Sterling Griffith is the youngest of four children, shares her birthday with her mother and has been a performer since she was old enough to walk. Griffith’s family owned a construction company and her dad was an accomplished artist and musician so the household was always filled with music, art and creativity. Sadly, when Griffith was only four, her dad was critically injured in a motorcycle wreck and suffered traumatic brain injury. This has helped mold her into a mature, compassionate and loving young girl. At age five, she caught the attention of family friends when they cast her as Young Shane in the prequel, “Easy Rider: The Ride Back.” From that moment, Griffith knew her heart’s desire was to be an actress.
Sterling means “of the highest quality in performance; brilliance” and she certainly lives up to it. She works hard and studies her craft, always seeking ways to improve and expand. Living in Austin, Texas provides her lots of avenues to explore art and music. And, although a beautiful girl who has done commercials, print ads, pageants and is in production on an independent horror film, she has never wanted to rely on her physical appearance for opportunity. She loves the gritty, physically demanding, action-packed roles of strong female leads.