Anna Kendrick's Broadway debut came at age 12, earning her a Tony Award nomination for her role in "High Society."
Anna Kendrick is fluent in French, showcasing her bilingual skills.
Overcoming childhood stuttering through acting, Anna Kendrick found a path to improve her speech.
Apart from acting, Anna Kendrick is a published author with her book "Scrappy Little Nobody."
Graduating high school early at 16, Anna Kendrick completed her education ahead of her peers.
The hit song "Cups" from "Pitch Perfect" is a reworked version of the folk song "When I'm Gone."
Anna Kendrick moved to LA at 17 to pursue acting, opting not to attend college.
Anna Kendrick’s film debut was in "Camp" (2003), an independent musical drama.
Despite her exceptional singing, Anna Kendrick has never received formal vocal training.
Although she auditioned for Bella Swan in "Twilight," Anna Kendrick secured the role of Jessica Stanley, launching her film career.