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Portia Doubleday Biography

Portia Doubleday (Portia Ann Doubleday) is an American actress. She has appeared in the 2009 film Youth in Revolt as Sheeni Saunders, in the 2011 film Big Mommas: Like Father Like Son as Jasmine Lee and in the 2013 film Carrie as Chris Hargensen.

Since 2015, she stars as Angela Moss in the USA Network television drama, Mr. Robot.

Portia Doubleday Age

Doubleday is 30 years old as of 2018. She was born on June 22, 1988, in Loss Angeles, California, U.S.

Portia Doubleday Family

She was born as the youngest daughter to her parents named Christina Hart (mother) and Frank Doubleday (father). She grew up in her hometown in a show business family where both o her parents were from the acting industry.

Her sister named Kaitlin is also an actress by profession. As of now, her mother is contributing as a writer and producer in the industry.

Portia Doubleday Education

Doubleday was enrolled at the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies based in Los Angeles. She was also passionate about sports where Doubleday played soccer for about twelve years.

Portia Doubleday Relationship

Doubleday isn’t married yet but has been popular for her relationship issues. Earlier, she was in the relationship with Alex Russell and together, they were the part of the movie ‘Carrie’ which hit the theatre’s screen in October 2013.  However, the official confirmation about their love life was never known.

Portia Doubleday Career

At the age of eight, Doubleday made her debut appearance for a commercial of for Goldfish crackers. Later, she was able to secure a small role in the American fantasy horror film Legend of the Mummy in 1998.

The acting was in her blood and her parents were conscious about Portia education and therefore they insisted her to complete her high school before initiating her acting career. She appeared in the pilot episode of United States of Tara where she played the role of a teenage girl as the daughter of Toni Collette’s character.

After the decision of the creative team who thought of going differently with the character, Portia was replaced by Brie Larson.

Doubleday was also starred in the teen comedy Youth in Revolt in 2009 where she was starred opposite to Michael Cera. Her character used to present her as a selfish girl with a really complex nature. She regularly appeared in the ABC network comedy Mr. Sunshine for the 2010–2011 season. She played the role of monstrous Chris Hargensen for which she dyed her hair brown in the 2013 adaptation of Carrie.

In May 2015, she started appearing the TV series Mr. Robot co-starring with actor Christian Slater (born on August 18, 1969). The series made its first premiere on June 24, 2015. The drama thriller television series is created by Sam Esmail and its producers are Igor Srubshchik, Christian Slater and Rami Malek.

Portia Doubleday Net Worth

Doubleday has an estimated net worth of 1 million USD which she has retained from her successful acting career. She has been active in the industry since 1998 and has been able to win the hearts of millions of people. Her increasing income rate has boosted up her net worth every year.

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Mr. Robot: Portia Doubleday Is Here for Your Angela and Elliot Theories

lliot Alderson (Rami Malek) wasn’t the only one whose life imploded during Season 1 of USA’s engrossing show Mr. Robot—a hacker drama filled with eerie parallels to the real world. His childhood friend Angela Moss, played by Portia Doubleday, was forced to alter the course of her own destiny when she realized that trying to climb the ladder in corporate America wasn’t a sure path to happiness and success—and neither was her long-term relationship with her cheating boyfriend Ollie (Ben Rappaport). While Elliot and the members of hacker collective fsociety took down nefarious global conglomerate E Corp from the outside, Angela made the controversial decision to start working there. It’s a choice that’s even harder to believe given that this is also the corporation responsible for the deaths of her mother and Elliot’s father.

Doubleday promises that we’ll see a changed Angela when the series returns Wednesday for Season 2, although it might be hard to discern whether or not she’s still “one of the good ones,” as Elliot once said.

“She wants to change corporate America from within,” Doubleday tells Vanity Fair. “Here’s this girl that you think is maybe going to be compromised by the system, but at the same time, out of nowhere, she’s very unpredictable with her behavior. . . . In the beginning [of the show], she’s very attached to this idea of herself: ‘I want to be taken seriously. I’m going to have this boyfriend.’ This idea of this more perfect way of living.” Clearly, that’s all changing.

Angela’s life spiraled out of control at the end of the show’s last season—she learned that Ollie was cheating on her and found out that her father is in crippling debt. She felt completely alone as she withdrew from Elliot, taking a job at E Corp. In Season 2, though, she’s re-programmed herself, much like you’d debug a network that’s been infected. Angela accomplishes this feat through positive affirmations, which Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmailintroduced to Doubleday. “I thought [it] was so perfect because it is the ultimate way of mind control,” she says.

“It’s being able to shut down your emotions and literally be able to control the way you think.” The actress went to the Landmark Forum, which is “designed to bring about positive, permanent shifts” in its students’ lives in a matter of days, for background research: “It was really interesting in preparing for this role and where Angela is at this time, because in order for her to feel comfortable in the environment that she’s in, she has to control the way that she thinks. There’s something very dark and really obsessive about that, to have to control every moment of your thinking. There’s something robotic about it.”

It’s now nearly impossible to discern if Angela is actually drinking the E Corp Kool-Aid—or if she’s running some sort of long game to bring the place down from inside. “It’s never that linear,” Doubleday explains. “Sam has talked to me about this a lot: what Angela’s relationship was like previously with Elliot, how they had conversations about how they wanted to change the world.” She praises Angela’s tenacity, but has trouble explaining too much about her character’s inner motivation without accidentally loosing any spoilers. “I think there are parts of her . . .” she starts, before cutting herself off and trying again: “I still think it’s a really fine line where . . .”

There, too, she stops. “How do I say this without giving anything away? There are moments reading it where I was like, ‘Did I drink the Kool-Aid?’” Finally, Doubleday concedes that Angela “is playing the game really well this season. . . . She’s able to thrive in this environment, and it takes that kind of mind control to constantly be harassing in her thoughts and her feelings.”

Fans would love to pick Sam Esmail’s brain about Elliot and Angela’s prior relationship, too. Doubleday says that she’s read a few of the theories on the show’s very active subReddit, and “they’re really amazing.” I bring up one that pops up every so often: that Elliot and Angela were married or engaged, and he’s blocked it out the same way he forgot that Darlene (Carly Chaikin) is his sister. “Honestly, yeah, that could be in this show,” Doubleday says. “I still don’t understand that dream sequence [when the two were dressed in wedding attire]. I was like, wait, there’s a key in that. Does that come up again?

“Sam has been a lot quieter this season about what’s going on, so a lot of us are in the dark,” she continues. “There are so many story arcs.”

Esmail is extremely busy writing and directing; this season, he’ll helm every episode of the USA drama. It’s also fun—in a dark, ominous way—to wonder what other real-world events he’ll somehow predict within the world of Mr. Robot. Last season, the series referenced a hack on Ashley Madison; later, such a hack actually happened. “I think it was right after [we filmed] the pilot, the Sony hack happened,” Doubleday points out as well. “It was perfect timing. As soon as we started the show, it seemed like all of these things [happened]—or maybe we were just more attuned to that happening in the news.”

Working on the show has made everyone in the cast more conscious of their own privacy, especially thanks to a certain formative experience. “Before we started the season, we sat down with this guy who’s a hacker, and he basically showed us how easy it is to hack someone’s phone. He hacked Sam’s phone and called [producer] Chad Hamilton’s phone and was able to talk to Chad as Sam. He showed us all these tricks online . . . how easy it is for people to watch you on your webcam, and they can actually listen to you through your speakers on your computer,” Doubleday says, almost too matter-of-factly. “I got hacked so many times. We don’t really own our own privacy anymore.”

Mr. Robot is certainly exposing that truth repeatedly—and Season 2 hasn’t even started yet.


Portia Doubleday Movies | TV Show







Fantasy Island


After the Ball

Kate “Katie” Kassell/Nate Ganymede



Christine “Chris” Hargensen



Surrogate Date Isabella





Howard Cantour.com

Dakota Zearing


Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son

Jasmine Lee


In Between Days



Almost Kings






Youth in Revolt

Sheeni Saunders


Legend of the Mummy

Young Margaret






Mr. Robot

Angela Moss


Mr. Sunshine