Christa Beth Campbell has been acting since she was 4 years old enjoying success in film, TV, and on stage--her breakout role was playing Owen Wilson and Jenna Fischer’s daughter in Hall Pass. She is best known for playing the lead in the critically acclaimed The Hideout; a film that she won Best Actress for at The Broad Street Film Festival. She earned an Emmy for her work on "Love That Book"--a children's show that features author Carmen Deedy. Most recently you can catch Christa on the 250th episode of "Criminal Minds" as Josie Zumwalt. She was honored to get to work with Shemar Moore before he left the show and also to be directed by Joe Mantegna who starred in and directed the episode.
Christa recently attended the screening of the comedy feature film: Cecil where she is the co-lead starring alongside Jenna von Oy and Jason London. She's enjoyed various roles on TV working with some of the best in the business including Charlie Kaufman. She had a guest spot on NBC's "Constantine" and also enjoyed working with Amy Poehler and Tina Fey in the comedy Sisters as the younger version of Amy Poehler. She also does commercial work and most recently enjoyed working with renowned actress, Patricia Belcher, on the Hefty Boxtops shoot.
Christa is no stranger to the stage as she has played the title role of James in James and the Giant Peach an Equity show at the Alliance Theater and Young Cosette in Les Miserables as well as Simone in Madeline's Christmas. When Christa is not busy acting, she spends time playing her Ukulele, taking trapeze classes and spending time her friends and her dog Pluto. She is thrilled to play Gerti in Framed: The Adventures of Zion Man and feels honored to help tell the story of Walter Kahn. Check her out at www.christabethcampbell.com