Angourie Rice at Cannes Film Festival in 2017.
|Born||c. 2001 (age 16–17)|
Rice lives in Melbourne, with her parents Jeremy Rice, a director, and Kate Rice, a writer. She also lived in Perth for five years and in Munich, Germany for one year before moving back to Melbourne.
In 2013 Rice made her feature film acting debut with apocalyptic thriller film These Final Hours. She also appeared in the live action sequences at the beginning and end of the animated film Walking with Dinosaurs.
In 2016, Rice had her break-out performance as Holly March in the action comedy The Nice Guys opposite Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe. She also appeared in the science-fiction fantasy film Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows as Tegan, a supernatural villain.
In 2017, she played Eliza Wishart in the Australian film adaptation of the novel Jasper Jones which garnered several AACTA nominations. She also played Jane in The Beguiled and played Betty Brant in the reboot Spider-Man: Homecoming.
|2009||Hidden Clouds||Edith||Short film|
|2013||Coping||Lou Lou||Short film|
|These Final Hours||Rose|
|Walking with Dinosaurs||Jade|
|2016||Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows||Tegan|
|The Nice Guys||Holly March|
|2017||Jasper Jones||Eliza Wishart|
|Spider-Man: Homecoming||Betty Brant|
|Ladies in Black||Lisa||Post-production|
|2014||The Doctor Blake Mysteries||Lisa Wooton||Episode: "The Silence"|
|2014||Worst Year of My Life Again||Ruby||Episode: "Halloween"|
|2015||Mako: Island of Secrets||Neppy||Episode: "Stowaway"|
- Hawker, Philippa (13 October 2014). "Angourie Rice juggles high school and Hollywood". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
- "Australian actor Angourie Rice wins dream role as hunk Ryan Gosling's daughter". The Daily Telegraph. 30 September 2014. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
- Groves, Don (6 July 2015). "Cinema release for Nowhere Boys movie". if.com.au. Retrieved 7 May 2016.
- Bulbeck, Pip (3 October 2017). "Angourie Rice to Star in Australian Period Drama 'Ladies in Black'". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 18 February 2018.
- "Bruce Beresford's 'Ladies in Black' holds a mirror to multicultural Australia". 18 April 2018.