Shawna Waldron

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Shawna Waldron
Born Shawna Langill Waldron
(1982-01-25) January 25, 1982 (age 35)
Glendale, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1994–present

Shawna Langill Waldron (born January 25, 1982) is an American actress. Waldron is best known for her roles as Becky O'Shea in the 1994 sports comedy film Little Giants and as Bonnie Stiles on CBS television series Ladies Man.


Waldron was featured in a string of commercial roles before landing the part of Becky "Icebox" O'Shea, the only girl on an all-boys football team, in the movie Little Giants.[1] Little Giants is considered her first feature film debut (the film The New Kid, in which she also acted, has never been released). After starring in Little Giants, Waldron went on to play Michael Douglas' daughter in the movie The American President.[2]

Waldron's first television role was in the pilot for CBS's Morning Glory. She then guest-starred on the series Malony in which she played the dramatic role of a teen who had witnessed a murder.

Waldron was nominated for Best Performance in a TV comedy series, Supporting Young Actress category from the Twenty-first Annual Young Artist Awards for 1998-1999 for her role in Ladies Man.[3]


  • 1994: Little Giants as Becky 'Icebox' O'Shea
  • 1995: The American President as Lucy Shepherd
  • 1998: A Change of Heart as Sarah Marshall
  • 1998: Mr. Headmistress as Beryl Andrews
  • 1999-2000: Ladies Man as Bonnie Stiles #2 (21 episodes)
  • 1999: Family Rules as Anne Harrison (6 episodes)
  • 2001: The Yellow Sign as Tess Reardon/Camilla
  • 2001: Aftermath as Tess
  • 2002: Flatland as Tess (1 episode)
  • 2006: To Kill a Mockumentary as Samantha
  • 2007: Stupidface as Unknown (1 episode)
  • 2008: Poison Ivy: The Secret Society as Azalea Berges
  • 2009: 3 Days in L.A. as Amanda
  • 2010: Horror 88 as Joanna (in production)
  • 2010: Cyrus as Chloe
  • 2011: Lizzie as Maggie (post-production)
  • 2012: Night Lights as Erin [4]


  1. ^ "Shows how movies used to be". The Ledger. October 28, 1994. Retrieved January 29, 2010. [dead link]
  2. ^ Maslin, Janet (November 17, 1995). "A Chief Executive in Love in the White House". The New York Times. Retrieved January 29, 2010. 
  3. ^ "Movies for all". The Hindu. March 24, 2006. Retrieved January 29, 2010. 
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