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Vinson quickly proved popular with the show's audience, receiving a nomination for "Most Popular New Female Talent" for her portrayal of Cassie Turner at the Logie Awards of 2006.
In July 2007, speculation arose that Vinson intended to leave the series in order to pursue an acting career in Los Angeles.
The film which was released in September 2012, was released to mixed reviews and failed to make an impact on the domestic box office.
However the film's found international box office success in China, Italy and Thailand, with the film returning its budget earning million worldwide.
At the age of twelve years, Vinson enrolled as a student at the Brent Street School of Performing Arts in Sydney.
Vinson's introduction into the entertainment industry was initially as a musician, before a transition to acting.
Vinson's final appearance on the show was on 2 April 2008.
Vinson instead portrayed the role of Cassie Turner, a troubled teenager who is taken into foster care after numerous run-ins with the police.Hey @houseofhorrorss, after announcing that @barbaracrampton is coming to the Convention.How about a little "You're Next" Reunion Party w/ @sharnivinson, @wendyglenn, @Simon_Barrett and @istaytuccidown?!?The film received mostly positive reviews from critics, with Vinson's performance praised with Total Film placing her character in the number one spot on its '50 Most Bad-Ass Female Horror Leads'.In March 2014 Vinson appeared in the Australian independent film Patrick, a remake of the 1978 film of the same name. Vinson portrayed the role of a nurse Kathy Jacquar, whose comatose patient Patrick uses his psychic powers to stalk her.
Born in Sydney, Vinson grew up in the southern beach suburb of Cronulla.