Jennifer Stone: Film career
Jennifer Stone is a young American actress,whose fame came after the role of Abby Hanover in the movie "Mean Girls 2". Jennifer also starred in the TV series "House Doctor", starred in the series "Wizards of Waverly Place", played a small role in the horror "Do not be afraid."
Her first prominent role in the movie, Jennifer was in 2003 - played Martha in the family comedy "Used Lions." Her frame partners were Michael Caine and Haley Joel Osment.
In 2011, Jennifer was approved for one of thethe main roles in the youth comedy "Mean Girls 2", the sequel to the comedy Mark Waters. Critics rated the film lower than the original, but it was very popular among teenagers. In 2013, the actress played in the movie "Do not be afraid", the first horror in her career. The painting became a directorial debut for Anthony Leonard III. Critics were not enthusiastic about the film, in most reviews it was called "boring and not terribly enough."
Career on TV
Jennifer Stone since childhood is removed in theserials and television films. In 2004, the actress appeared in one of the episodes of the criminal sequel "Line of Fire." A year later in the television series "Doctor House" actress played a 10-year-old girl, suffering from excess weight. Soon she received a small role in the detective TV series "Without a trace", dedicated to the search for the missing.
For five years since 2007, Jenniferplayed the role of Harper Finkle in the youth series "Wizards of Waverly Place". Selena Gomez and David Henry starred in the sequel along with Jennifer Stone. Films with the participation of the actress began to enjoy success precisely after this work.
Actress starred in a fantasticthe television series Deadtime Stories, based on the eponymous series of novels by Annette and Gina Cascone. In the television filmography of Jennifer Stone is worth highlighting the series "Corollary for the body." The actress played Hannah in the episode "Lost Souls".