Has being a child actor forced you to grow up before your time?
Not really. I’ve been raised in a non-traditional family environment [three of her eight siblings are also actors], so becoming an actress and living in the adult world was not much different for me. I’ve only been acting for about three-and-a-half years, so I didn’t start as a young child. Probably the toughest thing a child actor faces is the level of rejection that we are frequently exposed to through the auditioning process. Without strong moral support from my family, keeping me focused on what really matters in life, I would not be who I am today.
If not acting, what do you see yourself doing in five years?
I know it sounds silly but I would love to be a professional babysitter.
What was the best on-set experience you've had since you started acting?
This is an impossible question. I’ve had so many wonderful experiences that I can’t pick one. One of my favourite things about Annabelle Creation is how well we all got along both on and off set. It’s so wonderful when you establish lifelong relationships. I have made friends on every project that I could I pick up the phone and call right now.