Livvy Stubenrauch of Harrison was voice of young Anna.
The movie "Frozen" is up for two Oscar awards Sunday, the film where a girl from Harrison made her acting debut.
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HARRISON, Ohio -- The movie "Frozen" is up for two Oscar awards Sunday, the film where a girl from Harrison made her acting debut.
"Frozen" character, young Anna, is played by 8-year-old Livvy Stubenrauch. She spoke to WCPO via Skype Friday.
"I get all happy because it's really fun!" she said.
She had no singing role in the movie, but knows every word to the film's songs.
"Do you want to build a snowman? C'mon let's go and play! I never see you anymore, come out the door. It's like you've gone away," Stubenrauch sang.
She's in Los Angeles, trying out for more roles in movies and television shows.
What if "Frozen" wins?
Stubenrauch said, ""I'm just gonna be like ahhh!"
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