Sawyer Bell

“Sawyer is 100% believable and there's a maturity in his performances that belie his young age.”

Alex Simon, Director of Photography for The Last Possession

The Vampire Diaries

Sawyer played YOUNG STEFAN in Season 6 of The CW Network's popular series, The Vampire Diaries, opposite Ian Somerhalder.
In a recap of the episode, Entertainment Weekly praised his emotional performance saying: “Let’s just say baby Stefan cries, and I’ve never felt pain like this before in
my life."

Watch Sawyer as Young Stefan in The Vampire Diaries

Slow Wave

Directed by award-winning filmmaker, Brett Alan Bentman, this short film screened at The Chinese Theatres ALC in Hollywood along with numerous other film festivals in 2014 and 2015. Sawyer plays NOAH, a pesky kid in a satire scene that serves as comic relief during the intense dramatic film.

Watch Sawyer in Slow Wave


Sawyer plays COREY, the lead role in this dramatic short film, which chronicles the challenges faced by a young homeless boy abandoned by everyone he loves. With vibrant images and storytelling, this emotional film raises questions about survival and connection in this world and the next.

Watch clips of Sawyer in Hermit

About Mom and Dad

Sawyer played COLT COLLINS, a precocious little boy in this feature film about the family you never wanted to have but could not imagine life without. About Mom and Dad premiered as an official selection of the 2014 Dallas International Film Festival.

Watch Sawyer in a clip from About Mom and Dad



Daylight's End

Sawyer plays MAX in this action thriller
that follows a group of survivors in a post-apocalyptic world years after a mysterious plague has devastated the planet and turned most of humanity into blood-hungry creatures. Watch for the premier of this feature film, scheduled

in the spring of 2015.

Watch the Daylight's End sneak promo.

Red on Yella, Kill a Fella

Set in the autumn of 1900, this western film follows outlaw Claude Barbee attempting to lead his gang across Texas to recover a cash loot hidden after a botched railroad robbery. Sawyer plays spunky young DENTON WILBERFORCE in this feature film, which premieres in April 2015 at the Dallas International Film Festival.

See Red on Yella, Killa a Fell at DIFF 2015
The Last Possession

Sawyer’s character in The Last Possession, JACK PERONI, is central to the film’s story line which follows an ordinary family who experiences extraordinary circumstances in this supernatural thriller.

Sawyer had a great time filming this project, including doing many of his own stunts with stunt coordinator James Logan. The feature film is scheduled for release in 2015.

Getting Our Wings PSA

Sawyer played an airplane co-pilot in a comedic promotional spot to support fundraising for a local not-for-profit organization.

Watch Sawyer in Getting Our Wings
Deliverance Creek

Nicholas Sparks' first made-for-TV project stars Emmy-nominated Lauren Ambrose as Belle Barlow, a single mom battling her way through life in a small town during the Civil War. Sawyer plays her son, ABNER BARLOW. Produced by Warner Horizon Television, Deliverance Creek premiered on the Lifetime Network in September 2014.

Watch clips of Sawyer in Deliverance Creek
Night Terrors

Sawyer plays the lead in this short film, a whimsical and suspenseful story of a boy who is afraid of what’s lurking under his bed. His parents don't believe him and his older brother teases him. But one night when his brother gets pulled under, the boy must gather his courage and go in to rescue him.

Watch an 8-minute cut of Sawyer in Night Terrors
Gooey Louie

Sawyer shot some industrial spots for Goliath Games,demonstrating how to use Gooey Louie and other
hands-on games.

Rough Waters

Go behind the scenes of the film, "Rough Waters," including an interview with Sawyer - he plays BENJAMIN in the short film that follows the tense moments of two
boys and their sitter during a tumultuous thunderstorm.

Rough Waters website
Thank You for Being My Friend

Sawyer played PETER in the short film, "Thank You for Being My Friend." As an adult son faces the reality of his father’s death, he reflects on their relationship - what it means to be a hero, and the bond they shared - through a series of flashbacks to vignettes of his eight-year-old self, his dad and a special gift.

Sawyer played the pouty, kid-sized version of a Dad who just wasn't himself when he was hungry in this commercial spot produced by students at the Art Institute of Dallas.
Halloween Candy

Sawyer was a featured host in the seasonal comedy segment, "How to Plan a Halloween Party," which aired
on the YouToo TV network in the Fall of 2012.
Who Runs This Show?

Sawyer was part of the ensemble cast of Who Runs This Show?, a sketch comedy for kids produced at The Studios at Las Colinas. The production included live-action comedy, along with animation and voice-over. The image is Sawyer's digital alter-ego, dreaming of becoming President one day.
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