Sunday 9 July 2017

Mae Whitman

Mae Margaret Whitman was born on the 9th of June 1988. She is an American actress, voice actress and singer famous for her work in Bye Bye Love 1995, Independence Day 1996, One Fine Day 1996, Hope Floats 1998, An American Rhapsody 2001, The Jungle Book 2 2003, The Bondage 2006, Boogeyman 2 2007, Nights in Rodanthe 2008, The Perks of Being a Wallflower 2012, The Duff 2015, Freaks of Nature 2015 and Operator 2016. She was last seen in the movie CHiPs released in March 2017 and is now preparing for her next film Valley Girl. She has done several television series as well like After Jimmy, Friends, Chicago Hope, Phil of the Future, Grey's Anatomy, Lost in the Dark, Ghost Whisperer, Parenthood, Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life and Masters of Sex.

Mae Whitman Religion

Whitman is not religious according to her social media profiles and various tabloids. She has not spoken about it much but she did mention that she is not religious. Whether or not she believes in god is unknown so she cannot be called an atheist but just not religious.

Mae Whitman Political Views

Whitman actively supports causes like pro-women's rights and pro-gay rights. She supported Hilary Clinton in the 2016 Presidential Election as she supports both the causes that Whitman supports. She believes equal woman rights would change the face of the world. She also supports Planned Parenthood.

Who is he/she dating?

Whitman was rumoured to have hooked up with Haley Joel Osmont, an American actor in 2002. She has been dating Dov Tiefenbach since the year 2008. Apart from this there have been no other rumours or confirmed relationships in the tabloids.

Mae Whitman Hobbies

Whitman likes reading poetry in her free time. She loves E.E. Cummings and has a big book of poetry. She likes collecting unusual things or things that standout out from a group or crowd. She loves doing voice overs and watching children movies.

Interesting Facts

She dated a rocker and is attracted to girls.

She's the voice of Tinkerbell.

Her parents are Pat Musick and Jeff Whitman.