Carly Schroeder Biography
Carly Schroeder has also been a guest star on The Disneys Channels number one show Lizzie McGuire, as Melina Bianco, where she played as a devilish, free-spirited prankster and best friend to Matt McGuire. Carly also has appeared as guest-star, in her role as Molly on the youth-oriented show, "Dawson's Creek.
She also played Susan Olsen in the TV movie, Growing Up Brady.
In 2004, Carly Schroeder starred her first feature outing in the Independent Spirit Award-winning film Mean Creek.
In 2005, Carly Schroeder was featured in the Warner Bros. action thriller Firewall, as she played the daughter of Harrison Ford and Virginia Madsen. In 2006, Schroeder starred in the movie Eye of the Dolphin, as a girl who can communicate with dolphins. It is in this movie that she received an award as Best Child Actress in The International Family Film Festival.
Another movie came for Carla Schroeder wherein she has to fly to South Africa and work with lions in the thriller Prey, a story about an American family that gets stranded while on a wild animal safari in the middle of South Africa.
Carly Schroeder have also done a heart-wrenching performance in "Cold Case" as an abused child that has been accused of murder many years after the crime took place. Carla has been in commercials for Enterprise, McDonalds, Barbie, Cabbage Patch, Shake N Bake, Ziploc, Sears, Sav-on, Osco, and her favorite among her endorsements, Got Milk. Schroeder also has done modeling for such internationally known companies as Abercrombie & Fitch and Jessica McClintock. Schroeder was on the A-list for children actors in the February 2005 issue of W magazine.
In 2007, Carly Schroeder is a co-star with her brother, Hunter, in her movie Gracie. Carly loves horseback riding, scuba diving, roller-blading and Karate. The young actress still remain close friends with her co-stars in her several shows, especially to Jake Thomas. With this accomplishments and having a cool image, Carly Schroeder is indeed a role model and an inspiration to all teenagers and young adults.