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Hennig at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con
Born Shelley Catherine Hennig
(1987-01-02) January 2, 1987 (age 31)
Metairie, Louisiana[1]
Occupation Actress, model, dancer
Title Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2004
Miss Teen USA 2004

Shelley Catherine Hennig (born January 2, 1987) is an American model and actress. She is also a beauty pageant titleholder who held the Miss Teen USA 2004 title. She played Stephanie Johnson on Days of Our Lives and starred in the CW series The Secret Circle as Diana Meade.[2] She played the character Malia Tate in Teen Wolf. Hennig also starred in horror films Unfriended as Blaire Lily and Ouija as Debbie Galardi. She has been nominated for two Emmys for her role on Days of Our Lives. She has won a 2016 Teen Choice Award.

Life and career[edit]

Early life and pageants[edit]

Hennig making an appearance days after winning the Miss Teen USA title, August 7, 2004

Hennig was born in Metairie, Louisiana, and later lived in Destrehan, Louisiana. She is the daughter of Cathy Distefano Gosset and Glenn H. Hennig Sr.[3]

Hennig won the Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2004 in a state pageant held in Lafayette, Louisiana, in November 2003. This was the first time she competed in the state pageant. In August, Hennig represented Louisiana in the Miss Teen USA 2004 pageant held in Palm Springs, California.[4] She won the Miss Teen USA title, becoming the first winner from Louisiana and the first girl from Louisiana to win a national title since Ali Landry was Miss USA 1996. Her Miss Teen USA winnings included a one year modeling contract with Trump Modeling Management, and a scholarship to The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.

As Miss Teen USA, Hennig represented the Miss Universe Organization. Her “sister” 2004 titleholders were Jennifer Hawkins (Miss Universe, of Australia) and Shandi Finnessey (Miss USA, of Missouri), with whom she made appearances, which included a trip to Bangkok, Thailand.[5] During her reign Hennig made numerous television guest and public speaking appearances, including a guest appearance in the NBC soap opera Passions which was part of her prize package.[6] Hennig also worked with a number of other non-profit organizations, including Seeds of Peace, D.A.R.E., Sparrow Clubs and SHiNE.

Her reign ended on August 8, 2005, when she crowned Allie LaForce of Ohio as the new Miss Teen USA.[7]

Education and employment[edit]

Hennig attended Destrehan High School where she was named an “Academic Excellence Student”. She is an accomplished dancer, having won many awards in dancing competitions. She also enjoys writing, and two of her poems have been published in the Young Authors Book of Poetry.

Three years before she won the Miss Teen USA title, one of her older brothers was killed in a drunk-driving incident.[8] Hennig has become an advocate against under-age drinking. She has done work with a local Louisiana non-profit organization called ‘C.A.D.A’ (Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse), mentoring peers, and other youths about the impacts, and consequences of drug and alcohol abuse.[9]

Hennig during a USO tour of the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, 2005

Soon after she relinquished her crown, Hennig participated on MTV‘s The Reality Show where she attempted to win her own show, After the Crown but was eliminated.[7] She hosted the Miss Teen USA 2008 pageant on August 16, 2008 along with co-host Seth Goldman.

Acting career[edit]

On April 20, 2007, Hennig joined the cast of Days of Our Lives in the contract role of Stephanie Johnson.[10] In 2010 she received a nomination for the 37th Daytime Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Younger Actress In A Drama Series category.[11] On January 18, 2011, Hennig announced that she will be leaving Days of Our Lives. She was quoted inSoap Opera Digest saying:

It just feels right. I have been preparing for this for awhile [sic], so I have said my mental good-byes. I will miss the faces I see here every day, but everybody has been really encouraging and has embraced my decision … I feel like I’m going out with a bang after last week’s air shows and I feel great about it creatively and I am thankful to the writers for giving me that. It’s been a lot of fun to play and I wouldn’t change anything.

From 2011 to 2012, she played the major character Diana Meade in the TV series The Secret Circle based on the books written by L. J. Smith. On May 11, 2012, it was announced that the series would not be returning for a second season. She then appeared in the MTV series Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous as Christy.[12] On June 26, 2013, it was announced that the show was also canceled after one season.

Hennig also had a role on the MTV series Teen Wolf as the character Malia Tate. She was promoted to a series regular for Season 4.[13] In 2014 she appeared in the films Ouija and Unfriended.[14]

She also appeared on The Band Perry‘s music video for “Gentle on My Mind” alongside The Hunger Games actor Alexander Ludwig.

In 2017, she starred in country music artist Maren Morris‘ music video for “I Could Use a Love Song.”

In 2018 she starred as Carrie Grey in the Netflix Romantic Comedy When We First Met.[15]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2014 Unfriended Blaire Lily
2014 Ouija Debbie Galardi
2015 About Scout Melinda Riley
2016 Summer of 8 Lily Hunter
2017 Roman J. Israel, Esq. Olivia Reed
2018 When We First Met Carrie Grey
2018 The After Party Alicia Post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Passions Crane Maid Guest role; 2 episodes
2007–2011, 2017 Days of Our Lives Stephanie Johnson Regular role; 468 episodes
2011–2012 The Secret Circle Diana Meade Main role; 22 episodes
2012 Friend Me Isabelle Unaired television series[citation needed]
2013 Justified Jackie Nevada Episode: “Money Trap”
2013 Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous Christy Ackerman Recurring role; 4 episodes
2014–2017 Teen Wolf Malia Tate Recurring role (season 3); Main role (seasons 4–6); 55 episodes
2014 Blue Bloods Maya Lawman Episode: “Insult to Injury”
2014 Friends with Better Lives Molly James Episode: “Yummy Mummy”
2018 Liberty Crossing Carly Ambrose Main role; 8 episodes
2018 False Profits Hilary Jenkle Main role; pre-production

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Role Artist
2014 “Gentle On My Mind” Tatum The Band Perry
2017 I Could Use a Love Song Shelley Maren Morris

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2010 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Younger Actress Days of Our Lives Nominated [11]
2012 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Younger Actress Days of Our Lives Nominated [16]
2016 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female Teen Wolf Won [17]
2017 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female Teen Wolf Nominated [18]
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Hennig at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con
Born Shelley Catherine Hennig
(1987-01-02) January 2, 1987 (age 30)
Metairie, Louisiana, U.S.[1]
Occupation Actress, model, dancer
Title Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2004
Miss Teen USA 2004

Shelley Catherine Hennig (born January 2, 1987) is an American model and actress. She is also a beauty pageant titleholder who held the Miss Teen USA 2004 title. She played Stephanie Johnson on Days of Our Lives and starred in the CW series The Secret Circle as Diana Meade.[2] She played the character Malia Tate in Teen Wolf. Hennig also starred in horror films Unfriended as Blaire Lily and Ouija as Debbie Galardi. She has been nominated for two Emmys for her role on Days of Our Lives. She has won a 2016 Teen Choice Award.

Life and career[edit]

Early life and pageants[edit]

Hennig making an appearance days after winning the Miss Teen USA title, August 7, 2004

Hennig was born in Metairie, Louisiana, and later lived in Destrehan, Louisiana. She is the daughter of Cathy Distefano Gosset and Glenn H. Hennig, Sr.[3]

Hennig won the Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2004 in a state pageant held in Lafayette, Louisiana, in November 2003. This was the first time she competed in the state pageant. In August, Hennig represented Louisiana in the Miss Teen USA 2004 pageant held in Palm Springs, California.[4] She won the Miss Teen USA title, becoming the first winner from Louisiana and the first girl from Louisiana to win a national title since Ali Landry was Miss USA 1996. Her Miss Teen USA winnings included a one year modeling contract with Trump Modeling Management, and a scholarship to The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.

As Miss Teen USA, Hennig represented the Miss Universe Organization. Her “sister” 2004 titleholders were Jennifer Hawkins (Miss Universe, of Australia) and Shandi Finnessey (Miss USA, of Missouri), with whom she made appearances, which included a trip to Bangkok, Thailand.[5] During her reign Hennig made numerous television guest and public speaking appearances, including a guest appearance in the NBC soap opera Passions which was part of her prize package.[6] Hennig also worked with a number of other non-profit organizations, including Seeds of Peace, D.A.R.E., Sparrow Clubs and SHiNE.

Her reign ended on August 8, 2005, when she crowned Allie LaForce of Ohio as the new Miss Teen USA.[7]

Education and employment[edit]

Hennig attended Destrehan High School where she was named an “Academic Excellence Student”. She is an accomplished dancer, having won many awards in dancing competitions. She also enjoys writing, and two of her poems have been published in the Young Authors Book of Poetry.

Three years before she won the Miss Teen USA title, one of her older brothers was killed in a drunk-driving incident.[8] Hennig has become an advocate against under-age drinking. She has done work with a local Louisiana non-profit organization called ‘C.A.D.A’ (Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse), mentoring peers, and other youths about the impacts, and consequences of drug and alcohol abuse.[9]

Hennig during a USO tour of the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, 2005

Soon after she relinquished her crown, Hennig participated on MTV‘s The Reality Show where she attempted to win her own show, After the Crown but was eliminated.[7] She hosted the Miss Teen USA 2008 pageant on August 16, 2008 along with co-host Seth Goldman.

Acting career[edit]

On April 20, 2007, Hennig joined the cast of Days of Our Lives in the contract role of Stephanie Johnson.[10] In 2010 she received a nomination for the 37th Daytime Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Younger Actress In A Drama Series category.[11] On January 18, 2011, Hennig announced that she will be leaving Days of Our Lives. She was quoted inSoap Opera Digest saying:

It just feels right. I have been preparing for this for awhile [sic], so I have said my mental good-byes. I will miss the faces I see here every day, but everybody has been really encouraging and has embraced my decision … I feel like I’m going out with a bang after last week’s air shows and I feel great about it creatively and I am thankful to the writers for giving me that. It’s been a lot of fun to play and I wouldn’t change anything.

From 2011 to 2012, she played the major character Diana Meade in the TV series The Secret Circle based on the books written by L. J. Smith. On May 11, 2012, it was announced that the series would not be returning for a second season. She then appeared in the MTV series Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous as Christy.[12] On June 26, 2013, it was announced that the show was also canceled after one season.

Hennig also had a role on the MTV series Teen Wolf as the character Malia Tate. She was promoted to a series regular for Season 4.[13] In 2014 she appeared in the films Ouija and Unfriended.[14]

She also appeared on The Band Perry‘s music video for “Gentle on My Mind” alongside The Hunger Games actor Alexander Ludwig.

In 2017, she starred in country music artist Maren Morris‘ music video for “I Could Use a Love Song.”

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2014 Unfriended Blaire Lily
2014 Ouija Debbie Galardi
2015 About Scout Melinda Riley
2016 Summer of 8 Lily Hunter
2017 Roman J. Israel, Esq. Olivia Reed
2018 When We First Met Carrie Grey Post-production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2004 Passions Crane Maid Guest role; 2 episodes
2007–2011, 2017 Days of Our Lives Stephanie Johnson Regular role; 468 episodes
2011–2012 The Secret Circle Diana Meade Main role; 22 episodes
2012 Friend Me Isabelle Unaired television series[citation needed]
2013 Justified Jackie Nevada Episode: “Money Trap”
2013 Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous Christy Ackerman Recurring role; 4 episodes
2014–2017 Teen Wolf Malia Tate Recurring role (season 3); Main role (seasons 4–6); 55 episodes
2014 Blue Bloods Maya Lawman Episode: “Insult to Injury”
2014 Friends with Better Lives Molly James Episode: “Yummy Mummy”
2017 Liberty Crossing Carly Ambrose Upcoming television series; main role

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Role Artist
2014 “Gentle On My Mind” Tatum The Band Perry
2017 I Could Use a Love Song Shelley Maren Morris

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Refs
2010 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Younger Actress Days of Our Lives Nominated [11]
2012 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Younger Actress Days of Our Lives Nominated
2016 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female Teen Wolf Won
2017 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female Teen Wolf Nominated

SHELLEY HENNIG

Shelley Hennig was born on January 2, 1987 in Destrehan, Louisiana, USA as Shelley Catherine Hennig. She is an actress, known for Unfriended (2014), Teen Wolf (2011) and Ouija (2014).
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Actress (18 credits)
 -2017 Liberty Crossing (TV Series) (post-production)
Carly Ambrose

Comfort Zones (2017) … Carly Ambrose
Holiday Party (2017) … Carly Ambrose
 2014-2017 Teen Wolf (TV Series)
Malia Tate

Broken Glass (2017) … Malia Tate
Genotype (2017) … Malia Tate
Triggers (2017) … Malia Tate
 2017 Roman J Israel, Esq.
Olivia
 2017 Marren Morris: I Could Use a Love Song (Video short)
Shelley
 2016 Summer of 8
Lily
 2015 About Scout
Melinda
 2014 Friends with Better Lives (TV Series)
Molly

Yummy Mummy (2014) … Molly
 2014 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Maya

Insult to Injury (2014) … Maya
 2013 Justified (TV Series)
Jackie Nevada

Money Trap (2013) … Jackie Nevada
 2011-2012 The Secret Circle (TV Series)
Diana Meade

Family (2012) … Diana Meade
Prom (2012) … Diana Meade
Traitor (2012) … Diana Meade
Crystal (2012) … Diana Meade
Sacrifice (2012) … Diana Meade
 2012 Friend Me (TV Series)
Isabelle

 2004 Passions (TV Series)
Crane Maid

Episode #1.1304 (2004) … Crane Maid (uncredited)
Episode #1.1303 (2004) … Crane Maid (uncredited)

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Filmography

Actress (16 credits)
 -2017 Liberty Crossing (TV Series) (pre-production)
Carly Ambrose

Comfort Zones (2017) … Carly Ambrose
Holiday Party (2017) … Carly Ambrose
 2014-2017 Teen Wolf (TV Series)
Malia Tate

Raw Talent (2017) … Malia Tate
Memory Found (2017) … Malia Tate
Blitzkrieg (2017) … Malia Tate
 2017 Marren Morris: I Could Use a Love Song (Video short)
Shelley
 2016 Summer of 8
Lily
 2015 About Scout
Melinda
 2014 Friends with Better Lives (TV Series)
Molly

Yummy Mummy (2014) … Molly
 2014 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Maya

Insult to Injury (2014) … Maya
 2013 Justified (TV Series)
Jackie Nevada

Money Trap (2013) … Jackie Nevada
 2011-2012 The Secret Circle (TV Series)
Diana Meade

Family (2012) … Diana Meade
Prom (2012) … Diana Meade
Traitor (2012) … Diana Meade
Crystal (2012) … Diana Meade
Sacrifice (2012) … Diana Meade
 2012 Friend Me (TV Series)
Isabelle

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shelley Hennig
Beauty pageant titleholder
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Shelley Hennig
Born Shelley Catherine Hennig
(1987-01-02) January 2, 1987 (age 30)
Metairie, Louisiana, U.S.[1]
Occupation Actress, Model, Dancer
Title(s) Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2004
Miss Teen USA 2004

Shelley Catherine Hennig (born January 2, 1987) is an American model and actress. She is also a beauty pageant titleholder who held the Miss Teen USA 2004 title. She played Stephanie Johnson on Days of Our Lives and starred in the CW series The Secret Circle as Diana Meade.[2] She currently plays the character Malia Tate in Teen Wolf. Hennig also starred in horror films Unfriended as Blaire Lily and Ouija as Debbie Galardi. She has been nominated for two Emmys for her role on Days of Our Lives. She has won a 2016 Teen Choice Award.

Life and career[edit]

Early life and pageants[edit]

Hennig making an appearance days after winning the Miss Teen USA title, August 7, 2004

Hennig is originally from St. Rose, Louisiana, and later lived in Destrehan, Louisiana. She is the daughter of Cathy Distefano Gosset and Glenn H. Hennig, Sr.[3]

Hennig won the Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2004 in a state pageant held in Lafayette, Louisiana, in November 2003. This was the first time she competed in the state pageant. In August, Hennig represented Louisiana in the Miss Teen USA 2004 pageant held in Palm Springs, California.[4] She won the Miss Teen USA title, becoming the first winner from Louisiana and the first girl from Louisiana to win a national title since Ali Landry was Miss USA 1996. Her Miss Teen USA winnings included a one year modeling contract with Trump Modeling Management, and a scholarship to The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.

As Miss Teen USA, Hennig represented the Miss Universe Organization. Her “sister” 2004 titleholders were Jennifer Hawkins (Miss Universe, of Australia) and Shandi Finnessey (Miss USA, of Missouri), with whom she made appearances, which included a trip to Bangkok, Thailand.[5] During her reign Hennig made numerous television guest and public speaking appearances, including a guest appearance in the NBC soap opera Passions which was part of her prize package.[6] Hennig also worked with a number of other non-profit organizations, including Seeds of Peace, D.A.R.E., Sparrow Clubs and SHiNE.

Her reign ended on August 8, 2005, when she crowned Allie LaForce of Ohio as the new Miss Teen USA.[7]

Education and employment[edit]

Hennig attended Destrehan High School where she was named an “Academic Excellence Student”. She is an accomplished dancer, having won many awards in dancing competitions. She also enjoys writing, and two of her poems have been published in the Young Authors Book of Poetry.

Three years before she won the Miss Teen USA title, one of her older brothers was killed in a drunk-driving incident.[8] Hennig has become an advocate against under-age drinking. She has done work with a local Louisiana non-profit organization called ‘C.A.D.A’ (Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse), mentoring peers, and other youths about the impacts, and consequences of drug and alcohol abuse.[9]

Hennig during a USO tour of the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, 2005

Soon after she relinquished her crown, Hennig participated on MTV‘s The Reality Show where she attempted to win her own show, After the Crown but was eliminated.[7] She hosted the Miss Teen USA 2008 pageant on August 16, 2008 along with co-host Seth Goldman.

Acting career[edit]

On April 20, 2007, Hennig joined the cast of Days of Our Lives in the contract role of Stephanie Johnson.[10] In 2010 she received a nomination for the 37th Daytime Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Younger Actress In A Drama Series category.[11] On January 18, 2011, Hennig announced that she will be leaving Days of Our Lives. She was quoted inSoap Opera Digest saying:

It just feels right. I have been preparing for this for awhile [sic], so I have said my mental good-byes. I will miss the faces I see here every day, but everybody has been really encouraging and has embraced my decision … I feel like I’m going out with a bang after last week’s air shows and I feel great about it creatively and I am thankful to the writers for giving me that. It’s been a lot of fun to play and I wouldn’t change anything.

From 2011 to 2012, she played the major character Diana Meade in the TV series The Secret Circle based on the books written by L.J Smith. On May 11, 2012, it was announced that the series would not be returning for a second season. She then appeared in the MTV series Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous as Christy.[12] On June 26, 2013, it was announced that the show was also cancelled after one season.

Hennig currently has a role on the MTV series Teen Wolf as the character Malia Tate. She was promoted to a series regular for Season 4.[13] In 2014 she appeared in the films Ouija and Unfriended.[14]

She also appeared on The Band Perry‘s music video for “Gentle on My Mind” alongside The Hunger Games actor Alexander Ludwig.

In 2017, she starred in country music artist Maren Morris‘ music video for “I Could Use a Love Song.”

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2014 Unfriended Blaire Lily
2014 Ouija Debbie Galardi
2015 About Scout Melinda Riley
2016 Summer of 8 Lily Hunter
2017 When We First Met Carrie Grey Post-production[15]
2017 Inner City TBA Filming

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007–2011, 2017 Days of Our Lives Stephanie Johnson Recurring role; special guest; 467 episodes
2011–2012 The Secret Circle Diana Meade Main role; 22 episodes
2012 Friend Me Isabelle Unaired Television Series
2013 Justified Jackie Nevada Episode: “Money Trap”
2013 Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous Christy Ackerman Recurring role; 4 episodes
2014–2017 Teen Wolf Malia Tate Recurring role (season 3); main role (season 4–6); 45 episodes
2014 Blue Bloods Maya Lawman Episode: “Insult to Injury”
2014 Friends with Better Lives Molly James Episode: “Yummy Mummy”

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Role Singer/band
2014 “Gentle On My Mind” Tatum The Band Perry
2017 I Could Use A Love Song” Maren Morris

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2010 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Younger Actress Days of Our Lives Nominated
2012 Daytime Emmy Awards[16] Outstanding Younger Actress Days of our Lives Nominated
2016 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female Teen Wolf Won

Shelley Hennig

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Shelley Hennig

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shelley Hennig
Beauty pageant titleholder
Shelley Hennig SDCC 2014.jpg

Shelley Hennig
Born Shelley Catherine Hennig
(1987-01-02) January 2, 1987 (age 30)
Metairie, Louisiana, U.S.[1]
Occupation Actress, Model, Dancer
Title(s) Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2004
Miss Teen USA 2004

Shelley Catherine Hennig (born January 2, 1987) is an American model and actress. She is also a beauty pageant titleholder who held the Miss Teen USA 2004 title. She played Stephanie Johnson on Days of Our Lives and starred in the CW series The Secret Circle as Diana Meade.[2] She currently plays the character Malia Tate in Teen Wolf. Hennig also starred in horror films Unfriended as Blaire and Ouija as Debbie. She has been nominated for two Emmys before finally winning the 2016 Teen Choice Awards.

Life and career[edit]

Early life and pageants[edit]

Hennig making an appearance days after winning the Miss Teen USA title, August 7, 2004

Hennig is originally from St. Rose, Louisiana, and later lived in Destrehan, Louisiana. She is the daughter of Cathy Distefano Gosset and Glenn H. Hennig, Sr. [3]

Hennig won the Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2004 in a state pageant held in Lafayette, Louisiana, in November 2003. This was the first time she competed in the state pageant. In August, Hennig represented Louisiana in the Miss Teen USA 2004 pageant held in Palm Springs, California.[4] She won the Miss Teen USA title, becoming the first winner from Louisiana and the first girl from Louisiana to win a national title since Ali Landry was Miss USA 1996. Her Miss Teen USA winnings included a one year modeling contract with Trump Modeling Management, and a scholarship to The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.

As Miss Teen USA, Hennig represented the Miss Universe Organization. Her “sister” 2004 titleholders were Jennifer Hawkins (Miss Universe, of Australia) and Shandi Finnessey (Miss USA, of Missouri), with whom she made appearances, which included a trip to Bangkok, Thailand.[5] During her reign Hennig made numerous television guest and public speaking appearances, including a guest appearance in the NBC soap opera Passions which was part of her prize package.[6] Hennig also worked with a number of other non-profit organizations, including Seeds of Peace, D.A.R.E., Sparrow Clubs and SHiNE.

Her reign ended on August 8, 2005, when she crowned Allie LaForce of Ohio as the new Miss Teen USA.[7]

Education and employment[edit]

Hennig attended Destrehan High School where she was named an “Academic Excellence Student”. She is an accomplished dancer, having won many awards in dancing competitions. She also enjoys writing, and two of her poems have been published in the Young Authors Book of Poetry.

Three years before she won the Miss Teen USA title, one of her older brothers was killed in a drunk-driving incident.[8] Hennig has become an advocate against under-age drinking. She has done work with a local Louisiana non-profit organization called ‘C.A.D.A’ (Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse), mentoring peers, and other youths about the impacts, and consequences of drug and alcohol abuse.[9]

Hennig during a USO tour of the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, 2005

Soon after she relinquished her crown, Hennig participated on MTV‘s The Reality Show where she attempted to win her own show, After the Crown but was eliminated.[7] She hosted the Miss Teen USA 2008 pageant on August 16, 2008 along with co-host Seth Goldman.

Acting career[edit]

On April 20, 2007, Hennig joined the cast of Days of Our Lives in the contract role of Stephanie Johnson.[10] In 2010 she received a nomination for the 37th Daytime Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Younger Actress In A Drama Series category.[11] On January 18, 2011, Hennig announced that she will be leaving Days of Our Lives. She was quoted inSoap Opera Digest saying:

It just feels right. I have been preparing for this for awhile [sic], so I have said my mental good-byes. I will miss the faces I see here every day, but everybody has been really encouraging and has embraced my decision … I feel like I’m going out with a bang after last week’s air shows and I feel great about it creatively and I am thankful to the writers for giving me that. It’s been a lot of fun to play and I wouldn’t change anything.

From 2011 to 2012, she played the major character Diana Meade in the TV series The Secret Circle based on the books written by L.J Smith. On May 11, 2012, it was announced that the series would not be returning for a second season. She then appeared in the MTV series Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous as Christy.[12] On June 26, 2013, it was announced that the show was also cancelled after one season.

Hennig currently has a role on the MTV series Teen Wolf as the character Malia Tate. She was promoted to a series regular for Season 4.[13] In 2014 she appeared in the films Ouija and Unfriended.[14]

She also appeared on The Band Perry‘s music video for “Gentle on My Mind” alongside The Hunger Games actor Alexander Ludwig.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2014 Unfriended Blaire Lily Completed
Ouija Debbie Galardi Completed
2015 About Scout Melinda Riley Completed
2016 Summer of 8 Lily Hunter Completed
2017 When We First Met Carrie Grey Post-Production

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007–2011, 2017 Days of Our Lives Stephanie Johnson Recurring cast , Special appearance
2011–2012 The Secret Circle Diana Meade Main cast
2013 Justified Jackie Nevada Episode: “Money Trap”
2013 Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous Christy Ackerman 4 episodes
2014–present Teen Wolf Malia Tate Recurring (season 3); main cast (season 4–6)
2014 Blue Bloods Maya Lawman Episode: “Insult to Injury”
2014 Friends with Better Lives Molly James Episode: “Yummy Mummy”

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Role Singer/band
2014 “Gentle On My Mind” Tatum The Band Perry

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2010 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Younger Actress Days of Our Lives Nominated
2012 Daytime Emmy Awards[15] Outstanding Younger Actress Days of our Lives Nominated
2016 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female Teen Wolf Won

Shelley Hennig

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Shelley Hennig

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shelley Hennig
Beauty pageant titleholder
Born Shelley Catherine Hennig
(1987-01-02) January 2, 1987 (age 29)
Metairie, Louisiana, U.S.[1]
Occupation Actress, Model, Dancer
Title(s) Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2005
Miss Teen USA 2005

Shelley Catherine Hennig (born January 2, 1987) is an American model and actress. She is also a beauty pageant titleholder who held the Miss Teen USA 2004 title. She played Stephanie Johnson on Days of Our Lives and starred in the CW series The Secret Circle as Diana Meade.[2] She currently plays the character Malia Tate in Teen Wolf. Hennig also starred in horror films Unfriended as Blaire and Ouija as Debbie. She has been nominated for two Emmy’s and has won a Teen Choice Award.

Life and career[edit]

Early life and pageants[edit]

Hennig making an appearance days after winning the Miss Teen USA title, August 7, 2004

Hennig is originally from St. Rose, Louisiana, and later lived in Destrehan, Louisiana. She is the daughter of Cathy Distefano Gosset and Glenn H. Hennig, Sr. [3]

Hennig won the Miss Louisiana Teen USA 2004 in a state pageant held in Lafayette, Louisiana, in November 2003. This was the first time she competed in the state pageant. In August, Hennig represented Louisiana in the Miss Teen USA 2004 pageant held in Palm Springs, California.[4] She won the Miss Teen USA title, becoming the first winner from Louisiana and the first girl from Louisiana to win a national title since Ali Landry was Miss USA 1996. Her Miss Teen USA winnings included a one year modeling contract with Trump Modeling Management, and a scholarship to The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.

As Miss Teen USA, Hennig represented the Miss Universe Organization. Her “sister” 2004 titleholders were Jennifer Hawkins (Miss Universe, of Australia) and Shandi Finnessey (Miss USA, of Missouri), with whom she made appearances, which included a trip to Bangkok, Thailand.[5] During her reign Hennig made numerous television guest and public speaking appearances, including a guest appearance in the NBC soap opera Passions which was part of her prize package.[6] Hennig also worked with a number of other non-profit organizations, including Seeds of Peace, D.A.R.E., Sparrow Clubs and SHiNE.

Her reign ended on August 8, 2005, when she crowned Allie LaForce of Ohio as the new Miss Teen USA.[7]

Education and employment[edit]

Hennig attended Destrehan High School where she was named an “Academic Excellence Student”. She is an accomplished dancer, having won many awards in dancing competitions. She also enjoys writing, and two of her poems have been published in the Young Authors Book of Poetry.

Three years before she won the Miss Teen USA title, one of her older brothers was killed in a drunk-driving incident.[8] Hennig has become an advocate against under-age drinking. She has done work with a local Louisiana non-profit organization called ‘C.A.D.A’ (Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse), mentoring peers, and other youths about the impacts, and consequences of drug and alcohol abuse.[9]

Hennig during a USO tour of the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base, 2005

Soon after she relinquished her crown, Hennig participated on MTV‘s The Reality Show where she attempted to win her own show, After the Crown but was eliminated.[7] She hosted the Miss Teen USA 2008 pageant on August 16, 2008 along with co-host Seth Goldman.

Acting career[edit]

On April 20, 2007, Hennig joined the cast of Days of Our Lives in the contract role of Stephanie Johnson.[10] In 2010 she received a nomination for the 37th Daytime Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Younger Actress In A Drama Series category.[11] On January 18, 2011, Hennig announced that she will be leaving Days of Our Lives. She was quoted inSoap Opera Digest saying:

It just feels right. I have been preparing for this for awhile [sic], so I have said my mental good-byes. I will miss the faces I see here every day, but everybody has been really encouraging and has embraced my decision … I feel like I’m going out with a bang after last week’s air shows and I feel great about it creatively and I am thankful to the writers for giving me that. It’s been a lot of fun to play and I wouldn’t change anything.

From 2011 to 2012, she played the major character Diana Meade in the TV series The Secret Circle based on the books written by L.J Smith. On May 11, 2012, it was announced that the series would not be returning for a second season. She then appeared in the MTV series Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous as Christy.[12] On June 26, 2013, it was announced that the show was also cancelled after one season.

Hennig currently has a role on the MTV series Teen Wolf as the character Malia Tate. She was promoted to a series regular for Season 4.[13] In 2014 she appeared in the films Ouija and Unfriended.[14]

She also appeared on The Band Perry‘s music video for “Gentle on My Mind” alongside The Hunger Games actor Alexander Ludwig.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2014 Unfriended Blaire Lily
2014 Ouija Debbie Galardi
2015 About Scout Melinda Riley
2016 Summer of 8 Lily Hunter
TBA When We First Met Carrie

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2007–2011 Days of Our Lives Stephanie Johnson Recurring cast
2011–2012 The Secret Circle Diana Meade Main cast
2013 Justified Jackie Nevada Episode: “Money Trap”
2013 Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous Christy Ackerman 4 episodes
2014–present Teen Wolf Malia Tate Recurring (season 3); main cast (season 4–present)
2014 Blue Bloods Maya Lawman Episode: “Insult to Injury”
2014 Friends with Better Lives Molly James Episode: “Yummy Mummy”

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Role Singer/band
2014 “Gentle On My Mind” Tatum The Band Perry

Awards[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2010 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Younger Actress Days of Our Lives Nominated
2012 Daytime Emmy Awards[15] Outstanding Younger Actress Days of our Lives Nominated
2016 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female Teen Wolf Won