Sedona Legge

    Biography

    Sedona Legge is an American/Australian actress born in La Jolla, California. She was raised in the coastal community of Carlsbad, California until the age of 11 at which time she relocated with her family to the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Australia until the age of 17. She holds both U.S. and Australian citizenship. Sedona has been acting since the age of six, both in the United States and Australia. She received a five-year entry scholarship to the prestigious McDonald College, a performing arts high school, located in Sydney, Australia. In addition, she auditioned for and won the coveted Anne McDonald Scholarship for acting. Sedona was given the lead role in Sydney Film Schools short film titled "Girl." Sedona's first break came when she was cast as Blake Lively's little sister in Sony/Columbia Pictures "The Shallows." Sedona has been a life-long vegetarian and became a committed vegan in 2014. She is an enthusiastic vegan cook and she is passionate about animals, the environment, and anti-bullying. She supports and contributes to PROJECT HERO, an experiential anti-bully program developed in partnership with her mother, Stacy Waddell, and Jeannette Padilla. Sedona has been featured in InStyle Magazine, The Fashion Journal, Models.com Ones2Watch, Oyster Magazine, Hunger Magazine, WWD, BarneysNY, and Gloria Magazine. Sedona participates in downhill skiing, surfing, holds her surf-lifesaving Certificate in Australia, stunt work, singing, water polo, swimming.

    Filmography

    Movie NameRelease Date
    The Shallows June 24, 2016