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Jodelle Ferland

Jodelle Ferland
Pictures of Hollis Woods

Pictures of Hollis Woods (2007)


Role: Hollis Woods
Screen Time: 95%
Age: 12 years old
The Messengers

The Messengers (2007)


Role: Michael
Screen Time: 8%
Age: 12 years old
Amber's Story

Amber's Story (2006)


Role: Nichole Taylor Timmons
Screen Time: 25%
Age: 11 years old
Silent Hill

Silent Hill (2006)


Role: Sharon DaSilva/Alessa Gillespie
Screen Time: 30%
Age: 11 years old
Tideland

Tideland (2005)


Role: Jeliza-Rose
Screen Time: 100%
Age: 10 years old

 

Jodelle Ferland

Rating: 9.44 (9 votes)
Birth: 10/9/1994
Current Age: 22 years old


IMDb
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0272706
Offical Site
http://www.jodelle-ferland.net/
Fansite Site
http://beautifuljodelle.com

Jodelle Ferland Biography

At the tender age of 10, Jodelle Micah Ferland has built up an impressive resume filled with roles in film, television, radio, voice work, and commercials.

Born on October 9, 1994, in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada, she got her television start in an episode of CTV's "Cold Squad" (1998). It wasn't long before she landed a lead role in her first film, Mermaid (1999), at the age of four. Her portrayal of the heartbroken "Desi" earned her a Daytime Emmy Award nomination, making her the youngest nominee in history. That performance also earned her a Young Artist Award of Hollywood.

Since then, she has appeared in almost 30 more films and series, including: Dean Koontz's "Sole Survivor" (1999), Special Delivery (2000), Deadly Little Secrets (2000), Trapped (2001), Miracle of The Cards (2001), The Christmas Child (2002), Mob Princess (2002), They (2002), and Carrie (2002), and has made guest appearances on Dark Angel (2000), Smallville (2001), and "The Collector" (2004). She can also be seen starring in Stephen King's "Kingdom Hospital" (2004), playing a tortured young girl who haunts the hospital's halls.

In 2004, she landed the lead role of Jeliza-Rose in Terry Gilliam's Tideland (2005), a film about a disturbed young girl who finds solace in her own imagination after the death of her mother. Jodelle is currently finished working on Christophe Gan's "Silent Hill". When not performing, Jodelle spends her time with family and loves to hang out with her friends.