Meet Eva Bella, the fifth-grader who voiced the part of young Elsa in the movie Frozen. Find out her favorite book, her unusual talent, and her current project on Nickelodeon.
Q: Do you do voice-overs often or was that your first time?
Eva: It was my first. I’ve done a few small movies before, but this was my first big thing and also my first premiere. It was a pretty good first premiere and big movie to do because it has made other people so happy. It’s such a great film with the animation and everything about it.
Q: I’m sure you were very happy that it won an Oscar. Were you able to go to the Oscars?
Eva: No, but I watched every single second of it on my TV. (Laughs)
Q: What’s the best book you ever read?
Eva: Dork Diaries #6.
Q: What was your most embarrassing moment?
Eva: When I slipped in water at my school and fell flat on my face. (Laughs) A lot of my friends helped me up. No one laughed but my face was completely dirty, though.
Q: What is the most unusual talent you have that people don’t know about?
Eva: I can spin really fast without getting dizzy, and I don’t get sick on roller coasters, either.
Q: What’s your next project coming up?
Eva: I actually have a new animated TV series called Shimmering Shine. I’m Shimmer and it’s for Nickelodeon. It’s about two sisters that live in Genie World and they go to visit their friend in the human world. They help her with whatever problems she has. They make a few mistakes along the way, but it just teaches you and helps you know that it’s okay to make mistakes.
Interview by Sue Schneider