Anne Winters known for portraying various important roles in popular TV shows and films like 13 Reasons Why, Mom and Dad, and Zac & Mia. She has done endorsement work for brands like Samsung, Subaru of America, EA Charm Girls, and Hasbro. She has a mild social media fan base with more than 60k followers on Instagram and more than 20k followers on Twitter.
Born Name Anne Christine Winters
Nick Name Annie, Bananie
Years active 2009â€“present
Born June 03, 1994, 27 years and 2 months, Dallas, Texas, United States
Sun Sign Gemini
Height 5 ft 3 in or 160 cm
Hair Color Dark Brown (natural). She often tends to dye her hair blonde
Eye Color Blue
Measurements 34-24-34 inches or 86-61-86 cm
Bra size 32B
Anne Winters stuns in plunging white gown on celeb-studded red carpet.
She amazed as she walked the red carpet at the 45th annual Daytime Emmy Awardsat the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California.
Father â€“ Harry Winters
Mother â€“ Karen Winters
Siblings â€“ Lauren Winters (Sister)
Anne Winters went to the Prestonwood Christian Academy, which is a private Baptist school. She had originally thought about joining an acting program at the Southern Methodist University but after graduating from high school, she changed her plans and instead moved to Los Angeles to focus on her acting career.
In Los Angeles, she got enrolled at the College of Canyons, which is a community college, located in Santa Clarita.
Anne Winters is represented by Los Angeles-based Primary Wave Entertainment.
Anne Winters has done endorsement work for the following brands â€“
Texas Library Association
Subaru of America
EA Charm Girls
She has had a very religious upbringing and during her free time, she loves to visit different churches in Los Angeles.
Best Known For
Being cast in the recurring role of Chloe in the mystery drama web series, 13 Reasons Why.
Being cast in the lead role in the critically acclaimed comedy movie, Mom and Dad. Selma Blair and Nicolas Cage were cast in the roles of her parents.
Having played the lead role in the Awesomeness TVâ€™s Zac & Mia. The TV series is an adaptation of the novel by the same name, which was written by Australian writer A.J. Betts.
In 2010, she made her theatrical film debut in the indie Christmas movie, A Christmas Snow.
First TV Show
In 2013, Anne Winters made her first TV show appearance on The Fosters.
Anne Winters Favorite Things
Childhood Crush â€“ Chad Michael Murray
Drink â€“ Matcha green tea
Clothing Items â€“ Vintage t-shirts and old sweatshirts
Anne Winters Facts
While studying in high school, she was in the schoolâ€™s cheerleading team.
She used to split her time between Dallas and Los Angeles while in high school so that she could work in commercials and indie movies.
At the age of 15, Anne managed to win a talent competition in Los Angeles, which helped her win a contract with an established manager.
In her sophomore year in high school, she had managed to score a Nickelodeon pilot, which was eventually scrapped.
When she had applied for an acting course at the Southern Methodist University, she was asked by the faculty why she wanted to study instead of expanding her blossoming acting career. This helped her decide and move permanently to Los Angeles.
While shooting for the first season of Tyrant, she had to live in Israel for 6 months. She used to see missiles from her apartment.
At the age of 10, she gave a solo singing performance at an event held at the American Airlines Center. There were over 24,000 people in attendance at the event.
She has attended a summer camp with actress Hailee Steinfeld. She was even cast in a role of Steinfeldâ€™s best friend in one of the plays held during the camp.
At the age of 4, she gave her first performance in a local musical production.
Net Worth $2 million
She grew up in nearby Lewisville. Winters was educated at Prestonwood Christian Academy, a private Baptist school in Plano.
When she was ten years old, Winters sang a solo at the American Airlines Center to a crowd of over 24,000 people.
She originally planned to attend Southern Methodist University for her college education, but chose instead to relocate to Los Angeles in order to pursue her acting career.
Winters made her film debut as Young Kathleen in the straight-to-DVD film A Christmas Snow. She then appeared in the straight-to-DVD film Cooper and the Castle Hills Gang. In 2013, she guest starred in the Disney Channel sitcom Liv and Maddie as Kylie Kramer, appearing in the episode “Steal-A-Rooney”. From 2013 to 2014, Winters had a recurring role as Kelsey in the ABC Family/Freeform drama series The Fosters.
From 2014 to 2016, Winters starred in the regular role of Emma Al-Fayeed in the drama series Tyrant, created by Gideon Raff for the FX network. She was credited as a guest star during Tyrant‘s second season, appearing in only four of the 13 episodes, and continued her role in the third season. Winters starred in a leading role in the 2014 independent drama film, Sand Castles , directed by ClenÃ©t Verdi-Rose, opposite actors Jordon Hodges and Clint Howard.
She won the Leonardo da Vinci Horse Award for Best Ensemble Cast at the MIFF Awards with her co-stars. Also in 2014, Winters starred as Kelly Decker in the action film Fatal Instinct.
In 2015, she appeared as Gwen in the faith-based film Pass the Light, directed by Malcolm Goodwin.
Winters won Best Supporting Actress at the 2016 Nice International Film Festival for her role in the drama film The Tribe.
She won the 2018 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series for her performance in the role.
Winters portrays ChlÃ¶e Rice, the new head cheerleader and It girl of Liberty High in a recurring role of the second and third seasons of Netflix’s drama series 13 Reasons Why, and appeared in the 2018 comedy film Night School, directed by Malcolm D. Lee.
She has been cast in the ABC drama series Grand Hotel.
In 2020, she will appear in season 3 of The Orville, as new series regular, Charly Burke.
Christian Film Festival Best Cast (2016) Pass the Light
Best Actress Teen Fan Favorite (2016) Pass the Light
Day time Emmy Award (2018) Zac & Mia (2017)
Milano International Film Festival Award (2014) Sand Castles
St. Tropez International Film Festival (2016) The Tribe (2016)