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Dec 18

Ariel and Levi (and their babies) spent the holidays having a white Christmas. Yesterday (December 28th) they returned home. Via Instagram Ariel shared:


🥰Christmas 2018🥰 This was my first white Christmas and I feel so grateful I was able to share it with my babies. Our family photo this year (swipe) was just as much of a struggle as it was last year. They were DONE with our shit after the first set of photos. 🙂 BY THE WAY…if you rescued or are going to rescue a furbaby before 2018 is over…tag me so I can happy cry about all of the amazing doggies who have found loving homes!!! 💖 Merry Christmas to you and yours⛄️❤️


Dec 18

The young star of “Modern Family” volunteers at the Animal Haven in Lower Manhattan. And tries not to adopt another dog.

Ariel Winter knew her lines: “Sit. Sit. Sit. Sit. Sit.” But her co-star, a brindled hound mix named Tigger, didn’t budge.

It was the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, and Ms. Winter, a dog lover, had come to Animal Haven, a shelter on Centre Street in Lower Manhattan that finds home for abandoned dogs and cats.

In town to promote “Modern Family,” the popular sitcom she has starred in for 10 seasons, Ms. Winter had taken the afternoon off to volunteer at the shelter and record a public service announcement.

In Los Angeles, where she lives, Ms. Winter works with the Westside German shepherd Rescue and American Humane. Four dogs (Casper, Chloe, Cash and Cleo) populate the Culver City home she shares with her boyfriend, the actor Levi Meaden.

“Our house would be filled with dogs if it was up to me,” she said. “But four is our max right now. We try to give them all enough attention.”

At Animal Haven, she wanted to do whatever was needed, with one request: no cats. “I’m allergic,” she told Tiffany Lacey, the executive director of the shelter. “I’m not going to get hives or anything, just a seriously stuffed up nose.”

Ms. Lacey said that cats were kept in a separate area and handed Ms. Winter a purple volunteer shirt that clashed cheerfully with her plaid pants and red boots.

For her first job as volunteer, Ms. Winter, who has a sweet, bright voice and the outsize eyes of an anime character, was assigned to romp with Delilah, a 4-year-old silver terrier mix rescued from Puerto Rico. “Oh, girl!” Ms. Winter said as she scratched her ears. “So sweet.”

Delilah had other admirers to greet, so Ms. Lacey took Ms. Winter on a tour of the kennels downstairs, comfortable rooms brightened by a skylight. She waved to the dogs in each berth as she heard stories of their rescues.

One had been shot in Alabama, one had been dragged behind a car in Florida, one had recently arrived from Iran. She put her hands out for the dogs to sniff, and a few of them pushed their muzzles though cutouts in the windows to offer licks. “Hi, babes!” she said.


Ms. Winter is indulgent with dogs. At home, they have free rein (“Our couch will never look nice, it won’t, and I’m O.K. with that,” she said), and the three older ones usually find their way into bed. Cash, an Australian shepherd mix, “sleeps on our heads,” she said.

Ms. Lacey led her to a room where two older Labradors, Dante and Diego, sat gloomily. Their owner in the East Village had died. “I’m coming in, boys,” Ms. Winter said. The dogs twined around her, and she stroked them until they seemed a little more cheerful. “Happy boys get happy treats,” she said soothingly. “You boys get a lot of treats today.” (They have since been adopted, together.)

Her task complete, Ms. Winter eased out of the room, headed back upstairs and grabbed her jacket. Her next assignment: walking Rumple, a chunky Staffie mix with cropped ears and a white belly. He sauntered outside, snuffling the occasional curb, as Ms. Winter held his purple “Adopt Me” leash.

He declined to relieve himself but seemed to enjoy the fresh air. “There’s a lot of smells,” Ms. Winter said.

It took 15 long minutes to walk Rumple up the block and back. When Ms. Winter returned, it was time to find the right dog for the public service announcement, which would appear on the shelter’s Instagram. This is the kind of social media Ms. Winter likes. As for the rest of it, she said, “Everyone’s watching at every moment, so that’s really difficult to just live life,” she said.

A star of “Modern Family” since she was 11, Ms. Winter is now 20. (Her plans for her 21st birthday: “I’m definitely going to go to Vegas,” she said. “I’ve played poker since I was 6 years old.”) Fans have seen her grow up, on screen and off, and have scrutinized her body, her clothes, her relationships.

One of the nice things about dogs? They don’t judge.

But most dogs don’t have Ms. Winter’s comfort in front of the camera. Shannon Kirkman, the shelter’s director of marketing, first tried to film the spot with Marty, a fawn-colored dog rescued during a recent snowstorm in New York City. But Marty was not ready for his close-up, skittering away when treats were not on offer.

“He’s still pretty confused about what’s going on,” Ms. Kirkman said.

“He’s like, ‘I don’t like this woman’s pants,’” Ms. Winter said. The plaid was a bold choice. Maybe dogs do judge?

Tigger, a bouncy brindled dog that Ms. Winter had bonded with downstairs, was next. They frisked together, but despite Ms. Winter’s encouragement, the camera wasn’t his thing. “You’re like my dogs,” Ms. Winter said, as she threw him a squeaky toy. “You don’t pay attention.”

One more dog was tried before Ms. Winter finally succeeded with Abbi, a golden Chihuahua who lives in the shelter with her sister Ilana. Abbi is described on the shelter’s website as a nervous girl, but she was content to nestle in Ms. Winter’s arms. She was perfect co-star material.

“Please consider donating and help the lives of these beautiful babies,” Ms. Winter said to the camera, as she petted Abbi.


The video was posted that afternoon and raised about $40,000, twice the shelter’s goal.

Source: New York Times

Dec 18

Ariel and a friend were seen out for lunch in Sherman Oaks on Wednesday (December 19th).


Dec 18

Ariel was seen out and about in Los Angeles on Monday (December 17th).



Dec 18

Seems like it was time for a fresh haircut for Ariel and Levi. Both were seen at Nine Zero One Salon in West Hollywood on Friday (December 14th), and both looked wonderful leaving the salon.



Dec 18

Did you catch Ariel on Modern Family‘s 10×10 ‘Stuck in a Moment’ on ABC last night? Read the press release below:

Hayley wants to give the family a Christmas gift they will never forget if she can just figure out the perfect time. Meanwhile, Claire is mad that Phil has once again borrowed the family Christmas tree for a house-showing; and Jay, Gloria and Joe have to deal with some unwelcome visitors over the holidays.

Also enjoy these HQ episode stills.


Dec 18

Tuesday lunch was held at a sushi restaurant in Los Angeles. Love sharing these 46 HQs of Ariel and Levi with you.


Dec 18

Lots has happened across all 10 seasons of Modern Family! Get caught up on the last 30 episodes with Ariel Winter (Alex Dunphy) and tune into Modern Family at 9PM Wednesday’s on ABC.

Dec 18

Ariel and Levi had a romantic dinner night at the Madeo Italian Restaurant in Beverly Hills, California (December 8th).


Dec 18

Ariel rocked a black leather jacket, visiting her acting coach’s office on Friday (December 7th).




Current Projects

Modern Family
Ariel as Alex Dunphy
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Three different, but related families face trials and tribulations in their own uniquely comedic ways.


The Last Movie Star
Ariel as Lil McDougal
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An aging former movie star is forced to face the reality that his glory days are behind him. On its surface, the film is a tale about faded fame. At its core, it’s a universal story about growing old.


Sofia the First
Ariel as Sofia (voice)
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Sofia, is a little girl with a commoner’s background until her mom marries the King and suddenly she is royalty. With the help of the three fairies in charge of the Royal Training Academy, Sofia learns that looking like a princess isn’t all that hard but behaving like one must come from the heart.


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