Rumer Willis

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Rumer Glenn Willis was born August 16, 1988. She was named after British novelist Rumer Godden. Rumer is no stranger to Hollywood, growing up as the daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis; she made her film debut at the age of five in the movie "Now and Then." She continued acting alongside her parents in such films as "Striptease," "The Whole Nine Yards" and "Hostage." After graduating high school, she attended USC for a few semesters until she decided to pursue acting full time.

In 2012, Rumer starred in the coming-of-age indie film "The Diary of Preston Plummer" opposite Trevor Morgan. In September 2009, Rumer starred in Summit's "House on Sorority Row" opposite Jamie Chung and Briana Evigan. Her past film credits include "The House Bunny" and "From Within."

Rumer most recently wrapped a starring role in the independent feature "There's Always Woodstock" opposite Brittany Snow, Katey Sagal, James Wolk and Jason Ritter for director Rita Merson. Rumer also just booked a strong supporting role in the independent feature "Return to Sender" opposite Nick Nolte, Rosamund Pike and Shiloh Fernandez. She will play the role of Darlene.

Rumer is starting to make her mark on the small screen as well. Rumer had a recurring role on "90210" as Gia Mannetti. She has appeared on "Workaholics," "Army Wives," "CSI: NY" and "Medium." Rumer just recently booked a recurring role on the hit show "Pretty Little Liars."

Rumer currently resides in Los Angeles.