She had a blood-alcohol level of 0.19, more than twice the legal limit in California. Anneliese also had a supporting role in Bratz: The Movie as Avery, a mean popular girl and best friend to the main antagonist. She was sentenced in 2007 and was ordered to go on probation for 36 months, as well as pay fines and assessments, and attend an alcohol education program.  On April 24, Van der Pol announced that she would not be continuing with the production, due to artistic differences between herself and the play's director. She even performed a solo in one episode, "Alone in the Hallways." In 1999, Van der Pol played Sandy Dumbrowsky in the Huntington Beach Playhouse revival of Grease, which earned her a Bobbi Award for "Best Actress in a Musical. Van der Pol was the musical's 17th (and final) Belle. She made her Broadway debut in 2007, and appeared Off-Broadway in 2009. Van der Pol also appeared on the Disney Channel Games as a member of the Red Team; her teammates were Zac Efron, Kay Panabaker, Dylan Sprouse, Shin Koyamada, and Moises Arias. Set for La Jolla Playhouse's A Dram of Drummhicit", "Barrett Foa, Tracie Thoms, Anneliese van der Pol et al. , She played the lead role in the Arizona Theatre Company's production of Paul Gordon's new musical, Emma, which ran from December 1, 2012 to January 20, 2013.  Prior to Beauty's final show, van der Pol appeared on Live with Regis and Kelly for a small interview discussing her Broadway debut and experiences with the show. , Van der Pol had been cast as "Fiona MacLeod" in Arthur Kopit and Anton Dudley's "A Dram of Drummhicit", a Scottish play presented by La Jolla Playhouse. She also discussed the origins of her name, and performed Beauty 's "A Change in Me.  Her performance earned her both an Austin Critics Table Award nomination for "Best Actress in a Musical" and a B. Iden Payne Nomination for "Best Featured Actress in a Musical". Anneliese Louise van der Pol is a Dutch-American actress and singer. She also played Heather in a guest starring role on Kim Possible in the episode "And the Mole-Rat Will Be CGI.". During her run as Belle, Van der Pol also performed at Bryant Park's Broadway in Bryant Park on July 12, 2007 along Beauty and the Beast co-stars Chris Hoch and Jeanne Lehmann, performing songs from the show. Cast in For The Record: John Hughes (Holiday Road)", "LA's Rockwell: Table & Stage Concert Series Releases First Album, "Anneliese van der Pol to Lead New Musical JANE AUSTEN'S EMMA at Arizona Theatre Company". Anneliese Louise van der Pol (born 23 September 1984) is a Dutch-American actress and singer. The episode, "Reunion It Up!"  The album was later released with Sh-k-Boom Records on December 15, 2009. The show featured songs and scenes from the films of Quentin Tarantino, including Pulp Fiction and Inglourious Basterds, and ran from September 29 to November 12.  Van der Pol continued to be part of the 'For the Record' series throughout 2012 with For the Record: John Hughes, For the Record: Baz Luhrmann and again in For the Record: Tarantino in Concert. to Perform For the Record: Tarantino in Concert", "For the Record: John Hughes, Featuring Anneliese van der Pol, Barrett Foa and More, Begins Nov. 17", "Barrett Foa, James Snyder, Anneliese van der Pol et al. The episode premiered on December 1, 2009 on YouTube, where the web-series ran for two seasons. She has also acted in the 2010 vampire spoof film Vampires Suck directed by Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer. She attended Bellflower Middle School and High School, then transferred and subsequently graduated from the acclaimed Orange County High School of the Arts in Santa Ana, California.  Van der Pol appeared in a twelve part Jewish miniseries revival of Shalom Sesame (the Jewish version of Sesame Street). The pictorial was shot by David Nguyen and paid tribute to Pretty Woman, Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, 10 Things I Hate About You, The Princess Diaries, and Legally Blonde. Van der Pol was joined by Robert Cuccioli, Rachel Bay Jones, Jennifer Hope Wills, Trevor McQueen, and Kimberly Faye Greenberg. In late 2001, she was cast as Chelsea Daniels, the best friend of the title character on the Disney Channel's That's So Raven, a role which she portrayed from 2001 until 2008.  The Scottish play started previews May 17, 2011 in San Diego. " She played Eva Perón in the Buena Park Civic Theatre production of Evita in 1999 and received positive reviews from the Los Angeles Times.  Van der Pol returned to television as a guest star in NBC's television series, Friends with Benefits.  She returned to the Arizona Theatre Company in Stephen Wrentmore's production of The Importance of Being Earnest as Gwendolyn Fairfax. Since the ending of “That’s So Raven,” Van der Pol has appeared in several plays around the US, including “Meet Me in St. Louis,” Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Earnest,” and Jane Austen’s “Emma.” Van der Pol plays the role of Jennifer, Becca's new best friend. , Van der Pol appeared in an industry reading for the highly anticipated Ghostlight, A New Musical, as the central role of Olive Thomas, in New York. Van der Pol was born in Naaldwijk, Netherlands, to Willem van der Pol, who is Dutch and the director of the Physical Plant at the California State University in Fullerton, California, and Dyan Ross, an American from Brooklyn, New York. Van der Pol also has a career as a singer and has recorded several songs for The Walt Disney Company.  She went on to record the production's first cast recording, For the Record: Tarantino which was released through LML Music on November 13, 2012. -Anneliese van der Pol, East Valley Tribune, 2018. "Arizona Theatre Company opens season with Wilde's "Importance of Being Earnest.  Van der Pol has two older sisters, Rachel and Sarah. , From April to May 2012, she starred as Marian Almond in the Pasadena Playhouse production of The Heiress. Van der Pol also returned to the Disney Channel in a guest starring role on Shake It Up, as Ronnie, a former dancer of Shake It Up Chicago! In February 2007, it was announced that Van der Pol would be making her Broadway debut as Belle, in Beauty and the Beast. Van der Pol has been associated with several other Disney music projects, including the Elton John song "Circle of Life" for a special edition of The Lion King DVD, "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes" for the Cinderella: Special Edition DVD, and "Candle on the Water" from Pete's Dragon on DisneyMania 4. , In September 2011, Van der Pol was cast to perform in For the Record: Tarantino in Concert, conceived and directed by Shane Scheel and Christopher Lloyd Bratten. Following her early career in musical theatre, she is best known for her role as Chelsea Daniels on That's So Raven, a role she reprises on its sequel Raven's Home. , On November 14, 2016, it was reported that Van der Pol would reprise her role as Chelsea Daniels for the second That's So Raven spin-off series Raven's Home, which premiered on July 21, 2017.  She also participated in a fashion pictorial tribute to teen films for Zooey Magazine.  The show then made its New York City debut Off-Broadway at the Second Stage Theatre on July 2, 2009 in previews, and officially opened on July 16, 2009. , Van der Pol starred in Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer's spoof film, Vampires Suck, based on the Twilight series. Just as the first season of "That's So Raven" began, she went back to Austin Musical Theatre to perform in "Celebrate: AMT," a performance highlighting all the shows the company had done up to then.  Originally, the musical was scheduled to begin performances on Broadway February 2, 2009 at the Lyceum Theatre with an official opening on February 26, 2009 but the show's Broadway run was postponed due to the economic turmoil in the US and to focus on the future of the musical. for A DRAM OF DRUMMHICIT", "Alan Mandell, Kathryn Meisle, Anneliese van der Pol, et al. , Van der Pol appeared in the thriller film, Cats Dancing on Jupiter, alongside Amanda Righetti and Jonathan Bennett.  In December 2009, Van der Pol made a guest appearance on The Battery's Down, as Rhonda Busby Smith. Van der Pol also has a career as a singer and has recorded several songs for The Walt Disney Company. Performances continued through August 9, 2009. Van der Pol's mother named her after Anne Frank after visiting the house where Frank hid (van der Pol's mother is Jewish). The series premiered during the Hanukkah holiday in December 2010. Anneliese van der Pol (Named after Anne Frank) Chelsea on “That’s So Raven” & “Raven's Home” & Broadways finale Belle! The show ran in Tucson from September 14, 2013 through October 5, 2013 and in Phoenix from October 10, 2013 through October 27, 2013. Van der Pol's family moved to the United States when she was three years old, and she retains dual American and Dutch citizenship. She made her Broadway debut in 2007, and appeared Off-Broadway in …  She played the role from April 3, 2007 to July 29, 2007 as the show reached its 5,464th (and final) performance.  She originated the role of Kathy during the musical's Broadway previews in Pasadena, California from August 22, 2008 to September 28, 2008. In 2004, she recorded the song "Over It" for the Disney Channel Original Movie Stuck in the Suburbs which became the soundtrack's lead single. Van der Pol subsequently starred as "Laurey" in an Austin, Texas, musical theatre production of Oklahoma! Van der Pol attended School in Bellflower, California where she began acting in third grade at Washington Elementary School. Following her early career in musical theatre, she is best known for her role as Chelsea Daniels on That's So Raven, a role she reprises on its sequel Raven's Home. See performances from two of the stars, "Chelsea's Back! 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