Although she is just 16, actress Izabela Vidovic is already building an impressive CV in Hollywood.
Next month on 9 October 2017 in America the third season of the series Supergirl, starring the young actress with Croatian roots, starts on screens.
Izabela was born in Chicago to Croatian parents Mario and Elizabeta Vidović.
Her mother Elizabeta was born in Germany to Croats from Bosnia and Herzegovina and then moved to Chicago and then eventually to Los Angeles in 2002.
Izabela started her career at the age of 7 by performing in stage productions of Mary Poppins, Camp Rock, and Annie. After that, she moved onto film and television series in 2011.
She is best known for her roles in movies Homefront (Jason Statham), Wonder, which starred Owen Wilson and Julia Roberts, Little Brother (John Stamos) and in the Freeform television series The Fosters.
Izabela also appeared alongside her mother in the 2012 film ‘Find me’.
Her sister Katarina is also an actress and the family regularly visit Croatia, RTL writes.