Mary Elizabeth Winstead

It’s difficult to distinguish Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s acting style, primarily because she’s played an impressive range of characters throughout her career. If graphic novels are of interest, you probably recognize her as the vibrantly violet-haired Ramona Flowers from Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World. That role may have catapulted her into the Hollywood limelight, but she already possessed an impressively robust repertoire.

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Taylor John Smith

HBO's rich storytelling hits another milestone with this summer's Sharp Objects. Acting alongside Amy Adams and Chris Messina with the same intense and fierce bravado is Taylor John Smith. The youthful actor discusses stardom, along with the emotions that are needed to be conveyed in such deep thought-provoking roles. Smith also shares his thoughts on unwinding against a hectic schedule, and how journaling and photography have become new creative outlets.

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Bailee Madison

Bailee Madison is redefining roles—from child star to critically acclaimed actor (all while elevating her semblance with titles such as author, producer, and philanthropist). She is forging ahead with a conviction and purpose that is well beyond her years. Not only that, she is doing so both inside and outside of the industry by using her profile, talent, and platform. She is bringing profound issues such as childhood illness, education, loss, and bullying to the foreground of the conversation.

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Joey King

The optimistic, upbeat Joey is the kind of California girl that makes people falls in love with instantly. No questions needed. Born and raised in Los Angeles, you may know the American actress from her role as the well-meaning troublemaker Romona Quimby in Romona and Beezus, the 2010 adaptation of Beverly Cleary’s book series, and which deserved more screen time. Thriller enthusiasts may recognize Joey as Christine Perron, the first Perron in The Conjuring who noticed malevolent spirits in the house wanting her family dead. And chances are, some may be able to identify Joey’s voice in animated films such as Horton Hears a Who! And Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs.

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