Scarlett Estevez was born in Los Angeles, California, and from a young age she displayed a knack for the performing arts. Best known for her role in the two “Daddy’s Home” films (starring opposite Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg), Estevez previously played the role of Trixie on the Fox series Lucifer, which was renewed for a fourth season on Netflix. She voices the character of Esme Louise on the Amazon animated series “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” and most recently voiced the role of Izzy in “The Grinch” animated feature.  Estevez booked her first national commercial at age three and has since appeared in over twenty-five national commercials. Her first movie role was a short film for the Make a Film Foundation, titled “The Magic Bracelet.” The cast included James Van Der Beek, Hailee Steinfeld, Jackson Rathbone, J.K. Simmons and Bailee Madison. Following that, her first full-length feature film was the 2013 drama “And Then There Was You,” starring Garcelle Beauvais. In 2015, Estevez starred in the hit comedy feature “Daddy’s Home,” and reprised her role in the 2017 sequel.

When not on set, 11-year-old Estevez enjoys staying active, whether it’s gymnastics, hiking, or running around with her siblings and cousins. She is a pescetarian and resides with her family in Los Angeles. She plays Gwen Flores on Season 4 of Bunk'd.


  • Scarlett plays the main character Trixie in the FOX & Netflix show Lucifer for 4 seasons. She got cast as Trixie at 7 years old in March of 2015.
  • Scarlett is of mixed race. She is half Hispanic, half Caucasian
  • Scarlett started acting in commercials at age 3 & started doing film & TV at age 5.
  • Scarlett started modelling as a baby.
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