Mischa Barton

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Real Name: Mischa Barton
Birthday: 01/24/1986



One of Hollywood's “50 Most Beautiful People”, Mischa Barton has accomplished far more than most young stars have at such a young age. Her appealing charisma on television and her talented work on the movie screen have made her one of the most desired actresses in show business.

Born in London and raised in New York City, Mischa Barton realized her fate to be an actress at a very early age. At nine years old, she and her sister attended summer camp, where they were asked to create and perform their own skits. Her sketch about turtles was so convincing and professional that she caught the eye of a talent agent that was using the camp to scout new actors. 

Thrilled about her discovery, her parents jumped at the chance to help support their daughter’s talents and supported her decision to chase a career in acting. Mischa first began her career in stardom in theater, where she was cast in the lead role in “Slavs!” (1994-1995) and worked opposite future Oscar winner Marissa Tomei. 

Mischa then worked in more Broadway productions such as “Twelve Dreams” (1995) and “Where the Truth Lies” (1996), which was part of the New York Shakespeare Festival. Her inviting stage presence not only brought more acting work, but her good looks also attracted the attention of the modeling world.

As a pre-teen, Barton had transitioned from Broadway Theater to the television as a recurring character on the daytime soap opera, “All My Children” (1994), while working at balancing advertising campaigns for major corporations such as Calvin Klein and Vogue. With a growing career, it was only a short time before her hard work and experience paid off. In 1997, Barton made her movie introduction in the Sundance Film Festival “Lawn Dogs,” where she showed her acting ability as a girl who creates debate in her neighborhood after becoming friends with an outcast. 

Not long after "Lawn Dogs",  Barton was hired and cast in a small, but important roles in 1999’s “Notting Hill” working with top talent like Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant, and the thriller, “The Sixth Sense” with powerhouse talent Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment.

In 2000, Mischa played a young girl excited to lose her virginity in “Skipped Parts” featuring an all-star cast alongside Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Brad Renfro, and in 2001 Mischa was the bashful roommate of lesbian gay lovers at a boarding school in “Lost and Delirious.” By age fifteen, she had compiled a remarkable acting resume that most adult actors today can only dream of, and she was not about to stop.

Mischa Barton was a certified Hollywood celebrity and every producer wanted her in their projects.

Mischa next costarred with Jessica Alba in "Paranoid" (2000), then starred with Melanie Griffith and Dominique Swain in "Tart" with Brad Renfro (2001), appeared with Courtney Love in "Julie Johnson" (2001).

Barton showed off her skills and talents once again as she returned to television with a recurring role in the smash hit show "Once and Again" during its 2001-'02 season. In 2003, she acted with Madeleine Stowe in the horror thriller "Octane".

The breakout role that made Mischa Barton famous was on the television show "The O.C." with Adam Brody. In this smash hit series geared to young adults, she played an affluent Orange County high school student who has troubles adjusting to her surroundings. She appeared on the O.C. series from 2003 until 2006.

In 2007, Barton appeared in three movies: "Closing the Ring", "St. Trinian's" and "Virgin Territory" with Star Wars star Hayden Christensen. 

But in 2007, Barton got into trouble with the law when she was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence, possession of marijuana and driving without a valid license. She was released on bail shortly after her arrest.

In 2008, Mischa had movie roles in "Assassination of a High School President" alongside Bruce Willis, "Don't Fade Away" and "You and I", a film produced by the Russian band t.A.T.u. 

Barton was also in the 2008 movies "Walled In", "Malice in Sunderland" and "Homecoming." Mischa wrapped her year with the dramatic "Don't Fade Away" (2008), a story about when life was easy for Jackson White - with good looks, brains, and athletic ability, the world's possibilities seemed limitless. But, when Jackson came to New York to deek a career in the music industry, he was so seduced by money and status that he lost track of who he was.


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