Oct 08, 2016 11:35 AM EDT
’Frozen’ Star Kristen Bell Is A Musical Theater Student Of The Tisch School Of Arts At NYU
If you have followed her career, then no doubt you have seen her during her 'Veronica Mars' days. While many now know her as the voice behind Princess Ana in 'Frozen,' Kristin Bell went to New York University before she became famous.
Born in 1980, Kristen Bell began her acting career in stage productions. But as a teenager, she took on her studies like most teenagers. Before her first year in high school, Bell's parents decided to pull her out from the public school system. They had her attend the Shrine Catholic High School. It was there that she participated in the drama and music club of the school. She excelled as Dorothy in the school's production of 'The Wizard of Oz.' When she graduated from high school in 1998, she was named 'Best Looking Girl' by her class.
After high school, she moved to New York to attend the Tisch School of the Arts in New York University, cites Seventeen. She majored in Musical Theater. However, she did not finish her degree. She was just a few credits shy of graduating. She had to leave her studies to take on a role in the Broadway musical of 'The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.' She starred as Becky Thatcher.
But she gained popularity as the titular character in 'Veronica Mars.' She earned several nominations and awards for her TV role. Afterwards, she was cast in multiple TV shows and movies such as 'Heroes', 'When in Rome', and 'The Boss.' The kids know and love her as Princess Anna in the Disney movie 'Frozen.'
Through the years, Kristen Bell gained recognition for her acting capabilities. Even if she 'Let Go' of her degree at NYU. It is not known yet if she has plans to finish her degree at New York University. Do you think she can still go back and earn that last few credits? Sound off in the comments section!
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