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Serena Reeder is an American theater, film, and television actor and screenwriter. Reeder was born in Washington, DC on April 8, 1983. She is best known for her roles in the films The Bucket List, Get Rich or Die Tryin', The Architect, The Brooklyn Heist, and Weapons.

Early Life and education

Reeder was born and raised in Washington DC.[1] She attended the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, DC for theater.[2] She graduated from the Juilliard School with a B.F.A degree in 2005.[3]

Career

In 2005, Reeder's first professional role came before she graduated from Juilliard in Get Rich or Die Tryin'. She was cast as 50 Cent's mother by the six time Academy Award nominee Jim Sheridan. This marked her film debut and the first time she worked with two time Academy Award nominee Viola Davis, playing her daughter. The movie was released November 9, 2005.

In the summer of 2005, she was cast in The Architect, directed by Matt Tauber marking the second time she would play the daughter of Viola Davis.

In 2006, she was cast as the lead in Jazz in the Diamond District.[4]

Reeder was cast as Morgan Freeman's daughter in The Bucket List, a 2007 comedy-drama starring Jack Nicholson and directed by Rob Reiner.[5]

Filmography

Films

Reeder's film appearances, roles and awards
Year Title Role Awards, notes
2005 Get Rich or Die Tryin' Katrina
2006 The Architect Cammie
2007 Weapons Darnelle
2007 I tried Emily
2007 The Bucket List Rachel
2008 The Brooklyn Heist Maya
2009 May Fly The Girl
Year Film Credit Notes
2009 May Fly writer

Television

Reeder's television appearances and roles
Year Title Role Notes
2008 Medium Ms.Hastings TV film

References

  1. Gray, amy (March 23, 2007). SERENA REEDER. papermag.com. Paper Publishing.
  2. Oliver, Courtney (June 27, 2007). Artist of the month..Serena Reeder. restoration.blogspot.com.
  3. alumni news. www.juilliard.edu. The Juilliard School (March 2008).
  4. Dodd, Stacy (July 12, 2005). Serena Reeder. variety.com. Variety.
  5. Dodd, Stacy (October 11, 2006). Serena Reeder. papermag.com. Variety.

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