Christina Bell is a actress and singer from Shreveport, Louisiana. Christina initially found success in the gospel music world as the lead singer of the group Zie'l. Christina is known for her impressive contralto range and her unique rich sound that incorporates traditional gospel, R&B and soul.
Christina Bell emerged as a solo artist in 2016 and issued a soulful, seven-song independent project called "Just Believe”. She's toured and shared stages with Fred Hammond, Donnie McClurkin and Kirk Franklin. In 2018, Christina released a single entitled "Going" a reminder of God's never ending mercy. The inspirational song hit top 20 on Billboard radio charts. In 2020, Bell secured her first Stellar Award nomination as a solo artist for Traditional Female Vocalist of the Year.
The powerhouse singer is also a entrepreneur which was birthed from her passion for helping others. She launched VocalBells, a venture where she serves as a vocal coach focusing on vocal performance, care, and artistry.
From the stage to television, Christina was tapped to star as the legendary gospel singer/songwriter Twinkie Clark in the highly anticipated biopic, "The Clark Sisters: The First Ladies of Gospel". The original Lifetime movie was produced by Mary J. Blige, Missy Elliott and Queen Latifah. The film marked the highest-rated original movie for Lifetime in four years. Hollywood veterans sang praises loud and proud for Christina’s acting debut. Actor and singer Jamie Foxx stated that Christina Bell’s performance in the film “moved him to tears.” The rising superstar is on the path of becoming one of the most successful and respected talents of our time.