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Despite a role opposite Matt Damon in Clint Eastwood’s latest film, she’s wonderfully unstarry with down-to-earth tastes and refreshingly old-fashioned views on marriage Bryce Dallas Howard is unmistakably her father’s daughter.

The clear, open features, fabulous red hair and sunny disposition are familiar to anyone who, like me, remembers Ron Howard as the freckled, all-American Richie Cunningham in Happy Days, alongside Bryce’s godfather Henry Winkler as the Fonz.

While promoting the film, she was interviewed by US talk-show host Jay Leno, who was surprised that she had never seen the iconic series.

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Bryce looks about 18, although she will be 30 this March.

She has a natural prettiness with unusually luscious lashes (‘No, they’re not fake,’ she assures me) and a sense of calm maturity that I suspect comes from the responsibility of being a young working mother.

‘I just knew that, in our fight scene, if I messed up his hair millions of young women would want to kill me.’Twi-hards don’t need me to tell them that Victoria won’t be returning in the next instalment.

But Bryce’s latest role in Hereafter, with Matt Damon and Belgian actress Cécile De France, which opened recently in the States, has already earned her a different level of respect.

In his post-Happy-Days career, her father has directed a formidable list of films including Splash, Apollo 13, the Oscar-winning A Beautiful Mind, Frost/Nixon and The Da Vinci Code.

Her mother Cheryl is a writer who ‘was once the manager of a shooting range…she’s good at everything.

The crying stopped immediately, and the Howard children entertained her for hours.

The actress makes an equally good impression at our lunch in Santa Monica.

We chat about Santa Monica, where I’ve lived for years and where Bryce and her family have recently moved from the posher Hollywood Hills. I didn’t want people to say I’d got a role because of my dad, but then later my parents asked me, “Aren’t you proud to come from our family? ” And I was like, “Omigosh, no, I am so proud of you guys!

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