Birthdate: August 8, 1988 Birthplace: Paducah, Kentucky
Rumer has acted in her share of TV shows and movies, but she’s still better known as the daughter of movie stars Bruce Willis and Demi Moore. Find out more about this fashionable young star in her Kidzworld bio!
Rumer got bit by the acting bug early when she appeared in Now and Then alongside her mom, Demi Moore in 1995. But despite being born into Hollywood, Rumer has moved slowly into acting. She started with small roles in TV shows like 90210 and The Secret Life of the American Teenager, then graced the big screen in movies like The House Bunny. She’s also rumored (ha!) to be starring in the upcoming 2010 movie Walks, alongside Gossip Girl star, Jessica Szohr.
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Rumer takes a lot of flack from mean gossip sites that criticize her unconventional looks. But Rumer isn’t fazed. “There’s so much pressure to look a certain way, and I don’t fit the convention,” she says. “But it’s okay if you’re not the perfect picture.”
"People ask me, 'Don't you wish you had a normal life? And I go, 'To me, I don't know anything else. That's the only experience I have.' Honestly—normal. But that's not even a real world, when it comes to families, because everyone has different things in their family that they deal with. But I wouldn't trade how I grew up for anything. I have traveled to some amazing places and got to see some amazing things. Whether or not I would have traded that for anything else, I don't think I would ever want to."
"I was a dork, a computer nerd had [kwink 5067]braces[/kwlink] and glasses. I wasn't necessarily too active in getting in the social crowd, so I definitely understand the entirely not fitting in, but I think everyone has their own version of feeling a bit out of place and one of the great things I think that we have the ability to do is show that it's alright. You can have that awkward phase, so It's not about whether you're the popular girl or the nerdy one but just about feeling confident and comfortable with kind of where you fit and who you are and accessing that and making that your own."