Colleen Rennison (December 2, 1987) is an Canadian actress of feature films, television movies and television series.
Colleen began her acting career when she got a role on Canadian film Max. She went on to do TV movies, Dream Man, starring Patsy Kensit and Andrew Mcarthy (Pretty in Pink), as well as Sin and Redemption, with Richard Greeco (21 Jumpstreet). Carpool, starring Tom Arnold, David Paymer and Rachel Leigh Cook, was her first major American feature. Shortly after she landed a role in the John Dahl directed Unforgettable with Ray Liotta and Linda Fiorentino, followed by The Story Of Us, directed by Rob Reiner and featuring Bruce Willis and Michelle Pfiffer in which she portrays their daughter Erin. Her next major American role was playing Minnie Driver as a young girl in the film Beautiful, directed by Sally Field, also starring Joey Lauren Adams and Hallie Kate Eisenberg. Colleen continued to work on more Canadian projects such as the short lived but critically acclaimed These Arms of Mine for CBC, which landed her a Gemini nomination, and the Emmy award winning casting director Coreen Mayrs' independent film A Feeling Called Glory (based on the short story "The Presbyterian Sidewalk" by Barbara Gaudi), for which Rennison won a Gemini, making her the youngest ever winner at 12. Most recently Colleen has appeared in the films American Venus, Boot Camp, and Safety Glass (starring Hillary Duff, to be released next year). Rennison has also appeared in television series, Highlander. She has also guest appeared on television series, Poltergeist: The Legacy, Millennium, The Sentinel and Stargate SG-1. She is currently living in New York studying screenwriting and musical theater.
Colleen Rennison at the Internet Movie Database
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