Britt Robertson recently shot "The Re-Education of Molly Singer" and before that shot "About Fate" opposite Emma Roberts. Previously, she filmed a recurring arc for ABC's "Big Sky." She can be seen as the lead in the Hulu feature "Books of Blood," the Lionsgate feature "I Still Believe" opposite KJ Apa, which is currently streaming. Robertson starred in the Shonda Rhimes ABC show "For The People" opposite Hope Davis, Vondie Curtis Hall and Anna Deavere Smith. She played the title role in the Denver and Deliah series "Girlboss," which is currently streaming on Netflix. Robertson can be seen in "The Space Between Us," with Asa Butterfield and Gary Oldman, and the DreamWorks feature "A Dog's Purpose" opposite Dennis Quaid and directed by Lasse Hallstrom.
Robertson was the lead in "Mr. Church" opposite Eddie Murphy that premiered in 2016's TriBeCa Film Festival. She played Julia Roberts' daughter in the Garry Marshall movie "Mother's Day" and did an arc on the highly acclaimed Hulu show "Casual." Robertson was awarded the 2015 Star of Tomorrow at CinemaCon whilst she had two back-to-back movies in theaters: first, the lead in the Nicholas Sparks adaptation of "The Longest Ride" for Fox 2000, then the Brad Bird Disney feature film "Tomorrowland" opposite George Clooney. She also had a role opposite Jennifer Aniston in the feature film "Cake." Robertson previously played the lead in the Castle Rock feature "The First Time," which premiered at Sundance and sold to Sony, and starred in Dreamworks' "Delivery Man" opposite Vince Vaughn. She was a series regular on the first season of Dreamworks/CBS's hit show "Under the Dome," based on the novel by Stephen King. She previously starred in two CW series "The Secret Circle" and "Life Unexpected."