AnnaSophia Robb has open up about the balancing between college and acting. since she has began her first semester at New York University.
“My education has always been really important to me, It’s something I get really excited about. I love going to class, reading articles. I know I can do that by myself, but there’s something special about a classroom. When you’re in school, you’re around a group of people and you manage to share similar interests….I just like being surrounded by a diverse community…And I fell in love with New York.”
Robb will also talk about her latest project, “Jack of the Red Hearts”
“I play a young woman who has just gotten out of foster care and is a bit of a con-artist and she winds up being the nanny for a young severely autistic child,” she said. “She develops a relationship with the young girl and the family and is finding herself and figuring out her responsibilities.”
Not just that, but AnnaSophia Robb also working on several charities, including the Make-A-Wish Foundation and TrueSpark.
“I want to help everybody, There are so many different issues. Where do I start? I feel like I need commit, but at the same time I realize I can’t be 100 percent into everything. So it’s nice to lend my support and my voice, which is what I try to do.”
“I never really considered myself a role model. I feel like that’s an arrogant thing to say,” she said. “But I definitely want to do my part. I feel like I have a lot of responsibility as a human being to respect the rights of others, encourage the growth of others and try to help people. I feel like that’s my duty as a human being…I also just like getting involved.”