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Born and raised in Sacramento, California, Chastain developed an interest in acting from a young age.
Chastain's biggest success of the year came with the drama The Help, co-starring Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer and Emma Stone, which was based on Kathryn Stockett's novel of the same name.
Chastain played Celia Foote, an aspiring socialite in 1960s Jackson, Mississippi, who develops a friendship with her black maid (played by Spencer).
Kathryn Bigelow's thriller Zero Dark Thirty marked Chastain's final film release of 2012.
The film tells a partly fictionalized account of the decade-long manhunt for Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden after the September 11 attacks.
Lawless, directed by John Hillcoat, was based on Matt Bondurant's Prohibition-era novel The Wettest County in the World. Williams, entitled The Color of Time (2012; also known as Tar), directed by the New York University students of actor James Franco, Chastain played the mother of the young Williams.
Chastain played a dancer from Chicago who becomes embroiled in a conflict between three bootlegging brothers (played by Shia La Beouf, Tom Hardy, and Jason Clarke). A short part that Chastain had filmed opposite Ben Affleck in Terrence Malick's To the Wonder (2012) was edited out of the final film, and due to scheduling conflicts, she dropped out of the action films Oblivion and Iron Man 3 (both 2013).
Chastain is the founder of the production company Freckle Films, which was created to promote diversity in film.
She is vocal about mental health issues, as well as gender and racial equality.
Also that year, she worked with Playwrights Horizons on a production of Richard Nelson's Rodney's Wife as the daughter of a troubled middle-aged film actor.
Her performance was not well received by the critic Ben Brantley of The New York Times, who thought that she "somehow seems to keep losing color as the evening progresses".