound like a porn star.
Bryce became a vegan after actor Joaquin Phoenix showed her “Earthlings” — a documentary about animal cruelty.
10. Class of '03
Bryce graduated from Tisch School of Arts at NYU with a BFA in Drama, 2003.
11. Love Life
Bryce married her longtime boyfriend, actor Seth Gabel, on June 17, 2006. The pair met at NYU and dated for 5 years.
12. Mama Bryce
Bryce has a son named Theodore Norman Howard Gabel, born February 16, 2007.
13. Next Up
Bryce will be playing the role of Victoria in “Eclipse,” which begins filming in August 2009.
14. Close Pals
Bryce is good friends with actors Kirsten Dunst, Natalie Portman and Jake Gyllenhaal.
15. Extra Fun
Bryce appeared as an extra in three of her father’s films before her film debut in director Alan Brown’s 2004 drama, “Book of Love.”