October 2, 1986 (37)
Camilla Belle is an American actress recognized for her work in both film and television. Belle’s career began as a child, with her first major role in the film “Trapped Beneath the Earth.” She gained wider recognition for her performance in “The Lost World: Jurassic Park” and further established herself with leading roles in films such as “When a Stranger Calls” and “10,000 BC.”
Belle’s film career is marked by significant roles that showcase her range as an actress. She starred in “The Ballad of Jack and Rose,” where her performance was critically acclaimed. Her role in “The Quiet” demonstrated her ability to handle complex characters, while “Push” allowed her to explore the science fiction genre. Belle’s work in “Breakaway,” a cross-cultural hockey drama, further exemplified her adaptability in diverse roles.
Throughout her career, Belle has collaborated with notable figures in the film industry. She worked with director Steven Spielberg in “The Lost World: Jurassic Park,” and with actors such as Daniel Day-Lewis in “The Ballad of Jack and Rose” and Dakota Fanning in “Push.”
Belle’s contributions to the film industry have been recognized with various nominations and awards. She received a Young Artist Award nomination for her performance in “Practical Magic” and was honored with the Best Actress award at the Newport Beach Film Festival for her role in “The Chumscrubber.”