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Birth name: Kirsten Elisha Storms.
Born: April 8, 1984 Orlando, Florida, U.S.
Nickname: Carrot, K-Puppy, Kiki, Teeny.
Height: 5' 4" (1.63 m).
Kirsten Storms biography (bio):
Kirsten Elisha Storms 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 also on the ABC soap opera General Hospital and its prime-time spin-off General Hospital: Night Shift as Maxie Jones. In a interview she said that she is best friends with Julie Marie Berman who plays her arch-enemy Lulu Spencer on General Hospital. She is also good friends with actresses Alexis Thorpe, Farah Fath, Nadia Bjorlin, Heather Lindell, and Lindze Letherman.
At the age of five, Storms was discovered by a talent scout while performing in a showcase at an acting school for children. The talent scout convinced her parents into enrolling their child in an intensive children's program in New York.
After appearing in a handful of commercials, Storms' first television series job was a recurring role on ABC's Second Noah. After the series ended, storms moved to Lakewood, CA 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 and 2001, in which 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. She later reprised the role in two sequels. Storms 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 Kim Possible.
Days of Our Lives:
In 1999, Storms signed on to play Isabella "Belle" Black on the NBC daytime drama Days of our Lives. Kirsten amicably left the soap opera after five years to focus on a prime time career. Her final episode aired on July 16, 2004.
Clubhouse was Storms'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 produced by superstar producer Aaron Spelling (the man who helped launch such hits as Beverly Hills, 90210, 7th Heaven and Melrose Place). The series revolved around Pete Young (Jeremy Sumpter) and his dream of becoming a professional baseball player. Storms 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. Low ratings caused this to end.
Return to daytime:
Storms returned to familiar territory on May 23, 2005, becoming the third actress to portray Maria Maximiliana "Maxie" Jones on the popular ABC soap opera General Hospital.