Camilla Belle Routh is an American actress. She was born in Los Angeles, California to Jack Routh (an American) and Christina, who is from São Paulo, Brazil. She attened the Marlborough School, an all-girls school in Los Angeles.
Belle began doing ads at the age of nine months. She progressed into commercials and began working in movies for network and cable television. Throughout the 1990s, she appeared in several made for television and direct to video movies, including Trapped Beneath the Earth, Annie: A Royal Adventure!, Poison Ivy II and Marshal Law. She had minor roles in several widely-released films, including A Little Princess, The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Practical Magic.
In 2005, Belle starred in the film The Ballad of Jack and Rose, playing the daughter of Daniel Day-Lewis’s character. The film only received a limited theatrical release, but Belle was labeled an “impressive newcomer” by film critic James Berardinelli. The film was her first in nearly four years. The same year, Belle also had a major role in The Chumscrubber, which received only a brief and limited theatrical release. Belle was subsequently cast in the lead role in Screen Gems’ horror film remake, When a Stranger Calls. The film was released on February 3, 2006.
Belle, an aspiring classical pianist, speaks several languages fluently, including Spanish and Portuguese. She has been actively involved in various charities and is an international spokesperson for Kids With A Cause, created to provide a helping hand to children suffering from poverty, hunger, lack of education, neglect or abuse.
Camilla’s fashion sense is strong and experimental. She isn’t afraid of colors, new details or new shapes. So she is definitely fun to watch. And she definitely understands the difference that a pair of good heels can make to the outfit. Just look at these looks to see yourself. The fashion runs in her blood as her mother is a fashion designer.