Camilla Belle Biography
Camilla Belle attended St. Paul's Catholic Elementary School which is located in the west part Los Angeles, California. She also studied in Marlborough School, an elite school for girls in Los Angeles while doing some forgettable films during those times. Camilla first progressed by doing commercials before she started working on movies for network and cable television. Her very first modeling gig is for a national print and she got it when she was only nine months old.
During the 90s, Camilla Belle has done several television and direct to video movies which includes Trapped beneath the Earth, Annie: A Royal Adventure!, Poison Ivy II and Marshal Law. Camilla also played minor roles in several widely-released films. Among them are the films A Little Princess, The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Practical Magic.
In 2005, Camilla Belle appeared in the film The Ballad of Jack and Rose where she played the daughter of Daniel Day-Lewis's character. The said film however has only received a limited theatrical release but her performance there earned her the label "impressive newcomer" which is given to her by film critic James Berardinelli. In the same year, Camilla played a major role in The Chumscrubber. But like the first one, it has only received a brief and limited theatrical release. After sometime, Camilla played a lead role in the remake of Screen Gems When a Stranger Calls. This horror remake was released on February 3, 2006.
The other side of Camilla Belle showed her as an aspiring classical pianist. She can speak several languages fluently including Spanish and Portuguese. She also actively participates in various charity programs and has even become an international spokesperson for Kids with a Cause, a program which aims to help children suffering from poverty, hunger, lack of education, neglect or abuse.
Camilla Belle was quoted saying that one do not have to work hard to bring out emotions. All would just come out naturally because people are there living in them.