Willow Shields Biography
Willow Shields is an American actress best known for appearing in The Hunger Games film series as Primrose Everdeen.
Willow Shields Age | How Old Is Willow Shields
Willow was born on June 1, 2000 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.she is 18 years old as of 2018.
Willow Shields Parents | Willow Shields Family
Is willow shields Brooke shields daughter?, the answer is no, she was born to Carrie Shields and Rob Shields, an art teacher.
Willow Shields Twin | Willow Shields Sister | Autumn Shields And Willow Shields
She has a twin sister Autumn Shields, and an older brother actor River Shields.
Willow Shields Boyfriend
She is single. Their is no records of her past relationships.
Willow Shields Height, Weight and Body Measurement
Height: 5 ft 3 in / 160 cm
Weight: 119 lb / 54 kg
Breast/Bust size: 33 in / 86 cm
Waist size: 25 in / 64 cm
Hips size: 36 in / 92 cm
Bra size: 38 B (US) / 85 B (EU)
Cup size: B (US)
Dress Size: 6 (US) or 36 (EU)
Willow Shields Movies And Tv Shows – Career
She begun her work in 2008, narrating the short film Las Vegas New Mexico 1875. She appeared in a 2009 episode of the USA Network drama as Lisa Rogan a.k.a. Lisa Royal in “In My Humboldt Opinion”, In Plain Sight. In 2011, she also appeared in the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie, on CBS and portrayed a homeless child named Grace.
She co-starred in The Hunger Games, as Primrose Everdeen. She reprised her role in the sequels, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, and Part 2. She starred in the films The Wonder which was released in 2017 under the title Into the Rainbow.
Willow Shields Movies
Woodstock or Bust
A Fall from Grace
Into the Rainbow
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2
Dancing with the Stars
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
The Hunger Games
R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour
Beyond the Blackboard
In Plain Sight
Lisa Rogan/Lisa Royal
Las Vegas New Mexico 1875
Girl Watching Gun Fight (voice)
Willow Shields Hunger Games
She is known for playing Primrose Everdeen, the younger sister of heroine Katniss Everdeen in the “Hunger Games” film franchise in 2012.
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Willow Shields And Jennifer Lawrence
Willow and Jennifer Lawrence played as sisters, Jen and Josh in The Hunger Games for six years, the two began to feel like real-life family.
Mark Ballas And Willow Shields | Willow Shields Dancing With The Stars | Willow Shields Dwts
She is among the celebrities from season 20 of Dancing with the Stars. Mark Ballas was her professional partner on season 20 of Dancing with the Stars. The couple was eliminated in the seventh week of competition.
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Willow Shields Interview
Exclusive Interview With Willow Shields On The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
We Got This Covered: To start, can you give me a sense of what you’re up to now? You’re in the middle of the Catching Fire press tour and you’re also in the middle of shooting Mockingjay, too?
Willow Shields: No, I’m just going to start Mockingjay pretty soon. We’re filming them both back-to-back and we’re probably going to start in a couple of weeks, which I’m really excited about.
WGTC: From the moment you got this role, it seems like the franchise never really took a break. Did you yourself get much of a break between the first and second films?
Willow Shields: Yeah, between the first and second films there was a pretty large break and that gave me the chance to just take in everything, but now it’s just crazy because after all the press for Catching Fire, we’re already jumping on to filming Mockingjay 1 and 2.
WGTC: How do you unwind when things get crazy during the press tours and shooting? Anything in particular you like to do just for fun?
Willow Shields: On set I just hung out with Jennifer [Lawrence] a lot, but other than that, I actually had quite a bit of downtime everyday so I did a lot of school and then I hung out with one of my friends that lives in Atlanta.
WGTC: Now, Catching Fire had a much bigger bank account than The Hunger Games, so was there anything noticeably different for you on the two sets?
Willow Shields: No, I don’t think so. Not really, honestly. Everything was top notch like in the first movie as far as great set design, costumes, all of that. On the second movie there was new cast members, which was different, but other than that there was nothing, except for that I was more comfortable on set for Catching Fire than when I went on set for The Hunger Games because on Catching Fire, we all knew each other already.
WGTC: I spoke to you and Amandla [Stenberg] back at San Diego Comic Con for Hunger Games and you two seemed really close. I imagine it must be tough to move on without her and the other original cast members that you got so close with. Did you keep in touch with them while filming?
Willow: Yeah, we kept in touch. It was a little bit harder for me just because I was 12 when filming Catching Fire and I think the next youngest person was probably like 19, so it’s a big difference in age. But it’s still a blast. It’s just different.
WGTC: Have any of your friends from the first film seen the new one?
Willow: Yeah. Actually, a couple of them were at the LA premiere.
WGTC: Did they like it?
Willow: They loved it. They absolutely loved it. It was exciting to see them there supporting the second one.
WGTC: And how about working with Francis instead of Gary? Is there anything specific you missed about Gary and anything new that Francis brought to the table that you were excited about?
Willow: I really thank Gary for casting me in the first movie. I can never forget that. He was such a good director and did a great job of bringing the book to life. Francis did an amazing job with this one as well. There’s differences, but it’s not anything huge. I feel like each director brings their own feelings to each movie they do.
WGTC: Does Francis like to give you a lot of notes in between takes?
Willow: Not really. What was fun about this film set is he’s really chill about me and Jen just hanging out, talking – sometimes we goof around a little too much – and then he’s good at just letting us actors explore and do what we want to do for our roles. He trusts in us and what we’re doing, which was really fun. He’s definitely a great director to work with.
WGTC: Now how about developing Prim? When we see her in Catching Fire, she’s changed big time since The Hunger Games. I’m sure the entire experience of watching Katniss go through the Games is what lit the fire inside her, but is there anything specific that you thought made Prim want to step up more than anything?
Willow Shields: I think it’s that she realizes that Katniss is what’s going to create hope in their world and is what’s going to create the rebellion. Katniss definitely is everyone’s hope at that point so I think with Prim realizing that, it kind of opens up this world to her and her being there for Katniss.
WGTC: How was it delivering that one big line in your scene with Jen when you literally declare just that? Was it hard nailing that line just the way you wanted?
Willow Shields: No. I feel like with me and Jen, because we’re kind of like sisters off camera too, so it’s kind of easy to deliver each of those lines because we’re so connected that it was just really natural to be able to do that.