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The Princess Diaries

A socially awkward but very bright 15-year-old girl being raised by a single mom discovers that she is the princess of a small European country because of the recent death of her long-absent father, who, unknown to her, was the crown prince of Genovia. She must make a choice between continuing the life of a San Francisco teen or stepping up to the throne.

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The Princess Diaries Cast

Name Character
Anne Hathaway She was 18, now 41 years old as Amelia "Mia" Thermopolis
Julie Andrews She was 65, now 88 years old as Queen Clarisse Renaldi
Caroline Goodall She was 41, now 64 years old as Helen Thermopolis
René Auberjonois He was 61, 79 years old when he died as Philippe Renaldi (uncredited)
Heather Matarazzo She was 18, now 41 years old as Lilly Moscovitz
Robert Schwartzman He was 18, now 41 years old as Michael Moscovitz
Sandra Oh She was 30, now 52 years old as Vice Principal Gupta
Erik von Detten He was 18, now 41 years old as Josh Bryant
Héctor Elizondo He was 64, now 87 years old as Joe
Patrick John Flueger He was 17, now 40 years old as Jeremiah Hart
Bonnie Aarons She was 22, now 45 years old as Baroness Joy von Troken
Gary Combs He was 65, now 88 years old as Lord Fricker
Lenore Thomas as Cable Show Student Melissa
Larry Miller He was 47, now 70 years old as Paolo (uncredited)
Jane Morris She was 161, 74 years old when she died as Lady Evergreen
Gwen Holloway as Street Reporter
Shannon Wilcox as Ball Reporter
Nicholle Tom She was 23, now 46 years old as Cassie
Todd Lowe He was 24, now 47 years old as Lana's Date Eric
Tracy Reiner She was 37, now 59 years old as Press Secretary Spencer
Rueben Grundy as Street Reporter
Robert Glaudini He was 1, now 24 years old as Consulate Valet Adolpho (as Bob Glaudini)
Bill Ferrell as Consulate Guard Darrell
Stanley Frazen He was 81, 91 years old when he died as Ball Guest Stanley
Bianca Lopez as Cheerleader Fontana
Joel McCrary He was 48, now 71 years old as Prime Minister Motaz
Greg Lewis He was 21, now 44 years old as Baron Siegfried von Troken
Hope Alexander-Willis as Lady Caroline
John Moran as Beach Photographer
Marvin Braverman as State Dinner Waiter
Charles Guardino He was 62, now 85 years old as Limo Driver Mel
Erik Bragg as Bobby Bad
Mindy Burbano as Gym Teacher Ms. Harbula
Willie Brown as Himself
Sandra Taylor She was 34, now 57 years old as Suki Sanchez
Ethan Sandler He was 28, now 51 years old as Tour Bus Driver
Tamara Levinson She was 24, now 47 years old as Cheerleader Lupe
Shan Elliot as Michael's Band Flypaper
Craig Richards He was 35, now 58 years old as Student's Father (uncredited)
Tom Hines He was 32, now 55 years old as Nelson Davenport
Barry J. Ratcliffe He was 39, now 62 years old as Cop #2 (uncredited)
Erika Young as Umbrella Lady
Ali Gage as Beach Reporter Ali
Patrick Richwood He was 38, now 61 years old as Neighbor Mr. Robutusen
Ned Brower He was 22, now 45 years old as Michael's Band Flypaper (uncredited)
Kathleen Marshall She was 39, now 62 years old as Charlotte Kutaway
Sean O'Bryan He was 37, now 60 years old as Teacher Patrick O'Connell
Andy Arness He was 41, now 64 years old as Teacher (uncredited)
Joe Ross He was 8, now 31 years old as Consulate Maitre D'
Steve Restivo as Count Vitello
Joe Allen Price as Father Joseph
Amanda Moore She was 17, now 40 years old as Lana Thomas

The Princess Diaries Crew

Name Department
Karl Walter Lindenlaub as Director of Photography. He was 44 (now 67) years old Camera
Mayne Berke as Production Design. Art
Mario Iscovich as Producer. He was 52 (now 75) years old Production
Meg Cabot as Novel. She was 34 (now 57) years old Writing
Gina Wendkos as Screenplay. She was 46 (now 69) years old Writing
Debra Martin Chase as Producer. She was 44 (now 67) years old Production
John Debney as Original Music Composer. He was 44 (now 67) years old Sound
Whitney Houston as Producer. She was 37 (48) years old when She died Production
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The Princess Diaries (22 years)

She rocks. She rules. She reigns.

  • Release day: Friday, August 03, 2001
  • Runtime: 115 minutes
  • Budget: 37000000.00
  • Revenue: 165335153.00