Hall of Fame
Winston has always loved to perform. She started dancing at age 4. As a trained ABT ballerina, she landed her first lead role of Clara in the 2010 Red Chair Production of The Nutcracker at the famous Alex Theatre in Glendale, CA. She is also trained in tap, modern and hip hop. Winston's singing career started at age 8 doing featured vocals along with her sister Wallace Browne in her parent's America/Southern rock band White Elephant. Her love of comedy found her creating her own original character voices and doing various live improv skits with her sister. At age 11, she fell in love with musical theatre and landed the lead role of Rose in a youth production of Bye Bye Birdie. Winston's dramatic film career found her in the role of young Mary, a sexually abused child who overcomes her experiences through her adult counterpart. She will be featured in two upcoming webseries. The ethically educational "Roman and Jorge" and "Girl Trip" (with her sister Wallace), which embraces young girls making a difference for the environment. She also has contributed her talents to an anti-bullying PSA for h8sux.com. Winston is currently attending John Burroughs High school and is a featured soloist in the VMA directed by Brendan Jennings.