Deemed “a standout”, “particularly impressive” and “worthy of especially high marks” for her terrifying starring role in Mike Flanagan’s Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016), Lulu Wilson continues to command audience attention at only 11 years old.
Originally from New York City, Wilson made her film debut as Christina in Jerry Bruckheimer’s dark thriller Deliver Us from Evil (2014), opposite Eric Bana and Olivia Munn. Shortly after, Lulu moved to Los Angeles to work as a series regular on the CBS hit comedy The Millers (2013) for two seasons starring as Mikayla.
Wilson thoroughly enjoyed the change of pace starring on a hit comedy series, but it wasn’t too long after that she craved to return to her film roots. She starred in the highly anticipated revamped sequel of Cop and a Half: New Recruit (2017), in which she stars as the “half” opposite Lou Diamond Phillips, which premiered 2017.
But as a true fan of thriller and horror genres, Wilson also scored a starring role in Warner Brothers’s Annabelle: Creation (2017), the highly anticipated sequel to the first film. The follow-up received international critical acclaim.
Prior to this, Wilson has been seen on episodes of Inside Amy Schumer (2013), Teachers (2016), and Black Box (2014), as well as the upcoming films The Clinic (2018) and Gone Are The Days (2018). When Lulu isn’t acting, she’s hard at work writing short stories and screenplays.
She played Kestra in Star Trek: Picard: Nepenthe (2020) in the series of Star Trek Picard since 2020.