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Sara Paxton was a little girl with a big imagination.In third grade, she watched the movie “To Kill a Mockingbird” on TV, and went to school the next day dressed in a flannel shirt and overalls like the book’s young protagonist, Scout.She got so much into character that she spoke with a Southern accent all day, and would not respond in class unless her teacher called her by the character’s name.Perhaps in other parts of the country, someone might have suggested that her parents look for a good child psychologist.But Sara grew up in Southern California, so someone suggested that her parents look for a good talent agent. In fact, she has been acting professionally since she was 6, and now, at 17, is the Emmy-nominated star of her own NBC Saturday-morning TV series – “Darcy’s Wild Life” – and plays the title character in the new mermaid film “Aquamarine,” which opens today.She also is busy completing a guest-starring role on Rebecca Romijn’s new series “Pepper Dennis,” which debuts April 4 on the WB.“I’ve always been a little weird that way,” the actress explained in her trailer on the set of “Pepper Dennis.” She plays a twin accused of killing her sister in an episode that is scheduled to air in May.
“My mom took me to my first audition, which was for a Coca-Cola commercial, and she said that if I got the job, then she would let me pursue acting.I guess she didn’t think I would get it on my first try, but I did, and now it’s snowballed into this.” The young actress still lives with her parents in Woodland Hills, where her mom is a dentist, and her father is a businessman with a flexible schedule so that he can accompany her to movie and TV locations.“They gave me a free hand in doing whatever acting I wanted, but they insisted that I lead a fairly normal life,” she said.“I attended public schools until two years ago, when I had to switch to a private school because of my schedule.“I think that gives me an advantage over most other young actresses in Hollywood who are home-schooled.
They have no idea what’s going on in the real world, and I have real-world experiences.