AnnaSophia Robb was born on the 8th December 1993 in Denver, Colorado, USA, to Janet, an interior designer, and Dave Robb, an architect. She has Danish, English, Irish, Scottish, and Swedish ancestry.
Robb started off life with a dream to act, and began by performing on a church stage in her home town in front of 500 people when she was just 5 years old. She began taking various acting classes and courses at the age of 8, and was scouted at the age of 9 by an agency in Los Angeles. She drove down to LA with her mom, during the pilot season. 42 auditions later, AnnaSophia booked her first national commercial, advertising Bratz dolls. The second time out to Los Angeles was a big one for AnnaSophia; she auditioned for the lead role of Opal in a movie called "Because of Winn-Dixie" opposite Jeff Daniels. Three months, three auditions and one screen test later, AnnaSophia booked her first role in a major motion picture.
Subsequently, AnnaSophia appeared as the title role in "An American Girl Holiday", a TV movie for Warner Bros, and as Liza in an episode of "Drake & Josh". One of her most notable roles is playing the gum-chewing Violet Beauregarde in Tim Burton's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", in which she stars opposite Johnny Depp. She then starred in the magical fantasy "Bridge to Terabithia" in which she plays Leslie Burke, and horror/thriller "The Reaping" in which she plays Loren McConnell, and stars opposite Hilary Swank. She also had a supporting role in "Jumper".
In her spare time AnnaSophia enjoys dancing (Jazz, Hip-hop, break dancing and Irish dancing), swimming, skiing, running and modeling. She is also a talented singer and recorded a song for the "Bridge to Terabithia" soundtrack.
Name: AnnaSophia Robb
Known for: Bridge to Terabithia
BirthDay: 08, Dec ,1993