Wrenn Schmidt is an American actress best known for her recurring role as Julia Sagorsky, the girlfriend of Richard Harrow and daughter of Paul Sagorsky, in the third season of the period drama television series Boardwalk Empire, in 2012.
Her work on the series as well as her stage appearance in The Master Builder opposite John Turturro at the Brooklyn Academy of Music earned her a place on Indiewire's "On The Rise: 10 Actresses to Watch in 2013" and a profile by The New York Times.
Film credits include Our Idiot Brother, Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer (The Projectionist's Best Performances of 2010, NY Magazine), How to Follow Strangers (L.E.S. Film Festival Prix d'Or), and Mary & Louise (Weird Sisters).
Television credits include CBS's Blue Bloods and 3 lbs, ABC's Body of Proof, and NBC's Mercy and Law & Order.
Other New York theatre work includes the Broadway production Come Back, Little Sheba at Manhattan Theatre Club, Be a Good Little Widow at Ars Nova, Jailbait at the Cherry Lane Theater, Beyond the Horizon and Sive at Irish Repertory Theatre, Katie Roche and Temporal Powers at the Mint Theater, Phantom Killer at Abingdon Theatre Company, Caesar & Cleopatra at Resonance Ensemble and Crazy for the Dog at Jean Cocteau Repertory.
Schmidt began her acting career under the direction of Tony award-winning director Anthony Page in the National Broadway tour of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? with Bill Irwin and Kathleen Turner.
A graduate of the South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities and Meadows School of the Arts, SMU, Wrenn resides in Brooklyn, NY.