The names of her parents are Andrew Bell and Tish Bell and they must be very proud of what their daughter has achieved in her wonderful career. Wiki sites also contain information on her biography.She is not very tall as she has an average height of 5 feet 8 inches.
That kind of "just do it" attitude is what got Bell, who is now 34, her first stunt gig on Xena in 1998, and what landed her a job on Kill Bill when she had only planned a three-month holiday in Canada (she never moved back to New Zealand), and what landed her a producing gig on Raze, a short film that accidentally became a feature. And so I tried it, and it didn't work, and we think I fractured one of my vertebrae, and was kind of out for 10 weeks, and aside from the massive realization that I wasn't invincible, the other thing that kind of hit me was that it was my first actual realization of the respect I should have for my body. I couldn't crawl for eight or nine months: I couldn't baby-walk, you know? I was like, okay, I've grown into somebody slightly different due to this. Did you answer the question for yourself, what if I couldn't be a stuntwoman? The reality is, if I wasn't a stuntwoman, I remember thinking that as much as I love my work and I love the feeling of success with stuff, that actually, (We emerge from the tomb.) that doesn't have to define the most important things in my life.
It's also what busted her wrists getting "shot" on the set of Kill Bill to the point that she couldn't walk on her hands for months. During Xena, I think it was my first year, so I was still suffering from teenage invincibility complex, and I committed to doing a gag that in fact the stunt coordinator had said, "I don't think that's gonna work — we should change it," and I was like, "I can make it work! Then on Kill Bill, towards the very end, we were kind of pressured for time, and it was just a bunch of minute, basic steps — not a bunch, one or two basic steps that should always be part of what happens but were sort of skipped, and I ended up being fired way past the mat, and busted my wrists up, and that put me out for a good year. Having been able to walk on my hands since I was 8 or something, that was disturbing. ZB: I don't think it ever came in the form of a complete answer, like, "Oh, I'll be a chef! It's a lesson I have to keep reminding — it's nice to be asked about it, actually. That looks like it's very hard for him to maneuver with.
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She is a phenomenal actress too and her mind-blowing work in some TV shows and movies have won millions of hearts all over the world.
One show that she has been absolutely phenomenal has to be Angel of Death in which she has shown what she truly can do. She was born in the year 1978 on 17th of November and this makes her age 37 at this time.
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The Quentin Tarantino darling — her first acting role was in Tarantino's Death Proof in 2007, and since then she's appeared in three of his other films — is in the throes of a transition from stuntwoman to actress-who-can-do-that-stunt-herself-thank-you-very-much, and so she's hesitant to take roles where the acting takes a backseat to the stunt work. Yeah, so I think that was sort of the who am I if I can't walk on my hands again? Who am I was the big one, and I think that was sort of a big enough question that it eluded me for a while, and it spun me out.
She hesitated when she saw the script for Oblivion — her character didn't even have a name at that point. "And then I reminded myself that it was Tom Cruise and Morgan Freeman, and I was like, psh, even if it doesn't turn into anything," she said. My first couple of jobs back were all — I don't know, it shifted me, and it took me a while to appreciate that I'd been shifted.
For a woman who typically walks on her hands a lot, that can trigger an identity crisis. Initially sort of the concept was to have it be either a short film where my character would come in at the very end, sort of a cameo, or the first episode of a web series. I doubled two of the girls — the lead two blondies — in Germany, when we were doing Inglourious. I think the identity thing that I was telling you about, that suddenly — Oh wow, so awesome. As I'm saying it, I'm like, "Oh, that's right.