Anna Kendrick – The Brightest And The Chirpiest

Personal Life

Anna Kendrick wrote a book called “Scrappy Little Nobody” which was published in 2016. The book is a must read filled with humorous tales based on Anna’s life experiences. Anna Kendrick has hosted Saturday Night Live and acted in television shows like Billy on the Street, Fear Itself and Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

The actress has been featured in few music videos like “Pow Pow” and “Do it anyway”. “Cups (When I’m Gone)” is a song released by Anna Kendrick that debuted at number 93 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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In the year 2009, director Edgar Wright and Anna Kendrick began dating after falling in love on the sets of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. The relationship lasted for about 4 years. Googling “Anna Kendrick husband” will lead to no correct results because the actress has never been married.

She is currently dating Ben Richardson who is a British cinematographer. Kendrick mostly keeps out of the tabloids and celebrity drama.

The actress has starred alongside great actors such as Chris Pine, Miles Teller, Jennifer Aniston, Johnny Depp and Emily Blunt.


Critics have admired Kendricks ability to draw attention to herself in every scene. This versatile actress brings an innovative freshness to her roles and leaves her audiences thoroughly entertained. Anna Kendrick’s million dollar smile leave viewers feeling cheerful and pleasant.

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