Her height is 5' 6" (1.68 m).
Missy's role in The Others was specifically rewritten for her after the writers saw her audition.
In 1999, after a producer saw her performance in ABC's Strange World, Missy was offered a lead role in NBC drama The Others.
In 1994, Missy performed on stage in Pot Mom, a play by Justin Tanner.
Missy's performance in Disney's Powder raised the interest of producer Steven Bochco, who chose her to play Sharon Rooney in ABC's Murder One.
In 1994, Missy won The Grand Jury Prize at the Berlin Film Festival for her role as Cindy in A Boy Called Hate.
In 1994, Missy had her first movie role, in A Boy Called Hate.
In 1994, Missy was nominated for an Emmy Award for her role in ABC's Love In The Dark Ages.
In 1992, director John McNaughton wanted Missy to star in Showtime's remake of the classic Girls in Prison.
After one month in Los Angeles, director Glenn Jordan cast Missy in the honored Hallmark Hall Of Fame's Jane's House.
Casting director Lynn Kressel liked Missy so much that she cast her in three new projects before her high school graduation.
Prior to her moving to Los Angeles, Missy had filmed six movies and a miniseries.
In the fall of 1992, Missy moved permanently to Los Angeles.
For seven years, Missy performed as a stage actress in a local musical theater.
When Missy was starting her career, she was simultaneously doubling as a high school student of a 3.98 grade point average.
In the age of thirteen, Missy got her first roles as an actor.
When Missy was going to Nashville to record an album, she got into a car accident. The album was not recorded.
Missy was awarded Young Entertainer Of The Year by the OMA Music Awards Association in Branson, Missouri.
Missy spent most of her childhood in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
As a child, Missy loved singing and playing the violin.
In 1994, Missy was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award, Outstanding Performer in a Children's Special, for her role in Love in the Dark Ages.