5' 6" (1.68 m)
Born Isabella, "Bella" Heathcote is an actress from Australia. Her first roles include playing "Amanda Fowler" on the Australian television soap opera, Neighbours (1985), for which she is best known. She was a recipient of a Heath Ledger Scholarship in May 2010. Tim Burton cast Heathcote as "Victoria Winters" in his film adaptation of Dark Shadows (2012) in February 2011, which will be out in 2012.
Former Australia National Theatre Drama School student (2008) and winner of the 2010 Heath Ledger Award.
She auditioned for the title role in Carrie (2013). The part eventually went to Chloe Grace Moretz.
All my stuff is men's fashion. It's always oversized shirts, boyfriend blazers and trousers.
I collect skulls; I think that a beautiful skull is a really good gift for a guy.
You know, he's a bit of a rock star, but I think he's consciously learnt how to make people feel comfortable around him. Because otherwise, how could anyone act opposite him? The whole time you'd be thinking, 'My god, it's Johnny Depp!'
I have a bit of a lava lamp fetish. They are kind of hideous, but there is something so therapeutic about them.
I think for me, home needs to be a sanctuary. I need to feel like I've escaped the day when I get home.
I'd say the majority of my friends are Australians, although I have some good American friends, but I think with Aussies, we just get it. We don't take each other too seriously, which is a relief.
I think there is something about L.A., fortunately: once you get one role people think, 'Oh well, someone employed her, so maybe we can.' I mean, that's my idea of it, anyway. 'She can put one foot in front of the other and say a line.'
I like giving music-themed gifts. I've given a couple of music documentaries to boys. Especially if they don't have the same taste as me, I try to infiltrate their mind with my favourite bands.
I did dancing and singing when I was little, and then when I was 12 years old my friends were taking speech and drama at school. They were private lessons, and I started doing that. Over the years everyone else dropped out and I just kept going. I loved it.
I was a huge nerd in high school. Sure, I socialized - but I was definitely a nerd.
All on-set kisses are weird, no matter who it is, especially with people standing around coughing and sneezing. It's very uncomfortable!