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|Born||Shelbie Carole Bruce
November 12, 1992
Brownsville, Texas, U.S.
Shelbie Carole Bruce (born November 12, 1992) is an American actress fluent in both English and Spanish who had a lead role in the film, Spanglish.
She was born in Brownsville, Texas, was home schooled, and trained as a child model, but later moved to California where she pursued her acting career. She has also guest-starred on shows like ER, Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, and Romeo! She got her big break when she starred in the James L. Brooks film Spanglish in which she played the bilingual daughter of a housemaid who speaks only Spanish. She signed a deal with Claire's Boutique to have her own jewelry line, which launched on September 8, 2006. She was featured in an issue of Miss Quince Magazine which is about planning quinceañeras.
Shelbie is part Spanish and Mexican on her mother's side, and part Scottish and Native American on her father's side. She considers herself to be Mexican American. She is a Roman Catholic and says that the two most important things in her life are her family and Jesus Christ.
|2002||Providence||Young Sid||Episode: "The Sound of Music"|
|2004||Mystery of Natalie Wood, TheThe Mystery of Natalie Wood||Natasha age 11 (voice)||TV movie|
|2004||ER||Brandi||Episode: "White Guy, Dark Hair"|
|2005||Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide||Patty||Episode: "Your Body & Procrastination"|
|2006||Romeo!||Stacy-Marie||Episode: "The Mrs. Landers Incident"|
|2008||Little Miss CEO Pilot||Nina Beck||TV movie|
|2008||Moonlight||Nicole||Episode: "Love Lasts Forever"|
|2008||Just Jordan||Page Parker||Episode: "Cool Guys Don't Wear Periwinkle"|
|2008||El Tux||Suzy Lopez|
|2008||Lincoln Heights||Trina||Episode: "The New Wild Ones"|
|2010||Cougar Town||Glee Club Member #2||Episode: "Breakdown"|
- Bruce, Shelbie. "faqs". ShelbieBruce.com. Retrieved 2010-08-02.
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