Bella Thorne

Bella Thorne - Biography, Profile, Facts, and Career
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Bella Thorne began her acting career with an uncredited, minor role in the movie Stuck on You (2013).

She then got a significant break in 2007 when she was given a role in the TV series Dirty Sexy Money.

Her acting career saw yet another brilliant ascent in the year 2008 when she got a role in the well-known TV series My Own Worst Enemy.

She then stumbled upon the opportunity of a lifetime when she was featured in the TV series Shake It Up (2010). She came up great with her acting and began giving voices to the animation series Phineas and Ferb (2007).

The year 2015 saw her launch her first teenager’s novel, which was trailed by another in the following year.

She likewise voiced a video game titled Marvel Avengers Academy (2016). Thus, the last few couple of years have seen her move from a side-line actress to a notable multitalented star.

Besides being an actress and writer, she is also known as a director. In 2019, she directed the movie Her & His. The movie was a success and had been nominated for several awards.

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Profile

  • Real Name: Annabella Avery Thorne
  • Stage Name: Bella Thorne
  • Nickname: Bella
  • Birthday: October 8, 1997
  • Birthplace: Florida, U.S.
  • Zodiac Sign: Libra
  • Nationality: American
  • Height: 173 cm (5’8”)
  • Weight: 56 kg (123 lbs)
  • Blood Type: A
  • Religion: Christian
  • Professions: Actress, Singer, Writer, Model
  • Education: Sylvan Learning Center
  • Hobbies: Dancing, spending time with her family, playing soccer, playing with her dogs
  • Parents: Tamara Thorne (Mother), Reinaldo Thorne (Father)
  • Siblings: Dani Thorne (Sister), Kaili Thorne (Sister), Remy Thorne (Brother)
  • Boyfriends: Benjamin Mascolo (2021 – 2022), Alex Martini (2019 – 2021), Derek Smith (2017 – 2018), Tana Mongeau (2017 – 2019), Blackbear (2017), Gregg Sulkin (2016), Tyler Posey (2016), Brandon Thomas Lee (2015), Tristan Klier (2012 – 2014), Cody Simpson (2011), Garrett Backstrom (2010 – 2011), Kenton Duty (2010)
  • Facebook: Bella Thorne Official
  • Twitter: @bellathorne
  • Instagram: @bellathorne
  • TikTok: @bellathorne
  • YouTube: Bella Thorne Official

Facts

  • Bella was continually bullied at school. The bullying and the prodding got so awful for her that she decided she wanted to be homeschooled.
  • She used to be dyslexic.
  • Her father passed away when she was young. However, her mother has kept on supporting her family through her job as an author.
  • She is very charitable and enjoys giving back.
  • Right up ’til now, she has never learned how to drive a car even though she really wants to.
  • She has Cuban heritage and was raised by people who spoke mainly Spanish.
  • Bella really loves cosmetics to such an extent that she decided to build her own beauty care products line called Thorne By Bella.
  • She is pansexual, which means she loves who she loves no matter what their gender or their orientation is.
  • Bella is naturally blonde.
  • She does not like drinking liquor.
  • Her fashion inspiration is actress Blake Lively.
  • Her ideal type is…
  • Her net worth is around $12 million.

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Movies

  • Divinity (TBA), as the main character
  • Clare at 16 (TBA), as Clare Bleecker
  • The Uncanny (TBA), as Scarlet
  • Exo (TBA), as the main character
  • Salem State (TBA), as the main character
  • Rumble Through the Dark (TBA), as Annette
  • Open Your Heart (TBA), as self
  • The Trainer (2023), as the main character
  • Coachella (2022), as self
  • Leave Not One Alive (2022), as Taz
  • Jelly (2021), as the executive producer
  • Time Is Up (2021), as Vivien
  • The United States of Elie Tahari (2021), as self
  • Habit (2021), as Mads and the producer
  • Masquerade (2021), as Rose
  • Chick Fight (2020), as Olivia and the executive producer
  • Girl (2020), as the main character
  • The Babysitter: Killer Queen (2020), as Allison
  • Infamous (2020), as Arielle and the executive producer
  • Thorne by Bella: Sapphire Stephanie (2019), as self and the director
  • Her & Him (2019), as the director, screenwriter, and producer
  • I’m a Hoe 2 (2018), as self and the director
  • Thorne by Bella: Electric Cash (2018), as self and the director
  • Assassination Nation (2018), as Reagan
  • TanaCon: What Really Happened (2018), as self
  • Conrad & Michelle: If Words Could Kill (2018), Michelle Carter
  • Midnight Sun (2018), as Katie Price
  • The Death and Life of John F. Donovan (2018), as Jeanette
  • I Still See You (2018), as Veronica Carder
  • Ride (2018), as Jessica as the executive producer
  • Drink Slay Love (2017), as co-executive producer
  • The Babysitter (2017), as Allison
  • Hiking with Kevin (2017), as self
  • You Get Me (2017), as Holly Viola and the executive producer
  • Amityville: The Awakening (2017), as Belle
  • Shovel Buddies (2016), as Kate and as the executive producer
  • Ratchet & Clank (2016), as Cora
  • Boo! A Madea Halloween (2016), as Rain
  • Keep Watching (2016), as Jamie
  • Marvel Avengers Academy (2016), as Greer Grant
  • The Duff (2015), as Madison Morgan
  • Big Sky (2015), as Hazel
  • Secrets of New York Fashion Week (2015), as self
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip (2015), as Ashley Grey
  • The Guardian Brothers (2015), as Raindrop
  • Perfect High (2015), as Amanda
  • Underdogs (2015), as Laura
  • Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (2014), as Celia
  • The Snow Queen 2: The Snow King (2014), as Gerda
  • Blended (2014), as Hilary
  • Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met My Ghoulfriend? (2014), as Cammy
  • Sides & Rides (2013), as self
  • The Frog Kingdom (2013), as Princess Froglegs
  • The Unbeatables (2013), as Laura
  • Frenemies (2012), as Avalon Greene
  • KARtv (2012), as a guest of Shake It Up
  • Zendaya: Behind the Scenes (2012), as self
  • Katy Perry: Part of Me (2012), as self
  • The Time I… (2011), as self
  • One Wish (2010), as Messenger
  • Raspberry Magic (2010), as Sarah Patterson
  • Forget Me Not (2009), as Angela
  • Disney 365 (2009), as self
  • Water Pills (2009), as Psych-Out Girl
  • Finishing the Game (2007), as a supporting character
  • Blind Ambition (2007), as Annabella
  • The Seer (2007), as Claire
  • Craw Lake (2007), as Julia
  • The Ant Bully (2006), as Ant Kid
  • Stuck on You (2003), as a supporting character

TV Series

  • American Horror Stories (Hulu | 2022), as a supporting character
  • Ben and Bella’s Musical Affair (Deerjen | 2021), as self and the director
  • Paradise City (Amazon Prime Video | 2021), as Lily Mayflower
  • Robot Chicken (Adult Swim | 2020), as Jean Grey
  • Tales (BET | 2019), as Janelle
  • Speechless (ABC | 2019), as Cassidy
  • Famous in Love (Freeform | 2018), as Paige Townsen
  • The Truth About Tanacon (YouTube | 2018), as self
  • Scream: The TV Series (MTV | 2015), as Nina Patterson
  • K.C. Undercover (Disney Channel | 2015), as Jolie
  • Red Band Society (Fox | 2014), as Delaney Shaw
  • CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS | 2014), as Hannah Hunt
  • Phineas and Ferb (Disney Channel | 2014), as Birgitte
  • Good Luck Charlie (Disney Channel | 2011), as CeCe Jones
  • Shake It Up (Disney Channel | 2010), as CeCe Jones
  • Wizards of Waverly Place (Disney Channel | 2010), as Nancy Lueke
  • Big Love (HBO | 2010), as Tancy Henrickson
  • Little Monk (USA Network | 2009), as Wendy
  • Mental (Fox Telecolombia | 2009), as Emily
  • In the Motherhood (ABC | 2009), as Annie
  • My Own Worst Enemy (NBC | 2008), as Ruthy Spivey
  • October Road (ABC | 2008), as Angela Ferilli
  • Dirty Sexy Money (ABC | 2007), as Margaux Darling
  • The O.C. (Fox | 2007), as Taylor Townsend
  • Entourage (HBO | 2006), as a supporting character
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC | 2006), as Jess

TV Shows

  • All About (IMDb Originals | 2021), as a guest
  • Hollywood Insider (YouTube | 2021), as a guest
  • Celebrity Show-Off (TBS | 2020), as a guest
  • E poi c’è Cattelan (EPCC) (Sky Uno | 2020), as a guest
  • Pop5 (Quibi | 2020), as a guest
  • Let’s Roll with Tony Greenhand (The Roku Channel | 2020), as a guest
  • The Masked Singer (Fox | 2020), as a participant
  • Lights Out with David Spade (Comedy Central | 2019), as a panelist
  • GMA3: Strahan, Sara & Keke (ABC | 2019), as a guest
  • The 2019 Celebrity Experience Awards Live from Universal Studios (YouTube | 2019), as a guest
  • Celebrity Page (Syndication | 2018), as a guest
  • K-Love Super Stars (YouTube | 2018), as a guest
  • Good Mythical Morning (YouTube | 2018), as a guest
  • Entertainment Tonight Canada (Global Television Network | 2018), as a guest
  • Chelsea (Netflix | 2017), as a guest
  • Teen Choice Awards 2017 (Fox | 2017), as the host
  • Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Party Challenge (VH1 | 2017), as a guest
  • BuzzFeed Celeb (YouTube | 2016), as a guest
  • Access Hollywood (NBC | 2016), as a guest
  • The 22nd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards (The CW | 2016), as a guest
  • Junketeers (Comedy Central | 2016), as a guest
  • Super Fun Awesome Party Game Time (Facebook | 2016), as a guest
  • Style Code Live (Amazon | 2016), as a guest
  • Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC | 2016), as a guest
  • Hollywood Medium (E! | 2016), as a guest
  • The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (NBC | 2015), as a guest
  • 2015 Much Music Video Awards (Much | 2015), as the host
  • MTV After Hours with Josh Horowitz (MTV | 2015), as a guest
  • Project Runway (Bravo | 2015), as a guest
  • 2015 MTV Video Music Awards (MTV | 2015), as a guest
  • 7th Annual Shorty Awards (YouTube | 2015), as the host
  • 2015 MTV Movie Awards (MTV | 2015), as the host
  • Teen Choice Awards 2015 (Fox | 2015), as the host
  • Rachael Ray (Syndication | 2015), as a guest
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers (NBC | 2015), as a guest
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC | 2015), as a guest
  • Drama King (Showcase | 2015), as a guest
  • The 41st Annual People’s Choice Awards (NBC | 2015), as a guest
  • TakePart Live (Pivot | 2014), as a guest
  • 2014 Young Hollywood Awards (Fox | 2014), as a guest
  • Wonderview (Wonderwall | 2014), as a guest
  • Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2014 (Nick | 2014), as a guest
  • Teen Choice Awards 2014 (Fox | 2014), as the host
  • The Talk (CBS | 2014), as a guest
  • Extra (Syndication | 2014), as a guest
  • The View (ABC | 2014), as the co-host
  • Made in Hollywood (Syndication | 2014), as a guest
  • Dish Nation (Fox | 2014), as a guest
  • Entertainment Tonight (Syndicated | 2014), as a guest
  • Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards (Cartoon Network | 2014), as a guest
  • Today (NBC | 2014), as a guest
  • Fox and Friends (Fox | 2014), as a guest
  • Live with Kelly and Ryan (WABC-TV | 2014), as a guest
  • Sidewalks Entertainment (KCRT-TV | 2014), as a guest
  • Teen Choice Awards 2013 (Fox | 2013), as the host
  • The Show with Vinny (MTV | 2013), as the host
  • Radio Disney Music Awards (Disney Channel | 2013), as a guest
  • Radio Disney’s Total Access (Disney Channel | 2013), as a guest
  • Tweet Out (GeekNation | 2013), as a guest
  • Good Morning America (ABC | 2012), as a guest
  • Red Carpet Report (RCR | 2012), as a guest
  • The 20th Annual Movieguide Awards (Hallmark | 2012), as a guest
  • Chelsea’s Channel (YouTube | 2012), as a guest
  • Make Your Mark: Shake It Up Dance Off (Disney Channel | 2012), as a guest
  • 2012 ALMA Awards (NBC | 2012), as a guest
  • Disney Game On (Disney Channel | 2012), as a guest
  • The 20th Annual Movieguide Awards (Hallmark | 2012), as a guest
  • Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade (Disney Channel | 2011), as a guest
  • PrankStars (Disney Channel | 2011), as a guest
  • Make Your Mark: The Ultimate Dance Off – Shake It Up Edition (Disney Channel | 2011), as a guest
  • 2011 Do Something! Awards (VH1 | 2011), as a guest
  • Disney Friends for Change Games (Disney Channel | 2011), as a guest
  • The 37th Annual People’s Choice Awards (Fox | 2011), as a guest
  • Piper’s QUICK Picks (YouTube | 2010), as a guest
  • Piper’s Picks TV (YouTube | 2009), as a guest
  • The View from the Bay (KGO – TV | 2008), as a guest

Music Video Appearances

  • Cowboys Don’t Cry (2022) – Oliver Tree
  • Actually Vote (2020) – Keke Palmer
  • Trust Me (2018) – Bhad Bhabie feat. Ty Dolla $ign
  • Clout 9 (2018) – Lil Phag
  • Habits (2018) – COM3T
  • Address on the Internet (2017) – Mod Sun
  • Bedroom Floor (2017) – Liam Payne
  • Hefner (2017) – Tana Mongeau
  • Outta My Hair (2017) – Logan Paul
  • Hurricane (2014) – The Vamps

Books

  • The Life of a Wannabe Mogul: Mental Disarray (Rare Bird Books | 2019), as the author
  • Autumn’s Wish (Delacorte Press | 2016), as the author
  • Autumn’s Kiss (Delacorte Press | 2015), as the author
  • Autumn Falls (Delacorte Press | 2014), as the author

Awards

  • 2019 2nd Pornhub Awards – Visionary Award – Her & Him
  • 2015 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie (Villain) – The DUFF
  • 2015 Shorty Awards – Actress – Bella Thorne
  • 2014 Young Hollywood Awards – You’re So Fancy – Bella Thorne
  • 2013 Young Hollywood Awards – One to Watch – Bella Thorne
  • 2013 Young Artist Awards – Best Performance in a TV Movie, Miniseries, Special, or Pilot (Leading Young Actress) – Frenemies
  • 2012 Imagen Awards – Best Young Actress (Television) – Shake It Up
  • 2011 Young Artist Awards – Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) (Leading Young Actress) – Shake It Up
  • 2009 Young Artist Awards – Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy or Drama) (Supporting Young Actress) – My Own Worst Enemy

Nominations

  • 2020 XBIZ Awards – Best Art Direction – Her & Him
  • 2020 37th AVN Awards – Best Featurette – Her & Him
  • 2020 37th AVN Awards – Best Dramatic Screenplay – Her & Him
  • 2019 German Independence Award – Best Short Film – Her & Him
  • 2018 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Movie Ship – Midnight Sun
  • 2018 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Drama Movie Actress – Midnight Sun
  • 2018 Teen Choice Awards – Choice TV Actress (Drama) – Famous in Love
  • 2017 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Summer Movie Actress – Amityville: The Awakening
  • 2017 Teen Choice Awards – Choice TV Actress (Drama) – Famous in Love
  • 2015 Teen Choice Awards – Choice TV (Scene Stealer) – Scream
  • 2014 Teen Choice Awards – Choice Female Hottie – Bella Thorne
  • 2014 Young Hollywood Awards – Best Social Media Superstar – Bella Thorne
  • 2012 ALMA Awards – Favorite TV Actress (Comedy) – Shake It Up
  • 2012 Young Artist Awards – Outstanding Young Ensemble in a TV Series – Shake It Up
  • 2012 Young Artist Awards – Best Performance in a TV Series (Leading Young Actress) – Shake It Up
  • 2011 Imagen Awards – Best Young Actress (Television) – Shake It Up
  • 2011 Young Artist Awards – Best Performance in a TV Series (Recurring Young Actress 11 to 16) – Big Love
  • 2011 Young Artist Awards – Best Performance in a TV Series (Guest Starring Young Actress 11 to 15) – Wizards of Waverly Place
  • 2011 Young Artist Awards – Outstanding Young Ensemble in a TV Series – Shake It Up
  • 2010 Young Artist Awards – Best Performance in a TV Series (Guest Starring Young Actress) – Mental
  • 2009 Young Artist Awards – Best Performance in a TV Series (Guest Starring Young Actress) – October Road
  • 2008 Young Artist Awards – Best Performance in a TV Series (Guest Starring Young Actress) – The O.C.

Ever since Bella Thorne appeared in TV commercials, graced the covers of magazines, and made headlines, her fame kept on rising to the top. She is now arguably one of the most notable artists in Hollywood.

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