Child actress Rory Ogden has accomplished more since November 2012 than many artists twice her age!
In winter 2012, she made the decision to become an actress. Rory's interest "came out of the blue," and before she knew it, Rory was auditioning for (and getting) small roles in films. Then came a short film called "Just a Kid," a delightful story about a young girl (Julie) who tries to cheer up her brother after his heart is broken. Rory landed the role, and that began a trend that continues to now.
In addition to "Just a Kid" (which has been submitted to film festivals across the country, including Sundance), Rory has won roles in the film "Letters," where she portrays the best friend of a girl whose Mother suffers a miscarriage; the award-winning short film "The Patient," in which Rory is seen as a mental patient; an upcoming horror film; regional and national commercials; and even appeared on the Dr. Oz Show.
Rory's TV appearances include NBC's Deception, and Do No Harm.
Her athletic abilities include baseball, basketball, track & field, cycling, swimming, tennis. But perhaps her second greatest love (after acting) is music: Rory has a voice well beyond her years. She enjoys creating and editing her own music videos, where she dances and adlibs to some of the most popular tunes on the radio today - often with hilarious results.