Angourie Rice (born 1 January 2001) is an Australian film actress known for her lead roles in These Final Hours and The Nice Guys, as well as her supporting role in Sofia Coppola's 2017 version of Thomas P. Cullinan's The Beguiled.
Rice lives in Melbourne, with her parents Jeremy Rice, a director, and Kate Rice, a writer. She also lived in Perth for five years and in Munich, Germany for one year before moving to Melbourne.
In 2013 Rice made her feature film acting debut with an apocalyptic thriller film These Final Hours along with Nathan Phillips, which Zak Hilditch directed based on his own script. She appeared in the live action sequences at the beginning and end of the animated film Walking with Dinosaurs.
In 2015 Rice appeared in the television series The Doctor Blake Mysteries, Worst Year of My Life Again, and Mako: Island of Secrets.
In 2016 Rice appeared in the science-fiction fantasy film Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows, as "Tegan", a supernatural villain, commenting "It was very strange because I have never had magical powers before and I have also never been the bad guy so I was super excited to play Tegan."
Rice also played a lead role in the action comedy The Nice Guys (2016), with Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling, directed by Shane Black. The film was released on 20 May 2016 by Warner Bros. Pictures. In 2017, she featured in Sofia Coppola's 2017 version of Thomas P. Cullinan's The Beguiled, which premiered at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival where Coppola won the Best Director Award, becoming only the second female to do so.