Anne Wintersas Ingrid
Emmy® Award-winning actress Anne Winters has quickly become "one to watch" in the entertainment industry, showcasing her ability to bring diverse and dynamic characters to life on screen.
Winters can currently be seen starring opposite Katherine Langford and Dylan Minnette on season two of Netflix's critically acclaimed drama series 13 Reasons Why, executive produced by Selena Gomez and Brian Yorkey. Winters portrays Chloe, a beautiful, confident girl trying her hardest to navigate high school's treacherous waters and make it all seem effortless.
Winters will also star in ABC's upcoming drama series Grand Hotel, executive produced by Eva Longoria. On the film front, she can be seen starring in Universal's Night School, opposite Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish, Ben Schwartz and Taran Killam. Winters was also recently seen starring alongside Selma Blair and Nicolas Cage in the indie horror-comedy film Mom and Dad, which debuted at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival to rave reviews.
Winters has also continued to star in Awesomeness TV's go90 scripted series Zac & Mia, garnering her a 2018 Emmy win for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series. Additional notable credits for Winters include the popular FX series Tyrant, ABC's Wicked City, Freeform's The Fosters, Netflix's Reality High, Indie feature The Tribe (for which she won Best Actress at the Nice International Film Festival), Flirting with Madness, Pass the Light, Sand Castles and Fatal Instinct.
Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Winters has held a strong passion for performance since her years in middle school, which she spent participating in both theater and competitive cheerleading. After entering a local acting competition, Winters won and landed the chance to sign with a management company in Los Angeles and has been landing roles ever since. Off set, Winters loves to read, work out and road-trip with her friends down to Malibu.