Angela Webber Bio
Name: Angela Webber
Special Ability: None
About Them: Angela Weber is a classmate of Bella Swan who is described as being a tall, shy, quiet, and very kind and considerate girl. Edward with his ability to read minds see that Angela is one of the few of Bella’s newly acquired “friends” that is not planning on using Bella’s new girl appeal to their own popularity advantage. She has light brown hair and soft brown eyes. She respects the space of others, a characteristic that is very much appreciated by Bella, and has a very gentle disposition. She is a good listener and offers unbiased advice due to her nature of truly caring for others. Angela plays a minor role in Twilight, but becomes very good friends with Bella during the events of Eclipse. She has a strong relationship with her boyfriend, Ben Cheney. She is a safe haven for Bella to run to when she needs some girl time without the overwhelming curiosity that comes from the other girls. At Edward and Bella’s wedding Angela catches Bella’s bouquet.
Their Early History: Due to being human, there is no past for Angela Webber. Only the future lies ahead of her.
Name: Christian Bernardi/Serratos
Nick Name(s): None
Date of Birth: September 21th 1990
Height: 5’ 7”
Hair: Dark Brunette
Eye Color: Brown
Fun Fact: Christian would love to work with the actor, Johnny Depp.
Hometown(s): Pasadena & Los Angeles California
Career: Christian Serratos started off modeling at the age of seven. At the age of ten, Christian became the model for a mannequin used in the Children’s Department at the store, Old Navy. Her career as an actress began when she was a model for the Ford Modeling Agency, but found through the company’s theatrical acting division that she preferred acting over modeling. Christian landed the role of Jillian Marshall in Mrs. Marshall to start off her debut as an actress. She then went on to play Suzie Crabgrass on Nickelodeon’s Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide and then Heather Perez in Cow Belles. Her other credits include 7th Heaven, Hannah Montana and Zoey 101. She recently starred in the motion picture hit, Twilight, as Angela Webber. Christian’s next appearance is scheduled to be New Moon, the sequel to Twilight, due out late 2009.
About Them: Christian Bernardi was born in Pasadena, California and raised in the Valley in Los Angeles. Christian now goes by Serratos instead of Bernardi. She is of Italian, Mexican and Irish descent. She began figure skating when she was three and continued competitively for ten years. She says: “my coaches were talking about the Olympics and it was really crazy. Now, I just do it for fun.” Christian also sings and writes her own music. She describes it as “Evanescence, Fly Leaf, Bright Eyes and Fiona Apple.” Christian is a fan of Jayne Mansfield. Christian began modeling at the young age of seven, but then moved on to commercial acting at eight years old. Her first commercial was for Ford Models. Christian is an animals lover and she has several poodles-the poodles, named Johnny Cash and Gigi, had four puppy’s named Polar, Gibson, Uffie, and Gorrilla (but, they gave Polar and Gibson to good homes so only Uffie and Gorrilla stayed with Johnny Cash and Gigi) Christian loves to watch movies with her friends and her favorite movies are Tristan + Isolde, A Little Princess, Practical Magic, and The House of Yes. Christian’s favorite musical acts are Queen, 4 Non Blondes/Linda Perry, Fiona Apple, Christina Aguilara, Regina Spektor, and Roisin Murphy. Christian’s mom started off in acting and Christian wanted to follow in her footsteps. Christian also does Hip Hop, Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Skateboarding, Singing, Tai Kwon Do, Hapkido, Horse-Back Riding, Swimming, Soccer, Volleyball, Baseball, Piano and Comedy.
Quick Quote: (on if there were there any memorable/funny moments on the set of Twilight) “As far as memorable, the day at the beach was one of those unforgettable days. It was fiercely cold and windy. We were in rain mostly and yet it was so pretty there. The ride there looked like a painting with the mossy trees that looked like they didn’t end. It was a long drive curvy and all. It was well worth it.”