Anne Christine Winters was born in Dallas, Texas to Karen and Harry Winters. She grew up in nearby Lewisville. Winters was educated at Prestonwood Christian Academy, a private Baptist school in Plano. When she was ten years old, Winters sang a solo at the American Airlines Center to a crowd of over 24,000 people. She originally planned to attend Southern Methodist University for her college education, but chose instead to relocate to Los Angeles in order to pursue her acting career.
Winters made her film debut as Young Kathleen in the straight-to-DVD film A Christmas Snow. She then appeared in the straight-to-DVD film Cooper and the Castle Hills Gang. In 2013, she guest starred in the Disney Channel sitcom Liv and Maddie as Kylie Kramer, appearing in the episode "Steal-A-Rooney". From 2013 to 2014, Winters had a recurring role as Kelsey in the ABC Family/Freeform drama series The Fosters.
From 2014 to 2016, Winters starred in the regular role of Emma Al-Fayeed in the drama series Tyrant, created by Gideon Raff for the FX network. She was credited as a guest star during Tyrant's second season, appearing in only four of the 13 episodes, and continued her role in the third season. Winters starred in a leading role in the 2014 independent drama film Sand Castles, opposite actors Jordon Hodges and Clint Howard. She won the Leonardo da Vinci Horse Award for Best Ensemble Cast at the MIFF Awards with her co-stars. Also in 2014, Winters starred as Kelly Decker in the action film Fatal Instinct.
In 2015, she appeared as Gwen in the faith-based film Pass the Light, directed by Malcolm Goodwin. She also starred as Avery Lindstrom in the Lifetime television film The Bride He Bought Online, directed by Christine Conradt. That same year, she was cast as Vicki Roth in ABC's crime drama series Wicked City. Winters co-starred as Valerie York in the NBC pilot sequel to the teen drama film Cruel Intentions, alongside the film's original star Sarah Michelle Gellar. Winters won Best Supporting Actress at the 2016 Nice International Film Festival for her role in the drama film The Tribe.
She starred opposite Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair in the horror comedy film Mom and Dad, directed by Brian Taylor. Since 2017, Winters has had a lead role in the go90 drama series Zac and Mia, portraying teenage cancer patient Mia Phillips. She is set for a recurring role in the second season of Netflix's drama series 13 Reasons Why, and will also co-star in the comedy film Night School, directed by Malcolm D. Lee.
- ↑ ‘Grand Hotel’: Anne Winters & Bryan Craig Cast In ABC Drama Pilot, by Denise Petski, Deadline (March 7, 2018)
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