Willow Shields

Willow Shields made her screen debut at the age of 8 in the short film "Las Vegas New Mexico 1875". In 2009, she portrayed Lisa Rogan in the drama series "In Plain Sight". The following year, she starred alongside Emily VanCamp in the TV movie "Beyond the Blackboard".
Her breakthrough came in 2012 when she landed the role of Primrose Everdeen in the film adaptation of Suzanne Collins' novel "The Hunger Games", alongside Jennifer Lawrence. The film was highly successful, leading to Shields reprising her role in subsequent installments of the franchise.
In 2017, Shields starred as the lead in the fantasy film "The Wonder", also known as "Into The Rainbow". That same year, she appeared in "A Fall From Grace". In early 2015, at the age of 14, she became the youngest contestant on season 20 of "Dancing with the Stars", partnering with Mark Ballas and finishing in seventh place.
In 2018, Shields received critical acclaim for her role in "Woodstock or Bust" and won an award at the Artemis Women in Action Film Festival. She continued her career with the role of Serena Baker in the original Netflix series "Spinning Out", focusing on figure skating. The series was discontinued after one season by the platform.