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AnnaSophia Robb

Highest Rated:   85% Bridge to Terabithia (2007)
Lowest Rated:   8% The Reaping (2007)
Birthplace:   Denver, Colorado
For some actors a career in film seems to be in the cards from the very beginning; such was the case with early bloomer AnnaSophia Robb. The only child of an architect and an interior designer, Robb knew from the age of five that she was destined for a career as an entertainer. A Denver, CO native who never wavered in her determination to succeed, Robb convinced her parents to let her take an acting class before setting out on her first round of L.A. auditions in 2003. It was during this time that her new manager and agent team would help young Robb successfully navigate the Hollywood audition scene, her family living in a modest guest house as her father worked and her mother took Robb to auditions during the daytime hours. By the end of the summer, Robb had attended no less than 42 auditions and had landed her first role as a Bratz-loving Happy Meal fan in a McDonald's commercial. Due to the success of her first voyage west, it didn't take much to encourage Robb to come back to Hollywood in the spring, and after receiving notice that auditions were being held for Wayne Wang's Because of Winn-Dixie, it was time to gas up the car for the long haul once again. Fate seemed to play a curious role during the trip when her father pulled out a stack of librarian-recommended books on tape that he had rented only to find the recorded version of the best-selling Kate DiCamillo novel sitting right on top, and before long Robb was preparing to help bring Dixie to the big screen. Having previously played the lead in the made-for-television movie Samantha: An American Girl Holiday, it didn't take Robb long to find her place in front the camera, and she frequently credits Dixie director Wang with providing the advice she needed to advance as an actress. A subsequent role as bubblegum-chomping brat Violet Beauregarde in the Tim Burton film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory allowed the young actress to cut loose and have a bit of fun on film, and in 2006 Robb could be seen fending off the forces of evil in the apocalyptic horror thriller The Reaping.She had a major part opposite Josh Hutcherson in the 2007 adaptation of Bridge to Terabithia. The next year she had a small part in Jumper, and the year after that she would star opposite The Rock in the remake of Race to Witch Mountain. In 2011 she had the lead in the inspirational surfing film Soul Surfer, playing a girl whose arm was bitten off by a shark. In 2013, she won the starring role in the CW's The Carrie Diaries, playing a young version of Carrie Bradshaw (a role first embodied by Sarah Jessica Parker on the HBO series Sex and the City).


Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Words on Bathroom Walls
  • Rebecca
50% Down a Dark Hall
  • Katherine "Kit" Gordy
54% Freak Show
  • Blah Blah Blah
17% The Crash (Jekyll Island)
  • Creason Clifton
54% Jack of the Red Hearts
  • Jack
44% Khumba
  • Tombi
$91k 2013
83% The Way Way Back
  • Susanna
$21.6M 2013
No Score Yet The Space Between
  • Sam
45% Soul Surfer
  • Bethany Hamilton
$43.9M 2011
42% Race to Witch Mountain
  • Sara
$67.2M 2009
15% Jumper
  • Young Millie
$80.1M 2008
17% Sleepwalking
  • Tara
No Score Yet Spy School (Doubting Thomas)
  • Jackie Hoffman
No Score Yet Have Dreams, Will Travel (Dream It Out Loud)
  • Actor
8% The Reaping
  • Loren McConnell
$25.1M 2007
85% Bridge to Terabithia
  • Leslie Burke
$82.3M 2007
83% Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  • Violet Beauregarde
$206.2M 2005
55% Because of Winn-Dixie
  • Opal
$32.5M 2005
No Score Yet Samantha - An American Girl Holiday
  • Samantha Parkington


80% Little Fires Everywhere
  • Young Elena
  • 2020
89% The Act
  • Lacey
  • 2019
73% Mercy Street
  • Alice Green
  • 2017
  • 2016
83% The Carrie Diaries
  • Carrie Bradshaw
  • 2014
  • 2013
No Score Yet Late Show With David Letterman
  • Guest
  • 2013
No Score Yet The Bonnie Hunt Show
  • Guest
  • 2009
No Score Yet Danny Phantom
  • Voice
  • 2006
No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show
  • Guest
  • 2005

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