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Arnold at the 2010 Gemini Awards
July 27, 1989 |
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Charlotte Arnold (born July 27, 1989) is a Canadian film actress and television actress best known as the character of Holly J. Sinclair in Degrassi: The Next Generation and Sadie Hawthorne in the Canadian TV series Naturally, Sadie.
Her first acting role was Kate O’Neil in the made for TV movie Giant Mine. Then after a few minor roles, she had a role in the movie Custody of the Heart for which she was nominated for the 2001 Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy or Drama) for a Young Actress Age Ten or Under.
In 2001, she lent her voice to the television series Committed.
|1996||Giant Mine||Kate O'Neil||TV movie|
|1997||Earth: Final Conflict||Little Girl||Episode: "Decision"|
|1999||Real Kids, Real Adventures||Holli||Episode: "Amy to the Rescue: The Amy Toole Story"|
|2000||Custody of the Heart||Kiki Raphael||TV movie|
|2000||Harlan County War||Lucinda Kincaid||TV movie|
|2000||One Kill||Callie O'Malley||TV movie|
|2000||Range of Motion||Sarah Berman||TV movie|
|2001||Jewel||Annie Hillburn (age 7-11)||TV movie|
|2001||Committed||Zelda Larsen (voice)||TV series|
|2001||The Safety of Objects||Sally Christianson|
|2002||Time of the Wolf||Paige McGuire|
|2004||Zixx Level One||Sarah Mills||Episode: "Four's a Crowd"
Episode: "Revenge Is Sweet"
|2005–2007||Naturally, Sadie||Sadie Hawthorne||Lead Role|
|2007||They Come Back||Megan Belleflower||TV movie|
|2007–2012||Degrassi: The Next Generation||Holly J. Sinclair||Lead Role (136 episodes)|
|2009||Degrassi Goes Hollywood||Holly J. Sinclair||TV movie|
|2010||Degrassi Takes Manhattan||Holly J. Sinclair||TV movie|
|2011||Her Eyes ||Charlotte||Short film|
|2015||Beauty & the Beast ||Marissa||Season 3-|
- 2001 - Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy or Drama): Young Actress Age Ten or Under for Custody of the Heart (Nominated)
- "Degrassi Gets Schooled". The Eyeopener Online. November 4, 2008. Retrieved February 7, 2009.[dead link]
- "2010 Gemini Awards Presented in Drama, Children's and Youth, Comedy, and Variety Categories". Gemini Awards. 3 November 2010. Retrieved 5 November 2010.