Ella Anderson is an American actress, born on 26 March 2005, in Florida, America. She is one of the most popular child artist in Hollywood. She started her career in 2011, that is at a very young age of 5. Ella played the role of Haley in the TV show 'The Last Man Standing' (2011). She got her first feature film ' Touchback Click to look into! >> Read More... ' in 2012. Ella portrayed as Jamie in this movie. Before the filming of the movie began, She attended a week of rehearsals with the rest of the cast.. She said, "It was in August, so it was like a summer camp for me. That week, we spent a lots of hotel time at the pool so I got really close to my movie sister Jacquelyn Evola." she further added "It was on that set, I decided that I wanted to be actress for the rest of my life." Apart from Touchback, she has also appeared in the American film The Giant Mechanical Man, an unusual rom-com drama, about a silver painted street performer and a soft spoken zoo worker who falls for him. Ella played the role of a daughter in this movie, that released in 2012.
It got good reviews from critics. Since then, Ella got busy with a number of TV and movie roles. She also appeared in American superhero sitcom Henry Danger (2014) that aired on Nickelodeon Channel. She played the role of Henrys (superhero) little sister named Piper Hart. Piper claims that she hates her life and overreacts to issues mostly about social media. Ella has also been cast for its season 2 (aired from September 2015). This cute little child artist has worked in seven TV shows and five movies till now. She has played a number of different roles and each of them challenged her various ways. According to her, the fun of being an actress is that she gets to play so many variety of roles. Each of them turns into a very special memory.
She wished Warner Bros. to make an Elf sequel and she would love to portray the daughter of the two main characters, Will Farrell and Zooey Deschanel A person possessing multi-talents of being an actr >> Read More... .
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