Hailee Steinfeld is a force to be reckoned with, as a Golden Globe and Academy Award nominated actor, multi-platinum recording musician, and producer. At the age of 25, she has already amassed an enviable resume. This year, Steinfeld will reprise her role as “Spider-Gwen” in Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse (Part Two). Most recently, Steinfeld played role of Kate Bishop in Marvel’s highly anticipated series Hawkeye, earning her Fan Favorite Actress of 2021 by the Golden Tomato Awards. Steinfeld leads and executive produces Apple TV+’s hit original show Dickinson, for which she received a 2020 Peabody Award. She also voiced the role of Vi in Netflix’s Arcane, based on Riot Games’ League of Nations. Previously, Steinfeld starred in Paramount’s Bumblebee in support of the film release, the multi-faceted artist debuted “Back to Life,” an original song on the film’s soundtrack. She also starred in the second and third installments of the hit franchise Pitch Perfect, accompanied by three Teen Choice Award nominations for her work in both acting and singing. Steinfeld’s leading performance in the critically acclaimed film The Edge of Seventeen garnered her two Critics’ Choice Award nominations and a Golden Globe nomination. Her big-screen debut was in 2010 with the Coen Brothers’ film True Grit, for which she earned an Oscar nomination. In addition to her TV and film career, she has cemented herself as a leader in the pop music by releasing a series of certified hits. In addition to her breakout double-platinum debut single “Love Myself,” her growing discography encompasses the triple-platinum hit “Starving,” and platinum-certified singles “Most Girls” and “Let Me Go.” Most recently, she released her second extended play “Half Written Story” in 2020, which is considered the first half of a two-piece project, with her forthcoming third EP.