Stefania LaVie Owen
December 15, 1997 (25)
Stefania LaVie Owen is a New Zealand-American actress with a growing body of work in film and television. Over the years, she has portrayed a myriad of characters, effortlessly oscillating between diverse roles and presenting audiences with performances that linger in memory. One of her initial breakout roles was in Peter Jackson‘s adaptation of “The Lovely Bones,” in which she played Flora Hernandez. Her notable filmography also includes roles in “Krampus,” “The Beach Bum,” and “The Cat and the Moon.” On the small screen, Owen shined with her roles in television series such as “The Carrie Diaries,” where she played the younger sister of Carrie Bradshaw, and “Sweet Tooth,” a post-apocalyptic drama that delves into a world with hybrid human-animals.
Throughout her journey in the entertainment industry, Owen has had the privilege of working with Sarah Jessica Parker and AnnaSophia Robb from “The Carrie Diaries,” Matthew McConaughey and Zac Efron from “The Beach Bum,” and Noni Hazlehurst in “Sweet Tooth.” Other significant collaborations feature her alongside Isabelle Fuhrman, Tommy Martinez, and James Rolleston in various projects.
Owen’s work has not gone unnoticed in the industry. She was honored with the Best Actress title at the Chelsea Film Festival for her role in “The Cat and the Moon.”