Lulu Wilson is a child actress who was born on October 5, 2005, in New York City, she started her career at the age of three with commercials and voice overs.
She then went on to appear on the series “Louie” (2012) and two years later in 2014 the big payoff with a recurring role on the series “Black Box” as Young Catherine Black, am appearance on the TV movie “The Money” and her feature film debut in Jerry Bruckheimer's film "Deliver Us From Evil", directed by Scott Derrickson.
Lulu then moved to Los Angeles to work as a series regular on the CBS sitcom “The Millers,” where she played Mikayla. Other TV roles include “Teachers” (2015) and several episodes of Inside Amy Schumer (2015-16).
On the big screen she also played Victoria in “Her Composition” (2015) and the 2016 releases of “Slumber,” “Gone are the Days” and a key role in "Ouija: Origin of Evil" as Doris Zander who is overtaken by a merciless spirit, while the family confronts unthinkable fears to save her and send her possessor back to the other side. She is also expected to appear in "Annabelle 2" (2017) which is in post-production.
When Lulu isn't acting she is hard at work writing short stories and screenplays.