The Rock's Daughter Grew Up To Be Gorgeous

She may only be a teen, but Simone Garcia Johnson is quickly growing into a strong, outspoken and inspiring young woman. The oldest daughter of legendary wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and his first wife, Dany Garcia, the teenager has already made Golden Globes history, drafted some very lofty career plans, and even garnered a few enemies on Instagram by unapologetically supporting causes she's passionate about. Let's learn more about this chip off the ol' Rock.

The Rock's daughter was actually raised by two superstar parents

Although Simone Garcia Johnson's mom may not be as instantly recognizable as her dad, she is just as famous among Hollywood circles and is a superstar in her own right. In addition to being the co-founder and co-CEO of Seven Bucks Productions, Dany Garcia has also been The Rock's manager since 2008 (the same year the couple divorced) and is largely credited with his massive success.

As Marie Claire declared in 2017, she's "responsible for his multimillion-dollar enterprise" and his becoming the world's highest paid actor in 2016. Speaking of her decision to leave a successful career on Wall Street in order to manage her ex full-time, Garcia admitted that she "had to become very comfortable, very quickly, with creating a new paradigm: 'Yes, I am his manager. Yes, we were once married. Now, let's go build s*** together.'"

The Rock got his daughter working young

Head over to Simone Garcia Johnson's IMDB page and you'll only spot four credits under her name, citing her appearances on Entertainment Tonight and at the 75th Golden Globes, all as herself. However, as the budding young star revealed to W magazine in January 2018, she's actually been pretty involved in showbiz from the time she was just 12 years old. As it turns out, The Rock's daugher has taken on the unofficial role of a mini-producer next to her famous parents who have "always wanted to know my input on certain things," like Inside the Olympia, a short film her parents produced about the women competing in the Olympia bodybuilding expo and competition.

Simone Garcia Johnson became an older sister late in life

When Simone Garcia Johnson was 14, she became an older sister for the first time, as The Rock and his longtime girlfriend, singer/songwriter Lauren Hashian, welcomed their first child together, a baby girl named Jasmine (above), in December 2015. Fast forward to December 2017 and the pair announced their family was about to grow even bigger with the addition of another little girl in Spring 2018, making Garcia Johnson a sister again. As the proud papa joked, "once again, big daddy is completely surrounded by beautiful estrogen and loving, powerful female mana... I wouldn't have it any other way."

A professional modeling career could be in Simone Garcia Johnson's future

In 2016, Simone Garcia Johnson began exploring possible career opportunities when she signed with IMG Models. She is currently listed under the 'Development' tab on the agency's website and her portfolio features both her Instagram feed as well as a collection of professionally shot images. The snaps range from high fashion to streetwear and Garcia Johnson's official profile has her listed as being 5'10" with brown eyes, dark brown hair and a 10.5 U.S. shoe size.

The Rock's daughter made history at the 2018 Golden Globes

Simone Garcia Johnson received quite the "fantastic present" for her 16th birthday when she learned that The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) had chosen her to be the first-ever Golden Globes Ambassador – a role reserved for the children of Hollywood's elite and previously dubbed Miss or Mr. Golden Globe — for the awards' 75th anniversary. As HFPA president Meher Tatna explained of the moniker change, the association "decided to expand this role to embody the HFPA's philanthropic efforts year round" and, as The Rock's daughter told Teen Vogue, they wanted to "make the title become more inclusive and promote equality, and those are things that I'm really passionate about and that I love."

"I feel so blessed and so excited to be part of this, especially being the first Golden Globe Ambassador and knowing that this tradition is going to be carried on — it's going to be amazing," Garcia Johnson gushed to The Hollywood Reporter following the announcement.

Simone Garcia Johnson on a mission to empower young women

As part of her duties as the first-ever Golden Globes Ambassador, The Rock's daughter was tasked with picking a charity to partner with throughout her year-long tenure. She chose GlobalGirl Media, a nonprofit that describes itself as "dedicated to empowering high school age girls from under-served communities around the world through media, leadership and journalistic training to have a voice in the global media universe and their own futures."

"They're an incredible organization," the newly crowned ambassador explained of her decision. "And they empower young women through digital journalism, and they give them all the tools they need to get their voice heard." She echoed those sentiments in a chat with Teen Vogue a couple of months later, concluding, "I'm super excited to be partnering with them."

Stardom is down the list on Simone Garcia Johnson's priorities

Despite pursuing a modeling career and proudly fulfilling her Golden Globes Ambassador duties, Simone Garcia Johnson's top priority has nothing to do with Hollywood. Speaking with W Magazine, she revealed that "school's definitely a priority for me, and so is college."

At the time of Magazine interview, The Rock's daughter was attending high school in Florida. She shared her plans for the future, which included graduating, taking the SATs for a second time — "I think it went well," she said of completing the test in December 2017, "but I'm definitely going to take it again in March!" — then going on to study business at university.

Instagram backlash doesn't bother The Rock's daughter much

Looking ahead, Simone Garcia Johnson hopes to "inspire people to speak out on issues that they're passionate about," something she herself has been doing on Instagram. "I think that social media is a great way to speak up about issues that people are passionate about and things that they feel need to be changed," she explained before admitting, "I've definitely gotten some backlash over certain things, but you can't please everyone. I'll read the comments sometimes, but I tend to focus more on the positive ones."

What else does she focus on? "I just support equality 110%," The Rock's daughter passionately told Teen Vogue before listing causes close to her heart, including "Black Lives Matter, trans rights, or women's rights." She also taken to Insta to let her X followers and counting know she supports helping refugees, the NFL's #TakeAKnee national anthem protests and has even called out tabloids for body-shaming celebrities.

Simone Garcia Johnson joined her voice with a powerful movement

On January 1, 2018, the day the Time's Up movement against sexual harassment launched as a direct response to the Harvey Weinstein scandal and a follow-up to the #MeToo movement, The Rock's daughter took to Instagram to share her support for the cause.

"The clock's been ticking on the abuse of power. I stand in solidarity with women across every industry to say #TIMESUP on abuse, harassment, and assault," she declared. "#TIMESUP on oppression and marginalization. #TIMESUP on misrepresentation and underrepresentation."

Watch out world, The Rock's daughter is coming

Having grown up with a wrestling legend as her father, it's no surprise that The Rock's daughter has massive respect for the sport — but it's women's wrestling that really gets her pumped. "It's a sport that is unlike anything else in the world," Simone Garcia Johnson told The Hollywood Reporter back in 2017. "There's just a certain amount of passion that every move and match requires, and that's so admirable. It's definitely something I've thought about and want to pursue."

Laying out her plan, the teen went on to reveal, "I plan to study business in college — NYU, hopefully — and after graduating, I want to pursue wrestling." Then, after that, she hopes to take a cue from her mother — "I've watched my mom build and grow a business, which I've been so inspired by!" — and "transition into talent management."