Reed was born in West Los Angeles, California, the daughter of Cheryl Houston, a beautician, and Seth Reed, a production designer.
She has an older brother, Nathan August Reed, and a younger half-brother Joey Reed.
The film is about a group of college friends who get together in their final year to play a game of intramural football. Reed wrote a script set in New Zealand between the 1960s and the 1980s.
She has said she feels more versatile than her typecasting in roles of "sexy bad girls." She has sometimes been told by producers that she is too "sexy" for a particular part.
In December 2011, it was announced that Reed joined the cast of Pawn, an indie crime thriller directed by David A. The film also stars Forest Whitaker, Ray Liotta, Common, Michael Chiklis, Sean Faris, Stephen Lang, Marton Csokas and Jessica Szohr.
In July 2013, Reed joined the cast of the independent sports comedy Balls Out, alongside Jake Lacy, Kate Mc Kinnon, Beck Bennett and Jay Pharoah. Other well-known figures in the video include Kat Dennings, Drake Bell, Drew Seeley, Amy Paffrath, and Alex Beh.
This moment was broadcast on an American Idol episode as part of a segment that showed the contestants attending the premiere.
Reed teamed up with Staples and Do Something for their third Annual School Supply Drive in the summer of 2011. She volunteers at animal shelters in her free time and she designed a limited edition collar and leash for Gilt to benefit Aspca.
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My sources tell me exclusively that at the end of the evening, or early morning depending how you see it, the four of them left the event, hugged before parting ways (a weird 4-way group hug), Kristen and Michael hopped in a cab, and Nikki and Rob walked further up the block… She stayed with him overnight, was supposed to be back in LA on Monday…. Perhaps she couldn’t get up, or perhaps she couldn’t leave?
unlikely Pattinson and Reed could carry out any sort of secret romance with out photogs grabbing a shot or two of the couple together.
Directed by Catherine Hardwicke, it became an international success.