Anne Winters Biography, Age, Boyfriend, Movies,13 Reasons Why, Night School, Tyrant, Interview

Anne Winters Biography

Anne Winters born as Anne Christine Winters is an American actress best known for her appearance in FX’s series Tyrant, ABC’s series Wicked City and Netflix’s series 13 Reasons Why as Chlöe Rice.

Anne Winters Age

Winters was born on 3 June 1994 in Dallas, Texas, United States. She is 24 years old as of 2018

Anne Winters Family | Anne Winters Sister

She was born to American parents. She has a sister Lauren

Anne Winters Boyfriend | Anne Winters Husband

She is in a relationship with artist Taylor Beau. The couple began dating in 2018.

Anne Winters 13 Reasons Why | Anne Winters Chloe Rice

Winters was cast as Chlöe Rice, a smart, clueless, popular girl at Liberty High, Bryce’s girlfriend and the new head cheerleader in the American teen drama web television series “13 Reasons Why”

Anne Winters Night School

Winters was cast as Mila, a deadpan hipster from a wealthy family, whose parents force her to get her GED at the night-school class in the 2018 American comedy film “Night School”

Anne Winters Tyrant

Winters was cast as Emma Al-Fayeed Barry and Molly’s daughter in the American political drama television series “Tyrant”

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Anne Winters Emmy

She won the 2018 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Digital Daytime Drama Series.

Anne Winters Movies




2018 Night School Mila
2017 Reality High Holly
Mom and Dad Carly Ryan
2016 The Tribe Sarah
2015 Pass the Light Gwen
The Bride He Bought Online Avery Lindstrom
2014 Sand Castles Lauren Daly
Fatal Instinct Kelly Decker
2011 Cooper and the Castle Hills Gang Lauren
2010 A Christmas Snow Young Kathleen
2009 Gloria Student

Anne Winters Tv Shows





Grand Hotel



13 Reasons Why

Chlöe Rice


Zac & Mia

Mia Phillips


Cruel Intentions

Valerie York


Wicked City

Vicki Roth



Emma Al-Fayeed


The Fosters



Liv and Maddie

Kylie Kramer

Anne Winters Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of around $11 million

Anne Winters Instagram

Anne Winters Interview

Interview: Anne Winters On ‘Grand Hotel’, ’13 Reasons Why’, And ‘Night School’.

COUP DE MAIN: You star in the upcoming comedy ‘Night School’ – do you enjoy working across different genres of film/television (e.g. ’13 Reasons Why’ versus a comedic film role)?
ANNE WINTERS: Yeah, I definitely enjoy doing different things. I think that’s the fun part about our job, is that we kind of get to immerse ourselves in so many different types of worlds, like making situations funny, or really diving deep into a serious situation. I love it. I think I’m definitely more into drama, but I think comedy sprinkled here and there is really fun to do, especially when you’re super serious all the time and do a lot of drama.

CDM: Are there any other genres/types of acting that you’d love to explore in your career?
ANNE: I would really like to do an action-packed type of movie where I was a badass, fighting and doing my own stunts. They usually don’t let you do all your own stunts, but I would DIE to do my own stunts.

CDM: When you’re looking at scripts, is there one particular thing that catches your attention/something that you look for?
ANNE: I just look for something unique and different – something that resonates with me. I think it could really be anything, but something that really grabs my attention. When you’re reading a script and you really feel for a certain character and you really see where they’re coming from, and it’s different than what I’ve done, then that’s really all I could ask for. I’m always asking to do different things, and I think overall all the characters that I’ve done have been a pretty good variety of different roles and different characters. As long as I’m always challenging myself and doing something different than what I’ve done before, then that’s pretty much what I look for.

CDM: Your Twitter header is a very inspirational quote: “Stay close to people who feel like sunlight.” Why do you think that’s such an important thing to take to heart?
ANNE: Oh my gosh, that’s so funny, that has been my background photo for so long! I mean, it’s pretty simple, but it’s just so true. You should surround yourself with people that really make you who you are, and bring that light out of you – and don’t let anyone dim your light. Everyone that you surround yourself with, I think that they should bring a new part of you, or really make you feel like you’re the best you.

CDM: Your next project is ‘Grand Hotel’, which Eva Longoria is executive producing. Have you gotten to work with her in pre-production yet?
ANNE: I have gotten to work with her so much, she is the most hands-on producer ever. She actually just started a Whatsapp group yesterday with the whole cast, and was sending us videos of her on set – they’re building the whole lobby of the hotel that we shot in Miami. She was sending us videos of all the stuff and behind-the-scenes. She’s amazing. I tell everyone this, but she was on her hands and knees hemming my maid-skirt on set. She was like, “Us short girls, we need short skirts because we can’t look short on-screen.” And I was like, “Yes!”

CDM: Talking about playing Chloe on ’13 Reasons Why’, on Twitter, you mentioned that “love goggles” can blind people from reality. Do you think it’s important to sometimes take off the love goggles in a relationship?
ANNE: Yes, 100%, I think that’s a big thing that you learn too, that you need time to yourself to really see where you’re at in your own head and where you’re at in your own life – you kind of just re-evaluate yourself and where you’re at in that time of your life. Really make sure that you’re still staying true to who you are, and that your relationship is growing you and not tearing you down. I think that’s something that Chloe didn’t really get a chance to do. But hopefully, she will next season. 

CDM: How did you feel when you heard the song your boyfriend wrote for you, ‘Lil Anne’, for the very first time? Did he tell you he was making it?
ANNE:  It was so cute! I think that’s one of the first songs that he made because he used to be in this boyband that hated me, so now he’s doing his own music and getting to write songs about me – it’s actually really exciting and really cute. I was really happy. He goes to the studio and spends the whole night there and will come back with a new song and it’s always a surprise. One time he came back and there was already a song on iTunes with my face on the cover, so I was like, ‘Well that’s nice!’ He was worried I wouldn’t have approved it, but I was like, ‘That’s so cute, of course, I’m gonna approve of it.’

CDM: You recently attended a special Spotify event for Troye Sivan’s new album! Do you love the album? What other music do you enjoy listening to?
ANNE: I did, I really loved it. It was so cool, we got to sit in a big bubble – he created a massive blow-up bubble full of blankets and pillows inside and we all laid down and listened to the album. Honestly, it was super cool and a lot of variety of emotions and songs. I feel like my favorite music is just old throwback R&B songs, I don’t know why, but any song that I used to listen to when I was in middle school still makes me so happy. I like all kinds of music, it just depends on my mood really. I also think music is a big part of acting too, I always have a playlist or a couple of songs that I think each character identifies with. If I want to get into character I put on a certain song that gets me to that place. It really helps.

CDM: Back in 2016 you were part of the ‘Open Your Heart’ campaign to help promote awareness for ‘healthy hearts’. Are there any other charities you’d like to use your platform to support?
ANNE: I’m always down to help out with so many different ones, we recently just volunteered for a church that we just started going to. We helped give out backpacks and help kids get ready for school that can’t maybe afford all the school supplies and all those things, so that was really fun. I’m down to help out wherever I can, I’m really passionate, different projects make me passionate about different things. I did a show called ‘Zac and Mia’ and that made me really passionate about cancer and kids that are going through that and their families. So if I could help out with that, that would be cool.

‘Night School’ is in NZ cinemas this Thursday, September 27th – watch the trailer below…