Ariel Winter is one of Hollywood’s most promising young talents with notable roles both in television and film.
Ariel Winter starred on ABC’s critically acclaimed and Emmy® winning hit series, “Modern Family”. The show concluded this past spring, airing it’s 11th and final season. Winter played “Alex Dunphy,” the brainy middle child in the Dunphy family, opposite Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen, Sarah Hyland and Nolan Gould.
This July, Ariel has signed on to co-star and produce thriller film “Don’t Log Off’ directed by the Baer brothers, Brandon Baer and Garrett Baer. The indie film is set entirely in the beginning days of the Covid-19 pandemic. The feature is currently in production, filming both virtually and on location.
Ariel has also guest starred in “Law and Order: Special Victim Unit’s” 21st season which debuted in September 2019.
Winter starred in Disney Jr. as the title character for the series “Sofia the First” from 2013-2018. The series followed Princess Sofia, an ordinary little girl who must adjust to royal life after her mother marries the king. The series spawned from the movie “Sofia the First: Once Upon a Princess.”
In 2017 Winter voiced the character of “SmurfLily” in Columbia’s “Smurfs: The Lost Village” and also played opposite to Hollywood Legend’s Burt Reynolds and Chevy Chase in “The Last Movie Star.” In March 2014, Ariel gave life to the voice of “Penny Peterson” in the animated film, “Mr. Peabody & Sherman.” Others familiar voices in the film include Ty Burrell and Allison Janney.
In 2009, Winter appeared in the thriller “Duress”, opposite Martin Donovan. Other credits include playing “Young Trixie” in Warner Bros.’ “Speed Racer” and the films “The Chaperone” opposite WWE star Paul Michael Levesque (Triple H), “Opposite Day,” “Nic & Tristan Go Mega Dega,” and a lead role in the hit thriller “One Missed Call,” where she plays the killer in the film.
Previous television credits include the female lead in the television movie, “Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred” and the sequel to the hit film, “Fred the Movie” on Nickelodeon, a recurring role on the final six episodes of the award winning drama “ER,” guest-starring roles on hit TV shows “Criminal Minds,” “Crossing Jordan,” “Nip/Tuck” and “Bones”. Winter also voiced “Marina the Mermaid” in the animated series, “Jake and Neverland Pirates” for Disney Junior, “Gretchen” on Walt Disney’s hit show “Phineas and Ferb” on Disney Channel and has voiced characters in the hit animated film, “Horton Hears a Who,” and “Bambi II”.
Winter began her film career at age seven in director Shane Black’s hit cult film, “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang,” starring Val Kilmer, Robert Downey Jr. and Michelle Monaghan.
Winter strongly supports others to know their self-worth and is an advocate for mental health and animal rights. She recently spoke at WE Day, an annual series of stadium-sized youth empowerment events organized by WE Charity, about self-love, not giving into bullies, the importance of communication and the connection between mental and physical health. In addition to empowering the youth she is actively involved in animal rescue organizations like the American Humane Society and frequently volunteers her own time to help and support.
Winter currently resides in Los Angeles.