Kirsten Prout has been blessing our screen since she was just ten years old. Since then, the young actress has, as we know, taken on a variety of roles in many of our favorite shows. She’s played feisty Lucy in Twilight Saga; likeable Char in The Lying Game; performed her own stunts in movie, Elektra, and even talked wedding favours and bouquets in The Wedding Dress when she was just ten. Here, we have formed a collection of some of Kristen’s best onscreen interviews.
The Lying Game
Here, Kristen talks about her new character, Char. Along with some of the other key cast members, Kirsten gives the audience a sneak preview to the show. The Lying Game, which is based on the book, Pretty Little Liars, by Sarah Shepherd, is about a girl who finds out she has an identical twin. During this interview, which takes place during a glamorous photoshoot, Kirsten says of her new character: “Char is from a very upscale home. She likes to dress to the nines… but she’s a really sweet girl.”
Not long after the start of popular series, The Lying Game, Kirsten plays ‘Truth or Lie’, giving away some of her intimate secrets and habits. She has never cheated on a boyfriend, but admits she has cheated in school tests. Her bedroom is never a mess, but admits she struggles to remember friends’ birthdays without the help of Facebook. And she may be proud to tell us she was a good student at school, but she admits she wasn’t as good behind the wheel – she didn’t pass her driving test first time.
Starting her acting career at the tender age of ten, Canadian actress Kirsten Prout is a rising star in Hollywood. She has appeared in major Hollywood blockbusters such as Elektra and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, and hit TV shows such as Kyle XY. She is now set to appear in the new ABC Family offering, The Lying Game, based on a series of novels by the same name; premiering August 2011. Kirsten’s extensive martial arts training helped her in the role of Abby Miller in the movie Elektra, where she performed her own stunts. The academically inclined actress attended McGill University as an English Literature major, which enhanced her understanding of both story and character.
In The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, Kirsten plays Lucy, a tall and blonde vampire of Jasper’s (Jackson Rathbone) past who helps to create a vampire army, along with fellow vampires Maria (Catalina Sandino Moreno) and Nettie (Leah Gibson). Though the part is relatively small, Kirsten’s character plays an important role in the movie; enabling the audience to see in to a main character’s history. The character of Lucy appears in flashbacks of a far earlier time-period, which depict Jasper’s younger-days as a vampire.
Kirsten will be appearing in the new TV show The Lying Game as Charlotte (nicknamed Char), best friend to Sutton (Alexandra Chando). The show is something that fans of Prout will want to plan their social events and games of cheekybingo around. It looks great and revolves around identical twins Emma and Sutton (both played by Chando), who were separated at birth and adopted by two very different families. After they meet, Sutton convinces Emma to help in the search for their birth mother by pretending to be her. When Sutton mysteriously disappears, Emma must decide whether to admit to the swap or continue to lie to Sutton’s family and friends, including Char. Kirsten’s character puts on a brave face as her mother returns from another stay in rehab. She is not aware that her best friend is missing and that her twin sister has taken her place.
Kirsten Prout has had much success and obviously has a promising career ahead of her. Her ability to play many different types of character is proven by the variety of roles she has already played, and definitely sets her apart from some other actresses of her age. Kirsten is sure to impress once again in The Lying Game, and is likely to appear in hit movies and TV shows for years to come, so keep watch for her next starring role.
Kirsten Prout is known also as with nickname Kris and was born September 28, 1990 and her astrological star zodiac is Libra
Seventeen Magazine’s Cosmo Girl just published an exclusive interview with Kirsten Prout, where she talked about The Lying Game, her character on the show, and what it was like being in Eclipse. A big thanks goes out to Seventeen Magazine’s Cosmo Girl for letting us know about a recent interview that they had with Kirsten Prout and to use these quotes and the amazing picture on our site.
Meet The Lying Game’s Kirsten Prout
August 13, 2011
We’ve been counting down all week to the premiere of The Lying Game on ABC Family – the hot new show about twins Sutton and Emma that switch places and then Sutton mysteriously disappears! The show is finally here on Monday night at 9 p.m. ET and CG is psyched to catch up with one of the show’s stars, Kirsten Prout. You may recognize her as Twilight’s (Eclipse) own Vampire Lucy and now she’s playing Sutton’s BFF Charlotte on The Lying Game. Kirsten dished on how she’s like her character, if she’s Team Edward or Team Jacob and what being a part of Young Hollywood is really like!
Cosmogirl: What is it like on the set of The Lying Game?
Kirsten Prout: It is so refreshing. The cast is honest, kind, inclusive, and talented. You very rarely get sanity and talent in one package but all our girls and guys are good, upstanding people with huge careers ahead of them.
Welcome to Kirsten Prout Source, the newest addition to Kirsten Prout fan sites. I created this site to monitor the latest breaking news related to Kirsten and her career and I hope you enjoy the site. Kirsten is known from her great performances in My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 2 , Eclipse and Kyle XY.
For all of you fans of the television series Pretty Little Liars, good news! The same author that wrote Pretty Little Liars also penned the series The Lying Game, and ABC Family is bringing it into production. Actress Kirsten Prout has been cast as Char in the new series The Lying Game.
Eclipse actress Kristen Prout has been cast in ABC Family’s upcoming series, The Lying Game. Is it the new Pretty Little Liars? The books are both written by the same author after all!
What would you do if you had a long-lost twin? What if she disappeared the day you were supposed to meet? How far would you go to find out what went wrong?
In The Lying Game, Emma Paxton travels to Arizona to start a new life with her long-lost sister—but the life she’s about to begin is the one her sister left behind. . . .