Kiernan Shipka’s biographyIn the galaxy of the new generation of stars, one shines especially brightly, Kiernan Shipka is called the «golden child of television», she is talented, intelligent and very ambitious, but does not suffer from narcissism and does not get into scandalous chronics, but puts all her skills into the development of her creative career. Most viewers recognized her by her role of Sally from the «Mad Men» series, and her participation in the remake of the series about young witch Sabrina is also interesting.
Early yearsKiernan Brennan Shipka was born on November 10, 1999, in Chicago, in the family of real estate agent John Young Shipka and his wife Erin Ann. The parents immediately spotted the exceptional creative abilities in their only daughter and began to encourage her passion for music and dancing. Little Kiernan took part in commercial shootings, she was a model, showed clothes for girls, starred in publications.
«Mad Men»The series has been shot since 2006 and from the very first episode, it received the love of viewers who appreciated watching the life of the director of an advertising agency and his staff.
Further careerDuring the set of the «Mad Men» series Kiernan Shipka tried herself in other acting roles. The roles in the «Carriers», «House Broken», «Smooch», the «Flowers in the Attic» were among her most significant roles of that period, where Danny de Vito, Heather Graham, Chris Payne, and Ellen Burstyn became the partners of the young actress on the set at various times.
The dark, atmospheric story of loneliness and human despair, «The Blackcoat's Daughter« was the first written attempt as a screenwriter and director by Oz Perkins, the son of the great Anthony Perkins. The picture turned out to be imaginative, original, and stellar and Emma Roberts, Lucy Boynton, and Lauren Holly took part in the picture alongside Kiernan. Many critics noted that among the young actresses who took part in the film, Kiernan was the most convincing and showed the great potential for a dramatic actress.