Liv Tyler Biography, Age, Parents, Kids, Movies, Armageddon, Lord Of The Rings

Liv Tyler Biography | Who Is Liv Tyler

Liv Tyler born Liv Rundgren Tyler is an American former model, actress, and producer best known for her role in the Lord of the Rings film trilogy in 2001.

Liv Tyler Age | How Old Is Liv Tyler

Liv was born on 1 July 1977 in New York City, New York, United States. She is 41 years old as of 2018

Liv Tyler Family | Liv Tyler Dad | Liv Tyler Mom | Liv Tyler Sister

She is the only daughter of Bebe Buell model, singer, and Miss November 1974, and Steven Tyler, the lead singer of Aerosmith. She has three half-siblings: Mia Tyler born in 1978, Chelsea Anna Tallarico born in 1989, and Taj Monroe Tallarico born in 1991. Her maternal grandmother, Dorothea Johnson, was the founder of the Protocol School of Washington.

Liv Tyler Husband

She was married to British musician Royston Langdon of the band Spacehog. The couple got engaged in February 2001 and married on March 25, 2003, in Barbados. They then confirmed their separation in on May 8, 2008. She then met David Gardner, a British sports and entertainment manager in 2014 who she is now dating.

Liv Tyler Boyfriend

Before her marriage, she was dating her Inventing the Abbotts co-star Joaquin Phoenix from 1995 to 1998

Liv Tyler Children | Liv Tyler Kids | Liv Tyler Baby

She has two children: Her firstborn son Milo William Langdon born in December 2004 from her marriage with Royston, her second born son  Sailor Gene Gardner born 2015 and third born daughter Lula Rose Gardner born in 2016 are both from her relationship with Gardner.

Todd Rundgren Liv Tyler | Liv Tyler Steven Tyler

Her mother Buell lived with rock musician Todd Rundgren from 1972 to 1979. She then got pregnant from a brief relationship with Steven Tyler and gave birth on July 1, 1977, naming the child Liv Rundgren( who is now Liv Tyler)claiming Todd Rundgren as the biological father.

At that time, Rundgren and Buell had separated but Rundgren signed the birth certificate and acted as a father figure to Liv. Liv met Steven Tyler and figured out he was her father of which her mother accepted claiming that Steven Tyler was too heavily addicted to drugs at the time of Liv’s birth

Liv Tyler Height, Weight and Body Measurements

  • Height: 5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
  • Weight: 57 kg or 126 pounds
  • Measurements: 36-25-34 in or 91.5-63.5-87 cm
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Liv Tyler Lord Of The Rings | Liv Tyler Lotr | Liv Tyler Arwen | Liv Tyler Elf

She was cast as the Elf maiden Arwen Undómiel in the feature film The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, in 2001, and as Arwen in The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, the second installment of the series. She also appeared in the third and last installment of the series, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Liv Tyler Hulk

She was cast as Betty Ross, a cellular biologist and Bruce’s former girlfriend in 2008 American superhero film The Incredible Hulk

Liv Tyler Givenchy

She campaigned for Givenchy beauty. She first sang in the Very Irresistible perfume commercial, and designed a lip gloss—named Gloss Revelateur De Liv—for the collection.

Liv Tyler Smoking

She stopped smoking and restarted after a film role that required her to smoke. She admitted that she smokes sometimes

Liv Tyler Armageddon

She was cast as the daughter of Bruce Willis’ character and love interest of Ben Affleck’s character in the American science fiction disaster film Armageddon

Liv Tyler Lesbian

She played the role of Marilyn, the maid of honor and lesbian lover of Dee Dee (Kate Hudson) from in 2000 film ‘Dr. T and the Women’

Liv Tyler Movies | Liv Tyler Películas





Silent Fall

Sylvie Warden




Empire Records

Corey Mason


Stealing Beauty

Lucy Harmon

That Thing You Do!

Faye Dolan


Inventing the Abbotts

Pamela Abbott

U Turn

Girl in Bus Station



Grace Stamper


Plunkett & Macleane

Lady Rebecca Gibson

Cookie’s Fortune

Emma Duvall


Tatyana Larina


Dr. T & the Women



One Night at McCool’s


The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Arwen Undómiel


The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers


The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King


Jersey Girl



Lonesome Jim



Reign Over Me

Dr. Angela Oakhurst



Clare Cooper

The Strangers

Kristen McKay

The Incredible Hulk

Betty Ross





The Ledge



Robot & Frank

Madison Weld


Jamie Marks Is Dead

Linda McCormick

Space Station 76

Jessica Marlowe



Ellen Cooper

Liv Tyler TV Shows





2014–2017The LeftoversMeg AbbottMain role; 13 episodes
2017GunpowderAnne VauxMain role; 3 episodes
2018HarlotsLady Isabella FitzwilliamMain role

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Liv Tyler Crazy

She appeared in Aerosmith’s music video for “Crazy” in 1993.

Liv Tyler Interview

Interview: Liv Tyler on her beauty secrets, style and London


You’ve recently moved to the UK. How are you settling in? Very well, thank you. I love that I’ve been given the opportunity to start a new adventure at 39!

What tips would you give an American visiting for the first time? Ask a friend who’s English – get a good list together from someone you trust as London is so big and there is so much ground to  cover. In New York you can be far more spontaneous, but here you must have a plan.

You’ve also just collaborated on a range with British brand Belstaff. Why do they resonate with you? I really love the brand and admire its heritage and history. I find it brave, adventurous and inspiring– while remaining fashionable.

How did you enjoy going behind the scenes and being part of the creative process? Behind the scenes is always my favourite place to be, whether on a film set or in fashion. I love asking questions and learning something new.

And what inspiration did you draw upon for the collection? I honestly just created my dream pieces that I personally would want to wear. It’s for a girl on the move – chic and functioning. I was also inspired by some of the most iconic women of the late ’60s and early ’70s like Anita Pallenberg, who’s the mother of one of my oldest friends, Marlon Richards. I love to spend time with her to ask questions, but I am most interested in how she sees things now, in 2016, as opposed to the past.

How would you describe your own personal style? Right now I am channelling my inner tomboy. I’m loving a great pair of flats with trousers and a gorgeous Gucci blouse together with one of the leather jackets I designed for Belstaff.

You have the most dewy skin we’ve ever seen. Any insider secrets? Ah, thank you so much! I work very hard to take extra good care of my skin. Lots of water, face masks, moisturiser and exercise. Though I have to admit that the older I get I realise that the secret is not in a cream. It’s laughter and a great orgasm. You get that glow…

If we rummaged around your make-up bag, what would we find? I was the face of Givenchy skincare, cosmetics and fragrance for nearly ten years. A few years ago I had input on a lip colour that was a combination of a few things that I loved – it was later released as ‘Liv’s lips’ – I am never without it. You’ll also find Givenchy compact powder, my favourite blush oil from Milk, Charlotte Tilbury mascara and Herbivore lip balm from Australia.

You’ve just filmed the final series of the widely acclaimed HBO show The Leftovers. What excited you about the project? I was so interested in what was happening in television three years ago. It appeared that there was a wider variety of meaty roles for women. I read the script and all of its weirdness was just my cup of tea. It reminded me so much of some of my favourite shows, like Twin Peaks and The Twilight Zone, but mixed with so much more human emotion.

What do you think sets the show apart from others and makes it so special? The combination of co-creators Tom Perrotta and Damon Lindelof and the team of writers has just created magical storytelling; with the parameters of the story, it just gives you the freedom to go anywhere. Nothing is shocking but everything is shocking. There are no rules.

What will you miss most about playing Meg in the series? Playing such a complex and impulsive character. It has been very exhilarating being able to explode – as an actress, I’ve never had the opportunity to explore that before.

Do you suffer from working mother guilt? Of course, every mother does. You always want to do the absolute best for your family while also achieving all of your dreams professionally. I don’t feel so much guilt, per se, but more that there simply aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything.

What lessons do you wish to impart to your children as they grow up? Kindness, thoughtfulness, manners and respect are everything.

What’s your perfect London day? Waking up with my children, taking a long walk in a lush green park and heading to the pub for a drink before the sun goes down.

Where would we find you on a quiet Sunday? What? Quiet weekend? With four kids I need a vacation after the weekend.

Where will you be spending Christmas this year? With my husband David [Gardner] and the children. We love to spend Christmas at Soho Farmhouse, which is absolute heaven. It’s so beautiful
and they have thought of everything… roaring fires, Christmas carols and hot toddies! No gift can match time away with my family. That’s all I want.’