Isabelle Fuhrman was born 25 February 1997, Washington, District of Columbia, USA. She played Grace O'Neil in the pilot episode of the 2006 television series Justice, and as 'Gretchen Dennis' in the Ghost Whisperer episode Pieces of You. Isabelle also appeared in a number of national commercials like Pizza Hut and K-Mart. Fuhrman also appeared on the Jay Leno Show and has provided character voices for a number of TV programs and films.
Her other film credits include "Grasshopper" in the 2007 film Hounddog alongside Dakota Fanning. She then played Esther in the 2009 film Orphan alongside Peter Sarsgaard and Vera Farmiga. She supplied some voice work in the 2009 television project "Children of the Corn" and was the voice of "Hatchling Shelly" in the 2009 feature film "Sammy's Adventures: The Secret Passage." Isabelle also starred in Salvation Boulevard (2011), The Hunger Games (2012), and The Between (2013), After Earth (2013) with Jaden Smith, "All the Wilderness" (2014), "Dear Eleanor" (2014) and Cell.
Isabelle went on to play Bea for the feature "1 Night" (2016) and Danni Frost in "Hellbent" (2016), she will also be seen in Shoplifters of the World (2017), Down a Dark Hall (2017) and the short film "Ink" in the title role.
Other TV roles include the TV movie Pleading Guilty (2010) and supplied some voice work for "The Cleveland Show," she also played "Lyric Byrne" in an episode of "The Whole Truth" and did voice work for an episode of Adventure Time (2013). She also played Tessa Johnson on the series Masters of Sex (2015-16).
She plays guitar and is an excellent singer and was considered for the role of Lucy in Case 39, but the role went to Jodelle Ferland. Isabelle Loves animals, had a dog named Lilly and a hamster named Lola that she carries around everywhere. She took her hamster to the Sundance Film Festival in 2007 for the premiere of her film, Hounddog (2007).