Anneliese van der Pol is a Dutch-born American actress and singer who was born on September 23, 1984. She is most recognised for her work in the theatre and for playing Chelsea Daniels on the Disney Channel sitcom That’s So Raven (2003–2007) and its revival Raven’s Home (2017–2021).
Bratz (2007), Vampires Suck (2010), and 5 Weddings, an international production, are among her films (2017). Van der Pol has recorded many songs for The Walt Disney Company, including “Over It,” which debuted at number 182 on the Billboard 200 on August 7, 2004, for the Stuck in the Suburbs CD.
Willem van der Pol, a Dutchman who is the director of the Physical Plant at California State University in Fullerton, California, and Dyan Ross, an American from Brooklyn, New York, gave birth to Van der Pol in Naaldwijk, the Netherlands. After visiting the house where Frank hid (van der Pol’s mother being Jewish), her mother named her after Anne Frank.
Rachel and Sarah are Anneliese’s two older sisters. Van der Pol moved to the United States with her family when she was three years old, and she holds dual citizenship in the United States and the Netherlands.Van der Pol began acting in third grade at Washington Elementary School in Bellflower, California, where she attended school.
She went to Bellflower Middle and High School before transferring to the prestigious Orange County High School of the Arts in Santa Ana, California, and graduating there.Van der Pol won a Bobbi Award for “Best Actress in a Musical” in 1999 for her performance as Sandy Dombrowski in the Huntington Beach Playhouse version of Grease.
She garnered favourable reviews from the Los Angeles Times for her performance as Eva Perón in the Buena Park Civic Theatre’s production of Evita in 1999. She is also the youngest actress in theatrical history to perform the lead part in a professional production, having begun her career at the age of fifteen.
From 2000 to 2001, Van der Pol played “Laurey” in a musical theatre production of Oklahoma! in Austin, Texas. She was nominated for an Austin Critics Table Award for “Best Actress in a Musical” as well as a B. Iden Payne Award for “Best Featured Actress in a Musical” for her performance. Van der Pol received his high school diploma in 2002 from the Orange County High School for the Arts.
Van der Pol’s Broadway debut as Belle in Beauty and the Beast was confirmed in February 2007. The 17th (and final) Belle in the show was Van der Pol She was in the part from April 3, 2007 to July 29, 2007, when it was the show’s 5,464th (and final) performance. Van der Pol also performed with Beauty and the Beast co-stars Chris Hoch and Jeanne Lehmann at Bryant Park’s Broadway in Bryant Park on July 12, 2007, performing songs from the show.
Van der Pol appeared on Live with Regis and Kelly for a brief interview prior to Beauty’s final performance, where she talked about her Broadway debut and her experiences with the production. She also played Beauty’s “A Change in Me” and spoke about the origins of her name. Van der Pol was cast as Kathy in the new musical Vanities, A New Musical, which premiered in May 2008.
The musical then made its Off-Broadway debut on July 2, 2009, in previews at the Second Stage Theatre, before opening on July 16, 2009. The show ran till August 9th, 2009. On August 21, 2009, she and Lauren Kennedy and Sarah Stiles began recording the Original Cast Album for the show. On December 15, 2009, the album was released through Sh-k-Boom Records.
She claimed in July 2009 that she had gotten her fourth call-back for the Broadway production of Wicked.Van der Pol reprised his role as Shalom Sesame in a 12-part Jewish miniseries (the Jewish version of Sesame Street). In December 2010, the series premiered during Hanukkah.
Van der Pol made her Broadway debut in September 2009 as Esther Smith in the Theatre Under The Stars production of Meet Me in St. Louis, which ran from September 29 to October 11, 2009. Van der Pol had a cameo appearance as Rhonda Busby Smith on The Battery’s Down in December 2009. The episode first aired on YouTube on December 1, 2009, and the online series lasted two seasons.
Vampires Suck, a satire film based on the Twilight series, starring Van der Pol. Jennifer, Becca’s new best friend, is portrayed by Van der Pol. On July 7, 2010, Anneliese’s character introduced the cast of Jersey Shore in a clip that debuted exclusively on Break.com. Van der Pol and co-star Matt Lanter attended New York Comic Con this weekend to meet and greet fans and participate in a live discussion session for Vampires Suck.
She also modelled for Zooey Magazine in a fashion shoot honouring teen movies. Pretty Woman, Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion, 10 Things I Hate About You, The Princess Diaries, and Legally Blonde were among the films featured in the photo shoot, which was shot by David Nguyen.
Along with Amanda Righetti and Jonathan Bennett, Van der Pol participated in the thriller Cats Dancing on Jupiter.Van der Pol made a cameo appearance on NBC’s Friends with Benefits as a guest star. In a guest starring role on Shake It Up, Van der Pol played Ronnie, a former Shake It Up Chicago! dancer. On April 10th, 2011, the episode “Reunion It Up!” debuted.
Van der Pol had been cast as “Fiona MacLeod” in La Jolla Playhouse’s production of Arthur Kopit and Anton Dudley’s “A Dram of Drumstick,” a Scottish play. San Diego began previews for the Scottish play on May 17, 2011. Due to artistic differences between herself and the play’s director, Van der Pol declared on April 24 that she would not be continuing with the production.
Van der Pol was cast in Shane Scheel and Christopher Lloyd Bratten’s film For the Record: Tarantino in Concert in September 2011. The concert, which ran from September 29 to November 12, featured music and sequences from Quentin Tarantino’s flicks, such as Pulp Fiction and Inglourious Basterds.
With For the Record: John Hughes, For the Record: Baz Luhrmann, and For the Record: Tarantino in Concert, Van der Pol continues to be a member of the ‘For the Record’ series throughout 2012. She then went on to record For the Record: Tarantino, the production’s debut cast recording, which was released on November 13, 2012 by LML Music.
She appeared in the Pasadena Playhouse production of The Heiress as Marian Almond from April to May 2012.From December 1, 2012, through January 20, 2013, she was the leading lady in the Arizona Theatre Company’s production of Paul Gordon’s new musical Emma.
In Stephen Wrentmore’s production of The Importance of Being Earnest, she reprised her role as Gwendolyn Fairfax at the Arizona Theatre Company. The event took place in Tucson from September 14th to October 5th, then in Phoenix from October 10th to October 27th.
In New York, Van der Pol played the central part of Olive Thomas in an industry reading for the much-anticipated Ghostlight, A New Musical. Robert Cuccioli, Rachel Bay Jones, Jennifer Hope Wills, Trevor McQueen, and Kimberly Faye Greenberg were among the cast members who joined Van der Pol.
She starred as Millie Dillmount in Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Will Rogers Memorial Center in July 2014. Van der Pol would reprise her role as Chelsea Daniels in the second That’s So Raven spin-off series Raven’s Home, which premiered on July 21, 2017, according to reports from November 14, 2016.
For the first four seasons, she was a main character. In an interview with Naluda magazine, Van der Pol disclosed a few fascinating personal details. We learned that her favourite things in life are long walks on the beach and, very unexpectedly, milk, as well as the best piece of advice she’s ever received. “Every day,” she recommended, “do something toward your goal.”
“Even if it’s just an actor seeing a movie or getting his hair trimmed.” Even if it’s only a slight annoyance. Attend class every day. EVEN SO!!! Oh, and don’t forget to be polite. Simply be polite.”Her inspiration is Nicole Kidman. Van der Pol has stated that a number of women have impacted and inspired her, notably Laurie Metcalfe (whose work in A Doll’s House van der Pol has described as “wonderful”) and Viola Davis (who van der Pol describes as a “absolute work of art on-screen”).
Nicole Kidman, star of Big Little Lies, is her most steadfast and long-term crush.Given her long and illustrious career, you’d assume van der Pol’s finances would be in fine shape by now… You’d be correct in your assumption. According to our source at All-Star Bio, the actress currently has a net worth of one million dollars as a result of her various TV and musical theatre credentials.
She enjoys working out. You’d think van der Pol’s job would keep her active and healthy, what with all the running around she’s expected to perform on stage and film. Not at all, it appears. The actress claimed in an interview with The Global Town Hall that she is passionate about fitness and regularly visits her local circuit training facility for intense weight training and cardiovascular workouts.
Except on days when she can’t resist Mexican food washed down with a Cadillac margarita, she eats fish, whole wheat toast, hard-boiled eggs, poultry, artichokes, and cottage cheeseVan der Pol started dating Orlando Brown, who played Edward “Eddie” Thomas on That’s So Raven, in 2001. Before breaking up in 2004, the couple dated for three years.
In the Huntington Beach Playhouse version of Grease, Van der Pol won her first prize as Sandy Dumbrowsky. Van der Pol earned a Bobbi Award for “Best Actress in a Musical” after the production got good reviews. She kept her award-winning record going in 2015, when she and the rest of the cast of That’s So Raven received the Young Artist Award for Outstanding Young Performers in a TV Series.
Van der Poi is a superb singer who has contributed to various soundtracks, despite the fact that she is better recognised for her work as an actress. On the CD The Children of Christmas in 1999, she performed “Winter Wonderland” alongside Desi Arnaz Jr. In 2003, she joined the Disney Channel Circle of Stars to perform “Circle of Life” from Elton John’s album Disneymania 2.
Despite her polished appearance, van der Pol hasn’t always lived up to the Disney Channel’s expectations. After hitting with a parked car, which collided with two other vehicles, the actress was arrested for DUI in 2006. After testing, she was discovered to have twice the legal blood alcohol level. The actress was fined, compelled to engage in an alcohol education programme, and placed on probation until 2010, after pleading no contest to the offence.
After several years in musical theatre and minor cinema roles, Van der Pol scored her breakout role as Raven Baxter’s best friend Chelsea Daniels on Disney Channel’s That’s So Raven in 2001. Until the show’s finale in 2007, the actress played the character. In 2017, she returned to the character for the spin-off series Raven’s Home, where she has been one of the show’s primary stars for the previous three seasons.
She first appeared on Broadway in Beauty and the Beast. Van der Pol first appeared on Broadway in 2007 as Belle in the final version of Beauty and the Beast. She was in the part from April 3, 2007 until July 29, 2007, and she also sang songs from the show with co-stars Chris Hoch and Jeanne Lehmann at Bryant Park’s “Broadway in Bryant Park.”
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