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Despite negative reviews of the film overall, Robb's performance in Sleepwalking garnered praise.Time film critic Richard Schickel said: "There is a wonderful range to Robb's work..is extraordinarily mature acting from someone this young and she wins our sympathy without once begging for it." and appeared in the summer comedy, The Way, Way Back.Anna Sophia Robb (born December 8, 1993) is an American actress and model.She has starred in such films as Because of Winn-Dixie (2005), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), Bridge to Terabithia (2007), Race to Witch Mountain (2009), Soul Surfer (2011), and The Way, Way Back (2013).In 2006, she had a guest role on the cartoon show, Danny Phantom as the voice of Danielle "Dani" Fenton. She recorded a song for the soundtrack titled, "Keep Your Mind Wide Open", and the accompanying video received rotation on the Disney Channel.Robb played Leslie Burke in Bridge to Terabithia with Josh Hutcherson, which opened in U. Robb went on to appear in The Reaping, Have Dreams, Will Travel, Jumper, and Spy School.After several auditions, she was given the opportunity to appear in a commercial, advertising Bratz dolls that would be aired nationally.After appearing in a commercial for Mc Donald's, Robb had a small role in the episode, "Number One Fan" of the television series Drake & Josh.
At age 9, she was scouted by an agent, and she and her mom drove down to Los Angeles.In October 2013, Robb started filming for Jekyll Island, starring alongside Frank Grillo, Ed Westwick, Dianna Agron, John Leguizamo, Minnie Driver, and Maggie Q.The latter was a major box office success worldwide, and helped escalate Robb's popularity among pre-teen audiences.In 2005, Robb was the face of Trad Clothing, helping to design and model a fashion line for girls.
Her first major role was the title character in the television special, Samantha: An American Girl Holiday. Robb's two big-screen appearances in 2005 were both adaptations of popular children's books.
She starred as Opal in Because of Winn-Dixie and as the competitive and rude Violet Beauregarde in Tim Burton's remake of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.