Former GWA Student Stephanie Schlund Lands Role in 'Hunger Games'

Stephanie Schlund will star in the second movie of the 'Hunger Games' trilogy as Cashmere, a District 1 tribute.

A former Price is Right model and actress in Disney’s "The Last Song with Miley Cyrus," Stephanie Schlund is now taking on the role of Cashmere in "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire."

She has also appeared on Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva and modeled from a very young age, showing up in Seventeen Magazine and Teen Prom since the age of 14.  

Schlund attended George Walton Academy in Monroe, Ga. and grew up in Snellville, Ga., She travels back and forth between home and, well, all over the country.  

“My best friends still live around here,” she said. 

Her parents, Fran and Christopher, to whom she attributes much of her success, live in the Snellville area.

Schlund has plans to give back to her community as she continues to climb the ladder of success, which she will share with Patch as she moves forward with them.

"My goal in life," she said, "whether it be through entertainment or not, is to set a good example for girls."

Schlund also will star in Fox's The Following, starring Kevin Bacon, this fall.

Patch will feature a more in-depth story soon about her new role as Cashmere.  

Anonymous August 17, 2012 at 02:48 PM
You should check your facts before you publish something, Stephanie didn't graduate from GWA and Drop Dead Diva's is on Lifetime not ABC!
Sharon Swanepoel August 17, 2012 at 02:51 PM
I will check on that anonymous. Thanks for the heads up.
Sharon Swanepoel August 17, 2012 at 02:56 PM
We have made the changes to "attended" instead of anonymous and made the correct attribution to Drop Dead Diva's.


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