Biography

Kirsten Zien née Prout was born in Vancouver, Canada. Meeting with success at an early age, she worked locally in Vancouver, guest-starring on shows such as First Wave (1998), Stargate SG-1 (1997), Cold Squad (1998) and The Dead Zone (2002). Her first sizable break in film came in 2005, when she landed the part of "Abby Miller", a young martial arts prodigy, alongside Jennifer Garner, in Elektra (2005). Kirsten performed her own stunts and utilized her martial arts training for the film, then went on to play the demure "Amanda Bloom" on the ABC Family television series, Kyle XY (2006). After the show finished its successful three seasons, Kirsten attended McGill University as an English Literature major. She was then immediately cast in Summit's The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010), becoming a part of the hugely successful Twilight Saga. Shortly thereafter, she starred as the troubled "Alex Bell" in parts two and three of MTV's horror trilogy, My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 2 (2010) and My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 3 (2012), and portrayed the lovable "Char Chamberlin" on ABC Family's teen drama, The Lying Game (2011). Kirsten has both a solid history in the industry as well as a promising future in both film and television.

Kirsten Zien née Prout was born in Vancouver, Canada. Meeting with success at an early age, she worked locally in Vancouver, guest-starring on shows such as First Wave (1998), Stargate SG-1 (1997), Cold Squad (1998) and The Dead Zone (2002). Her first sizable break in film came in 2005, when she landed the part of "Abby Miller", a young martial arts prodigy, alongside Jennifer Garner, in Elektra (2005). Kirsten performed her own stunts and utilized her martial arts training for the film, then went on to play the demure "Amanda Bloom" on the ABC Family television series, Kyle XY (2006). After the show finished its successful three seasons, Kirsten attended McGill University as an English Literature major. She was then immediately cast in Summit's The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010), becoming a part of the hugely successful Twilight Saga. Shortly thereafter, she starred as the troubled "Alex Bell" in parts two and three of MTV's horror trilogy, My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 2 (2010) and My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 3 (2012), and portrayed the lovable "Char Chamberlin" on ABC Family's teen drama, The Lying Game (2011). Kirsten has both a solid history in the industry as well as a promising future in both film and television.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 27

Birthday 1990-09-28

Place of Birth Vancouver, Canada

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Also Known As

  • KP
  • Kirsten Prout

Acting TV ShowsMovies

Captured as Nicole
2017 The Christmas Train as Julie
2017 Woman of the House as Sarah
2015 Even Lambs Have Teeth as Sloane
2015 Ties That Bind (1 episode) as Chelsea Boyd
2015 The Wrong Girl as Michelle
2014 Joy Ride 3 as Jewel McCaul
2014 No Clue as Reese
2013 Social Nightmare as Catherine Hardy
2012 My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 3 as Alex Bell
2011 The Lying Game (20 episodes) as Charlotte Chamberlin
2010 My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 2 as Alex Bell as Alex Ball
2010 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse as Lucy
2010 Seven Deadly Sins (2 episodes) as Miranda Stevens
2010 Locked Away as Taylin
2010 Meteor Storm as Kara
2008 Class Savage as Julye
2007 Tell Me No Lies as Samantha Cooper
2006 Psych (1 episode) as Zola
2006 Kyle XY (43 episodes) as Amanda Bloom
2005 Elektra as Abby Miller
2004 The Love Crimes of Gillian Guess as Amanda Guess
2002 The Dead Zone (1 episode)
2001 Night Visions (1 episode)
2000 Mysterious Ways (1 episode)
2000 The Linda McCartney Story as Stella - Age 8
1997 Stargate SG-1 (1 episode) as Nesa

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