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* NiceGirl: She has shown many times her nicer side.

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* NiceGirl: She has shown Has many times shown her nicer side.


* NiceGirl: She has shown many times her kinder side.

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* NiceGirl: She has shown many times her kinder nicer side.

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* NiceGirl: She has shown many times her kinder side.


* CastTheExpert: She got her roles in Musicals because she is a very capable singer. ''Film/PitchPerfect'', ''Film/IntoTheWoods'', and ''WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}}'' are the big ones.

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* CastTheExpert: She got her Coming from broadway musicals made film roles in Musicals because she is a very capable singer.that involve singing an obvious choice for her. ''Film/PitchPerfect'', ''Film/IntoTheWoods'', and ''WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}}'' are the big ones.

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Anna Cooke Kendrick (born August 9, 1985) is an American actress best known for her role as Beca in the ''Film/PitchPerfect'' trilogy (in which she won a Grammy award for the soundtrack). She also was nominated for an Oscar for ''Literature/UpInTheAir'' and played Jessica in the ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' movies.

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Anna Cooke Kendrick (born August 9, 1985) 1985 in Portland, Maine) is an American actress best known for her role as Beca in the ''Film/PitchPerfect'' trilogy (in which she won a Grammy award for the soundtrack). She also was nominated for an Oscar for ''Literature/UpInTheAir'' and played Jessica in the ''Literature/{{Twilight}}'' movies.


* ''LiveAction/LoveLife'' - A slice of life romantic Netflix mini-series.

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* ''LiveAction/LoveLife'' - A slice of life romantic Netflix mini-series.mini-series where Anna plays the leading role.



* {{Adorkable}}: Her characters tend to be this in most of her movies. Her performances in ''Film/FiftyFifty'' and ''Literature/UpInTheAir'' are the prime examples to the point where she eventually manages to defrost the protagonists by her natural charm. In ''Noelle'' her adorableness is pushed even higher because of her extremely cute Christmas outfits. As for ''WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}}'', Poppy is this taken UpToEleven.

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* {{Adorkable}}: Her characters tend to be this in most of her movies. Her performances in ''Film/FiftyFifty'' and ''Literature/UpInTheAir'' are the prime examples to the point where she eventually manages to defrost the protagonists by her natural charm. In ''Noelle'' her adorableness is pushed even higher because of her extremely cute Christmas outfits. As for ''WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}}'', Poppy is this taken UpToEleven. ''LiveAction/LoveLife'' has her playing the role for an entire mini-series.


* ''Film/TheDayShallCome'' - Kendra Glick

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* ''Film/TheDayShallCome'' by Creator/ChrisMorris - Kendra Glick


A native of Maine, she started her career on Broadway at 12, travelling to New York on Greyhound coaches (with only her 14-year-old brother as chaperone since her parents were too busy to drive her) and eventually got herself a Tony Award nominated role in ''Film/HighSociety''.

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A native of Maine, she started her career on Broadway at 12, travelling to New York on Greyhound coaches (with only her 14-year-old brother as chaperone since her parents were too busy to drive her) and eventually got herself a Tony Award nominated role in a stage production of ''Film/HighSociety''.



* CreatorKiller: ''Film/TheAccountant'' did not reach the box office expectations for a major studio film. Warner Brothers appear to blamed Anna as the reason it didn't pull a bigger audience and this lead to her no longer being offered leading roles in blockbuster films. Since then her output has been indie films written or produced by people in her circle of industry friends and various streaming shows. The biggest role since The Accountant was as the titular ''Film/{{Noelle}}'', and Disney pulled it from a theatrical release, showing it on their streaming service instead.



* StarMakingRole: Her role in ''Literature/UpInTheAir'' gained her recognition and rave reviews from Movie-goers and Movie Critics, and ''Film/PitchPerfect'' propelled her even further towards mainsteam audience.

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* StarMakingRole: Her StarMakingRole:
** Getting a ''Tony Award'' nomination for the stage version of ''Film/HighSociety'' as a young teenager launched her career.
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role in ''Literature/UpInTheAir'' gained her recognition and rave reviews from Movie-goers and Movie Critics, and ''Film/PitchPerfect'' propelled her even further towards mainsteam audience.


* ''LiveAction/LoveLife'' - A slice of life style Netflix mini-series.

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* ''LiveAction/LoveLife'' - A slice of life style romantic Netflix mini-series.


* ''LoveLive'' - A slice of life style Netflix mini-series.

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* ''LoveLive'' ''LiveAction/LoveLife'' - A slice of life style Netflix mini-series.

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* ''LoveLive'' - A slice of life style Netflix mini-series.


* {{Adorkable}}: Her characters tend to be this in most of her movies. Her performances in ''Film/FiftyFifty'' and ''Literature/UpInTheAir'' are the prime examples to the point where she eventually manages to defrost the protagonists by her natural charm. In ''Noelle'' her adorableness is pushed even higher because of her extremely cute Christmas outfits.

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* {{Adorkable}}: Her characters tend to be this in most of her movies. Her performances in ''Film/FiftyFifty'' and ''Literature/UpInTheAir'' are the prime examples to the point where she eventually manages to defrost the protagonists by her natural charm. In ''Noelle'' her adorableness is pushed even higher because of her extremely cute Christmas outfits. As for ''WesternAnimation/{{Trolls}}'', Poppy is this taken UpToEleven.

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** ''Film/PitchPerfect2'' - Beca Mitchell
** ''Film/PitchPerfect3'' - Beca Mitchell


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** ''WesternAnimation/TrollsWorldTour'' - Poppy


* ''Film/StowAway'' - Sci-fi drama that wrapped mid 2019.

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* ''Film/StowAway'' ''[[Film/StowAway2020 Stow-Away]]'' - Sci-fi drama that wrapped mid 2019.

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