Blake Ellender Brown was born in the Tarzana district of Los Angeles, California, on August 25, 1987. Elaine (née McAlpin), her mother, was a talent scout, and Ernie Lively, her father, was an actor.
Her grandmother’s brother gave her the name Lively. Eric is her older brother, and Lori, Robyn, and Jason are her mother’s half-siblings from a previous marriage. Her entire family has worked in the entertainment industry, including her parents and siblings.
Lively used to accompany her parents to their acting sessions since they didn’t want to leave her with a babysitter when she was younger. As she grew older and began working in the profession, she noted that watching her parents teach helped her master the “drills” and build confidence.
At the age of ten, she made her professional debut in the 1998 film Sandman, directed by Lively’s father. Her portion is described as a “little part” by her. She had no desire to pursue acting at first, preferring instead to attend Stanford University.
What is Blake Lively’s real hair color?
One of her various hair colors for the film The Rhythm Section, which she is currently filming. (The disguise wigs are for Lively’s character, who is an assassin.)
While Lively is best recognized for her distinctive blonde hair, she has experimented with nearly every natural color for roles or just for fun. Lively’s hairstyles include red, brown, bronde, platinum blonde, and more.