Elizabeth Gillies Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Elizabeth Egan Gillies was born on 26 July 1993, in Haworth, New Jersey USA, of Italian descent. Elizabeth is a singer and actress, best known for playing the character Jade West in the television series “Victorious”. She’s also a part of the comedy show “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll”, and all of her endeavors have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Elizabeth Gillies? As of mid-2016, sources estimate a net worth that is at $3 million, mostly earned through a successful career on television. Aside from that, she’s also made stage performances, and been a part of several commercials. She also makes regular guest appearances on other shows, and as she continues her career her wealth will likely increase.
Elizabeth Gillies Net Worth $3 million
Elizabeth started acting at the age of 12, when she began appearing in commercials for companies such as Virgin Mobile. She then had her first television role in “The Black Donnellys”, in which she appeared for three episodes. She was then cast in “The Clique” and “Harold”. Afterwards, she tried her hand in a stage production entitled “13” which helped increase her popularity. “13” would go on and become the first Broadway production to have a cast entirely made up of teenagers. Her net worth was becoming well established.
Gillies became better known after she was cast to become a part of “Victorious”; the show started in 2010 and would run for three years. The popularity of the show led to her character appearing in other shows such as the “Winx Club”, and also led to other opportunities for her including “White Collar”, “Big Time Rush”, and “Figure It Out”. In 2014, she reprised her role of Jade West as part of the spin-off series “Sam and Cat”, and then appeared in the horror film “Animal”, produced by Drew Barrymore. Elizabeth was also part of the Lifetime film “Killing Daddy” and one of her latest projects is the comedy series “Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll”.
Aside from acting, Elizabeth has performed several songs for the show “Victorious”, featured in the show soundtrack and for “Victorious 2.0”. She also has her own YouTube channel called LizGilliesOfficial, and she often uploads covers of various hit songs including “You and I” by Lady Gaga, “One and Only” by Adele” and “For No One” by The Beatles. It has reported that she was working on a rock album, and she also had a duet with Ariana Grande for a Christmas EP entitled “Christmas Kisses”. Elizabeth has also appeared in numerous music videos, mostly as a part of Victoria Justice‘s songs. She’s also seen in “Time of Our Life” by Big Time Rush”, and “Right There” by Ariana Grande. Her net worth is growing steadily.
For her personal life, it is known that Gillies is best friends with Ariana Grande and they’ve known each other since the production of “13”. She is also a vegan, mainly because she is allergic to a lot of foods. Aside from these, she plays the piano and is very active on social media. There are no reports or rumours concerning any romantic liaisons.
Played the role of Lucy in the Broadway musical '13', along with Ariana Grande whom played Charlotte.
She can play piano/keyboard.
She has Italian (from her maternal grandmother), Irish, English, and Scottish ancestry.
She is a vegan, but not by choice, as she is allergic to most foods. She is also allergic to gluten.
Best friends with her Victorious (2010) co-star, Ariana Grande. They've known each other since they starred in 13 (musical) on Broadway back in 2008.
Her blue-green eyes
Hopefully, after Victorious (2010) has lived a long and beautiful life, I would like to go into movies. And I'd like to have a very successful movie career. Ultimately, I'd love to win an Oscar; that's my big goal in life, so that's what I'm going for.
In middle school, I was boy crazy and it was the worst! I would always lose, too. I was more into the competition than the boy by the end of it! I just wanted to win!
I try not to tweet too much; I'm a really sporadic tweeter. I will tweet nonstop for, like, 3 days, and then I won't for a month. I don't make it priority at all; if I feel like doing it, I do it ,and if not, then I don't care.
The funny thing about voice over is you can go in in sweatpants and have your hair all messed up, and no one will see you, and you can still deliver the same great product.
The food I eat the most is probably steamed, plain white rice. I know its really, really, really boring, but that's honestly the food I eat the most. No, I like cucumber avocado rolls... I love that.
A strong sense of humor, a really awesome personality, and maturity is also really important in a boyfriend. I tend to only be attracted to older guys for that reason. I just love guys who have a really strong sense of who they are.
I love being a teen because you don't have all the responsibilities of an adult yet.
If someone's being less than courteous to you, I don't think you need to pay any attention to them.
If you're passionate about something and stick with it, even if your friends aren't doing it, it'll pay off. It can be really rewarding to stick to your guns.
Once you lose the honesty in a relationship, I mean, I think you don't have a relationship at all.
I think dealing with mean girls is just a part of life. I never really took people like that too seriously.
My two big date deal breakers are someone with no sense of humor and someone who chews badly. I will never be with someone who never laughs or someone who chews disgustingly, so if either of those things are detected on a date - it's a total deal breaker.
I like growing up; I feel like I have an old soul. I like the age to match as much as it can.