Sterling Jerins is only a teenager, yet she has already worked as a professional actress for approximately ten years.

Her grace and confidence while on camera make her one of the most desirable young performers in recent times. It was evident that the young actress was destined for greatness from a very young age.

The Hollywood Reporter published an article on the rising star back in 2012, after she'd been cast in a string of high profile movies. 

Jerins hasn't slowed down in the last few years, proving that filmmakers recognize potential when they see it.

The actress is perhaps best known for her two notable horror film roles in World War Z and The Conjuring franchise. And now, she's back with The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It and ready to scare the living daylights out of fans.

‘The Conjuring’ Franchise

Jerins has been a part of The Conjuring franchise since the beginning, and her success has led to a slew of parts you might recognize her in. 

She initially starred in James Wan's supernatural horror film in 2013 and has been a staple ever since.

The Conjuring series follows Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) as they attempt to communicate with devilish spirits to evict them from this realm. 

The Warrens' most recent film, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, is based on the true story of Arne Cheyenne Johnson (Ruairi O'Connor), who alleges he murdered his landlord after becoming possessed by a demon.

In many situations, their family gets the raw end of the deal, and little Judy Warren, played by Jerins, has seen her share of ghosts over the years.

‘World War Z’

The talented actress also appeared in a distinct horror-thriller World War Z in 2013. Jerins played Constance Lane, Brad Pitt's character Gerry’s youngest daughter. 

The Lanes are all in a car together at the start of the film, joking around like one big happy family. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, the zombie apocalypse occurs, forcing the family to flee.

They manage to run for a short while, but it's clear that unless Gerry puts his life on the line to help find a cure, the outbreak will continue.

Most Recent Work

The 16-year-old featured in the HBO series Divorce that ended in August 2019.

The drama follows a married couple, Frances (Parker) and Robert (Thomas Haden Church), as they struggle to make the tough decision to divorce. They juggle their obligations during this shift, especially rearing their children, one of whom is Lila portrayed by Jerins.

While Lila is getting ready to leave the home, she frequently realizes that her parents are still maturing at the same pace as she is. Her parents may have to remind her to buckle up, but Lila is there to warn them whenever they make wrong decisions.

Other Appearances 

The New York native has co-starred in the romantic comedy And So It Goes (2014), directed by Rob Reiner as the granddaughter of Michael Douglas' character. 

She also appeared in the 2015 mystery thriller Dark Places, which was based on Gillian Flynn's novel of the same name. Jerins portrayed young Libby Day, who was the primary character of the movie.

In the same year, she co-starred in the action thriller No Escape alongside Owen Wilson and Lake Bell.