Emma Roberts has established herself as one of the most successful actors of her generation. From her early years with starring roles in films such as Nancy Drew, Hotel for Dogs and Aquamarine, Roberts became a teen icon.
Unlike many of her peers of the day, Roberts has persevered and evolved into an actress of both commercial and critical acclaim. From roles in box office hits such as Valentine’s Day to We’re the Millers, Roberts has adeptly gone from commercial to indie success with relative ease. Her starring roles in the critically acclaimed Palo Alto, the directorial debut of Gia Coppola, Adult World opposite John Cusack and The Art of Getting By (one of the biggest sales at the Sundance Film Festival) have garnered her a place in film history.
Lately, Roberts has established herself as one of Ryan Murphy’s leading ladies with her breakout roles in American Horor Story Coven, Freakshow and the starring role in the FOX hit series Scream Queens. Roberts can be most recently seen in the starring role in Nerve directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman opposite Dave Franco and The Blackcoat’s Daughter directed by Oz Perkins.
In 2017, Roberts launched Belletrist, a social media–based book club. She will be giving recommendations, sharing what she’s reading and creating a space for participants to come together and discuss.
Roberts continues to amass millions of fans and recently appeared on the covers of Teen Vogue, Allure and Glamour magazines. She has over 10 million followers on her social media accounts.