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Name: Kirsten Elisha Storms
Birth Date: April 8, 1984
Birth Place: Orlando, Florida, USA
Storms (born April 8, 1984 in Orlando, Florida)
is an American actress best known for her role
as Isabella "Belle" Black in the NBC
soap opera Days of our Lives from 1999 to 2004.
Kirsten currently stars on the ABC soap opera
General Hospital as Maxie Jones.
At the age of five, Kirsten was discovered by
a talent scout while performing in a showcase
at an acting school for children. The talent
scout convinced Kirsten's parents into enrolling
their child in an intensive children's program
in New York. This proved itself to be a good
decision, as Kirsten soon caught the eye of
major casting directors.
After appearing in a handful of commercials,
Kirsten's first television series job was a
recurring role on ABC's Second Noah. After the
series ended, Kristen moved to Hollywood with
her family. Soon after that, Kirsten landed
the role of Laura Cummings on The WB's long-running
program 7th Heaven. She appeared in three episodes
between 1998-2001 where she played a girlfriend
of Simon (played by David Gallagher). She was
later chosen to play the title character in
the Disney Channel's original movie Zenon: Girl
of the 21st Century. The movie had the largest
rating for any Disney Channel original movie
at the time. Kirsten later reprised the role
in two sequels. Kirsten continued to appear
in a string of family shows and TV movies, including
the Disney syndicated series Sing Me A Story
With Belle and The Trojan Horse, a Hallmark
production. She also took a supporting role
in Disney's Johnny Tsunami and voiced Bonnie
Rockwaller in the Disney Channel animated series
In 1999, Kirsten signed on to play Isabella
'Belle' Black on the NBC daytime drama Days
of our Lives. Belle was the precious daughter
of John Black and Marlena Evans (Drake Hogestyn
and Deidre Hall). In order to add Kirsten to
the cast, the character had been rapidly aged
into a teenager. Upon seeing her grown up daughter,
Marlena asked, "Is it me, or has she grown?"
This was added by the writers as a joke to defuse
any negative reaction from the fans.
Initially, Belle was supposed to be a bad-girl.
Taking after her sister Sami who had a reputation
on the show as a troubled teenager. Writers
even toyed with the idea by making her chase
after the much older Brandon Walker (Matt Cedeno).
The storyline was later dropped, and Belle became
more of a typical teenager. She became friends
with Mimi Lockhart (played by Farah Fath) and
Chloe Lane (Nadia Bjorlin). The writers also
began taking focus on the budding relationship
between Belle and Shawn-Douglas Brady (Jason
Cook). The two quickly gained status and they
became a fan-favorite.
Kirsten amicably left the soap opera after five
years to focus on a prime time career. Her final
episode was aired on July 16, 2004. Despite
well-wishing on both sides, rumors still persisted
that Kirsten left as a result of a falling-out
between her and executive producer, Ken Corday.
Kirsten has been succeeded briefly by Charity
Rahmer, and later by Martha Madison who currently
holds the role.
Clubhouse was Kirsten's first acting job as
a regular cast member on a prime time television
show. The show aired on CBS and was created
by Daniel Cerone and was produced by superstar
producer Aaron Spelling (the man who helped
launch such hits as Beverly Hills 90210 and
Melrose Place). The series revolved around Pete
Young (Jeremy Sumpter) and his dream of becoming
a professional baseball player. Kirsten played
Pete's sister, Betsy. Betsy was a rebellious
teenager often finding herself in trouble over
such issues as sex, drugs, and alcohol. The
role was noted as an obvious departure from
her Days character, Belle, who was generally
good-natured. Due to dismal ratings and high-production
costs, the program was canceled not soon after
the first season wrapped.
Kirsten returned to familiar territory on May
23, 2005. She became the third actress to portray
Mariah Maximiliana "Maxie" Jones on
the popular ABC soap opera General Hospital.
Kristen has gained critical-acclaim for her
performance as the Port Charles resident. Not
everyone was pleased; some long-time fans were
put-off by Kirsten. This factor is largely due
to the fact that her predecessor (Robyn Richards)
held the role for over ten years. Maxie was
formerly involved in a storyline with Jesse
Beaudry, a love interest.
The 25-year-old Brazilian model boasts three
significant long-term contracts--Victoria's
Secret, Maybelline and Telecom Italia Mobile,
Italy's mega-cellphone carrier. The former girlfriend
of rocker Lenny Kravitz is now reportedly dating
Prince Wence of Lichtenstein, heir to a royal
fortune Forbes estimates at $4 billion.
- Band of Gold (2006) TV Episode ....
- "Kim Possible"
... aka Disney's Kim Possible (USA:
- "General Hospital"
.... Maria Maximilliana "Maxie"
- Kim Possible: So the Drama
(2005) (TV) (voice) .... Bonnie
- "CSI: Miami"
- Cop Killer (2005) TV Episode ....
(2004) TV Series .... Betsy Young
- Zenon: Z3 (2004) (TV)
.... Zenon Kar
- Kim Possible: A Sitch
in Time (2003) (TV) (voice) .... Bonnie
- "That's So Raven"
... aka That's So Raven! (USA: promotional
- "Days of Our Lives"
.... Isabella 'Belle' Black #5 (1999-2004)
- "7th Heaven"
... aka 7th Heaven: Beginnings (USA:
- Zenon: The Zequel (2001)
(TV) .... Zenon Kar
- "Movie Stars"
- Like Father, Like Son (1999) TV Episode
.... Mandy Silverman
- Johnny Tsunami (1999)
(TV) .... Emily
- The Rockford Files: If
It Bleeds... It Leads (1999) (TV) (uncredited)
.... Raped Girl
- Love Letters (1999) (TV)
.... Teenaged Melissa
- Zenon: Girl of the 21st
Century (1999) (TV) .... Zenon Kar
- Belle's Tales of Friendship
- "Sing Me a Story
with Belle" (1999) TV Series
- "Any Day Now"
- It's Called Depression (1998) TV Episode
- "You Wish"
- All in the Family Room (1998) TV Episode
- Crayola Kids Adventures:
The Trojan Horse (1997) (V) .... Venus
- The Cape (1996) (TV) ....
- "Second Noah"
- A Dog's Life (1996) TV Episode ....