She has some other appearances on her resume, including PBS's "Mercy Street," Lifetime's "Daytime Divas" and FX's "Atlanta." That latter show is a bit too adult for her. She viewed her scene and that was it.
"Stranger Things," though, was okay for her to view in full. "It was funny," she said. "It was scary. especially when Dustin's pet Demogorgon ate his cat. Oh my god, Dustin is super funny!"
Although most of her scenes were just with McLaughlin, she did get to meet David Harbour (Chief Hopper) and Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven). Brown "gave me a hug. I didn't time to speak. I was star struck. I was mind blown!"
Priah, whose parents are both in creative fields, was clearly ready with the question about her plans in the future because it sounded like something an actor years older might say: "I would like to write, direct," she said. "Work on my craft! I'd love to be in a Marvel movie. I love dramas, scifi. I'm all about that. I also like dry comedy."