Hollywood Reporter

"Seen in David Cronenberg’s 2014 dark Hollywood satire Maps to the Stars, Wilson survived three installments of the Saw franchise and had the titular role in The Family Channel series Debra."


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"The film is best when capable performers like Carter and Niamh Wilson, the latter of whom plays Spivet's perpetually- exasperated teen sister, speak louder than the film's contrived scenario and affected dialogue."

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The Making of the Young and Prodigious T.S. Spivet

"She (Niamh) has the great ability to play any emotion on demand." 

Jean Pierre Jeunet

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Make the Switch

"Niamh Wilson is also a fantastic find, elevating Gracie from a forgettable stereotype to a vital supporting character."

Daniel Lammin,  March 8, 2015

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The Portsmouth News

"...the hilarious WIlson, who plays her fame obsessed teen to a tee."

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"Growing up as an artsy kid I knew what it felt like to be ostensibly different and teased for it."

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Movie Jerk

"Wilson generates genuine empathy throughout, in what must be one of the most charming moments in cinema so far this year."

Cameron Ward  July 2014

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The Magazine

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Radio Times

"It's Saw franchise regular Niamh Wilson who makes the drama."

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Niamh Wilson and Mckenzie Small on growing up in the industry, competition and being true to yourself.

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Deadline Hollywood

Grey's Anatomy's Jesse Williams & 'Fast & Furious' Jordana Brewster  and Niamh Wilson (Map to the Stars) To Star In Jay Baruchel's 'Random Acts Of Violence' 

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