Oscar winner Brie Larson was once a teen popstar and you MUST see it

We may now associate Brie Larson with joining the ranks of up-and-coming young actresses paving their way in the film industry with standout performances and big wins but Brie has been in the entertainment for a long time.

And this is well before her big break in Room. 

In fact, the 26-year-old was once a fresh-faced teen actress on the Disney Channel and also dabbled in the music business. 

Brie starred as the sister of one of the main protagonists in the movie Right on Track which she shared a picture from in a recent tweet. 

In 2005, at the age of sixteen she turned her attentions to music, a passion in which she still has an avid interested despite not releasing new music in many years. 

A highlight of her stint in music is definitely the music video for She Said in which she plays a hard-done-by teen moaning about life and wearing excessive eyeliner (as we all were at sixteen). 

The video involves Brie as a waitress in a fast food chain in an Avril Lavingne-esque pop song and it's all kinds of nostalgic fun. 

Brie has acted constantly since her teens most recently in 21 Jump Street and lending her musical talents to the film Scott Pilgrim vs. the World before landing her first lead role in a motion picture in Lenny Abrahamson's Room for which she scooped up the Oscar. 

We gotta give this girl props for all her hard work getting to where she is today, but Brie we need more music from you… 

 

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