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Actress Bryce Dallas Howard, daughter of Ron Howard, played Victoria in the third Twilight film and starred in M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village.
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Two years later she appeared in a second Shyamalan project, Lady in Water. Her other credits include Manderlay (2005), As You Like It (2006), The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond (2008), and Terminator Salvation (2009).
Like her father, Bryce Dallas Howard,
who sometimes goes by the nickname of Bry, isn't shy about working on big-budget Hollywood films. In 2007 the actress, playing Gwen Stacy, was one of the stars in the third Batman movie. Then, in the summer of 2009, Howard's name bounded across the Internet and in movie publications when she was tapped to replace Rachelle Lefevre to play the villain Victoria in the upcoming third installment of the Twilight franchise.
In July 2006, Howard married her longtime boyfriend, actor Seth Gabel. Almost immediately, the new bride started talking about having a family, going so far as to give up veganism, instead choosing to simply become a vegetarian. "I went to a doctor actually to see about preparing my body to have a child," she told a reporter. "Because I knew something was a bit wrong. I have an amino acid missing that you can only get from certain kinds of eggs. So, I've been eating a few eggs."
Bryce didn't have to wait long to become a mom. In February 2007, Howard gave birth to a healthy baby boy, named Theodore Norman Howard Gabel. They currently live in Hollywood, California.
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