Savannah Stehlin

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Savannah Stehlin
Born (1996-03-06) March 6, 1996 (age 21)
Jacksonville, Florida, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 2005–present

Savannah Stehlin (born March 6, 1996) is an American actress. Savannah's most known role is Spork, the leading role in the musical comedy film Spork. She has also appeared in four episodes of the TV series Sleeper Cell and, in 2016, had the role of Elsie Holloway in the horror thriller film Viscilla.

Biography[edit]

Early life[edit]

Stehlin was born in Jacksonville, Florida. She began her acting career at age 2 in the nationally televised Fort Lauderdale Christmas Pageant. By the age of 4, she had landed the part of a soloist in the pageant. Stehlin performed in 15 shows, each with a live audience of 3,000 people. Later, she began auditioning for commercials throughout Florida and, shortly after, was booked on a non-union Burdines commercial. By the age of 6, Stehlin had booked several national commercials. While working on a Publix commercial, she came in contact with her current manager, Sharon Lane. She moved to L.A. soon after.

Music[edit]

Savannah Stehlin, at the age of 13, started writing and performing songs including: "I'm Carrying My Heart," "I'm in Love," and "Why, Oh Why."

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 The Family Stone Elizabeth Trousdale Feature film
2006 Gilmore Girls Cissy TV series; 1 episode, "The Real Paul Anka"
Cold Case Melanie Campbell TV series; 1 episode, "Fireflies"
Sleeper Cell Dakota Rossman TV series; 4 episodes.
Hannah Montana Patty Dontzig TV series; 1 episode, "Torn Between Two Hannahs"
2007 TV series; 1 episode, "Bad Moose Rising"
ER Charlotte Paxton TV series; 1 episode, "From Here to Paternity"
State of Mind Hazel McKenzie TV series; 1 episode, "In Bocca Al Lupo"
Seven's Eleven: Sweet Toys Noodle Short
2008 The Return of Jezebel James Zoe TV series; 1 episode, "Pilot"
According to Jim Rebecca TV series; 1 episode, "The Chaperone"
2009 Without a Trace Megan Dobbs TV series; 1 episode, "Wanted"
Boxed In Judith Short
2010 Spork Spork Leading role in feature film[1][2]
2013 Contribution of a Verse Jo Short
2016 Villisca Elsie Holloway Feature film

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Spork Director JB Ghuman on his Directorial Debut".  Wall St Journal blog Retrieved 2016-6-24
  2. ^ "Spork Film Review".  Hollywood Reporter Retrieved 2016-6-24

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