Peyton List (actress, born 1998)
List in 2013
Peyton Roi List
April 6, 1998
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Relatives||Spencer List (twin brother)|
Peyton Roi List (born April 6, 1998) is an American actress and model. List appeared in various films and television episodes as a young child and modeled for tween magazines and companies. In 2011, she joined the cast of Jessie as Emma Ross, the eldest of four siblings that are being cared for by a young nanny. In 2015, she reprised the role in the spinoff series Bunk'd. She is also recognized for playing Holly Hills in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid film series, and for the role of Tory in Cobra Kai. She also starred as Ellie O'Brien in the 2016 Disney Channel Original Movie The Swap.
She attended The Carroll School (P.S. 58) for elementary school, and the New Voices School for Academic and Creative Arts (M.S. 443) for middle school, both in New York City. She attended Oak Park High School in Oak Park, California, where she graduated in 2016.
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List first began acting with television and film appearances. She first made an uncredited appearance on the soap opera As the World Turns in 2002. In 2004, she appeared on the television show All My Children as Bess, and in the same year made a cameo appearance in the feature film Spider-Man 2, which was uncredited. She continued to appear in guest roles and cameos as well as making another uncredited appearance on the live show Saturday Night Live until 2008, when she had her first major role in the feature film 27 Dresses, starring as the young version of the character Jane Nichols. The film was a commercial success, and served as List’s acting debut.
List began to appear in more feature films, and in 2010 was cast in alongside Robert Pattinson in the film Remember Me, as a girl who bullies Pattinson's character's little sister. The film was a box-office success. In the same year, List had begun her work with Disney, and appeared in the Disney film The Sorcerer's Apprentice, which turned to be a box-office bomb. She also was cast in Lifetime Movie Network's Secrets in the Walls, alongside Jeri Ryan and Kay Panabaker.
List starred in Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days. She had a major role as Holly Hills, the crush of Greg. The cast, including List, had won a Young Artist Award. From 2011 to 2015, she starred as Emma Ross, the eldest of four children, on the Disney Channel series Jessie alongside Debby Ryan and her Diary of a Wimpy Kid co-star Karan Brar. On February 25, 2015, it was announced that Jessie would end after its fourth season, and that List, along with Brar and Skai Jackson, would reprise their roles in the spinoff series Bunk'd.
Peyton List shares the same name with a fellow actress, Peyton List (born 1986). The younger List was interviewed by Access Hollywood, saying she uses Peyton R. List to avoid confusion. Union SAG-AFTRA's policy avoids actors with the same name; this instance went unnoticed. They appeared in the same scene — when the older List starred on As the World Turns as Lucy Montgomery. Years later, the younger List cited confusion when they stayed at the same hotel — they received daily call sheets and voicemails for each other. IndieWire noted the confusion appeared on the website Wikipedia, where both actresses's articles started out with exactly the same introduction text of: "Peyton List is an American actress and model."
|2004||Spider-Man 2||Little girl playing on steps||Uncredited|
|2008||27 Dresses||Young Jane Nichols|
|2009||Confessions of a Shopaholic||Shoestore girl #2|
|2010||The Sorcerer's Apprentice||Young Becky|
|2011||Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules||Holly Hills|
|2011||Something Borrowed||Young Darcy Rhone|
|2012||The Trouble with Cali||Young Cali Bluejones|
|2012||Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days||Holly Hills||Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Ensemble Cast|
|2014||The Seventh Dwarf||Princess Rose||Voice role|
|2016||The Thinning||Laina Michaels|||
|2017||The Outcasts||Mackenzie||Originally titled The Outskirts; scheduled for a 2015 release, but held until 2017|
|2018||The Thinning: New World Order||Laina Michaels|
|2018||Then Came You||Ashley|
|2019||Batman: Hush||Barbara Gordon / Batgirl||Voice role|
|TBA||Hubie Halloween||TBA||Upcoming direct-to-video film|
|2002||As the World Turns||Little girl in diner||Season 47, episode 143; uncredited|
|2004||All My Children||Bess||Season 35, episode 229|
|2005||Late Show with David Letterman||Young tourist at the Paul Shaffer hotel||Season 12, episode 194|
|2007||Saturday Night Live||Little girl||Episode: "LeBron James/Kanye West"; uncredited|
|2008||Cashmere Mafia||Sasha Burden||4 episodes|
|2008||Wonder Pets||Piglet #1 / chick #1||Voice role; episode: "Kalamazoo"|
|2008||Late Show with David Letterman||Von Trapp kid||Season 15, episode 73; uncredited|
|2009||Gossip Girl||Little girl #1||Episode: "Enough About Eve"|
|2010||Secrets in the Walls||Molly Easton||Television film|
|2011||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Young Larissa Welsh||Episode: "Possessed"|
|2011–2015||Jessie||Emma Ross||Main role|
|2012||The Dog Who Saved the Holidays||Eve||Voice role; television film|
|2012||Austin & Ally||Emma Ross||Episode: "Austin & Jessie & Ally All Star New Year"|
|2013||A Sister's Nightmare||Emily Ryder||Television film|
|2013–2014||Pass the Plate||Herself||Co-host; seasons 2–3|
|2014||I Didn't Do It||Sherri||Episode: "Dance Fever"|
|2014||Ultimate Spider-Man||Emma Ross||Voice role; episode: "Halloween Night at the Museum"|
|2015–2018||Bunk'd||Emma Ross||Main role|
|2015||K.C. Undercover||Emma||Episode: "All Howl's Eve"|
|2016||The Swap||Ellie O'Brien||Disney Channel Original Movie|
|2018||Happy Together||Sierra||Episode: Pilot|
|2018-2019||Light as a Feather||Olivia Richmond||Main role (season 1), Guest (season 2)|
|2019||Project Runway All Stars||Herself (Guest Judge)||Season 7, Episode 5|
|2019||Cobra Kai||Tory||Recurring role|
|2018||"Only You"||Cheat Codes and Little Mix|
Awards and nominations
|2013||Young Artist Award||Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Ensemble Cast||Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days||Won|||
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- Nguyen, Hanh (October 5, 2016), "Peyton List-icle: 6 Ways to Identify Which Peyton List Is Which", IndieWire, retrieved November 29, 2016,
'Peyton List is an American actress and model.' This Wikipedia description is accurate and true. The problem? It’s true about two different people. That’s right. Two Peyton Lists are working actresses and models. Two Peyton Lists are, um, listed on IMDb. Two Peyton Lists are currently on our TVs. Two Peyton Lists are confusing our Google searches. Two Peyton Lists are messing with our minds.
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- McNary, Dave (March 8, 2017). "Swen Group Moves Into U.S. Distribution With Victoria Justice's 'Outcasts' (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved March 8, 2017.
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- Pedersen, Erik (June 4, 2018). "'Light As A Feather' Cast Set: Liana Liberato, Haley Ramm, Peyton List, Others Join Hulu & AwesomenessTV Drama". Deadline. Retrieved August 7, 2018.
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- Mele, Sofia (July 13, 2018). "Cheat Codes and Little Mix Tell a Mermaid Love Story in Vibrant 'Only You' Video: Watch". Billboard. Retrieved July 13, 2018.
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