For a few performers a vocation in film is by all accounts probable from the earliest starting point; such was the situation with right on time blossomer AnnaSophia Robb. The main offspring of a planner and an inside originator, Robb knew from the age of five that she was bound for a vocation as a performer. A Denver, CO local who never faltered in her determination to succeed, Robb persuaded her guardians to give her a chance to take an acting class before setting out on her first round of L.A. tryouts in 2003. It was amid this time that her new chief and specialists group would help youthful Robb effectively explore the Hollywood trial scene, her family living in a humble visitor house as her dad worked and her mom took Robb to tryouts amid the daytime hours. Before the end of the late spring, Robb had gone to no under 42 trials and had handled her first part as a Bratz-cherishing Happy Meal fan in a McDonald’s business.
Because of the accomplishment of her first voyage west, it didn’t take much to urge Robb to return to Hollywood in the spring, and in the wake of accepting notice that trials were being held for Wayne Wang’s Because of Winn-Dixie, it was time to gas up the auto for the whole deal by and by. Destiny appeared to assume an inquisitive part amid the trek when her dad hauled out a pile of custodian suggested books on tape that he had leased just to locate the recorded adaptation of the top rated Kate DiCamillo novel sitting right on top, and a little while later Robb was get ready to help convey Dixie to the extra large screen. Having beforehand played the lead in the made-for-TV film Samantha: An American Girl Holiday, it didn’t take Robb long to discover her place in front the cam, and she every now and again acknowledges Dixie chief Wang for giving the guidance she expected to propel as an on-screen character. A consequent part as bubblegum-gnawing whelp Violet Beauregarde in the Tim Burton film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory permitted the youthful on-screen character to cut free and have a touch of fun on film, and in 2006 Robb could be seen battling off the strengths of malevolence in the prophetically catastrophic loathsomeness thriller The Reaping.
She had a real part inverse Josh Hutcherson in the 2007 adjustment of Bridge to Terabithia. The following year she had a little part in Jumper, and the year after that she would star inverse The Rock in the change of Race to Witch Mountain. In 2011 she had the lead in the rousing surfing film Soul Surfer, playing a young lady whose arm was gnawed off by a shark. In 2013, she won the featuring part in the CW’s The Carrie Diaries, playing a youthful rendition of Carrie Bradshaw (a part initially exemplified by Sarah Jessica Parker on the HBO arrangement Sex and the City). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Annasophia Robb Profile
Annasophia Robb Body size/Measurements
|AnnaSophia Robb measurements|
|Breasts-Waist-Hips:||33-23-35 inches (84-58-89 cm)|
|Height:||5’0″ (152 cm)|
|Weight:||108 lbs (49 kg)|
|Natural breasts or implants?||Natural|