Nina Dobrev in a Canadian-Bulgarian model, actress and singer who estimated net worth of $6 million. Nina was born on 9th of January in 1989 in Sofia, Bulgaria and when she was just two years old, Nina with all family moved to Canada. Her mother, Mihaela Dobreva is an artist, and Konstantin Dobrev is Nina`s father, a computer specialist. While Nina was attending public school, she was already involved into art, she started jazz classes, attended ballet, and was a dancer at rhythmic gymnastics. Later young artist attended Ryerson University, which located in Toronto, and she chose sociology, but in 2008, she left these studies for her acting career, so Nina made acting classes in the same Toronto, at Armstrong Acting Studio.
Nina Dobrev Net Worth $6 Million
Nina Dobrev started as a model, and later she appeared in some commercials, what slowly pushed her to film industry. In 2006 Nina Dobrev made a screen debut in a film called Away From Her, and straight after, she got her huge fame with appearance as Mia Jones role on Degrassi: The Next Generation. She is playing a single mother, who is a teenager. From this show she got big visibility, as Nina casted there on 52 episodes, from sixth to ninth season. Nina Dobrev, slowly became very busy with her acting career, so modeling turn a bit to the back plan, but worth to mention that modeling brought her a big salary and good assignments. Nina appeared in films, TV shows as Never Cry Werewolf, Fugitive Pieces, Too Young to Marry, The Roommate, Eleventh Hour, Family Guy, The Border. This, not short list of movies, shows how rich is Nina Dobrev, who also has been spotted not once, while shopping and picking some dresses. In 2007 she also was seen in the music clip made by Wade Allain-Marcus & David Baum in You Got That Light, and even more, Nina played in an MTV movie with a name The American Mall. A big commercial success got an erotic thriller, where Nina also took a part in Chloe, in 2011 she appears in a role of Candace in film called The Perks of Being a Wallflower. In 2012 Nina was acting in Funny or Die, in a music video called SPF and this time with Nick Braun. Bulgarian-Canadian actress, Nina Dobrev, who has net worth of $6 million, currently plays as Katherine Pierce and Elena Gilbert at The Vampire Diaries, an American TV teen-drama, where she met a co-star, Ian Somerhalder, who was also working on the same show, they became a couple, and been dating from 2011 till May of 2013.
Nina Dobrev was working for charity, she was dealing together with PUMA, in fact, to support Project Pink, and all earned money from this project, would go for donation to the charity group. Famous Bulgarian-Canadian actress also was co-hosting together with Joe Jonas a company We Day, the main idea is to support young people, to help them in their decisions, and achieve how make a difference.
Her father is a computer specialist and her mother is an artist.
She's a huge fan of the "Harry Potter" series, by J.K. Rowling.
Nina attended Wexford Collegiate, an arts school in Toronto. In 2007, she began her post secondary studies at Ryerson University in Toronto, where she was majoring in Sociology. Nina also trained at the Dean Armstrong Acting Studio in Toronto, Ontario.
Nina Dobrev, the actress who plays Katherine Pierce, was born in Bulgaria and speaks Bulgarian. For this reason, Katherine, who was German in the books, became Bulgarian in the series.
Nina has competed internationally representing Canada in Aesthetic Group Gymnastics. In 2005, she joined both the Senior World Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark and the Junior World Championships in Plzen, Czech Republic.
Named after her maternal grandmother Nikolina Constantine.
Is frequently compared, and is aware of bearing a resemblance, to Victoria Justice.
One of her hobbies is making jewelry. She plans on starting her own jewelry line in the future.
She has been sharing an apartment in Atlanta with Kayla Ewell.
She went into a general audition for Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001) and read the role of Manny Santos. Later, she was called back, read for the role of Mia Jones, and got the role.
She traveled to Kenya where she built a school with fellow Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001) co-stars through the non-profit organization, Free The Children. She also wore a top promoting the cause towards the end of her movie, The American Mall (2008).
She enjoys playing Rock Band and engages in water sports including swimming, windsurfing, wake boarding and scuba diving. Nina also loves to travel and often visits Europe. Among her other activities are playing volleyball, soccer, horseback riding, snowboarding and rock climbing.
She has competed internationally representing Canada in Aesthetic Group Gymnastics. In 2005, she joined both the Senior World Championships in Copenhagen, Denmark and the Junior World Championships in Plzen, Czech Republic.
Studied acting at Armstrong Acting Studios in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Tall, curvaceous figure
Big brown eyes
Dearest TVD Family, [..] I always knew I wanted Elena's story to be a six season adventure, and within those six years I got the journey of a lifetime. I was a human, a vampire, a doppelganger, a crazy immortal, a doppelganger pretending to be human, a human pretending to be a doppelganger. I got kidnapped, killed, resurrected, tortured, cursed, body-snatched, was dead and undead, and there's still so much more to come before the season finale in May. Elena fell in love not once, but twice, with two epic soulmates, and I myself made some of the best friends I'll ever know and built an extended family I will love forever.There's more to come before we wrap this up, [..], but until then I invite you to hop on the roller coaster ride that is Elena Gilbert's life and join me as I celebrate her and prepare to say goodbye to her -- and to my work family -- as I move on to the next chapter of my life. I want to share this goodbye with all of you [..]. You, the wonderful fandom who gave more love, support and passion than anyone could have ever imagined seven years ago, when a young Degrassi girl from Canada showed up in LA to audition for 'that Twilight TV show.' ;-) I love you all. Fasten your seat-belts. [..]
I'm an artist; content is incredibly important to me. I only want to keep moving up and up in terms of quality and be careful with perception. I don't just want to do things that are the pretty girl with lots of makeup, I want to get into the gritty stuff and get down and dirty and dark and really feed my soul and not my vanity.
I've reached a point where I'm comfortable in my own skin, and I do what I need to do, to feel good, but I'm built the way I am. The dancer's feet, the bruises on my legs, they're not going to go away. I think real girls have bruises. Tough chicks get bruised. They get dirty. And they have fun.
People aren't defined by their relationships. The whole point is being true to yourself and not losing yourself in relationships, whether romances or friendships.
[on working on The Vampire Diaries (2009)] There were daily challenges, there were yearly challenges, there were character challenges. The whole show was challenging in different ways throughout the six years. The multiple characters, the hours, creating characters, deaths. I was constantly crying, it felt like. But for that reason, it kept me occupied, I was never bored, it never felt stale. I always came to work excited, and looking forward to the next thing I got to do. It was almost like actor boot camp, or a college experience. I started college in real life, but I never finished. I went to high school in real life, and then went to Degrassi high school, and then four years as Elena - 12 years is a long time to go to school. I need to graduate! I'm ready now. I'm ready to go into the real world. I've literally grown up on this show. I was a baby when I started, and now I'm a woman. I feel like I've learned so much and have grown so much because of every single person, and every single character, and person I've worked with. They made me who I am, and I'm excited to apply that to the next chapter.
I did Degrassi: The Next Generation (2001) for four years. It was my constant, no matter what movie I would do on hiatus or whatever I would do elsewhere, every year I would always go back to Degrassi, to my family, and they really sort of taught me all the groundwork and got me started. Before that I was really green, I didn't know what I was doing, so it kind of helped ease my path into the whole industry.
Looking back on high school, I just remember specific scenarios and thinking, wow, that was such a big deal at the time, but right now it feels like it never even happened. So I guess if I can give any advice, I would just say that everything will pass, and it'll feel like it was a big deal over nothing. Life goes on and then you change and other things happen, and everything feels like it's so much worse afterwards. It'll always get better.