Willa Fitzgerald made her screen debut in the 2008 film ‘For the Love of a Dog’ directed by Sheree Le Mon. In 2013, she starred as ‘Lola Laffer’ in the American political satire streaming television series ‘Alpha House’ created by Garry Trudeau. She starred in 12 episodes and remained a part of the show until it went off-air in 2014. Fitzgerald continued to appear in television series and shows such as ‘The Novice’ (2014), ‘Blue Bloods’ (2014), and ‘Gotham’ (2015). In 2015, she joined the lead cast of the American anthology slasher television series, ‘Scream.’ She played the role of ‘Emma Duval’ which earned a ‘Teen Choice Award’ nomination. She appeared in two seasons and parted ways from the show in 2016. She portrayed ‘Tiffany’ in the 2017 American comedy-drama film ‘Freak Show’ directed by Trudie Styler. The film received mixed reviews from critics and scored a 54% approval score on Rotten Tomatoes. In 2019, she starred as ‘Kitsey Barbour’ in the John Crowley-directed American drama film ‘The Goldfinch.’ The film was panned by critics and was a box office bomb. That same year, she also became a part of the American teen drama television series ‘Dare Me’ where she grabbed the role of ‘Coach Colette French.’ The series was canceled after one season in 2020. She was last seen playing the role of ‘Roscoe Conklin’ in the 2022 American crime thriller streaming television series ‘Reacher’ developed by Nick Santora. The series has been renewed for a second season.
Freak Show is a comedy drama film which tells the story of Billy Bloom, a teen known for his outrageous fashion sense. When he is sent to an ultra conservative high school, Billy doesn’t seem to care about any of the bullies, and sets out to make a big statement in his own way.