Savannah Lathem

Savannah Lathem

actress, soundtrack, additional crew

Savannah Lathem was born on Nov 25, 1997 in USA. Savannah Lathem's big-screen debut came with The Stepfather directed by Nelson McCormick in 2009. Savannah Lathem is known for Joy directed by Nan Feix, Courtney Lauren Cummings stars as Joy Reed and Jo Krasevich as Linda Reed. Savannah Lathem has got 3 awards and 5 nominations so far. The most recent award Savannah Lathem achieved is Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival. The upcoming new movie Savannah Lathem plays is Bad Impulse which will be released on Jan 01, 2020.

Savannah Lathem was born in Homewood, Alabama. She has already accumulated an impressive list of film and television credits. She can be seen in the 2019 Lionsgate Biography Western Hell On The Border and she also has a song featured in Hell On The Border "Gonna Make A Change" that she wrote and performed based on the life of Bass Reeves who was the first African American U.S. Marshal. She can also be seen in the recurring the series JOY. She has made guest star appearances on Disney XD's Gamer's Guide To Pretty Much Everything, & Awesomeness TV's series Guidance. Other TV appearances include hit TNT series Major Crimes, I Didn't Do it on the Disney Channel, and Criminal Minds. Savannah first gained notoriety for her guest star role on ABC's Lost playing young 'Rachel Carlson which she received a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance in a Guest Star role. Her film credits are just as impressive and include her winning a Young Artist Award for Best Supporting Role for her performance alongside Robert Carlyle in the feature film California Solo where she made her debut at the World Premiere at Sundance Film Festival. Her other credits include the Grand Jury Prize nominated Sundance short film The Cub directed by Ryley Sterns and executive produced by Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and the independent feature The Guest House which garnished her Best Lead Actress in a Feature Film at the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival. She also made her stage debut at the Kirk Douglas Theater in Neel Keller's Different Words for the Same Thing. Not limited to just acting, Savannah is a skilled singer, song writer, dancer, and classical trained pianist.

  • Birthday

    Nov 25, 1997
  • Place of Birth

    Hoover, Alabama, USA

Known For


3 wins & 5 nominations

Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival
Best Lead Actress in a Feature Film
Winner - Best Actress
The Guest House (2016)
Young Entertainer Awards
Best Guest Starring Young Actress 17-21 - Television Series
Winner - Young Entertainer Award
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