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ANNASOPHIA ROBB (Loren McConnell), one of today's busiest young actresses, is currently starring in the critically acclaimed fantasy adventure "Bridge to Terabithia.” Robb made her feature film debut in 2005 in the Wayne Wang-directed family film "Because of Winn-Dixie,” with Jeff Daniels. Robb was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress for her performance as Opal, a young girl whose life is changed when she befriends a stray dog. Later that year, she starred as champion gum chewer Violet Beauregarde in Tim Burton's "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” starring Johnny Depp.

Robb also stars in a wide range of upcoming films, including "A West Texas Children's Story,” with Val Kilmer, Matthew Modine and Lara Flynn Boyle; the indie drama "Ferris Wheel,” with Charlize Theron; the indie adventure "Doubting Thomas”; and the sci-fi adventure "Jumper,” in which she stars with Hayden Christensen and Rachel Bilson under the direction of Doug Liman.

On television, Robb played the title role in the telefilm "Samantha: An American Girl Holiday,” executive produced by Julia Roberts and directed by Nadia Tass. Robb's other television credits include guest appearances on the Nickelodeon comedy series "Drake & Josh” and "Danny Phantom.”


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