The little girl from 'Knocked Up' is all grown up

Iris Apatow is best known for her many cameos in her father Judd‘s films, alongside mother Leslie Mann and older sister Maude. But the little girl you saw in hits like Knocked Up and This Is 40 is no longer that little. The 14-year-old, who has expressed a passion for animals, made an appearance on the red carpet Monday evening for a new National Geographic documentary, Jane. Alongside her producer father, Iris looks less like Daddy’s little girl and more like a cool California teen.

Iris Apatow, right, sits beside older sister Maude in the 2007 film Knocked Up. (Photo: Everett Collection)
The youngest Apatow makes a red carpet appearance. (Photo: Amanda Edwards/WireImage)

Wearing a red-trimmed pajama-style silk pink top paired with cuffed mom jeans and short ankle boots, the youngest Apatow was super on-trend. But she didn’t neglect looking suitable for the occasion with simple braids and a cross-body bag. The beauty lover’s makeup is also on point, appearing gorgeously natural like she does on her Instagram.


The teen has been seen experimenting with her appearance through photos on social media, her changing looks on the red carpet, and a few makeup tutorials on her YouTube channel. In August, Iris attended the Teen Choice Awards with her dad, looking almost identical to her mother with another natural beauty look and sleek, straight hair.

Iris and her father, Judd Apatow, at the 2017 Teen Choice Awards. (Photo: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic)

Although it’s safe to say that Iris’s occasional appearances at some of Hollywood’s biggest events allow her to lead quite an exciting life, the daughter of the producer and well-known actress seems to be just a regular teenage girl. By the looks of her active Instagram page, she still crushes on actors like Cole Sprouse and Chris Hemsworth and even has a typically angsty bio reading “Hell is a teenage girl.”




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