|Born||San Antonio, Texas, United States|
|Occupation(s)||Singer, songwriter, model|
|Labels||La Rose Noire/QQ5|
In September 2011, she released a debut solo album This Train, which was co-written and produced by David Lynch. "This Train" was released independently through La Rose Noire records. The album was officially re-released throughout Europe with additional bonus material on Jan 31, 2014, through the German-based label, QQ5. Lynch has called her his "muse"; she practices Transcendental Meditation.
Bell is also an actress. She appeared in the Chinese film Once Upon a Time in China and America (which she was credited under her birth name, Chrysta Bell Zucht), the television series Switched!, and a commercial for the Ford Motor Company.
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