|Brigette Lundy-Paine Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 8.5 in|
|Date of Birth||August 10, 1994|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
Brigette Lundy-Paine is an actress best known for the portrayal of Casey Gardner in Atypical. They have also appeared in films like Irrational Man, The Glass Castle, The Wilde Wedding, Downsizing, and Action Point. They also attracted a lot of media attention when they declared themselves as being queer in 2018. Brigette has a huge social media fan base with more than 500k followers on Instagram.
Brigette Renee Lundy-Paine
Brooklyn, New York, United States
- Father – Robert Paine
- Mother – Laura Lundy
Brigette is represented by The Gersh Agency, Inc.
5 ft 8½ in or 174 cm
56 kg or 123.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Dark Brown (Natural)
They often tend to dye their hair ‘black’ or ‘blonde’.
In September 2018, they came out as ‘Queer’.
In November 2019, Brigette came out as ‘Non-Binary’.
Best Known For
Portraying the character of Casey Gardner in Atypical, a Netflix comedy series
Brigette made their theatrical film debut in Irrational Man as Braylin Student in 2015.
First TV Show
Brigette made their first TV show appearance on One Bad Choice as Danielle in 2015.
As per a post on their Instagram, Brigette likes to do cycling as a part of working out.
Brigette Lundy-Paine Facts
- They started getting attracted to acting when they were very young.
- They acted for the first time at the age of 5 in the kindergarten production of Rumpelstiltskin, in which they played the title role.
- Growing up, they wanted to be a scientist.
- As a young girl, they always volunteered to play the male lead.
- They co-founded an online art magazine titled Waif which they claim to be their version of “Vogue meets The New Yorker”.
- Brigette is also associated with a band called Subtle Pride and plays improvised live songs with them whenever they get time off from filming.
- As per an interview in 2018, they stated that in their free time, they usually volunteer as an English tutor.
- In 2018, they declared themselves to be queer and later in 2019, to be ‘non-binary’.
Featured Image by Brigette Lundy-Paine / Instagram