Who is Hazel Krasinski?

Hazel Krasinski was born on 16 February 2014 under the sign of Aquarius, in California USA. She is a five-year-old girl, as yet recognized only as the daughter of famous filmmaker and actor John Krasinski, and renowned British-American actress Emily Blunt.

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How rich is she, as of now? Hazel Krasinski Net Worth

Hazel Krasinski’s career is yet to come, as she isn’t even a child actress which is not uncommon with offspring of such parents. She still enjoys the net worth of her famous parents. John Krasinski has accumulated through his successful career a total net worth estimated at over $30 million, while it has been estimated by authoritative sources that her mother, Emily Blunt, has an impressive net worth of over $20 million. Their net worth also includes a 5000-square-feet house, valued at over $15 million located in Brooklyn, New York City.

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Famous Parents, Nationality, Ethnicity

Hazel Krasinski is growing up in New York City. She holds American nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnicity. As mentioned, Hazel is known as she hails from famous family – her father shared a photo of her on his Twitter account at the time she was only three months old. Hazel has a younger sister named Violet, who was born in 2016. She is the cousin of Matteo Oliver Tucci, born to her aunt Felicity Blunt and actor Stanley Tucci.

Personal Life, Appearance, Hobbies

Hazel Krasinski is just five years old so too young to be involved in any kind of relationship. Hazel has long natural blonde hair and blue eyes; she enjoys playing with her younger sister. Her parents met each other through a mutual friend at a restaurant, started dating in November 2008, and became engaged in August 2009. The couple eventually exchanged their wedding vows at a ceremony on 10 July 2010 in Como, Italy.

Who Is Her Father? John Krasinski Short Wiki/Bio

John Burke Krasinski was born on 20 October 1979 under the sign of Libra in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. and is of American, Polish and Irish descent. John was raised alongside his two elder brothers in the Newton suburb of Boston, by his father Ronald Krasinski, a doctor who worked as an internist, and his mother, Mary Clare Krasinski, who was a nurse. His elder brothers are Kevin and Paul. He attended Newton South High School, and while there performed as Daddy Warbucks in the school production of “Annie”. Upon matriculation in 1997, he spent some time in Costa Rica, teaching English as a foreign language, then enrolled into Brown University to study English, and graduated with his BA degree in 2001. Afterwards, John studied at the National Theater Institute in Waterford, Connecticut, and attended the Royal Shakespeare Company in England and The Actors Center, based in New York.

Prior to becoming an actor, John served as an intern, including writing scripts for the show “Late Night With Conan O’Brien”.

The 2000s: His Breakthrough, “The Office”, Directorial Debut

John Krasinki made his (uncredited) film debut in the 2000 comedy “State And Main”. His breakthrough role only came in 2005, when he was chosen to portray Jim Halpert in the NBC mockumentary sitcom “The Office”, which continued until 2013; he appeared in every episode, but also served as a director and producer for several. Side by side with filming the series, John worked on film titles, starring in the role of Gideon in the 2006 comedy “A New Wave”, doing a voice over in the 2007 animated film “Shrek The Third”, and featuring as Carter Rutherford in the 2008 sports comedy “Leatherheads”, directed by George Clooney.

In the next year, John made his directorial debut with the comedy-drama “Brief Interviews With Hideous Men”, which received positive reviews and was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. During the same year, he played Harley in the box office success “It’s Complicated”, alongside Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin.

The 2010s: Production Company, “Lip Sync Battle”, “A Quiet Place”

In 2011, John landed the role of Ethan in the romantic comedy “Something Borrowed”, after which he portrayed Peter in Ry Russo-Young’s 2012 drama “Nobody Walks”, and featured as Dustin Noble in the 2012 drama “Promised Land”, for which he also co-wrote the screenplay alongside Matt Damon.

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In the following year, John launched the production company called Sunday Night Productions, together with Allyson Seeger, and started working on the Emmy-Nominated musical reality competitive show “Lip Sync Battle”, which premiered on the Spike Network in April 2015. John then served as an executive producer for the drama “Manchester By The Sea”, based on his idea, and it was followed by his portrayal of Jack Silva in the biographical war film “13 Hours”, both in 2016. During the same year, he directed, produced, and starred as John Hollar, in the romantic comedy film “The Hollars”. John achieved international fame after co-writing and directing the sci-fi horror thriller “A Quite Place”, in which he played Lee Abbott alongside his wife. The film became a major box office hit, and it’s been announced that its sequel “A Quite Place Part II” will be released in March 2020.

Most recently, he was cast as Jack Ryan in the Amazon Video thriller series “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan” between 2018 and 2019.

Who Is Her Mother? Emily Blunt Short Wiki/Bio

Hazel’s mother Emily Blunt, was born on 23 February 1983 under the sign of Pisces in Wandsworth, London, England, of English and Welsh ancestry. She was raised the second of four children by her father, Oliver Simon Peter Blunt, QC, who was a barrister, and her mother, Joanna, an actress. She has a brother named Sebastian, and two sisters, named Felicity and Susannah. She is the granddaughter of Major General Peter Blunt. Emily went to Ibstock Place School, after which she enrolled into Hurtwood House in Dorking, Surrey, where she was spotted by a talent agent.

Career Beginnings

Emily made her debut stage appearance as Gwen in the 2001 production of the play “The Royal Family”, starring opposite Dame Judi Dench, which was followed by her portrayals of Eugenie in Nicholas Wright’s play “Vincent In Brixton”, and Juliet in Indhu Rubasingham’s “Romeo And Juliet”, both in 2002. In the following year, Emily made her film debut in the role of Isolda in the drama “Warrior Queen”, directed by Bill Anderson, after which she starred as Queen Catherine Howard in the made-for-television drama “Henry VIII”. In 2004, Emily played Tamsin in the drama romance “My Summer Of Love”, directed by Pawel Pawlikowski.

International Fame and “The Devil Wears Prada”

In 2005 Emily landed the role of Natasha in Stephen Poliakoff’s made-for-television drama “Gideon’s Daughter”, for which she won the 2007 Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film.

In 2006, she achieved international fame as Emily in David Frankel’s comedy-drama film “The Devil Wears Prada”, along with Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep – the film was a major box office success, grossing over $326 million worldwide. The role earned her nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture and BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role. Thereafter, she featured as Mara in the mystery drama film “Irresistible” (2006), written and directed by Ann Turner.

Continued Success

In 2007, Emily portrayed Jane Liddle in the biographical comedy-drama “Charlie Wilson’s War”, next to Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts, after which she starred as Norah in the 2008 comedy “Sunshine Cleaning”, and played Queen Victoria in Jean-Marc Vallée’s independent period drama film “The Young Victoria” (2009), for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination.

First Half of the 2010s

In 2011, Emily played Elise Sellas in the thriller “The Adjustment Bureau”, alongside Matt Damon. She was nominated for the 2013 Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical for her portrayal of Harriet in the 2011 romantic comedy “Salmon Fishing In The Yemen”. She then starred as Sara in the 2012 sci-fi action “Looper”, next to Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon, played Rita in the commercial success “Edge Of Tomorrow” (2014), opposite Tom Cruise, winning the Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Actress in an Action Movie. She then earned a Golden Globe Award nomination for her portrayal of baker’s wife in Rob Marshall’s adaptation of the musical “Into The Woods” in 2014. In the following year, she played Kate Macer in the action “Sicario”.

Recent and Upcoming Projects

In 2016, Emily featured as Rachel in the thriller “The Girl On The Train”, directed by Tate Taylor. She then did voice overs in “Animal Crackers” and “My Little Pony: The Movie”, both in 2017. It was followed by her portrayal of Evelyn Abbott in the 2018 critically acclaimed sci-fi horror thriller “A Quite Place”, directed by her husband John Krasinski, winning the 2019 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role. In 2018, she also landed the title role in Rob Marshall’s musical comedy fantasy “Mary Poppins Returns”, earning another Golden Globe Award nomination in the Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical category. Moreover, Emily will be featured in several film titles scheduledfor release in 2020 and 2021, including “A Quiet Place Part II”, “Jungle Cruise”, and “Wild Mountain Thyme”.

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