Mae Whitman, the award-winning actress and singer, got famous after starring on NBC’s Good Girls as Annie Marks in 2018. Mae Whitman started her acting career at the age of two, so she has a wealth of experience in the entertainment industry. The actress has not only won many awards but also people’s hearts over the years!
Mae Whitman: FAQs, Dating, Mini Biography and Queries!
Who is Mae Whitman married to?
Currently, the actress isn’t married. Mae Whitman seems to prefer to keep her relationships private and that could be because most of her boyfriends have been actors, she’s even rumored to have dated a few of her co-stars.
Other people that Mae Whitman dated have been musicians. Musician Dov Tiefenbach is rumored to be the Good Girls star’s current beau.
Who is Mae Whitman dating? Who has Mae Whitman dated?
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Actress Mae Whitman has reportedly been in a relationship with Dov Tiefenbach since 2008. He is a Canadian actor and musician.
- Before that, she dated her Parenthood co-star Peter Krause. The two dated for a while, and some people were convinced that Krause would become Mae Whitman’s husband. However, this was not to be, and it is unknown when exactly the two decided to part ways.
- Another prior Mae Whitman boyfriend is the American musician Landon Pigg – who also appeared on Parenthood.
- Mae Whitman is also rumored to have had a brief fling with Haley Joel Osment in 2002.
Is Mae Whitman a mother?
No, Mae is not yet a mother. Most people assume that she got pregnant because she told Ryan on the set of Parenthood that she was carrying his baby. In the show, Ryan (Matt Lauria) was Mae Whitman’s partner.
Who played Heather Douglas in GREY’s anatomy?
Years before she played Amber Holt on Parenthood, Mae Whitman appeared in two episodes of Grey’s Anatomy as a patient named Heather Douglas. A teenager, Heather is bitter over her seemingly dire condition, but gets new hope thanks to Izzie.
How much is Mae Whitman worth?
The actress has an estimated net worth of $1 million. Most of her income has been generated by the time she was a teenager!
Who does Mae Whitman voice?
Mae Whitman is a voice actress known for voicing Katara, April O”Neil, and Tinker Bell.
She established herself as a prominent voice actor in children’s film and television for her vocal performances as Shanti in The Jungle Book 2 (2003), Rose/Huntsgirl on American Dragon: Jake Long(2005–2007), Katara in Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005–2008), Tinker Bell in the Disney Fairies film franchise (2008–2014), Wonder Girl / Cassie Sandsmark in Young Justice (2012-present) and Amity Blight in The Owl House (2020-present).
How old is Mae Whitman?
Mae Whitman is currently 32 years old in 2021. The actress whose full name is Mae Margaret Whitman was born in Los Angeles, California, United States of America, on the 9th of June 1988. Her Zodiac sign is Gemini, her nationality is American, and she has both German and English roots.
What does Mae Whitman play in?
She started her acting career at a very young age. The actress first stepped into the acting industry at the age of two years. She did a voice-over for a Tyson Chicken commercial. Since she could not read at the time, Andrew Magarian, an acting coach, assisted her to memorize her lines.
Later, she officially kicked off her acting career at the age of six years. Mae Whitman’s young age did not stop her from exploiting her talent. Today, there are numerous Mae Whitman movies and TV shows. She is a versatile actress who portrays different characters very well.
Mae Whitman movies:
- When a Man Loves a Woman (1994): She starred in this film as Casey Green.
- Bye Bye Love (1995): She portrayed the role of Michele.
- Independence Day (1996): She featured in this movie as Patricia Whitmore.
- One Fine Day (1996): She portrayed the character of Maggie Taylor.
- The Gingerbread Man (1998): She was featured in this movie as Libby Magruder.
- Hope Floats (1998): She portrayed the character of Bernice Pruitt.
- Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas (1999): She acted in this production as a girl.
- Invisible Child (1999): She featured in this film as Rebecca ‘Doc’ Beeman.
- A Season for Miracles (1999): She was in this movie as Alanna’ Lani’ Thompson.
- An American Rhapsody (2001): She acted in this movie as 10-year-old Maria.
- The Wild Thornberrys Movie (2002): She was the schoolgirl in this film.
- The Jungle Book 2 (2003): She was Shanti.
- Teacher’s Pet (2004): She was the voice of Leslie.
- Going Shopping (2005): She was the voice of Coco.
- The Bondage (2006): She was Angelica in this movie.
- Love’s Abiding Joy (2006): She acted in this movie as Colette Doros.
- Boogeyman 2 (2007): She was featured in this film as Alison.
- Tinker Bell (2008): She was Tinker Bell’s voice.
- Nights in Rodanthe (2008): She starred in this film as Amanda Willis.
- Spring Breakdown (2009): She acted as Lydia.
- TinkerBell and the Lost Treasure (2009): She voiced Tinker Bell.
- Barry Munday (2010): She portrayed the character of Candice.
- Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010): She starred in this film as Roxy Richter.
- Scott Pilgrim vs. the Animation (2010): Her role was as Lisa Miller.
- TinkerBell and the Great Fairy Rescue (2010): She was the voice of Tinker Bell.
- The Factory (2011): She acted as Abby Fletcher in this film.
- Pixie Hollow Games (2011): She was the voice of Tinker Bell in this short film.
- Secret of the Wings (2012): She was the voice of Tinker Bell.
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012): She was featured in this film as Mary Elizabeth.
- Pixie Hollow Bake Off (2013): She was the voice of Tinker Bell in this short film.
- The Pirate Fairy (2014): She was the voice of Tinker Bell.
- The Wind Rises (2014): She was Kayo/ Kinu in the film.
- Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast (2014): She voiced Tinker Bell.
- The DUFF (2015): She starred in this film as Bianca Piper.
- Freaks of Nature (2015): She was featured in this movie as Jenna Zombie.
- Rock Dog (2016): She was Darma.
- Drawn of the Dead (2016): She was Gwen Newman.
- Operator (2016): She acted as Emily Klein in this movie.
- Bernard and Huey (2017): She was featured in the film as Zelda.
- CHiPs (2017): She acted as Beebee.
- Dear Angelica (2017): She starred in this short film as Jessica.
- A Dog and Pony Show (2018): She was featured in the film as Dede.
- Duck Butter (2018): She was Ellen in this movie.
- Good Girls: Cash Couch (2020): She was featured in this short film as Annie.
Mae Whitman TV shows:
The actress has appeared in the following television shows so far:
- Degree of Guilt (1995): She acted as Elena Argos in this television show.
- Naomi & Wynonna: Love Can Build a Bridge (1995): She acted like a younger version of Ashley Judd in this television film.
- After Jimmy (1996): She featured in this television film as Rosie.
- Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man (1996): She was baby Rose in the installment dubbed Sperms of Endearment.
- Early Edition (1996): She appeared as Amanda Bailey in the episode dubbed The Choice.
- Friends (1996): She was in the installment dubbed The One Where Rachel Quits as Sarah Tuttle.
- What a Cartoon! (1996): She was little Suzy in the episode dubbed Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women.
- Chicago Hope (1996-1999): She featured in this series as Sara Wilmette in 17 installments of the series.
- Superman: The Animated Series (1997): She was young Lois Lane in the episode dubbed Money Fun.
- Merry Christmas, George Bailey (1997): She portrayed the character of Zuzu Bailey in this television film.
- Johnny Bravo (1997-2004): She was little Suzy in 52 installments.
- JAG (1998-2001): She acted as Chloe Madison in eight episodes.
- Invisible Child (1999): She acted as Rebecca ‘Doc’ Beeman in this television film.
- Judging Amy (1999): She featured in the installment dubbed Last Tango in Hartford as Darcy Mitchell.
- Providence (1999): She was Frances Carlyle in two installments of the show.
- Jingle Bells (1999): She was Beth in this television film.
- Hallmark Hall of Fame (1999): She acted as Alanna’ Lani’ Thompson in the episode dubbed A Season for Miracles.
- Teacher’s Pet (2000-2002): She was Leslie Dunkling in five installments of the series.
- Godzilla: The Series (2000): She was Meg in the episode dubbed Shafted.
- The Wild Thornberrys (2000): She was Antoinette in the installment titled Luck Be an Aye-Aye.
- Max Steel (2001): She was Jo’s voice in the episode dubbed The Return.
- Jackie Chan Adventures (2001): She featured in the installment dubbed Scouts Honor as one of the additional characters.
- State of Grace (2001-2002): She was in 40 episodes of the show as Emma Grace McKee.
- Presidio Med (2002): She was Tory Redding in the episode dubbed Do No Harm.
- The Zeta Project (2002): She was Amy in the installment dubbed The River Rising.
- Fillmore! (2002-2004): She featured as various characters in seven episodes of the show.
- Cold Case (2004): She was Eve Kendall in the installment dubbed Lover’s Lane.
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2004): She featured in the episode dubbed No Humans Involved as Glynnis Carson.
- Century City (2004): She appeared in the episode dubbed Without a Tracer as Erin Pace.
- Arrested Development (2004-2006): She featured in the show as Ann Veal, and also reprised this title in 2013. In total, she has been in 16 installments so far.
- The Happy Elf (2005): She was Molly in this television film.
- American Dragon: Jake Long (2005-2007): She was Rose/ Huntsgirl in 19 episodes.
- Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008): She was Katara in 60 installments.
- Thief (2006): She acted as Tammi Deveraux.
- Desperate Housewives (2006): She acted as Sarah in the installment dubbed Nice She Ain’t.
- Jesse Stone: Death in Paradise (2006): She acted as Emily Bishop in this television film.
- Phil of the Future (2006): She was the crying girl in the episode dubbed Stuck in the Meddle with You.
- Justice (2007): She acted as Jenny Marshall in the installment dubbed False Confession.
- Grey’s Anatomy (2007): He was Heather Douglas in two episodes.
- Lost in the Dark (2007): She was Amy Tolliver in this television film.
- Ghost Whisperer (2007): She portrayed the role of Rachel Fordham.
- ER (2007): She appeared in the installment dubbed The Test as Heather.
- The Modifyers (2007): She was Agent Xero/Lacey Shadows in the pilot.
- Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2008): She acted as Cassidy Cornell/ Helen Braidwell.
- Good Behavior (2008): She was Roxy West in the pilot.
- In Treatment (2008-2010): She acted as Rosie Weston. Family Guy (2008- present): She has voiced various characters in 35 episodes.
- Acceptance (2009): She was Taylor Rockefeller in this television film.
- Criminal Minds (2009): She acted as Julie.
- Glenn Martin, DDS (2009): She was Amish Girl/ Trailer Park Teen.
- The Cleveland Show (2009-2010): She was part of the additional voices in two episodes.
- Parenthood (2010-2015): She portrayed the character of Amber Holt in 103 installments.
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2010): She was Barbara Gordon in two episodes.
- Jesse Stone: No Remorse (2010): She was Emily Bishop in this television film.
- Robot Chicken (2011): She was Lady Gaga, Wilma Flintstone, and Bella’s Friend in one installment of the show.
- Young Justice (2012-2013 & 2019 to date): She voiced various characters in seven episodes.
- Weeds (2012): She acted as Tula in one installment.
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012-2017): She was April O’Neil in 93 episodes.
- DreamWorks Dragons (2012 & 2015-2018): She was Heather in 36 episodes.
- Web Therapy (2013): She portrayed the character of Blair Yellin.
- American Dad! (2013- 2014 & 2019): She featured in four episodes as different characters.
- Masters of Sex (2013): She was a patient in the installment dubbed Standard Deviation.
- Suburgatory (2014): She was Caris in one episode. AJ’s Infinite
- Summer (2014): She voiced both the receptionist and Morgan in the pilot.
- Dragons: Race to the Edge (2015-2018): She was Heather in 24 installments.
- DC Super Hero Girls (2015- 2018): She was Batgirl/ Barbara Gordon in 54 episodes.
- DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High (2016): She Batgirl/ Barbara Gordon in this television film.
- Drunk History (2016-2019): She featured in three installments.
- Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (2016): She featured as Marcy in the installment dubbed Spring.
- Voltron: Legendary Defender (2017): She was Plaxum in one episode.
- Room 104 (2017): She acted as Liza in one episode.
- Big Mouth (2017): She was Tallulah Levine in the installment dubbed The Head Push.
- Good Girls (2018 to date): She acts as Annie Marks.
- The Owl House (2020): She acted as Amity.
- Invincible (2020): She was Amanda or monster girl.
Besides television shows and movies, the actress has also featured in several video games, including EverQuest II, Kingdom Hearts III Re Mind, and Prey.
The songs that Mae has sung guest vocals or recorded include the following:
- I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day and Make Christmas Feel So Good for School’s Out! Christmas
- Gardenia in the second season of Parenthood
Mae Whitman height and weight:
The actress has a petite body. She is 5 feet 2 inches (157.5 centimeters/ 1.572 meters) tall, and she weighs about 52 kilograms (114.5 pounds.) She has dark brown eyes and hair. She often dyes her hair blonde.