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Taylor Russell: 5 Things To Know About Harry Styles’ Rumored GF

After multiple sightings together over the last several weeks, Harry Styles and Taylor Russell appear to be heating up. Learn more about the actress here.

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  • Taylor Russell is an actress from Canada.
  • She stars in the movie Bones & All with Timothee Chalamet, as well as the Netflix series Lost In Space.
  • Taylor was first spotted out and about with Harry Styles in June and they’ve been seen together multiple times since.

Taylor Russell is a rising star in the movie and TV worlds. She has made a name for herself as the star of movies like Bones and All and the series Lost In Space. More recently, though, she made headlines when she was seen in a photo, which you can see here, while out on a stroll with none other than Harry StylesThe actress, 28, and Harry, 29, were seen walking side-by-side on June 23, 2023. She sported a white top, while Harry rocked a navy blue jacket and black pants.

Shortly after that first sighting, Taylor was spotted in the VIP tent at Harry’s concert in Vienna, Austria, and they were photographed walking around the city together during their time there. In August, the two were spotted packing on the PDA for the first time, as he wrapped an arm around her while in London.

Taylor stuns in black at the 2023 Film Independent Spirit Awards. (Shutterstock)

Below, HollywoodLife has rounded up everything you need to know about Taylor amidst her hot new romance with Harry!

Taylor Is In A Movie With Timothee Chalamet

Taylor was a breakout star in the film Bones and All’, where she played Maren Yearly alongside Timothee Chalamet. The two actors played a pair of young cannibalistic lovers who go on a road trip across the country together. Maren Yearly is an 18-year-old cannibal who is always on the move and forms a mind-blowing relationship with Lee, played by Timothee. Taylor told Vanity Fair that she related to Maren because she moved a lot growing up and “was always in new environments.” She also revealed that she immediately accepted the offer to star in Bones and All, directed by Oscar nominee Luca Guadagnino. “It was the easiest ‘yes’ of my entire existence on this planet,” she said.

Where Is Taylor Russell From?

Taylor was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, and was raised in Vancouver and Toronto. She didn’t stay there for long, though, and she moved 16 times in her childhood because her father was a struggling actor. “I didn’t grow up in a wealthy family,” she told Elle. “My parents struggled; we were on welfare. Things changed a lot, so there was always an opportunity for reinvention, to create something new.”

Taylor arrives at the 2022 Governor Awards. (Shutterstock)

Taylor Russell Is Biracial

Taylor’s father is Black, and her mother is white, but she grew up mostly surrounded by her mother’s family in Vancouver, British Columbia. “I have always had people who wanted to touch my hair and Black girls not accepting me because I’m too light-skinned to fit in with them and white girls who rejected me because I was different than them too,” she once said in an interview with TheGrio.

How Did Taylor Russell Get Famous?

Taylor’s breakout role was in the Netflix sci-fi series Lost in Space from 2018 to 2021. She played Judy Robinson, a mission doctor and member of the Robinson family, who are space colonists that crash on a planet. The show also starred Molly Parker, Toby Stephens, Maxwell Jenkins, and Mina Sundwall.

Taylor is seen in the Netflix film ‘Escape Room.’ (Everett)

What Movies Has Taylor Russell Been In?

In addition to Bones & All, Taylor was praised for her role in the 2019 drama film Waves, about a suburban African American family who cope with a tragic loss. For her performance as Emily, the family’s daughter, Taylor received many awards nominations. She won the Gotham Independent Film Award for Breakthrough Actor.

Taylor’s other movie credits include: If I Had Wings, Suspension, UNIT Bryan, Before I Fall, Down A Dark Hall, Hot Air, Escape Room, Words on a Bathroom Wall, The Heart Still Hums, Dr. Bird’s Advice For Sad Poets, Escape Room: Tournament Of Champions, and Mother, Couch.