The actress who played Elsa in the Disney animated film Frozen has made a few interesting projects, including an educational television show, and a comic book.
Here’s a look at some of her work.
In January 2016, the 29-year-old star, who has yet to comment on her Disney project, launched her own online series on YouTube called The Snowflake Girl.
As a young child, she was raised by a single mom who taught her to read and write.
She was raised in Brooklyn, New York, by a father who worked in the movie industry.
She also has an older brother.
“I grew up reading a lot of books,” she told the New York Times.
“I was always learning things about how books were made and how the books were read.
I started learning how to write in high school.
And then I went to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and I was reading a bunch of science fiction and fantasy books.”
She said she started writing comics in high-school, and started to learn how to draw and animate her own characters in her free time.
But she said the Disney projects she’s been working on have been a bit of a challenge.
“[The comic books] have been hard to animate,” she said.
“They’re a lot more difficult to animate than they are to read.
So I kind of just decided, ‘Okay, if I’m not going to do any of those, I might as well make my own comics.’
And I started working on them, and then I thought, ‘Well, I’m doing my own comic book.'”
She’s still working on the project, but the first issue is set to come out this fall.
Disney said the project is based on her character and is about “the life of a young girl who must deal with her family’s struggles and find her identity in the world.”