Camilla Belle Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Camilla Belle s net worth is constructed from her success movies. Camilla Belle started her performing career in the movie production of the novel A Princess Or Queen, with Liesel Matthews in the direct part. Camillas first direct part though was in 2,000, in the Disney Channel initial picture Rip Girls. In 1998, Camilla impersonated Aubrey Shepard in Adventures in Odyssey, the Emphasis on the Family radio drama.
Camilla Belle Net Worth $2.5 Million Dollars
Camilla Belle has won a Picture Young Artist Award nomination for her description of Sandra Bullocks character as a daughter in Useful Magic, and was nominated on her guest appearances on Walker: Texas Ranger. Additionally, Camilla Belle has won still another 2 Younger Artist Award nominations for her performances in Rip Women and in Changing Dad. After she appeared in the 2006 remake of When a Stranger Calls Camilla Belle obtained global interest. Camilla had the direct part in the picture. Her next vital part was the part of Kira Hollis in the scifi thriller Drive. Camilla Belle bought a metallic black BMW 325i Convertible with 320 HP and 332 pounds-foot of torsion and a $30.000 Mini Cooper.
October 2, 1986 age 28
Los Angeles, California, United States
5 ft 7 in (1.72 m)
St. Paul's Catholic Elementary School, Marlborough School
United States of America
Jack Routh, Cristina Routh
Gotham Independent Film Award for Breakthrough Actor
10, 000 BC, When a Stranger Calls, Push, The Quiet, Sundown, From Prada to Nada, The Ballad of Jack and Rose, Cavemen, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, The Chumscrubber, A Little Princess, Father of Invention, Practical Magic, The Invisible Circus, Breakaway, Diablo, Back to the Secret Garden, Open Road, The American Side, Rip Girls, Poison Ivy II: Lily, Adrift, The Patriot, Annie: A Royal Adventure!, Empty Cradle, Secret of the Andes, Deconstructing Sarah, Trouble Shooters Trapped Beneath The Earth, Amapola, Marshal Law, Zero Hour, Paradise Lost, Bald, The Trap, Bumped
It took a lot of negotiating to get her to star in the remake When a Stranger Calls (2006) after Evan Rachel Wood turned it down. She is not a fan of horror movies and nearly turned down the role of Jill Johnson as a result until director Simon West told her he was going more for a psychological thriller which is when she accepted. She had to turn down the role of Kelli Presley in the Black Christmas (2006) to take on the role, which starred her co-star from the former film Katie Cassidy.
Her father is from Kingman, a small town in Kansas, and has English, German, and French ancestry. Her mother is Brazilian, and has Portuguese, and possibly some Italian, ancestry.
One of People magazine's Most Beautiful People in the world 2011.
She has also been involved in various charities and is an international spokesperson for "Kids With A Cause", created to provide a helping hand to children suffering from poverty, hunger, lack of education, neglect or abuse.
She is an aspiring classical pianist. She would played a few pieces for The Quiet (2005) and From Prada to Nada (2011), both of which were films she also acted in.
Likes to watch Brazilian soap operas with her grandmother Deborah and used to visit her mother's family in São Paulo.
Likes Brazilian food: feijoada (typical plate made with pork and beans), pão-de-queijo (typical bread made with cheese) and brigadeiro (sweet made with chocolate).
Speaks fluent English and Portuguese.
Her dark, defined eyebrows
I'm never going to apologize for having a lot of guy friends, and I always have. That happens, and I'm not going to live my life where I'm not going to go out and have a coffee or lunch with my guy friends.
The great thing about life-I'd rather not know and just hope I'm happy and healthy and I feel as good about my life as I do now.
I'm not a dark person at all, so those roles are the most challenging. I don't think I'm necessarily drawn to dark things. It just seems to work out that way.
You don't have to work hard to bring emotions. It all just comes naturally, you're there living it.