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Van der Pol also has a career as a singer and has recorded several songs for The Walt Disney Company.

Van der Pol has two older sisters, Rachel and Sarah.

Van der Pol's family moved to the United States when she was three years old, and she retains dual American and Dutch citizenship.

Just as the first season of "That's So Raven" began, she went back to Austin Musical Theatre to perform in "Celebrate: AMT," a performance highlighting all the shows the company had done up to then. Van der Pol also appeared on the Disney Channel Games as a member of the Red Team; her teammates were Zac Efron, Kay Panabaker, Dylan Sprouse, Shin Koyamada, and Moises Arias.

She was originally offered the role of Kim Possible, but chose not to take the part causing the role to be given to Christy Carlson Romano.

To promote the film, van der Pol made appearances during New York Comic Con weekend for meet-and-greets with fans and to join a live discussion panel for Vampires Suck, along with co-star Matt Lanter.

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In July 2006 she was arrested for DUI after driving with a whopping .19 blood-alcohol level.

Van der Pol returned to television as a guest star in NBC's television series, Friends with Benefits. In September 2011, van der Pol was cast to perform in For the Record: Tarantino in Concert, conceived and directed by Shane Scheel and Christopher Lloyd Bratten. First bomb: Anneliese almost didn’t get the role of Raven Baxter’s quirky, tree-hugging pal Chelsea Daniels. “Anneliese actually didn’t get the part of Chelsea at the very beginning. “I remember when were in the audition room…I was like, ’I would rather play best friends with her than the girl you guys picked.'” DAMN STRAIGHT, RAY! Who else could’ve played the zany, redheaded Chels? She made her Broadway debut in 2007, and appeared Off-Broadway in 2009.She has also acted in the 2010 vampire spoof film Vampires Suck directed by Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer.Following her early career in musical theatre, she was best known for her role as Chelsea Daniels on That's So Raven, a role she reprises on its sequel Raven's Home.