ANNABELLE WACHTEL ⭐️ is an actress, singer & dancer originally from New York City. Her love for singing on stage started very young.
At the age of 9, Annabelle was cast on "The National Tour of Annie" by Martin Charnin, the creator, lyricist and director of the Broadway Musical “Annie”. She played the role of the funny and smallest orphan Molly. She travelled with the tour in the US as well as Canada for over 6 months and performed more than 162 times. She not only worked with fantastic actors, but also with amazing musicians and a fantastic theater crew and management. She learned at an early age she was part of a team and that her own work would affect each and every one of them. She learned to be responsible. Most of all, she learned that she had another family outside home.
Returning to New York City, Annabelle was cast in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical "School of Rock" and made her Broadway debut at the age of 10. She then transitioned to the small screen and appeared on television as the guest star on the holiday episode of the CBS show "Bull". Opposite Michael Weatherly, she delivers a very funny performance when she tries to hire Doctor Bull's services in order to "divorce" her parents.
Annabelle was the voice of Tabby in Nickelodeon's animation of "Barley & Tabby's Big City Tales". She plays a little monkey who is a ball of energy and whose over confidence causes her and her brother Barley all sorts of comical problems.
More recently, she was a lead in the short film "SUNDAY WITH MONICA", and was cast as a recurring character in the upcoming Hulu TV show "UP HERE" directed by Tommy Kail, written & run by Steven Levenson.
Annabelle is constantly working on her arts and she is training with New York and LA's finest teachers in voice, acting and dance. In her down time, she writes songs, short stories and plays.
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- First Broadway show I saw? Mary Poppins
- Favorite Movie? Throw Momma from the Train, 1987 w/ Danny Devito & Billy Crystal
- If you could have one superpower, what would you choose? Teleportation!
- What inspires you? My family. I am half-French (Mom), half-American (Dad). My Aunt & cousins are from China, my grand-mother is Swiss, and the rest of my family is from England and Colombia. We are an international family! Even though we speak different languages and have different beliefs, we all love each other. Diversity makes life so much more interesting and fun!
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