|Who is it?||Actress|
|Birth Day||January 14, 1975|
|Birth Place||Los Angeles, California, United States, United States|
|Age||45 YEARS OLD|
|Spouse(s)||Conor O'Neill (2001–05)|
|Parent(s)||Cheryl Ladd David Ladd|
|Relatives||Alan Ladd (grandfather) Sue Carol (grandmother) Alan Ladd Jr. (half-uncle) Shane Ladd (half-sister) Lindsay Russell (stepsister) Brian Russell (stepfather) Thatt Lad (blood-brother)|
Ladd was born in Hollywood, California, the daughter of Charlie's Angels star Cheryl Ladd (née Stoppelmoor) and David Ladd, a Producer and former actor. Her parents divorced in 1980. Her paternal grandfather was actor Alan Ladd, and her paternal grandmother was Sue Carol (née Evelyn Lederer), a Hollywood talent agent and Actress. She has a stepsister, Lindsay Russell, an aspiring Actress. She graduated from high school in 1993. She then attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
At the age of two, Ladd began appearing in commercials. Her first commercial was for Polaroid. She began acting in film and television while in school, working with her mother in films such as The Girl Who Came Between Them (1990) and Broken Promises: Taking Emily Back (1993). After graduating high school, she took up acting professionally.
In 1994, she guest appeared in the NBC series Saved by the Bell: The New Class episode "The Return of Screech", and followed that appearance with a role opposite Alyssa Milano in the horror-thriller feature Embrace of the Vampire. She was going to play the role of Amy Blue in the teen drama film The Doom Generation (1995), until her mother vetoed her playing the role at the last minute. She was replaced by Rose McGowan, who would later appear with her in Death Proof (2007). She spent the majority of the 1990s appearing in a variety of independent films, including Inside Out, Nowhere, Stand-ins, and Taking the Plunge. In 1999, she landed her first high-profile role as a popular teenager who tortures Drew Barrymore's character in the teen comedy Never Been Kissed, during its filming, Barrymore – who also produced the film – asked Ladd if she would like to appear in her film adaptation of Charlie's Angels (2000), but Ladd turned it down.
She married her longtime boyfriend, documentary film Editor Conor O'Neill, in 2001. The couple divorced in July 2005.
She appeared in The Specials (2000), a comedy about a group of superheroes on their day off; in the film she played a neurotic named Nightbird. That year, she had the starring role as an Actress who vying for an Academy Award in E! first original film Best Actress. Ladd established herself as an independent film Actress, appearing in Boys Life 3 and David Lynch's short film Darkened Room. She starred as the lead role in Eli Roth's 2002 horror film Cabin Fever, which was a moderate success at the box office. In 2004, she won the role of Penelope in the horror film Club Dread, and starred in the direct-to-video horror Madhouse. Ladd appeared opposite Anna Faris, Ryan Reynolds, and Justin Long in the independent romantic comedy Waiting..., which opened in the U.S. on October 7, 2005.
After a small role in the film Inland Empire (2006), she was cast as Shanna in Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof, a segment of the film Grindhouse. She won acclaim for her performance as the character Madeline Matheson in the horror film Grace. It was screened at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. In 2010, she starred as Cynthia in Wishing Well, a made-for-television film about a Journalist from New York City who gets sent to a small town in Illinois to report on a legendary wishing well.
In 2016, she appeared in the thriller Brentwood Strangler opposite Australian actor Adam J. Yeend and Annika Marks.