40 Under 40

Cailee Spaeny

This year, Cailee Spaeny solidified her position as one of Hollywood’s most promising young talents after winning the Best Actress prize at the Venice International Film Festival for her titular role in
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Akanksha Singh

Growing up in rural India, Akanksha Singh found herself without access to electricity or a computer. But neither stopped her from later obtaining a degree in computer science from University of Michigan

Rachel Sennott

After dazzling critics in Emma Seligman’s “Shiva Baby,” actor Rachel Sennott went on to co-star in HBO’s series The Idol and A24’s slasher film “Bodies, Bodies, Bodies.” This summer, she reunited with

Alyah Chanelle Scott

A classically trained actor and singer, Alyah Chanelle Scott cut her teeth in the theater before landing a starring role in Mindy Kaling’s “The Sex Lives of College Girls.” She’s also launched

Noah Schnapp

Though best known for his role as Will Byers on Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” actor Noah Schnapp has many other accomplishments under his belt. The People’s Choice Award winner is involved in multiple

Shelby Schenkman

Agent Shelby Schenkman is the first-ever female audio agent at UTA, working on deals for buzzy podcasts like “Normal Gossip,” “Pretty Basic,” and “The Murdaugh Murders Podcast.” Recently, she temporarily relocated to

Emily Ruhl

In 2021, Emily Ruhl made her producing, directorial, and writing debut with the short film, “Blue Moon.” Since then, she’s launched her own production company, Public School Pictures, where she’s been developing

Michael Ritter

Now a producer and executive overseeing film and TV development at production house Street Entertainment, Michael Ritter first started making movies as a freshman in high school, when he was just 14.

Lexi Underwood

After making her Broadway debut at 11 years old, playing Young Nala in “The Lion King,” actor Lexi Underwood became known for roles in Hulu’s “Little Fires Everywhere,” Showtime’s “The First Lady,”

Gabe Kunda

Gabe Kunda discovered his knack for voice acting by accident: In high school, the self-described class clown wanted to embellish his read-aloud assignment. The class erupted in laughter, and he’s since taken

Matt Rife

Stand-up comedian Matt Rife had been performing in small clubs for nearly a decade, but one viral clip on TikTok changed the trajectory of his career. He now has nearly 17 million
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