Kirsten Storms is an American actress best known for her soap opera roles as Belle Black on Days of Our Lives (1999-2004) and as Maxie Jones on General Hospital, since 2005.
Storms' career began early, when a talent scout suggested that the five-year-old join a children's acting class in New York. That advice led to the actress' first television role, a recurring part on the ABC drama Second Noah.
After the series' cancellation, the Storms family moved to Los Angeles, where she landed the recurring role of Laura Cummings on the drama 7th Heaven, and the lead in the Disney Channel original movie, Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century.
The film debuted as the network's highest-rated original picture and spawned two sequels.
In 1999, the same year Zenon was released, Storms signed on to play the teenaged Belle Black on Days of Our Lives. She held that role until 2004, when she joined the cast of the short-lived drama, Clubhouse.
She also voiced the role of Bonnie Rockwaller on the animated television series Kim Possible, from 2002-2007.
In 2011 she was a cast member of the reality series Dirty Soap, which followed the off-screen lives of eight soap opera stars. It was cancelled after one season.
Storms currently resides in Los Angeles.