In 2008, Sammi stated that she dreamed of working with actress Nicole Kidman someday. Sammi is also a big Taylar Swift fan, and she would love to "just hang out with her."
Sammi is 4'2" (1.27 m) tall.
Sammi has light brown hair.
Sammi has appeared done radio commercials and voice-overs for the following:
Disney Channel - Disney 411
Playhouse Disney - "Felix & the Fix-it Machine"
Bashas Grocery Store - Good Shopper
Arizona Rattlers Football - Game for Holidays
Bashas Grocery Store - Bowl, Meal Deals
Bashas Grocery Store - $1 Million College
Sammi has appeared is commercials for the following: McDonalds, Build-A-Bear, Swiffer, Pringles, GMAC Real Estate, Oil of Olay, America West Airlines, and Crasins.
Sammi has blue eyes.
Sammi has gotten training at the following places:
Joy Theatre - Comedy Improv Troop/Lead Ensemble/Sketch Comedy Ongoing
Young Performers Studio - Ongoing Training
Tom Logan Workshops - On Camera Intensive
Justin Irish Workshops - Script Analysis/Scene Study
Kathryn Taylor Workshops - Scene Study
Ariel Baker - Scene Study/On Camera
Darlene Wyatt - Audition Skills/Camera/Commercials
Scott Johnson - Private Coaching/Character Scene Study
Sammi's hobbies include swimming, bike riding, gymnastics, rollar blading, and hanging out with her famly and friends.
Sammi's favorite actor is Jim Carrey. Her favorite actresses are Nicole Kidman, Drew Barrymore, and Cameron Diaz.
Sammi is the youngest child in her family. She has four older sisters.
Her older sister is Danielle Hanratty.
She has been nominated for "Best performance in a TV movie, miniseries or special (Comedy or Drama) Leading Young Actress" she is nominated for Hello Sister, Goodbye Life. She is up against Vanessa Hudgens, Kay Panabaker, Maya Ritter and Hannah Hodson, in 2007.
She has been nominated for "Best performance in a TV series (Comedy or Drama) Guest Starring Young Actress." She is nominated for her role in The Suite Life of Zack and Cody. She is up against Chloe Moretz, Alyson Stoner, Emily Hirst, Tay Blessey, Monet Monico and Rachel Rogers. in 2007
Sammi: (on having an American Girl doll, Chrissa Maxwell, modeled after her)) It's really cool. It's really weird to look at her and think, "Hey, that's me!" It's kind of crazy looking at her like, "Look at that!" I think [the American Girl franchise] is really important, because it teaches about life...it teaches girls how to stand up for themselves, and what's going on in period pieces, too.
Sammi: I've been noticed in public a lot for being the Pringles Girl. My mom and I were at the airport dropping off a friend and a policeman stopped us. We thought he was going to yell at us or give us a ticket and he just wanted to ask if I was the girl on the Pringles commercial. We told him yes and then just laughed.
Sammi: The best part of acting is meeting and working with incredible people. For me there really aren't any bad parts, I love it.
Sammi: My first audition was for Olay. I'll just say that it was a crazy situation and I can't believe it, but I actually got the job.
Sammi: You could audition almost everyday for commercials, so during pilot season I really don't do them so I can concentrate on scripts. I've never gotten frustrated with not getting a part. My mom and I have a saying, "Next", which means that as soon as I'm done with one audition, I don't look back on if I'm going to get the role, we just look ahead to the next audition.
Sammi: I have so many favorites it's hard to choose. I would probably say Lacey Chabert and Wendie Malick because I worked with them the longest and really felt like they were my family.
Sammi: My favorite part of acting is being able to play different types of people and also meeting new people. I love talking to people and getting to know them.