Kristen Bell is an actress who gained fame for her title role in the television show “Veronica Mars.”
Shortly after graduating high school, Kristen enrolled in New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, majoring in theatre. A few credits short of graduating, Kristen left NYU in 2001 to play the role of Becky Thatcher in the Broadway production “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.” She continued to act in theatre and appeared in the Hallmark Channel movie, “The King and Queen of Moonlight Bay.”
In 2004, Kristen won the lead role in Rob Thomas’s “Veronica Mars,” for which she achieved public and critical success. She has since starred in many comedy films including “Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” “When in Rome,” and “Hit and Run” alongside her partner, Dax Shepard.
Some of Kristen’s current projects include the television series “House of Lies,” alongside Don Cheadle, and the “Veronica Mars Movie,” to be released in 2014.
In 2013, Kristen gave birth to her first daughter with actor Dax Shepard, Lincoln.