More About Stefanie Scott:
Nurturing an impressive body of work that encompasses film and television, Stefanie Scott is one of Hollywood’s most promising young talents as her career continues to evolve with exciting and challenging projects.
Stefanie will next be seen starring in the Disney Channel original series Ant Farm, about a musical prodigy
who joins a gifted program called Accelerated Natural Talent at the local high school. The 'ANTs' must navigate the halls of a new school of older kids who're not fond of grade-skippers. Her other television credits include Universal Picture's "Beethoven's Big Break" which premiered on the Disney Channel and has guest starred in some of prime time televisions popular shows including “The New Adventures of Old Christine,” “Chuck” and “Sons of Tucson.” Stefanie was nominated for a Young Artist Award in 2010 for her supporting role in the Rob Reiner feature film, “Flipped”.
Segueing effortlessly between the big and small screen, Stefanie has worked with some of Hollywood’s most talented directors. She was most recently seen in the Ivan Reitman film “No Strings Attached” playing a younger version of Natalie Portman’s character Emma. She also starred in the Rob Reiner film “Flipped,” which was based on the novel of the same name by Wendelin Van Draanen.
Stefanie knows it is important to give back and is active in many charitable organizations including CHOC (Childrens Hospital of Orange County), Girls Up, The Hollywood Arts Foundation and she sponsors a young girl from Zimbabwe through World Visions.
Born in Chicago, Stefanie moved to Melbourne, Florida at the age of six. She began her acting career at the age of eight in a production of “Annie.” Stefanie continued being cast in commercials, print work, live vocal performances and theatre throughout Florida, before relocating to Los Angeles. In addition to her acting career, she also is a talented songwriter and her newest single will be released in 2011.
An avid animal lover, Stefanie has a Chihuahua named Mocha, a Bijon named Frosty and two cats, Tinkerbelle and Pumpkin. She also loves riding horses in her spare time. She hopes to attend Northwestern University, her father's Alma Mater.
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