Savannah Kennick

Currently recognized for her role in “Arrested Development”, exotic, versatile, and an undeniable talent on the rise, Savannah Kennick is a young actress and artist that has already reached lengths that many strive for. As an actress, she has starred in the small screen, the silver screen and the digital screen appearing in projects including Netflix’s HOLIDAYS, YouTube Original Programming “Liza on Demand” and the award-winning short film BLOOM. Kennick will be starring as “Kristina” in the 2019 horror thriller DO NOT REPLY. Also recognized for her role in the anthological horror film, HOLIDAYS, which premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival, Kennick made a great first impression as “Heidi” having been immediately nominated for both the Young Artist and Young Entertainer Award. Kennick went on to later win a Young Entertainer Award as well as a Best Young Actress award (Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival) for her role as Annabelle in BLOOM. The short film also received an audience choice award at the Beverly Hills Film Festival. Born and raised in Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, a small town right outside of Pittsburgh, Kennick says she subconsciously always knew she wanted to make movies. At 14 years old, she was discovered by a modeling agent in New York City, and went on to book campaigns working with Italian Vogue, American Horror Story: Hotel, Teen Vogue, and Seventeen, to name a few. Kennick was mesmerized by the creativity around her in NYC and quickly discovered her love for storytelling and fascination with the film-making process. Her modeling agent suggested she give acting a try and introduced Kennick to her current talent manager, and she moved to Los Angeles at the age of 16 to make acting her main focus. In her free time Kennick enjoys reading, photography, boxing and painting. She also spends a lot of her time writing, and recently finished writing her first pilot script. On the charity front, she loves to lend her support to organizations that raise funds for breast cancer research, which is a cause close to her heart as her mother is a breast cancer survivor.

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