How Bella Thorne Rose From Childhood Abuse To An A-List Celebrity
Bella Thorne is a formidable actress, singer and director in the entertainment world that is right now. The true definition of hard work, sacrifice and determination will definitely propel one to greater heights.
Born on October 8, 1997, Annabella Avery Thorne hailed from the humble family background. She was born in Pembroke Pines, Miami to two adoring parents Tamara Thorne her mother and father Delancey Reinaldo Thorne.
Tamara Thorne is a glorified American Horror writer. Her father died in 2007 in a tragic motorcycle accident making Tamara a single parent to Bella and her older siblings Dani, Kilie and Remy Thorne.
Bella Thorn was diagnosed with dyslexia in her early childhood days when she was in first grade. It was not easy for her since she used to attend a public school where she got taunted and bullied by fellow school mates.
Bella’s mother decided to sort for homeschooling to create a good and safe learning environment. Bella later enrolled in a Sylvan Learning Center where she improved her reading and writing skills.
Her consistency in reading constantly helped her overcome dyslexia.
Being a single parent to four adorable children was not easy. They needed money to sustain their households. Bella was fortunate enough to land a TV commercial deal when she was as young as six weeks old.
The gorgeous actress is known for her popular outstanding performance in the TV drama My Own Worst Enemy where she played Ruthy Spivey.
Her first appearance in a movie was on an un-credited role she played in Stuck on You in 2003. In 2007, she starred in the second season of Dirty Sexy Money as Margaux Darling.
This was her first TV series to be on. Bella is known for her hard work and did not disappoint any bit.
She, later on, she secured a role in HBO’s Big Love after replacing Jolean Wejbe.
Bella, later on, moved to act in Disney Channel’s Shape It Up where she played Cece Jones.
She had an outstanding performance since she could relate with her character because her character Cece Jones is dyslexic (a condition she also had in her childhood) and has a burning passion for dancing.
She had to take up dance classes every night after she signed in to the show.
Bella Thorne is a multi-talented person. In 2009, she released her first single got featured in the top 100 US billboard charts. She has also done voice-overs for the cartoon series Phineas and Ferb in the same year’.
In 2012 Bella launched her first album ‘Made in Japan’ then a hit single ‘TYYLXOX”,’ Jersey’ and ‘Call it Whatever’.
Some of the movies that Bella has acted or done voice-overs are; ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks’, ‘Blended’, ‘Craw Lake’, ‘Water Pills’, ‘Underdogs’, ‘The Frog Kingdom’, The Babysitter’ and many more. She has been able to forge her way through up the ladder and has secured a position on the A-list actors.
The actress got a record deal label with Hollywood records in 2013 and later on signed another deal with Epic records.
Some of the awards that have been won by Bella include the Young Artist Awards for Best Performance in TV series, Supporting Young Actress, Best in performance in a TV series and Leading Young Actress for her role in ‘Shake it Up’.
Bella has co-starred with other big names in the industry and released collaborations with top pop musicians. She recently went public and revealed she is bisexual.
She has been with her 2017 summer sweetheart till to date.
Bella has worked so hard in her career and her bank account, as well as assets, are proof. She is worth a whopping $5 million.
From her acting to music and many other ventures, she has been able to garner enough money and still leave a simple decent life.
Bella Thorne is also big in philanthropy. She is sponsoring a young girl in Kenya from Kibwezi, Kenya.