Hailee Caribe Steinfeld was born on the 11th December 1996, in Tarzana, California USA, of British, Filipino, German, and Ashkenazi-Jewish ancestry. She is an actress, probably best known for her appearances in the role ofMattie Ross in “True Girl” (2010), playing Petra Arkanian in “Ender’s Game” (2013), and as Juliet Capulet in the film adaptation of “Romeo & Juliet” (2013). She is also recognized as a singer. Her career has been active since 2007.
So, have you ever wondered how rich is Hailee Steinfeld, as of mid-2016? It has been estimated by sources that the total size of Hailee’s net worth is over $8 million, accumulated not only through her successful career in the entertainment industry as an actress, but also through her career as a singer.
Hailee Steinfeld Net Worth $8 Million
Hailee Steinfeld was raised with an older brother in Agoura Hills and Thousand Oaks, California by her father, Peter – a personal fitness trainer – and her mother, Cheri, who is an interior designer. She went to Ascension Lutheran School, Colina Middle School and Conejo Elementary; however, as her career became more important, she was educated at home from 2008 to 2015, when she matriculated.
Hailee’s professional acting career began in 2007, when as a nine year-old she appeared in a small role in the TV series “Back To You”. After that she appeared in several short films, such as “Heather: A Fairy Tale” (2008), and “She’s A Fox” (2009). In 2010 came her breakout role, when she was selected for the role of Mattie Ross in the film “True Grit”, alongside such actors as Jeff Bridges and Mat Damon. Ever since then her career has gone only upwards, and so has her net worth. She began to appear in more popular films, including “Hateship Loveship” (2013) with Guy Pearce and Kristen Wiig in lead roles, then “Begin Again” (2013) with Keira Knightley and Mark Ruffalo, “Romeo And Juliet” (2013) which was her first lead role, and “Ender’s Game” (2013), with Harrison Ford and Asa Butterfield. All helped her net worth to grow.
To speak further of her accomplishments, Hailee starred in such films as “3 Days To Kill” (2014) with Kevin Costner, and “Pitch Perfect 2” (2015), and she will appear in films “The Edge Of Seventeen” (2016), and “Pitch Perfect 3”, which is scheduled for 2017 release. She has also launched a voice acting career, lending her voice to characters from such animated TV series and films as “When Marnie Was There” (2014), among others.
Furthermore, her net worth has benefited from her singing career, as she has released one EP so far, entitled “Haiz” in (2015), which spawned singles such as “Love Myself”, and “Rock Bottom”, which only increased the overall size of her net worth, and popularity.
Thanks to her skills, she has received numerous prestigious nominations and awards, including an Oscar nomination in the category of Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for her work on the film “True Grit” (2010), and she won the EDA Award for Best Supporting Actress for the same film. Furthermore, she received a BAFTA award nomination in the category of Best Leading Actress also for the film “True Grit”.
If to talk about Hailee Steinfeld’s personal life little is known in the media, although she is a very active member across many of the most popular social media platforms, such as Twitter and Instagram, on which she has over 2.8 million followers. She is a close friend of Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift.
She played the role of "Talia Alden" in the award-winning short film, She's a Fox (2009), written and directed by Cameron Sawyer. She made several television commercials and guest appearances on television programs.
Her mother, Cheri Steinfeld, is an interior designer and her father, Peter Steinfeld, is a personal fitness trainer.
Has one older brother, Griffin Steinfeld (January 9, 1994), who is a NASCAR driver.
Her father is of Romanian Jewish and Russian Jewish ancestry. Hailee's maternal grandfather is the son of a Filipino father, Pastor "Peter" Loresca Domasin, from Panglao, Bohol, and of an African-American mother, Evelyn Olivia Bain, from California. Hailee's maternal grandmother's ancestry is English, German, Scottish, and Irish.
[in 2016] My grandfather, my mom's dad, was half African-American, half Filipino. And Filipinos, I've learned, have many wonderful traits - the main ones being passion and pride. I went to the Philippines for the first time this spring, and it was amazing.
The shooting of the guns, that was kind of funny, because rolling a cigarette and shooting a gun aren't like normal things for a 13-year old girl!
Child actors come off as work being their life and doing it 24/7, but I still have those days where it's totally, like, whatever: shopping, movies, adventures.
I don't know if it has set in or not. Honestly, it's crazy. It's such an amazing honor. I remember thinking back to being in my room waiting for the call to see if I got the part. It's like winning the lottery. I'm proud to be a member of such an amazing cast - that's the best award of all.
My first modeling job was Gap, and my first time in front of the camera was for a Soda Pop Girls commercial - it's one of those Bratz dolls, Barbie dolls...one of those.
Well I was eight years old, and I have an older cousin who is three years older than me and she was doing acting, commercials, and modeling at the time and... to see my cousin doing that was really inspiring and I wanted to do it. So I went to my mom and I asked her if I could do it, and for the acting part of it, she made me study for a year.
Facebook is my life.
I love the film route and I'm gong to try my hardest to stay on it.
I was just another girl.
My very first audition was on the lot of Paramount, and I was put on tape and it was very nerve-racking. I think it was about 15 pages.
The idea of revenge coming from a 14-year-old girl isn't, you know, exactly right.
[observation at age sixteen] I realize how fortunate I am to have found what I love so young. I've had some really incredible opportunities. ..I tend not to go much further than planning my day out. The future is so unpredictable. I don't have a specific place I want to be or know where I'm going to be five years from now.