Louise Jean McCary: The Daughter of Celebrity Emma Stone

Who is Louise Jean McCary?

American celebrity child Louise Jean McCary was born under the zodiac sign Pisces on 13 March 2021, in the USA. She’s only known for being a daughter of famous American actress and producer Emily Jean ‘Emma’ Stone and her husband Dave McCary, an American comedian, screenwriter and director.

Family and early life

Louise is being raised in Los Angeles, California as an only child, by her parents who met in 2017, became engaged in December 2019 and married in a private ceremony in 2020. Her mother had previously been in a relationship with American actor Kieran Kyle Culkin for two years, and British-American actor Andrew Garfield for four years; Dave prefers to keep his love life away from media, and hasn’t spoken about the girls whom he’d dated prior to meeting Emma.

Louise was named after her maternal great-grandmother Jean Louise Morgan. Her parents prefer to keep her away from media, and thus not many details about her are known, although Emma still occasionally features her in her Instagram pictures and videos.

Height, age and net worth

Louise’s age is two. Her hair and eyes are brown, she’s 2ft 10ins (0.85m) tall and weighs around 26lbs (12kgs).

Her mother Emma’s net worth’s been estimated at over $45 million as of November 2023, and her father Dave’s at over $2.5 million.

Who is her mother Emma Stone?

Famous American actress and producer Emily Jean ‘Emma’ Stone was born under the zodiac sign Scorpio on 6 November 1988, in Scottsdale, Arizona USA. As of late 2023, she has 56 acting credits, and is perhaps known best for starring alongside Ryan Gosling in the 2016 musical comedy movie “La La Land”, which was written and directed by Damien Chazelle. It follows the love born between a pianist and an actress, and the movie won 241 of its 548 award nominations, including six Oscar wins, including Emma for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role.

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Emma was raised in Scottsdale alongside her younger brother Spencer, by their mother Krista Jean Stone who’s a housewife, and father Jeffrey Charles Stone who’s the CEO and founder of a general-contracting company. Emma suffered from baby colic as an infant, and while attending Cocopah Middle School struggled with anxiety and panic attacks; she went on to attend the all-girl Catholic high school Xavier College Preparatory, but dropped out aged 16 after having made both her film and TV series debut in 2005, appearing in the comedy movie “The New Partridge Family” and the crime fantasy series “Medium”. She attended online school while working her way up in the film industry, and passed her GED tests in 2007.

Emma began attracting attention in 2007, when cast to play Jules in the popular comedy movie “Superbad”, which starred Jonah Hill and Michael Cera, and was directed by Greg Mottola. It follows two high school seniors as they’re trying to throw a party, and the film won 11 of the 35 awards for which it was nominated. Some of Emma’s roles in the remainder of the 2000s were in the 2008 musical comedy film “The Rocker”, the 2009 romantic fantasy comedy movie “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past” and the 2009 comedy film “Paper Man”.

In 2011, she played Hannah, one of the lead characters in the romantic comedy film “Crazy, Stupid, Love”, which also starred Steven Carell, Ryan Gosling and Julianne Moore, and was directed by John Requa and Glenn Ficarra. It follows a middle-aged man whose wife’s just asked for a divorce, and the film won four of the 27 awards for which it was nominated.

One can say that Emma became famous following her portrayal of Gwen Stacy in the 2012 action science fiction adventure movie “The Amazing Spider-Man”, starring alongside Andrew Garfield and Rhys Ifans. The movie follows Spiderman as he’s defending his city from a mysterious reptilian foe, and the film won two of its 33 award nominations. Some of Emma’s following notable performances were in the 2014 sequel “The Amazing Spider-Man 2”, the 2014 comedy film “Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)”, and the 2015 crime comedy film “Irrational Man”.

In 2018, she starred as Abigail in the biographical comedy movie “The Favourite”, which also starred Olivia Colman and Rachel Weisz, and was directed by Yorgos Lanthimos. The film follows a new servant who’s endeared herself to a frail Queen Anne in early 18th century England, and it won 180 of its 525 award nominations, including an Oscar win for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for Olivia.

Some of Emma’s most recent roles have been in the 2022 short movie “Bleat”, the 2023 romantic science fiction film “Poor Things”, and the episode “Land of Enchantment” of the thriller comedy series “The Curse”, also in 2023.

For her acting skills, Emma’s won 72 of the 262 awards for which she’s been nominated.

Who is Louise’s father, Dave McCary?

American screenwriter, director and comedian David Lawrence McCary was born under the zodiac sign Cancer on 2 July 1985, in San Diego, California USA. He’s perhaps known best for having worked on the comedy talk-show “Saturday Night Live” as a segment director from 2013 through 2019, as well for having been the director of the first two seasons of the YouTube series “Epic Rap Battles of History”.

Dave was raised alongside his sisters Sarah and Molly in San Diego, by their father Gary and mother Diane; not many other details have been shared about his family because Dave respects their privacy. He studied at a local high school, and upon matriculating in 2003, enrolled at University of Southern California, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 2007.

Dave has 17 directing and 16 producing credits. His directing debut was the 2007 short comedy movie “My Mom’s a MILF”, while he then worked on the short comedy film “Is My Roommate Gay?” later in 2007, and in 2008 the short comedy movie “Outrageous Fun” and the short action comedy film “420 Disaster”. In 2011, he directed six episodes of the reality family show “Fresh Perspectives”, which starred Sapphire Steel, Nathan Blaiwes and Beck Bennett, and was created by John Dardenne and Beck Bennett; it follows a group of children taking on the tough questions in politics and news.

Most recently, in 2021, Dave directed live action segments in eight episodes of the animated comedy series “Saturday Morning All Star Hits!”, which starred Eric Bauza, Ben Jones and Kyle Mooney, and was created by the same people; it features Treybor and Skip celebrating the ‘80s and ‘90s television.

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