Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, Bella Heathcote’s film project started in the early 1920s, but focused only on Australian cinema, appearing in the critically acclaimed film “Acolytes” (2008) and appearing in a small part of the soap opera. opera “Neighbors” (1985-). The American escape from him was that of Tim Burton, as the cast of celebrities alongside Johnny Depp and Michelle Pfeiffer in the acclaimed adaptation of “Dark Shadows” (2012). Heathcote has appeared in several Hollywood movies over the next several years, including his work alongside his work on “Darkness” as featured in “Pride and Prejudice against Zombies” (2016) and “The Neon” Demon “(2016) along with others. traditional films such as Hugh Grant’s romance film “The Rewrite” (2014). After Heathcote appeared on various shows of “The Man in the Big Tower” (Amazon 2015-), Heathcote took on two popular roles in 2017 as the film romantic and “Fifty Shades Darker” (2017) and one of the women creators of Wonder Woman. biopic “Professor Marston in Women Thinking” (2017). In 2018, she played Susan Parsons in “Different Angels” (CBS All Access 2018-).