Actress Anna Sophia Robb (AnnaSophia Robb) recently starred in Hulu’s two most acclaimed limited series. In 2019, she starred in “THE ACT” with Patricia Arquette. This spring, she portrayed a flashback version of Reese Witherspoon’s “Elena Richardson” character in “Little Fires Everywhere”, which is based on Wu Enda’s best-selling book. Robb will soon appear with Charlie Plummer and Taylor Russell in the film “Discourses on the Bathroom Wall” based on Julia Walton’s debut novel. She will also star in “Expectation”, Quibi’s new scripted horror series. The series will tell the dark journey of a young woman (played by Robb) due to the mysterious circumstances of luck and pregnancy. In addition, Robb will star in the upcoming Peacock limited series DR. Death, with Chris Sullivan, Jamie Donan, Alec Baldwin and Christian Slater.
On the screen, Robb recently partnered with Uma Thurman in Lionsgate’s suspense thriller “DOWN A DARK HALL” directed by Rodrigo Cortes. She plays “Kit Gordon”, a troubled but gifted teenager who is sent to a private boarding school to develop her talents, but then reveals the dark secret about the school’s true intentions. She also appeared in the film “Freak Show” produced by Drew Barrymore’s Flower Film Company and directed by Trudy Styler. Rob co-starred with Toni Colette and Steve Carell in the critically acclaimed Fox Searchlight movie, directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rush. Her performance in SOUL SURFER received amazing reviews. This is the story of a competitive surfer Bethany Hamilton who survived a terrible shark attack. Her other film works include “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, “Sleepwalking”, “Space Between”, “Witch Mountain Race”, “Jumper”, “Because of WINN DIXIE”, “Spy School” and “Bridge to Terabithia”.
Robb portrays various roles on TV. She starred in the second season of the PBS Civil War miniseries “MERCY STREET” produced by Ridley Scott. Robb also starred in CW’s THE CARRIE DIARIES, playing the role of Carrie Bradshaw in the prequel to HBO’s very successful series SEX & THE CITY. Other TV credits include the conspiracy with Diana Agron, Minnie Driver, and Frank Grillo on Jekyll Island, and the highly rated TV movie “Samantha: American Girl”