Scarlett Johansson

Has a twin brother, Hunter Johansson, older sister, Vanessa Johansson, an older brother, Adrian, and an older half-brother, Christrian
Her acting career started in a broadway show, Sophistry
Her mother, Melanie Johansson, and her father, Karsten Johansson, were devorced when she was only 13
Quote: "I don't talk about my personal relationships, it always ends up kicking you in the face. But I've read a lot of things about myself and think, `Wow! That girl sounds really saucy.'"
Recieved the "introducing" credit in "The Horse Whisperer", even thought it was her seventh film.
Celebrated her 20th birthday at Disneyland.
She was a skit in 1993 during "The Conan O'Brien Show" when she was 8. She relived those moment 12 years latter during an interview with Conan O'Brien.
Has green eyes.
Invited to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on June 2004 for the first time.
Quote: "It's a great thing to get older and learn. I don't feel bound in any way by how many years I've lived. I identify just as much with my 86-year-old grandmother as I do with my sister."
Injured herself while shooting "The Island" because the film required her to "sprint for survival" scenes.
Became the official Calvin Klein's new fragrance in 2004.
Kate Hudson was originally casted as Griet in "Girls with a a Pearl Earring", but she pulled out. They recasted the character with Kirsten Dunst, but she dropped out after the success of "Spide-Man". Scarlett Johansson was then casted.
Her grandmother, Ejner Johansson, was a writer.
Ironically wore a scarlett colored dress at the 2006 Golden Globe.
"Lost in Translation" was shot in only 27 days with a limited budget.
Supported democrat presidential candidate Howard Dean in 2004. She wore a Howard Dean badge to "The Perfect Score" premiere.
Was supposed to co-star with Tom Cruise in "Mission Impossible III", but dropped out due to scheduling conflicts.
The black and while Sarah Jordan commerical shown on "The Island" is an actual Scarlett Johansson commercial in real life. Scarlett played the clone of Sarah Jordan, Jordan Two-Delta.
Her film "The Avengers", broke the opening weekend box office record with over a $200.00 million opening.