Kristen Bell

Statements posted on Instagram say that Bell's character on Apple TV's "Central Park" and Slate's on Netflix's "Big Mouth" will be recast with Black or mixed-race actors.
The two-minute PSA features stars like Aaron Paul, Kesha and Kristen Bell "taking responsibility" for their own conscious and unconscious racism as actorly as possible.
The "Frozen" star is having uncomfortable but necessary conversations with her daughters about anti-racism protests.
“The Good Place” star said she and husband Dax Shepard were in need of “a little marriage house cleaning" when they “started quarantine.”
The "Frozen" star noted her husband Dax Shepard is never asked how he "balances" working and being a dad.
Breaking a "cardinal rule" of off-roading caused the actor and podcast host to suffer a gruesome injury, his wife said.
The actor, who shares two daughters with Kristen Bell, opened up about sobriety and addiction with Rob Lowe.
"This is as physically close as we’ve been in a couple of days ’cause we’ve just found each other revolting," said Bell in an Instagram Live with Katie Couric.
As many lose their jobs as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the actors are helping those living in the Los Angeles buildings they own.
The couple wanted to teach daughters Lincoln and Delta the power of an apology.