Dalila Bela

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Dalila Bela is a Canadian actress best known for her role in the series ‘Odd Squad’

Oct 5, 2001

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Personal Details

  • Birthday: October 5, 2001
  • Nationality: Canadian
  • Famous: Film & Theater Personalities, Actresses
  • Siblings: Bruce Salomon, Raphael Alejandro
  • Birth Place: Montreal, Quebec
  • Height: 152cm
  • Gender: Female

Dalila Bela born at

Montreal, Quebec

Birth Place

Dalila Bela was born on October 5, 2001 in Montreal, Quebec. She has two brothers, Raphael Alejandro and Bruce Salomon. Both of them are actors. Currently, the actress lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. Information regarding Bela’s education and parents is not known. Talking about her love life, she hasn’t revealed anything to the media. She loves her fans dearly and stays connected to them on social media through her Instagram and Twitter profiles.

Personal Life

Dalila Bela began her acting career at the age of five when she appeared in a national advertisement. In 2009, she had minor roles in the TV series ‘Supernatural’ and ‘Fringe’. The following year, she appeared in the program ‘R. L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: The Series’ as well as on the DVD film ‘The Stranger’. Then in 2011, the actress was cast as Taylor Pringle in ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules’. The same year, she did the flicks ‘Red Riding Hood’ and ‘Joanna Makes a Friend’. Soon after this, Bela reprised her role as Taylor Pringle in ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days’.


In 2014, she joined the cast of the series ‘Odd Squad’ as Agent Olive. A year later, the Canadian beauty appeared in the fantasy drama ‘Once Upon a Time’. She next played Agent Olive in ‘Odd Squad: The Movie’ in 2016. The same year, Bela began playing Sydney in the animated TV series ‘Ready Jet Go’. Since 2017, she can also been seen in the role of Diana Barry in the Canadian drama series ‘Anne’. The actress has also appeared in supporting roles in the movies ‘Dead Hearts’, ‘The 100’, ‘That Burning Feeling’ and ‘Grave Encounters 2’. She received many international accolades for her performance in ‘Dead Hearts.’