Hayden Panettiere Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Hayden Leslie Panettiere was born on the 21st August, 1989 in Palisades, New York, USA of German and Italian descent. She is an actress usually recognized for her roles in the series “Heroes” (2006–2010) and “Nashville” (2012 – present). In addition to this, Panettiere is occupied with modelling and singing which are also the sources of her income. Hayden has been active in the entertainment industry since 1994.
Hayden Panettiere Net Worth $15 Million
Hayden Panettiere should be wealthy enough after spending almost all her life on the stage, shouldn’t she? It has been reported that the overall amount her net worth makes $10 million, partly accumulated from her salaries received for her role in “Nashville” which made more than $1.5 million. On the other hand, she loves pampering luxury, for example owning a Lamborghini Gallardo valued at $200,000 and Porsche Cayenne valued at $56,000.
Hayden Panettiere was born into the family of a celebrity and fire department captain: her mother, Lesley R. Vogel, was a popular actress. Hayden was engrossed with her career from early childhood: she even completed high school by correspondence. Hayden began her career with a role in the soap opera “One Life to Live” (1994 – 1997). Her career in television continued, landing roles in the soap opera “Guiding Light” (1996 – 2000). Afterwards, the role she landed in the television film “If You Believe” brought her a nomination for the Young Artist Awards.
However, the most significant roles in television she landed were as an adult actress. Panettiere rose to prominence for her role of Claire Bennet in the science fiction series “Heroes” (2006–2010). Since 2012, Hayden has played a character in the television series “Nashville” for which she received nominations of the Golden Globe Awards and Satellite Awards.
Acting in television is an important source of Hayden’s income though acting on the big screen is also significant in her career. She debuted in the feature film “The Object of My Affection” (1998) directed by Nicholas Hytner. Later, she continued with some small roles which were followed by a role in the main cast of the film “Joe Somebody” (2001) directed by John Pasquin. Even though the film was a financial failure and received negative reviews from critics, Hayden proceeded, and in 2004 she landed a leading role in the film “The Dust Factory” directed by Eric Small. This was followed by many other films in which she successfully appeared in the main cast, including “Racing Stripes”(2005), “Bring It On: All or Nothing”(2006), “Shanghai Kiss”(2007), “I Love You, Beth Cooper!”(2009), “Scream 4” (2011) and other films. What is more, she works as a voice actress, including most recently in “Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil” and several others.
Furthermore, Hayden Panettiere has an astounding ability to sing. She has recorded many songs which were used in the films and series she was acting in. It was the song for “A Bug’s Life” (she voiced one of the characters) which was nominated for a Grammy Award.
Hayden Penettiere is in a stormy relationship with the boxer Wladimir Klitschko: dating was followed by splitting up, but they finally got engaged in 2013, and their daughter was born in 2014.
Ranked #12 in the 2010 FHM UK list of "100 Sexiest Women in the World".
Ranked #21 in the 2011 FHM list of "100 Sexiest Women in the World".
Ranked #11 in FHM's "Sexiest Women" list in 2008.
Was ranked #30 on Maxim magazine's Hot 100 Women of 2010 list.
Along with other protesters including Isabel Lucas, Hayden Panettiere paddled out on surfboards to a pod of dolphins off the coast of Taiji/Japan to protest the killing of dolphins on Thursday 1st of November 2007. This action is mentioned in the documentary The Cove (2009).
Despite impressing producers with her audition, she lost out the role of Ariel Moore in Footloose (2011) to Julianne Hough.
Had a partnership with United States Postal Inspection Service and the National Center For Missing And Exploited Children in a campaign against online predators, called 2 SMRT 4U.
Her last name is pronounced "Pan-Hey-Tee-Air" and is the Italian translation of "Baker". Her father has Italian ancestry, and her mother has English and German ancestry on one side and Italian ancestry on the other (Hayden's maternal grandmother's parents were Italian immigrants).
Elder sister of Jansen Panettiere, with whom she co-starred in Tiger Cruise (2004). She considers him "the greatest present our dad and mom ever gave me." He's also her favorite traveling companion - "Whenever I'm filming on location, I'll always say, 'Get my brother here'".
Her last name was printed wrong in an issue of the "Discovery Girls" magazine where she was considered an "Exceptional Tween".
Hobbies include singing, dancing, horseback riding, gymnastics, and swimming.
2000: Was nominated for a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Album for Children for A Bug's Life (1998) Read-Along.
On Guiding Light (1952) (1998-2000), for Hayden's character Lizzie's battle with leukemia, the show received a Special Recognition Award, from The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, for bringing national awareness of the disease to the attention of daytime viewers.
7/21/98: Soap Opera Magazine's star of the week.
Parents are: Lesley Vogel, a former soap opera actress; and Alan L. Skip Panettiere, a fire department lieutenant. Coincidentally, Hayden's first rescue on Heroes (2006) was from a train wreck fire.
2000: Childstarlets.com's Actress of the Year.
Has appeared in over 50 commercials.
Began her acting career at 11 months when she appeared in a commercial for Playskool.
So my tattoo means 'Live without regrets.' It's not that you don't regret things in life, but you at least try to learn from them. It's misspelled too [accidentally, as rimipianti], so I literally have to live by that advice!
I don't need to feel stick-skinny. To me, the confident curvy girl is so much sexier than the insecure skinny girl.
Some people ask me whether I'm a "mama's girl" or a "papa's girl". I'm *nobody's* girl. My brother clings to our parents; I'm the one shoving them out the door.
I think at the age I'm at, it's really hard for a film career, and I'm at a point in my life where I thought it would be a good idea to be a part of a good show and to be able to finish school.
I know it's really gory, and a lot of people's stomachs will probably not like me for it, but that is just awesome, just being able to be bloodied up and have different body parts put on. That's right up my alley. It's so awesome.
You go on these Internet blogs and people say the meanest things. I'm a normal person. Just because I'm in the spotlight doesn't mean I'm God's gift to the world. I'm learning and making mistakes just like every other 17-year-old girl out there.
I hate how people say I'm growing up fast.
When the camera comes on, I am not Hayden any more, I am Lizzie!