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Emma Bell
Emma Bell on Dulce Osuna.jpg
Bell interviewed about Final Destination 5 in 2011
Born (1986-12-17) December 17, 1986 (age 34)
Years active2004–present
Camron Robertson
(m. 2018)

Emma Jean Bell[1] (born December 17, 1986) is an American actress, best known for her roles in films Frozen (2010) and Final Destination 5 (2011), and for playing Amy in the first and third season of The Walking Dead (2010; 2012), and Emma Judith Ryland Brown on the TNT drama series Dallas (2013–2014).

Early life and family

Emma Bell, who was born in Weehawken, New Jersey, grew up in Flemington[2] and the Stanton section of Readington Township and attended Hunterdon Central Regional High School.[3] She moved to New York City at the age of 16.[4][5] She attended Talent Unlimited High School Performing Arts High School on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.[5]

Her mother, Tessa Horan,[6] was a producer for 60 Minutes, and her father, Robert M. "Rob" Bell,[7] owns Green Birdie Productions, a full-service video production company in Lambertville, New Jersey. Her father was also a reporter, videographer and writer-producer for WWOR-TV.[8] Her brother, Chase Sterling Bell,[9] is a musician. Her paternal grandparents are Ensign Charles Robert Bell[10] and Elise Emma Stone,[11] a Daughter of the American Revolution, both graduates of Swarthmore College in 1939 and he also from the Naval Supply School, Harvard University in 1941, married in Brooklyn on a Sunday, September 14, 1941,[12] and her aunt is Jean Elise Bell.[13] Her great-grandparents were Lieutenant Mead Wilmer Stone, who fought in the First World War and was a co-owner of George Malvese and Company of Garden City Park, in Long Island,[14] and Lillie Seamann.[15]


Bell at the PaleyFest 2011
Bell at the PaleyFest 2011

Bell began her acting career in an Off-Broadway cabaret show in New York at the age of 12.[16] She made her screen debut in 2004, in the episode of NBC drama series Third Watch. She later appeared on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and in 2006 starred in the short-lived The WB television series The Bedford Diaries. She also appeared on such other shows as Supernatural, Law & Order, and CSI: Miami. She made her film debut in the 2007 sports drama film Gracie and also appeared in New York City Serenade, The Favor, Death in Love, and Elektra Luxx.

In 2010, Bell starred as Parker O'Neill, one of the main characters in the film Frozen. The film has received positive reviews from critics and in same year she named one of the "55 Faces of the Future" in Nylon's young Hollywood issue.[16][17] She appeared in Hatchet II, in which she reprised her Frozen role in an uncredited cameo. Also in 2010, Bell portrayed the role of Amy, the younger sister of Andrea (Laurie Holden) in Season 1 of the AMC drama series The Walking Dead.[18] In 2011, Bell starred as Molly Harper, the female lead character, in the 2011 thriller-horror film Final Destination 5.[19]

Bell starred in two television pilots through NBC but neither resulted in becoming full series, Reconstruction in 2011[20] and Midnight Sun in 2012.[21] In September 2012, it was announced that Bell had signed on as a series regular on the second season of TNT's drama series Dallas.[22][23] She played the role of Emma Judith Ryland Brown, Ann Ewing's (Brenda Strong) and Harris Ryland's (Mitch Pileggi) daughter, and Judith Brown Ryland's (Judith Light) granddaughter.[24] In 2013, Bell also starred in independent films Life Inside Out, Bipolar, and See You in Valhalla.[25]

In 2016, Bell played young Emily Dickinson in the drama film A Quiet Passion starring Cynthia Nixon.[26] She made her directing debut with short film Scratch (2016), receiving multiple Festival Awards. She later directed and wrote short film Between the Pines.[27] On television, she has appeared on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, American Horror Story: Roanoke and NCIS. She starred alongside Dan Fogler in the upcoming drama film The Argument directed by Robert Schwartzman.[28]

Personal life

On October 6, 2018, Bell married fellow actor Camron Robertson.[29] On October 28, 2020, she gave birth to their first child, a daughter.[30]



Year Title Role Notes
2007 Gracie Kate Dorset
2007 New York City Serenade Melinda
2007 The Favor Jenny
2008 Death in Love Young Girl
2010 Frozen Parker O'Neil
2010 Elektra Luxx Eleanore Linbrook
2010 Hatchet II Parker O'Neil Uncredited
2011 New Romance Emma Short film
2011 Final Destination 5 Molly Harper
2012 Breaking Wind Rosalie
2013 The Food Ditty Emma Bee Short film
2014 Life Inside Out Keira
2014 Bipolar Anna
2015 See You in Valhalla Faye
2015 The Good Ones Tara Short film
2016 A Quiet Passion Young Emily Dickinson
2016 Scratch Short film, director
2017 Byoutiful Nell Short film
2017 Different Flowers Millie Haven
2019 Plus One Perfect Maid of Honor
2019 Deviant Love Jamie
2019 Between the Pines Short film, director and writer
2019 Why? Dana
2020 The Argument Lisa


Year Title Role Notes
2004 Third Watch Pamela Stewart Episode: "Sins of the Fathers"
2004 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Alison Luhan Episode: "Outcry"
2006 The Bedford Diaries Rachel Fein Recurring role; 5 episodes
2007 Law & Order Kirsten Paley Episode: "Talking Points"
2009 Ghost Whisperer Paula Hathaway Episode: "Body of Water"
2009 Dollhouse Tango Episode: "Needs"
2009 Supernatural Lindsey Episode: "Free to Be You and Me"
The Walking Dead Amy Harrison Recurring role (season 1), voice role (season 3); 6 episodes
2011 CSI: Miami Jennifer Olsen Episode: "Look Who's Taunting"
2012 Midnight Sun Rory Harring Unsold television pilot
2012 Arrow Emily Nocenti Episode: "Honor Thy Father"
2013–2014 Dallas Emma Brown Main role (seasons 2-3); 30 episodes
2014 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Rose Summers Episode: "Reasonable Doubt"
2016 American Horror Story: Roanoke Tracy Logan Episode: "Chapter 10"
2016 Rizzoli & Isles Christine McKenzie Episode: "Cops vs. Zombies"
2016–2017 Relationship Status Claire Main role; 7 episodes
2017 Flip the Script Ad Exec 3 Miniseries; Episode: "Mad Women"
2017 Kevin (Probably) Saves the World Deb Episode: "Sweet Little Lies"
2017 Designated Survivor Carey Morgan Episode: "Line of Fire"
2018 Lucifer Mia Hytner Episode: "Quintessential Deckerstar"
2019 NCIS Hannah McClain Episode: "Musical Chairs"

Music videos

Year Title Artist
2011 "New Romance" Miles Fisher

Award and nominations

Year Award Category Work Result
2011 Eyegore Awards Actress[31] The Walking Dead Won
2010 Fright Meter Awards Best Actress[32] Frozen Nominated


  1. ^ "Intelius - 1 Profile found for Emma Bell in Flemington, NJ".
  2. ^ "Discovery: Emma Bell", Interview (magazine), August 1, 2011. Accessed September 21, 2015. "HOMETOWN: I'm from Flemington, NJ."
  3. ^ "Built Jersey Tough", Inside Jersey, February 2011, backed up by the Internet Archive as of March 10, 2011. Accessed September 21, 2015. "Bell, 24, hails from Stanton, a tiny community that neighbors the much larger and more business-oriented Flemington.... In 2002, she left Hunterdon Central High School midway through her sophomore year to enroll at Talent Unlimited, a performing arts school on Manhattan’s Upper East Side."
  4. ^ New Jersey. "'The Walking Dead' recap: Seance hotline". Retrieved December 2, 2012.
  5. ^ a b "Emma Bell Biography - Rotten Tomatoes".
  6. ^ "Intelius - 1 Profile found for Tessa Bell in Clinton, NJ".
  7. ^ "Intelius - 1 Profile found for Robert Bell in Mount Pleasant, SC".
  8. ^ New Jersey (November 1, 2011). "Built Jersey Tough". Retrieved December 2, 2012.
  9. ^ "Intelius - 1 Profile found for Chase Bell in Flemington, NJ".
  10. ^ "Intelius - 1 Profile found for Charles Bell in Flemington, NJ".
  11. ^ "Intelius - 1 Profile found for Elise Bell in Flemington, NJ".
  12. ^ "The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York · Page 18". Brooklyn Public Library.
  13. ^ "Intelius - 1 Profile found for Jean Bell in Roslyn, NY".
  14. ^ "Long Island- Notable Families from Nassau & Suffolk Counties (Requested Names)".
  15. ^ "RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Passing Thru Central Ohio".
  16. ^ a b "Emma Bell Biography". Retrieved January 19, 2014.
  17. ^ "Frozen". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved January 19, 2014.
  18. ^ "The Walking Dead Adds Frozen Star Emma Bell to its Cast". Dread Central.
  19. ^ "Emma Bell Hopes to Cheat Death Once Again in 'Final Destination 5' -".
  20. ^ Nellie Andreeva, Robert Carlyle & Emma Bell Join Broadcast Pilots, Deadline Hollywood, March 7, 2011
  21. ^ Nellie Andreeva, Julia Stiles To Star In NBC Drama Pilot ‘Midnight Sun’, Deadline Hollywood, March 2, 2012
  22. ^ Morgan Jeffery (September 12, 2012). "'Dallas' adds 'Walking Dead' star Emma Bell for season two". Digital Spy. Retrieved September 15, 2012.
  23. ^ Nellie Andreeva (September 12, 2012). "Emma Bell Joins 'Dallas' As New Regular". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved September 15, 2012.
  24. ^ "'Dallas' Emma Bell on Judith Light and sending J.R. Ewing out with a bang - Zap2it". January 28, 2013. Archived from the original on January 21, 2014. Retrieved January 19, 2014.
  25. ^ "'Modern Family's' Sarah Hyland to Produce, Star in Indie Dramedy (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. July 26, 2013. Retrieved January 19, 2014.
  26. ^ Travers, Peter (April 12, 2017). "'A Quiet Passion' Review: Cynthia Nixon Shines as Emily Dickinson".
  27. ^ "Between Showers Movie 1914 Short Film | Charlie Chaplin, Ford Sterling, Emma Bell Clifton, Chester" – via
  28. ^ Hipes, Patrick (May 9, 2019). "Robert Schwartzman's 'The Argument' Settled In Time For Cannes; Utopia Repping Sales".
  29. ^ "The Walking Dead Alum Emma Bell Marries Camron Robertson! Inside Their Gorgeous Big Sur Nuptials".
  30. ^
  31. ^ "The Eyegore Awards for 2011 has Horror Stars Launching Halloween Horror Nights". Entertainment Today. October 12, 2011. Retrieved November 1, 2016.
  32. ^ "2010 Fright Meter Awards Winners". Retrieved November 1, 2016.

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