Thursday, 15 June 2017

Britt Robertson

Brittany Leanna Robertson was born on April 18, 1990. She is an American actress best known for her work in 2015 movie Tomorrowland as Casey Newton, 2015 movie The Longest Ride as Sophia Danko, 2012 movie The First Time as Aubrey Miller and 2007 movie Dan in Real Life as Cara to name a few. Her most recent work has been in TV series Girlboss in which she plays the role of Sophia. She also acted n the 2017 movie A Dog's Purpose as Teen Hannah.

Britt Robertson Religion

Britt hasn't spoken about her religion or faith. Despite having active social media outlets she hasn't hinted very much about what her faith or religion is. For now, all we can do is guess and our best guess would be that she is a Christian.

Britt Robertson Political Views

Britt hasn't been very politically involved judging by her social media profiles but she did have a post on US Presidential Elections voting day supporting Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton badge that said her slogan "I'm With Her". Judging by that, we think that she is a liberal and might be a Democrat. 

Who is she dating? 

Britt has been dating American actor Dylan O'Brien since September 2011. They met on the set of 2012 film 'The First Time'. Dylan is known for his work in movies like 2011 movie Teen Wolf and 2015 movie Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials.

In the past, she has dated American actor Logan Henderson in 2011 and British actor Gregg Sulkin in 2010.

Britt Robertson Hobbies

Britt is a pretty active person and that is evident by her Instagram account. She likes to read books, watch reality TV and campaign for causes that are close to her heart. She also follows baseball and likes to watch it.

Interesting Facts

She was raised by her grandmother for a good portion of her life and moved to Los Angeles herself to be an actor.

She is the oldest of seven children.

Her favorite baseball team is the Mets.

She has a fundraiser to Save Camp Anuenue which is a camp in Hawaii for children who have had cancer or those suffering from cancer.