AnnaSophia Robb portrayed Violet Beauregarde in the movie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Do you remember the kid that turned purple and inflated after she eats a gum? Well yeah, that is her. Even as a child, AnnaSophia looked pretty.
Now that she has all grown up, we can see that she has turned into a beautiful and sophisticated woman. Our gallery includes photos that demonstrate AnnaSophia’s sexy body. When in a bikini, you will notice her hot and well-toned figure. Her boobs and ass are shapely, and she has incredible abs. This lady rocks in a two-piece suit!
Also, in the gallery, are photos of AnnaSophia in casual clothes and formal gowns. She is a classic chic! She poses with ease in front of the camera, and her shots mesmerize her fans. She got featured as the cover of several magazines like Seventeen, Teen Vogue, Nylon, Girlfriend, Cosmo Girl, Glamour, and the Company.
Before proceeding with the central part of this article, let us first learn more about AnnaSophia Robb. AnnaSophia hailed from Colorado. She was born on December 8, 1993, to David and Janet Robb. Her mother is an interior designer, while her father is an architect. She got her names from her paternal grandmother and maternal great-grandmother.
Her family members were devout Christians, and she did her first acting in their church stage. She participated in gymnastics and dance competitions for several years but did not continue to prioritize her career. As a child, she was homeschooled, but later, she went to class at Arapahoe High School in Colorado. She also studied at New York University from 2014 to 2018.
AnnaSophia Robb began her career as a child actress. She first appeared in commercials and then guested in the series Drake & Josh. Afterward, AnnaSophia got her first lead role in the TV film Samantha: An American Girl Holiday. She played Violet in the box office hit Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Her other activities include modeling and singing. She sang a song for her movie Bridge to Terabithia.
You will find a summary of AnnaSophia Robb’s projects below.
- Because of Winn-Dixie
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
- Bridge to Terabithia
- Race to Witch Mountain
- Soul Surfer
- The Way, Way Back
- The Reaping
- Have Dreams, Will Travel
- Spy School
- The Space Between
- The Crash
- Funny or Die: Sofia Coppola’s Little Mermaid
- Jack of the Red Hearts
- Freak Show
- Down a Dark Hall
- Roger Vivier’s Jewels to Shoes
- Samantha: An American Girl Holiday
- Drake & Josh
- The Carrie Diaries
- The Act
- Danny Phantom
- Mercy Street
- Robot Chicken
- Little Fires Everywhere
- Dr. Death
Throughout her career, she has received nominations and awards. Her rewards include the Rising Star Award from the Denver International Film Festival in 2009, two Young Artist Awards for the movie Bridge to Terabithia in 2008, and Superstar of Tomorrow award (female) from the Young Hollywood Awards in 2013.