• Born in New York City in 2005, Lulu Wilson is an American actress best known for her portrayal of Linda in the 2017 movie “Annabelle: Creation”.
• Started acting at age four and made her debut in the 2012 comedy series “Louie”.
• Has appeared in several movies and TV series, including “Ouija: Origin of Evil”, “Becky” and “The Haunting of Hill House”.
• Has been nominated for three awards, and has a net worth of approximately $200,000.
• Enjoys playing her ukulele, dressing up and spending time in nature.

Who is Lulu Wilson?

Lulu Wilson was born in New York City, USA on 7 October 2005 – her zodiac sign is Libra and she holds American nationality. She’s an actress, who’s probably known best for her portrayal of Linda in the 2017 mystery horror thriller movie “Annabelle: Creation”, written by Gary Dauberman, directed by David F. Sandberg, and which starred Anthony LaPaglia, Miranda Otto and Samara Lee. It follows a doll-maker, whose creation Annabelle has been possessed and wants to kill a nun and several orphan girls who are staying with the doll-maker and his wife. The series won one of the nine awards it was nominated for.

Early life, parents and education

Lulu was raised alongside her two sisters in the Hell’s Kitchen borough of New York City, but the three girls haven’t shared any details concerning their parents who prefer to be left out of the spotlight.

She became interested in acting when she was around four years old, and it was her parents who drove her around the state to attend auditions. Just a year after Lulu began attending a local elementary school, she got to make her debut TV series appearance in the 2012 episode “Barney/Never” of the comedy series “Louie”, which aired from 2010 to 2015 and was a hit, winning 20 awards of the 107 it was nominated for, including two Golden Globes.

Two years later aged nine, Lulu appeared in three episodes of the drama series “Black Box”, while the same year saw her make her film debut with her portrayal of Christina in the 2014 biographical crime action “Deliver Us from Evil”, written and directed by Scott Derrickson, and which starred Eric Bana, Edgar Ramirez and Olivia Munn. It follows a priest and the police officer Ralph Sarchie as they’re combating possessed people in New York. After this role, Lulu realized that she’s a fan of horror movies.

She enrolled at a local high school in 2019, and should be matriculating in 2023, and Lulu already seems to be more interested in her acting career than in further education.

Roles in movies

In 2014, Lulu made an uncredited appearance in the drama “The Money”, which failed to attract a lot of attention, but in 2015 she played Victoria, one of the lead characters in the adventure fantasy drama “Her Composition” written and directed by Stephan Littger, and which also starred Heather Matarazzo and Margot Bingham. It follows a composition student who starts working as an escort to pay for her college tuition, and then finds inspiration in the sounds which her clients make during sex. The movie was nominated for ten awards.

The year 2016 saw Lulu star as Doris Zander, alongside Elizabeth Reaser and Annalise Basso in the mystery horror drama “Ouija: Origin of Evil”, written and directed by Mike Flanagan, and which is about a widowed mother and her children who use a Ouija board to allow an evil presence to enter their home – the movie won two of the nine awards it was nominated for.

A couple of Lulu’s following roles were in the 2017 action adventure comedy “Cop and a Half: New Recruit”, the 2017 comedy “Raised by Wolves” and the hit 2018 action adventure science fiction “Ready Playe,r One” directed by Steven Spielberg, and which starred Ben Mendelsohn, Tye Sheridan and Olivia Cooke – the movie won 11 awards of the 67 it was nominated for, including an Oscar. In 2018 as well, Lulu appeared as Sally Anne in the western action drama “Gone Are The Days”, and as Maya in the action horror mystery “The Clinic”.

Three of her most recent roles in movies have been in the 2020 biographical historical drama “The Glorias”, written and directed by Julie Taymor, and which starred Julianne Moore; the 2020 action crime drama “Becky” in which she portrayed the lead character, and the 2020 comedy “Valley Trash” which failed to attract any attention.

Roles in TV series

In 2014, Lulu was invited to star as Mikayla in the comedy “The Millers”, created by Gregory Thomas Garcia and which starred J. B. Smoove, Margo Martindale and Will Arnett. It follows a divorced reporter who has to help his parents deal with their marriage problems; the series won one of the four awards it was nominated for, including a Primetime Emmy.

Lulu went on to appear in the 2016 episode “Hall of Shame” of the comedy “Teachers”, three episodes of the comedy “Inside Amy Schumer”, and all eight episodes of the mystery crime mini-series “Sharp Objects”, which starred Amy Adams, Patricia Clarkson and Chris Messina, and follows a reporter who returns to her hometown to cover a murder.

Lulu gained recognition in 2018 when cast to star as Young Shirley in the horror mystery mini-series “The Haunting of Hill House”, created by Mike Flanagan, and which starred Michiel Huisman, Carla Gugino and Henry Thomas. It follows the family who recall the time when they lived at their former haunted home, and the series won ten of the 42 awards it was nominated for.

Three of Lulu’s most recent roles in series have been in a 2019 episode of the romantic comedy “Modern Love”, the 2020 episode “Nepenthe” of the action adventure drama “Star Trek: Picard”, and two episodes of the short horror drama “50 States of Fright”.

Lulu Wilson

Other credits

Lulu drew illustrations for the 2020 movie “Becky”.

She has appeared in several talk-shows, such as “Entertainment Tonight”, “Made in Hollywood” and “The IMDb Show”.


Lulu has been nominated for three awards, in 2016 for an Indiana Film Journalists Association Award for Best Actress for her performance in the movie “Ouija: Origin of Evil”, and in 2019, she and her two groups of colleagues were nominated for two Online Film & Television Association Awards for Best Ensemble in a Motion Picture or Limited Series for their performance in the series “The Haunting of Hill House”, and the mini-series “Sharp Objects”.

Friends and boyfriends

It is said that Lulu usually gets along easily with her colleagues, whether actors or actresses, young or old people. She has been described as a lively and outgoing girl who likes to have fun and tell jokes, but is also serious about her acting career.

While most people believe her to be too young to be dating, some of her fans have claimed that Lulu is currently in a relationship with her high school sweetheart, who is the same age as her. The two have allegedly been seen spending time together by a Lulu fan, but no evidence has been provided to support these claims, nor has Lulu commented on this.

As of March 2021, Lulu appears to be single, as she hasn’t spoken about any boy she’s perhaps seeing today.

Hobbies and other interests

She is a cat-lover, and her pet cat can be seen featured in a couple of her Instagram pictures, and she also has a pet dog. There’s a squirrel which occasionally spends time around Lulu’s house, and it can also be seen featured in a couple of Lulu’s Instagram pictures and videos.

Lulu likes to dress up for Halloween and any other occasion which allows her to put on a costume. She has recently shared a picture of herself and her friend who have cosplayed as Paulie and Juno from the critically acclaimed movie “Juno”.

Lulu’s interested in music, and enjoys playing her ukulele.

She prefers to spend her free time in nature, rather than in overcrowded cities.

Lulu has her own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are the late Heath Ledger, Julia Roberts and Anne Hathaway, and a couple of her favorite movies are “10 Things I Hate About You”, “The Runaway Bride” and “One Day”.

Age, height and net worth

Lulu’s age is 15. She has long brown hair and blue eyes, her height is 5ft (1.52m) and she weighs around 100lbs (45kgs).

As of March 2021, her net worth has been estimated at over $200,000.


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