Los Angeles, California, United States
Born in Los Angeles in 2007, Scarlett Estevez began her professional career at the age of 3 when she landed her first national commercial for a luxury car brand. Her older sister had gone in for an audition and the casting director asked to see the younger Estevez as well. As she continued to amass commercial credits and print ad work, Estevez began to break into film and TV acting. Her first role was in "The Magic Bracelet," a 2013 short film for the Make a Film Foundation with a cast including James Van Der Beek, Hailee Steinfeld and JK Simmons, and directed by Jon Poll. Her first feature role came the same year, in "And Then There Was You" (2013) starring Garcielle Beauvais. In 2015, Estevez had a major role in "Daddy's Home" (2015) playing the daughter of Mark Wahlberg, being raised by her mom (Linda Cardellini) and step-father (Will Ferrell). The same year, she premiered in her first series regular role, playing Trixie, daughter of two LAPD detectives aided by the title character on the show "Lucifer" (Fox, 2015-).