Courtney Halverson

Courtney Halverson (born June 14, 1989) is an American actress.

Courtney Halverson
Halverson speaking at WonderCon 2015
Born (1989-06-14) June 14, 1989
Orange County, California, United States
Years active2003present

Life and career

Halverson was born in Orange County, California and graduated from high school at the age of 15.[1]

She has been nominated twice for a Young Artist Award, once in 2006 for A Distant Shore and again in 2007 for Sleepwalk.[2] She also starred in the thriller films Leprechaun's Revenge, The Hammer and Unfriended.[3]



Year Title Role Notes
2003 Rogues Sarah Moore
2004 Hold the Rice Lola Baunum Short film
2005 The Phone Ranger Sarah Short film
2005 A Distant Shore Theda McNeil Short film
2006 Apology Sarah (teen) Short film
2006 Sleepwalk Vicky Short film
2006 Freaky Faron Faron Hallowell
2007 Feedback Lilly Short film
2009 Etienne! Tara
2009 Godspeed Sarah Roberts
2010 The Hammer Michelle
2014 Unfriended Valerie "Val" Rommel
2015 1915 Lucky
2015 Forever Nina
2016 Debt Short film
2018 St. Agatha Catherine Post-production


Year Title Role Notes
2005 Check This Kid Out Narrator TV series
2005 Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide Student Passing Note Episode: "Notes & Best Friends"
2007 America's Most Wanted Meghan Brown Episode: "Tanya Diane Brown"
2008 Rita Rocks Lindsey Episode: "Under Pressure"
2008 Gigantic Nikki Diamond TV series
2009 Ghost Whisperer Young Lauren Episode: "Greek Tragedy"
2009 Big Love Nuss Episodes: "Empire" and "For Better or for Worse"
2009 Love Finds a Home Lillian Television film
2011 Death Valley Natalie Recurring role; 5 episodes
2012 Red Clover Karen o'Hara Television film
2013 The Secret Life of the American Teenager Waitress Episode: "Shiny and New"
2013 General Hospital Anna Donely Guest role; 2 episodes
2015 True Detective Erica Jonson Episodes: "The Western Book of the Dead", "Maybe Tomorrow" and "Omega Station"
2016 Murder in the First Stacie Bader Episode: "Sam I Am"
2016 Criminal Minds Cherry Rollins Episode: "Scarecrow"


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