Giselle Eisenberg made her feature film debut at just 5 years old as the daughter of Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie in "The Wolf of Wall Street," directed by Martin Scorsese. Eisenberg received rave reviews for her work opposite Al Pacino in Dan Fogelman's "Danny Collins." Her additional feature film credits include a lead role in the independent feature "The Enormity of Life," directed by Eric Swinderman, and supporting roles in the critically acclaimed films "A Most Violent Year," directed by JC Chandor, and "Sex Tape," directed by Jake Kasdan.
On the small screen, Eisenberg was last seen as a series regular on CBS' "Life in Pieces." Previously, she starred in the Hallmark Channel Original movie "I'll Be Home For Christmas," opposite Mena Suvari and James Brolin, who also directed. Eisenberg filmed the comedy pilot "Love is Relative," recurred on the Starz series "Flesh & Bone," and has guest starred on NBC's "Law & Order: SVU" and "Believe."
When Butters was 4 years old, she captured the attention of a Criminal Minds writer while appearing in a commercial for California Almonds. He then went on to write the episode "Gabby" with her in mind.
Butters loves the time spent on set working on new characters. Her most notable roles include work on Transparent; Best Friends Whenever; Term Life, directed by Peter Billingsley; The Rusted, starring opposite Jenna Malone and Josh Hutcherson; 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, directed by Michael Bay; and A Family Man, opposite Gerard Butler and Gretchen Mol.
Outside of acting, her greatest loves in life are school, dancing, singing, art, Brazilian Jiu jitsu and anything cats.