American actress Brigette Lundy-Paine began her show business career as a toddler and continued a steady rise into a multifaceted adult performer. Born in Portland, Oregon, she grew up in Alameda, California, where her family was actively involved in the Bay Area theater scene. She began making on-stage appearances in projects involving her parents before she was three. Eventually, she went east to attend New York University. It was there that she came to the attention of a broader cross-section of the entertainment industry. She was soon cast as a college student opposite Emma Stone and Joaquin Phoenix in Woody Allen's "Irrational Man" (2015). A small role followed on "One Bad Choice" (MTV, 2015), before the actress starred in the Nike-produced web-series "Margot vs. Lily" (2016). She joined the cast of "The Glass Castle" (2017) playing the younger sister of author Jeannette Walls, played by Brie Larson. She was then cast as one of the leads in the family drama "Atypical" (Netflix, 2017- ) playing the protective younger sister of Keir Gilchrist's autistic teen. She continued acting in films as well, with supporting roles in Alexander Payne's "Downsizing" (2017) and "The Wilde Wedding" (2018) with Glenn Close and John Malkovich. She also played Four Finger Annie opposite Johnny Knoxville in the comedy "Action Point" (2018). Keeping with the comedic theme, Lundy-Paine then joined the cast of "Bill & Ted Face the Music" (2020), playing the daughter of Keanu Reeves' Ted.