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When she was eight years old she signed with Ford Models, and appeared in a number of print ads.
Benson made her big screen debut with a bit part in the 2004 comedy 13 Going on 30.
In December 2009, Benson was cast as Hanna Marin in the ABC Family mystery-thriller teen drama series Pretty Little Liars, based on the novel series by Sara Shepard.
Hanna is the "diva" and "It girl" of the group, having taken Alison Di Laurentis' place as the most popular girl at Rosewood High in Alison's absence.
She recalled working on a film set instead of a soap opera set "definitely weird", because she would spend days working on one or two scenes, whereas on the Days of Our Lives set, she filmed two or three episodes a day.
For Bring It On: In It to Win It, she had to attend cheerleading practice, which was "hard for [her], because [she is] afraid of heights." In 2008, she appeared in the Lifetime original film Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal, where she played head cheerleader Brooke Tippit, a character loosely inspired by Karrissa Theret of the Fab Five.
After her breakup with Michelle, she began dating another musician St. The couple was in a relationship for almost two years and they broke up in 2016. Cara and Paris revealed about their relationship by a smooch in Los Angeles, California in April 2018.
The daughter of the late Michael Jackson and actress, Paris double dated Cara with her boyfriend, Macaulay Culkin, and Brenda Song.
She also received a number of awards and nominations.
She has appeared in the music videos for NLT's "That Girl", One Call's "Black Light", and Hot Chelle Rae's "Honestly".
In the January 21, 2013, episode of the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother, Benson appeared as Carly Whittaker, Barney Stinson's half-sister who dated Ted Mosby.
Furthermore, she was excited to land a supporting role in Bart Got a Room, which aired mainly on film festivals in 2008 before having a limited release in 2009, because it allowed her to work with William H. The show was based on John Updike's novel, The Witches of Eastwick, and the 1987 film adaption of the same name.
The series only lasted 13 episodes before ABC cancelled the series due to low ratings but has since gained a cult following.