Mischa Barton is one of the celebrity contestants in Season 22 of ABC's ballroom competition series "Dancing with the Stars." She is partnered with professional dancer Artem Chigvintsev. She previously starred as Sonja Stone, a model who is desperately trying to regain her spot at the top of the fashion world, in The CW's drama "The Beautiful Life: TBL."

Born in London and raised in New York, Mischa Barton shot to fame as Marissa Cooper on FOX's "The O.C.," but started from humble beginnings in New York's theater world, where she trained with such esteemed director/writers as James Lapine ("Twelve Dreams" at Lincoln Center with Donna Murphy), Tony Kushner ("Slavs!" at New York Theater Workshop with Marissa Tomei), and Naomi Wallace ("One Flea Spare" at the Public Theatre with Dianne Weist). Among her other varied stage credits are "Where the Truth Lies" and "One Flea Spare," both of which were presented at the New York Shakespeare Festival.

Mischa Barton made her feature film debut in 1998 with the critically lauded Sundance favorite "Lawn Dogs," opposite Sam Rockwell. Barton followed this with "Pups," a modern-day version of "Bonnie and Clyde," for filmmaker Ash ("Bang"). Barton then added key roles in the 1999 blockbusters "The Sixth Sense," with Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment, and "Notting Hill," with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant.

Barton subsequently completed work on "Lost and Delirious," opposite Piper Perabo, and "Julie Johnson," with Courtney Love and Lili Taylor, both of which premiered at Sundance. Barton can also be seen in "Skipped Parts," with Jennifer Jason Leigh and Drew Barrymore; "Tart," with Melanie Griffith and Dominique Swain; and "Paranoid," with Jessica Alba.

Barton recently appeared opposite Shirley Maclaine and Christopher Plummer in Sir Richard Attenborough's "Closing the Ring," and with Hayden Christiansen in the Dino De Laurentis film "Virgin Territory." Barton has also filmed "Assassination of a High School President" and the historical drama "Bhopal: A Prayer For Rain," with Martin Sheen and Kal Penn.

Barton was featured for three seasons on the daytime drama "All My Children." She also portrayed the title role of Frankie alongside Joan Plowright in the Showtime film "Frankie and Hazel." Barton shot on location in Australia for the telefilm "A Ring of Endless Light" and immediately followed with an eight-episode arc on "Once and Again."

Established as one of the most sought-after young actresses of her generation, Barton was named Entertainment Weekly's "It Girl," Hollywood Life's "Breakthrough Actress of the Year," Glamour's "Next Big Thing," and was awarded multiple Teen Choice Awards for her work on "The O.C." She also won Cosmopolitan's Fun Fearless Female Award for "Knockout Ingenue" and Glamour's "Women of the Year Award." Barton has been ranked, for the last three years, as one of People Magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People."

Even at such an early age, Barton has also made a major impression in the fashion and beauty world. She has already graced the covers of countless international magazines and has become the face of numerous advertising campaigns. Neutrogena signed Mischa Barton for their 2003 campaign, and Keds signed her for their 2004-2005 campaign.

Barton is currently the spokesperson for Climate Star, an organization that fights Global Warming through social and legislative activism. She also serves as an Entertainment Industry Foundation Ambassador, teaming up with QVC to spread awareness and raise funds for women's cancer research through the Fashion Footwear Association of New York Shoes on Sale Initiative. She has also become an ambassador for Save the Children.

A longtime Manhattan resident, Barton enjoys family life with her parents and two sisters.


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Age: 31 years old
Birthday: January 24, 1986
Height: 5' 9"
Full Name / Real Name: Mischa Anne Marsden Barton
Birthplace: London, England, UK

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