Olivia “Livvy” Stubenrauch was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is best known for her adorable and mischievous Voiceover role of “Young Anna” in Disney’s award winning animated film “Frozen” (2013). Livvy began modeling for print ads at the age of 5. She caught the acting bug when she turned 6 and landed the role of “Molly” in the play “Annie” at her teenage siblings’ high school Creative Arts Theater. She has loved being on stage and behind the camera ever since.
In addition to her role in “Frozen,” Livvy has also lent her voice to characters on Cartoon Network’s “Clarence” and “Adventure Time.” She has also been cast in various independent films.
Born in Omaha, Nebraska, Eva Bella started dancing when she was 18 months old and her love of performing was born. At the age of six, Eva decided she wanted to pursue an acting career and, along with her family, moved to Los Angeles, to follow her dream.
Shortly after arriving in Los Angeles, Eva booked her first professional gig in a Disney Jr. commercial. This was followed by a recurring role on NBC’s Parenthood. Since then, this talented and charismatic actress has appeared in several other television shows, including Sam and Cat, as well as various regional and national commercials.
Her voice has also led to roles in numerous animated feature films. Eva recently voiced ‘Young Elsa’ in the Disney animated feature film FROZEN; ‘Young Kayo’ in The Wind Rises; ‘Young Sue’ in Almost Heroes 3D; ‘Wendy” in Snowflake the White Gorilla and ‘Additional Voices’ in Despicable Me 2 and Mr. Peabody and Sherman.
Despite her busy schedule, Eva is also dedicated to her education. She is a straight ‘A” student. In her spare time, she enjoys dancing, fashion and designing as well as art and drawing.
AUTOGRAPH PRICING INFORMATION
* Please note, autograph rates are established by Special Guests and cannot be set or influenced by Kami-Con in any way.
- 1 Autograph: $20 (includes free selfie with purchase of autograph)
1 Photo: $25
- 1 Photo w/ Both Girls: $45
*Note: Prices are per guest.
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