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Isabella Fowler

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Young Artist Academy™ Awards
2020 Best Performance in a Short Film - Teen Actress - Nominated

Best Shorts Competition
2018 Award of Recognition Actress Supporting - Winner

Five Continents International Film Festival
2018 Short Film Team Performance Short Film - Winner

Mindfield Film Festival Albuquerque
2018 Diamond Award Best Supporting Actress - Winner

Young Entertainer Awards
2020 Best Guest Starring Young Actress 13 & Under - Television Series - Nominated
2019 Best Young Actress 10-11 - Short Film - Winner

Academy Activity

41st Young Artist Academy™ Awards 
Nomination Announcements
(Watch for Isabella at 5:13)

Story Time


41st Young Artist Academy™ Awards


Your Advantage & Awareness

Academy Newsletter Interview - November 2020

From Bossier City, Louisiana, 13-year old actress and Young Artist Academy™ Award Nominee Isabella Fowler has already portrayed some of the most iconic legends in art history.
The travel lover also knows how to keep busy during pandemic quarantine, and shares business advice to stay true to oneself

My favorite sport is Equestrian Horseback Riding. 
I love meeting new talented people who have the same interest as you and traveling to new places to film.
I love musical theater and have had 2 lead roles in my hometown theater production. Alex the Lion in Madagascar, Jr. and I played The Cat In The Hat in Seussical the Musical. I got to play a young CoCo Chanel in Famous Little Girls on Amazon Prime.  I won 5 film awards for best supporting actress for my role, yet it was challenging playing an actual person.  Just Roll With It on Disney Channel was momentous for me because since I was 6-years old, I told my mom I was going to be on the Disney Channel.
I like to stay inspired by watching different series and movies of all genres and also write songs and scripts.  Great actors and actresses can make the role so realistic and make you feel like you are right there with them!
Networking Tip: Always be yourself, be early and be respectful to everyone.
Business Advice: Don’t give them what you think they want, give them what you think the role should be.
Quarantine Trick: I’ve been taking weekly acting classes via zoom, working on my writing and staying healthy by keeping active

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