Who is Hazel Krasinski?
American celebrity child Hazel Krasinski was born under the zodiac sign Aquarius in California USA, on 16 February 2014. She’s only known for being the daughter of famous American actor and moviemaker John Krasinski, and British-American actress Emily Olivia Laura Blunt.
Early life and education
Hazel’s being raised in both London, England and Los Angeles, California alongside her younger sister Violet, born on 4 July 2016; the girls don’t know that their parents are famous, as John and Emily want them to be able to lead normal lives.
Hazel’s currently attending a local elementary school, and it’s believed that she’s become interested in acting, despite not knowing that her parents are famous; it’s been reported that she’s already appeared in a couple of theatre plays, but this is yet to be confirmed by Hazel’s parents.
She’s today taking dance lessons and has become a lover of animals; Hazel should be enrolling at high school only in 2030.
Appearance and net worth
Hazel’s age is seven. She has brown eyes and blonde hair, is 3ft 11ins (1.2m) tall and weighs around 50lbs (22kgs).
Hazel’s parents John and Emily’s shared net worth’s been estimated at over $80 million, as of August 2023.
Who is her father John?
American actor John Burke Krasinski was born under the zodiac sign Libra in Boston, Massachusetts USA, on 20 October 1979. He has 55 acting credits and is perhaps known best for starring as Jack Ryan in all 30 episodes of the critically acclaimed action thriller series “Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan”, which also starred Wendell Pierce and Michael Kelly, and was created by Graham Roland and Carlton Cuse. It follows the life of CIA analyst Jack Ryan, the series aired from 2018 through 2023, and won two of its 28 award nominations.
Unlike the Jack Ryan film series, the show is not based on any of Tom Clancy's novels. John Krasinski describes the plot…
John was raised in Boston alongside his two older brothers, by their father of Polish descent Roland Krasinski who was a doctor, and mother of Irish descent Mary Clare (nee Doyle) who was a nurse; the family’s Catholic. John was 12 when he appeared in his first school play, portraying Daddy Warbucks in a production of the musical “Annie”, and he was a high school senior when cast to star in a satirical play by American actor and comedian Benjamin Joseph Manaly Novak. The year 1997 saw John matriculate from Newton South High School, and he then enrolled at Brown University, graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in English language and playwriting in 2001; he then also honed his acting skills at the Actors Center in New York City and National Theatre Institute in Waterford, Connecticut.
John’s debut film role was playing Judge’s Assistant in the 2000 comedy “State and Main”, which starred Philip Seymour Hoffman and William H. Macy, and was written and directed by David Mamet. It follows a movie crew as they’re shooting a film at a small town, and it won seven of its 15 award nominations. John’s debut TV series role was voicing Process Server in the 2003 episode “Good Advice” of the comedy “Ed”.
He portrayed Corporal Harrigan in the critically acclaimed 2005 biographical war movie “Jarhead”, which starred Jake Gyllenhaal and Jamie Foxx, and was directed by Sam Mendes. It follows a US Marine sniper as he’s struggling with boredom and sense of isolation during the Gulf War; the movie won six of its 18 award nominations. Some of John’s notable performances in the remainder of the decade were in the 2006 comedy movie “For Your Consideration”, the 2009 comedy film “Brief Interviews with Hideous Men”, and the 2009 romantic comedy film “It’s Complicated”.
From 2005 through 2013, he starred as Jim Halpert in the critically acclaimed comedy series “The Office”, which also starred Jenna Fischer and Steve Carell, and which Stephen Merchant and Ricky Gervais created. It follows a group of office workers during their everyday lives, the series aired from 2005 through 2013 and won 51 of the 246 awards for which it was nominated; the website IMDb has ranked “The Office” the #26 best TV series of all time.
In 2016, John starred as Jack Silva in the popular historical action movie “13 Hours”, which also starred Pablo Schreiber and James Badge Dale, and was directed by Michael Bay. It follows a security team during an attack on a US compound in Libya, and the film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Achievement in Sound Mixing.
John’s three most recent film roles have been in the 2021 action adventure comedy “Free Guy”, the 2022 action adventure fantasy “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” and the 2022 animated action adventure “DC League of Super-Pets” (voice role).
He and Emily Blunt began dating in November 2008, and he asked her to marry him in August 2009; the private ceremony was held on 10 July 2010 in Como, Italy.
John’s a huge fan of Major League Baseball (MLB) and cheers for the Boston Red Sox.
Who is Hazel’s mother Emily Blunt?
British-American actress Emily Olivia Laura Blunt was born under the zodiac sign of Pisces in London, England, on 23 February 1983. She has 52 acting credits, and is perhaps known best for starring alongside Tom Cruise in the 2014 action science fiction adventure movie “Edge of Tomorrow”, directed by Doug Liman, and which follows a group of soldiers fighting alien invaders; the film won 11 of its 49 award nominations.
Emily was raised in London alongside her brother Sebastian and sisters Susannah and Felicity, by their father Oliver Blunt who was a barrister, and mother Joanna who was an actress and professor. Emily was seven when she began having problems with stuttering, but overcame the disorder with the help of acting by age 14; this is one of the reasons why Emily’s today sitting on the board of directors of the American Institute of Stuttering. She studied at Ibstock Place School prior to transferring to Hurtwood House aged 16, from which she matriculated in 2001; Emily hasn’t attended college.
Her film debut was playing Isolda in the 2003 historical action “Warrior Queen”, and the same year saw her play Catherine Howard in the biographical historical movie “Henry VIII”, which starred Joss Ackland and Ray Winstone, and which Pete Travis directed. It follows the life of King Henry VIII and the film won one of its two award nominations.
Emily’s debut TV series role was playing Lucy Markham in the 2003 episode “War Games” of the crime mystery “Foyle’s War”, and some of her following roles were in the 2004 romantic drama “My Summer of Love”, the 2005 biographical drama “The Strange Case of Sherlock Holmes & Arthur Conan Doyle”, and the 2007 romantic comedy “The Jane Austen Book Club”.
The year 2010 saw her star as Princess Mary in the adventure family comedy movie “Gulliver’s Travels”, which also starred Jack Black and was directed by Rob Letterman; it follows author Lemuel Gulliver who’s ended up on the mysterious island of Lilliput, where little people live, and the film was nominated for three awards. The year 2011 saw Emily appear in six movies, with some of the most popular amongst these having been the romantic crime mystery “The Adjustment Bureau”, the romantic comedy “Salmon Fishing in Yemen” and the short musical “Yves Saint Laurent: Opium”.
— PVR INOX Pictures (@PicturesPVR) September 3, 2015
She starred as Kate Macer in the critically acclaimed 2015 crime action “Sicario”, which also starred Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin, and was directed by Denis Villeneuve. It follows an FBI agent who’s begun working in the border area between Mexico and the USA, and the film won 15 of the 172 awards for which it was nominated, including three Oscar nominations for Best Achievement in Sound Editing, Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures and Best Achievement in Cinematography.
Some of Emily’s most recent roles have been in the 2021 action adventure comedy movie “Jungle Cruise”, all six episodes of the 2022 western mini-series “The English”, and the 2023 biographical historical movie “Oppenheimer”.
She’s won 22 of her 134 award nominations.
Prior to meeting John, Emily was in a three-year relationship with Michael Buble, a popular Canadian singer-songwriter; the two met in 2005 and then lived together in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
She became a naturalized US citizen in August 2015, and has revealed that holding dual citizenship has helped her with her tax situation.