AnnaSophia Robb Net Worth 2020, Biography, Career, and Instagram.
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For AnnaSophia Robb, acting has been something she wanted to do as far as she can remember.
By the age of eight, she joined an acting class in Denver called the Hollywood Showcase Denver.
It was after a six weeks course at this class that her first agent and manager found her and her journey to stardom began.
Read other interesting facts about this American born singer, model, and actress who has starred in so many blockbuster movies like Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Race to Witch Mountain, Soul Surfer and played the character of Carrie Bradshaw on CW’s series The Carrie Diaries.
AnnaSophia Robb was born on December 8, 1993, in Denver, Colorado, to her mother, Janet who is an interior designer, and father, David Robb who is an architect.
She spent most of her childhood in Colorado. She is of Danish, English, Irish, Scottish, and Swedish descent and is of White ethnicity.
Robb is of American nationality. She grew up in a home that followed Christianity and was home-schooled.
In 2009, Arapahoe Herald reported she was attending Arapahoe High School Centennial, Colorado from where she eventually graduated in 2012.
In the same year, she announced that she has been admitted to Stanford University but that she was deferring acceptance due to filming commitments.
While it’s known that Robb is the daughter of Janet and David Robb, it is not known who her siblings are. This has left many assuming she’s the only child of her parents.
As mentioned in the introduction, Robb took an interest in acting and began acting from an early age. Her first performance was at her church stage, before an audience of about 500 individuals.
Seeing her potentials, her parents gave a big push by enrolling her in acting classes as well as competitions. She also competed in dance and gymnastics before quitting to focus on acting.
Height and Weight
The beautiful blonde beauty stands at 5″0 (152 cm) and weighs 49 kg.
At the age of nine, AnnaSophia Robb was scouted by an agency in Los Angeles, after which she moved to LA with her mother during the pilot season.
After a number of auditions, she bagged her first role in a national commercial for McDonald’s in 2004. She also worked on Bratz dolls commercial and has been the face of Trad Clothing.
On September 19, 2004, she debuted on television for a small role in the series ‘Drake & Josh’. Two months later, she did her first major role as the main character of the television film ‘Samantha: An American Girl Holiday’.
In 2005, she appeared on the big screen in two movies, both being adaptations of popular children’s books.
In ‘Because of Winn-Dixie’, she played the protagonist Opal, and in Tim Burton’s remake of ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’, she played the competitive and rude bubblegum-chomping brat Violet Beauregarde.
In 2006, she did a guest voice role in an episode of the animated show ‘Danny Phantom’.
The next year, she worked with Hilary Swank in the movie ‘The Reaping’ and appeared in the lead in the film ‘Have Dreams, Will Travel’.
In 2007, she got a major role in the coming of age movie ‘Bridge to Terabithia’.
She also lent her voice to the song ‘Keep Your Mind Wide Open’ for the soundtrack of the film. The song was her first single to chart on the ‘Billboard Hot 100’.
She appeared in a number of films in 2008, including ‘Jumper’, ‘Spy School’ and ‘Sleepwalking’.
Her performance in the last one was praised by critics, even though the movie did not do well in the box office.
The same year she did voice acting for Mary Magdalene in ‘The Word of Promise: Next Generation – New Testament: Dramatized Audio Bible’.
In 2009, she starred alongside Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in the remake of ‘Race to Witch Mountain’. The next year, she acted in the film ‘The Space Between’.
She was cast in the biographical drama film ‘Soul Surfer’ in 2010. She played the titular character of Bethany Hamilton, who, despite losing an arm in a shark attack, continued surfing.
From all her endeavors in the entertainment industry and the endorsement deals it attracted for her. It is estimated that the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory star has a net worth of $8 million.
In 2013, she appeared in the comedy film ‘The Way, Way Back’ and did a voice role in ‘Khumba’. The next year, she played Ariel in the short film ‘Funny or Die’s Little Mermaid‘.
Connect with her on Instagram@annasophiarobb
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