|Born||Halston Jean Schrage[better source needed]
May 10, 1993
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
I like to Instagram my dogs! I also get excited to post behind-the-scenes photos from when I was filming something.
Making a movie is like an accelerated version of growing up with someone. You spend so many hours a day with each other, and you're putting your heart into this same effort.
I like the simplicity of a halter-top or plunging neckline, but I'll rough it up by wearing studded shoes and my leather jacket.
I would love to be in a Nicholas Sparks movie. And Scarlett Johansson inspired me. I think it's cool when women are able to kick butt.
John Mayer and Jack Johnson are two of my all-time favorites. I love Colbie Caillat and really cool, beach-y, guitar, acoustic type music.
I met my agent when I was 10 years old on a family skiing vacation. He asked if I was interested in acting, and I had been doing school plays. A couple of years later, I called him up, and I started auditioning.
The whole experience on 'Grown Ups 2' was like going to adult summer camp.
I did grow up in Los Angeles. I actually didn't start acting until I was sixteen, so I was very removed from the Hollywood scene. I had always been in my school plays, but my mom and dad wanted to keep me out of the business until I was old enough to know who I was and not let anyone change me.
I went to an all-girls school, and I always felt like I missed out on a traditional high-school life.
I grew up riding horses since I was eight. I rode English style and competed every weekend. I had two horses, Scout and Camille, and they were my babies. It taught me a lot about responsibility and commitment. I hope horses will always be in my life.
I went to high school in Los Angeles, and I grew up riding horses, so that was kind of my life. I always wanted to act.
I am excited when I get a movie and I get to move somewhere for a certain amount of time. But I am a Cali girl.
I'm 20 years old, and I still love love. I hope I'm sweet. Just your everyday girl.
I did grow up reading the 'Twilight' books. I feel guilty, but I was always Team Edward.