Abby has been performing since the age of six when she was cast as a munchkin in her school’s production of The Wizard of Oz. Most recently, she played a lead role in the comedy Good Girls Get High which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival this year. She also starred alongside Edie Falco, Jenny Slate, and John Turturro in Landline, a film by the same creative team behind the multi-award winning Obvious Child. In television, she recently appeared in “Arkangel,” an episode of Netflix’s Black Mirror that was directed by Jodie Foster, and in an episode of AMC’s Better Call Saul. Up next, she will play Annie in Greta Gerwig’s adaptation of Little Women, out in 2019. She also recently finished filming After The Wedding, alongside Julianne Moore and Michelle Williams. Her other credits include The Journey Is The Destination, Law and Order SVU, as well as The Sisterhood Of Night and the film Radium Girls opposite Joey King. For as long as she has been acting, Abby has been singing and writing music. She began playing guitar at the age of 7, and is vocally trained by Steven Lutvak. Most recently, Abby has recorded her original music with producer, RyanHadlock, at Bear Creek Studio in Woodinville, Washington, as well as in California with producer, John Fields. Abby is an accomplished equestrian, avid snowboarder and lover of the outdoors.