Everything We Know About Jamie Lee Curtis' Daughter, Annie

Jamie Lee Curtis is a woman of many talents. As an actor, she's known for her roles in films like "A Fish Called Wanda," "True Lies," "Freaky Friday," and the iconic "Halloween" series (per IMDb).

Off-screen, Curtis is an author and philanthropist. Since 1993, Curtis was written 12 books for children (per AARP). Ever-devoted to children's causes, she has been a supporter of Children's Hospital Los Angeles for 25 years. Curtis' company, My Hand In Yours, donates 100% of its sales to benefit the hospital (per People).

In her personal life, Curtis has been married to Christopher Guest since 1984 (per AARP). Known for his writing and acting in "This Is Spinal Tap," Guest is also a director, musician, and composer (per IMDb). Together, this talented couple has 2 daughters, Annie and Ruby (per Closer).

Curtis adopted Annie in 1986 soon after she was born (per Hollywood Life). Motherhood was a life-changing experience for the actor. Annie inspired Curtis to write her first book, "When I Was Little: A Four-Year-Old's Memoir of Her Youth." The experience of adopting Annie led Curtis to write, "Tell Me Again About the Night I Was Born" (per Parents).

Annie and Jamie are both performers

Annie Guest was born on December 13, 1986. As a child, she joined her mom at movie premieres and other events (per Very Celeb). Guest fell in love with dancing at age 3, and it continues to be her lifelong passion (per Bustle). At age 8, Guest joined the MNR Dance Factory in Los Angeles, where she spent 8 years competing all over the world with the studio's dance team. By age 16, Guest had begun teaching dance (per Married Biography).

Guest earned her BFA in Dance at Ohio's Kenyon College. She was awarded the title of best choreographer while at Kenyon (per Bustle). After she graduated in 2009, Guest worked as an Artistic Associate at The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage in Santa Monica, Calif. Guest also returned to her dancing roots and served as co-director of MNR Dance Factory's team. With her extensive teaching skills, Guest has taught many styles of dance, including ballet, jazz/contemporary, tap, and hip-hop (per Married Biography).

In June 2019, Guest married Jason Wolf. To celebrate the day, she wore a breathtaking Zac Posen gown with dramatic puffed sleeves. Guest posed for a photo with her mother, which Curtis later shared on Instagram (per Bustle). Aside from milestone moments, Guest is seldom seen on social media. Even though she grew up in with parents in "show off business" (Curtis' term), Guest values a quieter, more private life (per The Things).