The Legend of Korra credits
- Character information: Jinora
- 203. "Civil Wars, Part 1"
Selected other credits
- Cory in the House
- Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23
- Flowers in the Attic (TV movie)
- Jimmy Kimmel Live!
- Mad Men
- Smooch (TV movie)
- Sofia the First
- The Angriest Man in Suburbia (TV movie)
- When Marnie Was There (2015; English dub)
- The Edge of the Woods (2014; short)
- Child Star Psychologist 2 with Kiernan Shipka (2013; short)
- Very Good Girls (2013)
- We Rise Like Smoke (2013; short)
- The Empty Room (2012; short)
- Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (2010)
- The Ryan and Randi Show (2010; short)
- Squeaky Clean (2010; short)
- A Rag Doll Story (2009; short)
- House Broken (2009)
- Carriers (2009)
- Land of the Lost (2009)
- Lower Learning (2008)
- Dimension (2007)
- Sofia the First (soundtrack performer)
Shipka was born in Chicago, Illinois, to John Young Shipka, a real estate developer, and his wife, Erin Ann (née Brennan), a one-time queen of Chicago's St. Patrick's Day parade. The family relocated to Los Angeles when she was six to support her acting career. Kiernan got her black belt in taekwondo in June 2012.
Shipka's hobbies include golf and cooking and she enjoys watching Barefoot Contessa and Good Eats on the Food Network. She has been taking ballroom dancing classes since age five and claims Grace Kelly as an inspiration.
Shipka began doing commercial print modeling when she was a baby. She made her first appearance in Mad Men at age seven and was upgraded to be a series regular starting in season four, having previously been credited as a guest star. She later appeared as Cathy in the 2014 Lifetime movie Flowers in the Attic.
- 2014: Ranked in Time Magazine's Top 25 Most Influential Teens of 2014.
- 2013: Won a Young Artist Award for Mad Men (Best Performance in a Television Series - Recurring Young Actress)
- 2013: Won a Women in Film Lucy Award for Mad Men
- 2012: Won a Young Hollywood Award (Scene Stealer Award)
- 2010: Won a Screen Actors' Guild Award for Mad Men (Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series)
- 2009: Won a Screen Actors' Guild Award for Mad Men (Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series)
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