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Elizabeth Banks is known as an American actress and director. She is most famous for her roles in 'Spider-Man', '30 Rock', and 'The Hunger Games'.

Background and Age

Elizabeth Maresal Mitchell was born on February 10, 1974, in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. During her youth, she appreciated the outdoors and was dynamic in sports. She broke her leg while sliding into third base during a softball game and thereafter went to the theater, getting a charge out of the companionship and collaboration to be found in performance. Mitchell proceeded to gain her degree from the University of Pennsylvania, graduating magna cum laude, and afterward earned her MFA from the American Conservatory Theater from San Francisco.

Married, Husband and Kids

Banks married film producer and sportswriter Max Handelman in 2003, and together they have two children, Felix and Magnus, both born by means of a surrogate.

Career and Net Worth

Banks lived in New York for a period and obtained on-screen involvement with New York based TV productions like Sex and the City and Third Watch. She featured in the 2000 John Singleton revamp of Shaft before changing her last name to Banks. She did not want to be mistaken for another actress named Elizabeth Mitchell who later featured in the series Lost and V.

In the wake of appearing in the cult classic, Wet Hot American Summer (2001), she played Daily Bugle paper secretary Betty Brant in Spider-Man (2002), trailed by a turn soon thereafter as a bank representative in Steven Spielberg's Catch Me If You Can. Numerous other eminent roles pursued, including parts in The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005), Invincible (2006), Meet Bill (2008), Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008), Definitely, Maybe (2008) and a return of her Brant role in Spider-Man's 2004 and 2007 sequels.

In 2008, Banks featured as First Lady Laura Bush in the Oliver Stone-directed, George W. Bush biopic W. The next year she came back to her guest role on the medicinal comedy Scrubs, in which she had first depicted Dr. Kim Briggs in 2006. Banks proceeded on TV with a common 30 Rock role as moderate news observer Avery Jessup, who turns out to be romantically associated with Alec Baldwin's character, Jack Donaghy. Banks got 2011 and 2012 Emmy nominations for her work.

In November 2019, it was reported that Elizabeth Banks' "Charlie's Angels" reboot might not have been a hit with pundits or in the cinema world, yet the director is as yet satisfied with her movie. Banks directed, produced, featured in and co-wrote the screenplay for the "Charlie's Angels" reboot. The film, which got a score of 58% on Rotten Tomatoes, opened beneath expectations with $8.6 million locally and $19.3 million abroad.

Date modified: Jun 21, 2020
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