Raised in Southern California, Autumn spent her childhood developing a solid foundation for her acting career by playing a wide variety of characters in local musical theater productions starting at age 7. After high school, she enrolled in UCLA’s competitive theater program, where she studied theater history, acting technique, dance, voice and movement.
Following a number of guest starring roles in television, Autumn rose to fame through her starring role as Taylor Townsend in the hit series The O.C. Critics buzzed about her work as the determined go-getter in the show’s final two seasons. She turned heads as the ambitious junior agent Lizzie Grant on season 7 & 8 of the hit series “Entourage,” and also starred in ABC’s action-packed superhero drama “No Ordinary Family,” opposite Michael Chiklis and Julie Benz. Most recently, Autumn starred in ABC’s political drama series from Shawn Ryan, Last Resort, and in the romantic comedy, Love Parade.
She continues to work steadily in both television & film, as well as pursuing her love for the stage. She has appeared in numerous cabarets around Los Angeles, including the acclaimed Show at Barre: Tarantino. She was part of the original team of actors behind the 1940’s radio-styled comedy show The Thrilling Adventure Hour at the Coronet theater in Los Angeles, and stars in the Amelia Earhart segment whenever she is in town.
Autumn lives in Silver Lake, CA with her two young boys, Finn & Dash.