Kristen Bell, from Veronica Mars to Assassin’s Creed

Kristen Bell graduated from the prestigious New York University in 2001; immediately after getting the role of Becky Thatcher in the Broadway musical The Adventures of Tom Sawyer then she got a part in the musical Halloween Horror on Broadway. That same year, she makes an appearance in the movie Pootie Tang, but only during the sequence of the credits. In 2002 she starred in the Broadway revival of The Crucible.

Following Kristen Bell participates as a guest star in several episodes of television series. In 2003 she starred in the television movie The King and Queen of Moonlight Bay; a year later in Gracie’s Choice. In 2004 she makes its big screen debut in David Mamet’s Spartan as Laura Newton, the kidnapped daughter of the president, alongside Val Kilmer. Her career takes another leap when she won the title role in the TV series Veronica Mars. This series earned positive reviews from critics and audiences for the performances of Kristen. She was also guest star in two episodes of Deadwood.

Kristen Bell has the role of Gracie in Fifty Pills, film released in April 2006, while continuing her work for Veronica Mars. Kristen lives in Los Angeles and has been a guest of some very popular evening TV-show in the United States. A film version of the musical Reefer Madness (inspired by a 1938 film, which instead had anti-marijuana propaganda purposes) comes out on the Showtime network in April 2005, with Bell reprising the star in a musical. She also appears in a short independent film called The Receipt. Finally she has important roles in the films Roman and Pulse, both released in 2006; the last is a remake of the Japanese horror film Kairo. Also took part in Fanboys, also in 2006. In the same year she won the title of PETA as the “sexiest vegetarian“.

In 2007, she finished the series Veronica Mars and joined the regular cast of the second season of the TV serial Heroes, where she plays Elle Bishop. Also in 2007, she lends her face and voice to the character of Lucy Stillman in Assassin’s Creed video game, and did the same in 2009 for Assassin’s Creed II and 2010 for Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood.

In 2008 she took part in the film Forgetting Sarah Marshall, in the role of Sarah Marshall. She is also the narrator of the television series Gossip Girl. In 2010 she takes part in the film Burlesque, with Steve Antin, Christina Aguilera and Cher, where she plays Nikki. In 2011 Kristen Bell was chosen for the TV series House of Lies, where she plays Jeannie, a bright girl who graduated from Columbia who finds himself attracted, though unwittingly, by fellow Marty.

In 2012 it was announced that actress’s participation in the film Stuck In Love by Josh Boone. Kristen Bell has participated in the last episode of Gossip Girl, playing herself, along with Rachel Bilson, engaged in the making of the film taken from the books of Dan Humphrey, one of the main characters of the series. In 2013 participates in the animated film Frozen from Disney, dubbing the protagonist Anna. In 2014 she returns to play Veronica Mars in the film based on the TV series.