• Ayalla Karina is a singer/social media personality from Chicago, IL, with a net worth of over $800,000.
• She grew up in Chicago and later moved to Stafford, VA, where she developed a passion for music.
• She began her career on YouTube, posting recordings of her band and covers of popular songs.
• She also has a strong presence on Instagram, with over 50,000 followers.
• She has a Twitter account with 19,000 followers, where she promotes her music and content.

Known for movies

Short Info

MarkShe often played put-upon but distant Gallic beauties
FactUsed to play the piano.

Who is Ayalla Karina?

Ayalla Karina was born on 9 September 1997, in Chicago, Illinois, USA, and is a singer as well as a social media personality, best known for her presence on several social media websites. Her accounts on YouTube and Instagram particularly have contributed to her rise in fame and wealth.

The Net Worth of Ayalla Karina

How rich is Ayalla Karina? As of mid-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $800,000, earned through success in her various endeavors. Her online fame has led her to numerous opportunities, and she’s also achieved a lot of in terms of a music career. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life and Education

Very little is known about Ayalla’s family and childhood, except for the fact that she grew up with a younger sister. While she spent her early years in Chicago, her family later moved to Stafford, Virginia where they would settle. Growing up, she developed a strong passion for music and loved singing, developing her talents as years passed. She attended Mountain View High School which is a part of the Stafford County Public Schools. They have over 1,800 students annually, and the school offers numerous athletics programs.

After matriculating, she enrolled at Potomac State College of West Virginia University (WVU) to study for a degree in business. The college is located in Keyser, West Virginia and the only residential junior college of WVU. It is located around 140 kilometers away from the main campus and acts as a feeder which grants associate degrees. They also allow the students there to begin their first two years of college studies, before transferring to the main campus.

Ayalla Karina

YouTube Career

While in school, Karina discovered that one of her avenues for further developing her singing career would be the video website YouTube; owned by Google it’s one of the most popular websites in the world, ranked second by the company Alexa Internet. It has become one of the biggest sources of video-related media such as documentaries, video clips, live streams, video blogs (vlogs), movie trailers, music videos, and many more.

Users can upload their own content for others to view. Viewers then have the capability to rate, comment, and share the videos they like. They can also subscribe to other users, while content creators have the potential to earn money through Google’s AdSense program. Ayalla started out posting recordings of her band called Stationery Hearts, then started to do covers of popular songs, before also integrating another passion of hers into the channel. She began doing a lot of beauty-related content, including makeup, fashion and hairstyles. For the next few years, she would upload consistently, leading her to gain over 50,000 subscribers. Her most popular videos are those which are focused on her music.

Recent Endeavors and Other Platforms

After consistently uploading for a year, Ayalla ceased uploading, coinciding with her band Stationery Hearts breaking up. She then focusing on other endeavors, particularly her presence on the website Instagram. It is a social media service owned by Facebook which allows users to upload photos or videos to their own personal accounts. The content can then be shared with the public or with pre-approved followers. One of the reasons for the popularity of the service is due to how easy it is to edit and organize one’s content through the use of the website’s tags and filters. The website has gained a lot of fame over the years and as of 2019, has over a billion registered users. Facebook also reported that the website has over 500 million active users on a daily basis.

Ayalla started posting a lot of photo and video content to her own account, which contributed to her increasing in popularity. Eventually, this was noticed by various companies which contacted her for sponsored posts and the like. Her fame also led to her second band called Kissing Sissies, in which she is the group’s lead singer.

Personal Life and Social Media

For her personal life, it is known that Ayalla was in a relationship with YouTube personality Richie Giese, also known as Social Repose. The two met through a mutual friend and they dated for a while before separating, but he was featured in an ex-boyfriend video on her channel. Since then, there have been no new reports of relationships in her life, and many state that she is single, focused on her career and other endeavors. She is also still young and is likely not focused on finding a long term partner. She has mentioned that she is not against dating women. and a lot of her fans are women who have expressed their admiration as well as their intent to try and date her. She has never been in a public relationship with a woman though.

Her Instagram account continues to stay strong, with over 50,000 followers – she updates her account with a lot of selfies, noted for showcasing her drastic change in hairstyles. She also has a Twitter account which has over 19,000 followers, on which she promotes her music as well as her beauty-related videos and YouTube content. She also posts some of her day to day thoughts, and does a lot of re-tweeting.


#Marks / Signs
1She often played put-upon but distant Gallic beauties


1I left home when I was 17, because I couldn't get along with my second stepfather, from Denmark. At that age young people can be very brave.
2It's about being human. It's beautiful, it's touching, it's acting. It's acting and reality at the same time.
3My part in Alphaville (1965) was very challenging because it was a very strange part. Coming from this other planet, speaking funny French, not knowing how to express feelings.
4[on her My Life to Live (1962) hair] I said to Jean-Luc, "I want to look very different next time." And he said, "Yes, I would like that, too." So we went to see a hairdresser, and little by little Jean-Luc decided we would cut my long black hair shorter and shorter to get this Louise Brooks style.
5I was the youngest actress to win the Best Actress award at the Berlin festival. Everybody was talking about me, and my mother was very proud.
6Jean-Luc Godard would say, "Don't you understand that if somebody is going to work, he's going to work at least eight hours a day? Why would you not work eight hours a day in front of your mirror to learn about yourself, to learn about what you're doing, to learn how ridiculous you can be, how good you can be, how stupid you can be, and so-and-so?" Of course, he was right that we should all do that every day, even when we're not working, because after all, everybody's working eight hours a day.
7I don't want to do just "Hello, goodbye," only for very, very good directors like Jonathan Demme, who asked me to sing this tango in his film The Truth About Charlie (2002). If not, I really take my choices, because I'm too old to say yes to everything, and also, I've done too many good things to go do whatever now.
8[on the different filmmakers she worked with] Everybody, even all the people with talent and genius, they had their own kind of way. But there is one way they are all the same: They're very human, and they have this sense of giving to you. It doesn't matter what kind of way they're doing it, as long as it's getting to you-as long as you're on the same road.
9When I had my cover on Elle magazine, everyone wanted to work with me, you know... I earned a lot of money in six months, because I did Coca-Cola for England, Palmolive, Pepsodent for the Germans. Everything I could find. So that's how Jean-Luc Godard saw me, because on one side of the Champs Elysées I was selling one brand of soap, and on the other I was selling Palmolive.
10Some people have scripts and scripts and lots of scripts, and they change it all the time. Even though [Jean-Luc Godard] had no script, he had it all in his heart and in his brain. He can explain it to you in a way where even if you get the dialogue five minutes before in the morning and you have to shoot it later, at least you have an idea about it, because he takes his time to explain things and to do the movements with you. There was always lots of rehearsal.


1Thought then-husband Jean-Luc Godard made her look ugly on My Life to Live (1962).
2Used to play the piano.
3Daughter-in-law of John Berry.
4Made 8 movies with ex-husband Jean-Luc Godard: My Life to Live (1962), A Woman Is a Woman (1961), The Oldest Profession (1967), Pierrot le Fou (1965), Le Petit Soldat (1963), Made in U.S.A (1966), Band of Outsiders (1964) and Alphaville (1965).
5Member of the jury at the Montreal International Film Festival in 2005.
6Husband Dennis Berry was once married to Jean Seberg (1972-1978) whom Anna's first husband, Jean-Luc Godard, directed in Breathless (1960) (aka Breathless).
7In the 1980s, she lived in Los Angles for a while where she met her fourth husband, Dennis Berry.
8Companion of Ulli Lommel in the late 1970s. The couple made few movies together, including Rainer Werner Fassbinder 's Chinese Roulette (1976) and Ausgerechnet Bananen (1978), directed by Lommel.
9Recorded the soundtrack album for her TV musical film Anna (1967) with songs written by Serge Gainsbourg and accompanied by her co-star and friend Jean-Claude Brialy on the vocals in a couple of songs.
10In 1972 set up a production company named Raska.
11Friends with Jean-Claude Brialy and Jean-Paul Belmondo.
12Has worked with film directors such as Agnès Varda, Roger Vadim, Valerio Zurlini, Jacques Rivette, George Stevens, Volker Schlöndorff, George Cukor and Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
13Fluent in five languages French, Danish, English, Swedish and Italian.
14Studied dance and painting in Denmark.
15Appeared in a short film when she was 14, which later won a prize at the Cannes Film Festival.
16Has written three novels.
17Friends with actresses Bernadette Lafont, Macha Méril, Alexandra Stewart and Françoise Brion.




Moi César, 10 ans 1/2, 1m392003Gloria
The Truth About Charlie2002Actress
Nom de code: Sacha2001ShortElle-même
Une histoire de K2000Video shortAnna
Chloé1996TV MovieKatia
Up, Down, Fragile1995Sarah (avec)
Manden der ville være skyldig1990Edith
Moravagine1989TV Movie
L'oeuvre au noir1988Catherine
Cayenne Palace1987Lola
Dernier été à Tanger1987Myrrha, une chanteuse de cabaret
Last Song1987Susan
Blockhaus USA1986Short
La dame des dunes1986TV MovieAstrid
Treasure Island1985Mother
Ave Maria1984Berthe Granjeux
L'ami de Vincent1983Eleonore
Regina Roma1982Regina
Chambre 171981TV MovieAriane
Also es war so...1980TV MovieColumbine / Gertrude S.
Charlotte, dis à ta mère que je l'aime1980Stéphane
Historien om en moder1979Christine Olsen
L'éblouissement1979TV MovieFrançoise
Olyan, mint otthon1978Anna
Chaussette surprise1978Nathalie
Madame le juge1978TV SeriesEmma
Ausgerechnet Bananen1978Natascha
Dossiers: Danger immédiat1977TV SeriesMartine Desclos
Chinese Roulette1976Irene Cartis
L'invenzione di Morel1976Faustine
Cinéma 161976TV SeriesEdwina
Le voyage à l'étranger1976TV MovieMadeleine Cedrat
Les oeufs brouillés1976Clara Dutilleul
The Musician Killer1976Louise
Bread and Chocolate1974Elena
Vivre ensemble1973Julie Andersen
The Salzburg Connection1972Anna Bryant
Carlos1971TV MovieClara
Z Cars1971TV SeriesLady Customer
Appointment in Bray1971Elle (la servante)
Le temps de mourir1970La femme sans nom
Laughter in the Dark1969Margot
Michael Kohlhaas - Der Rebell1969Elisabeth Kohlhaas
Before Winter Comes1969Maria
The Magus1968Anne
Lo straniero1967Marie Cardona
The Oldest Profession1967Natasha / Eleanor Romeovich, Hostess 703 (English version) (segment "Anticipation")
Zärtliche Haie1967Elena / Costa
Anna1967TV MovieAnna
Bande-annonce De 'Made in U.S.A.'1966Short
Les fables de La Fontaine1966TV SeriesMadame Corbeau
Made in U.S.A1966Paula Nelson (as AK)
I Spy1966TV SeriesAlina
The Nun1966Suzanne
Bande-annonce de 'Pierrot le fou'1965Short
Pierrot le Fou1965Marianne Renoir
Un mari à prix fixe1965Béatrice Reinhoff
The Camp Followers1965Elenitza
Alphaville1965Natacha von Braun
Le voleur de Tibidabo1965Maria
De l'amour1964Hélène
Circle of Love1964Rose / Das Stubenmädchen
Band of Outsiders1964Odile
Sweet and Sour1963La pauvre Ginette
Le Petit Soldat1963Veronica Dreyer
Bande-annonce de 'Vivre sa vie: Film en douze tableaux'1962Short
Three Fables of Love1962Colombe (segment "Le corbeau et le renard")
My Life to Live1962Nana Kleinfrankenheim
Le soleil dans l'oeil1962Dagmar
Cleo from 5 to 71962Anna, la jeune fille blonde / Actress in silent film (uncredited)
Maid for Murder1962Toni
Bande-annonce de 'Une femme est une femme'1961Short
A Woman Is a Woman1961Angela (as Karina)
Ce soir ou jamais1961Valérie
Les fiancés du pont Mac Donald ou (Méfiez-vous des lunettes noires)1961ShortAnna, la jeune fille blonde
Présentation ou Charlotte et son steak1960ShortClara (recorded 1961) (voice)
Pigen og skoene1959Short as Hanne Blarke


Victoria2008/IIIperformer: "N'importe où"
The Truth About Charlie2002performer: "Sous le Soleil Exactement", "Charade d'Amour" / writer: "Charade d'Amour"
Chloé1996TV Movie performer: "Petite Fille"
Up, Down, Fragile1995lyrics: "La fille à l'envers" / performer: "Mon amant perdu", "La fille à l'envers"
De Serge Gainsbourg à Gainsbarre de 1958 - 19911994Video documentary performer: "Ne dis rien"
Anna1967TV Movie performer: "Sous Le Soleil Exactement", "Rien Rien J'Disais Ça Comme Ça", "Un Jour Comme Un Autre", "De Plus En Plus, De Moins En Moins", "Roller Girl", "Ne Dis Rien", "Pistolet Jo", "G.I. Jo", "Je N'Avais Qu'Un Seul Mot À Lui Dire"
Pierrot le Fou1965performer: "Ma Ligne de Chance", "Jamais je ne t'ai dit que je t'aimerai toujours"
Sweet and Sour1963performer: "La vie s'envole"
A Woman Is a Woman1961performer: "Chanson d'Angela" - uncredited


Last Song1987
Vivre ensemble1973writer


Vivre ensemble1973


Nom de code: Sacha2001Short
Vivre ensemble1973


Vivre ensemble1973producer


Hors Série2010TV Series documentary thanks - 1 episode
The Truth About Charlie2002very special thanks


Je t'aime. The story of French song with Petula Clarke2015TV Movie documentaryHerself
Chabada2011TV SeriesHerself
Jean-Luc Cinema Godard2009TV Movie documentaryHerself
Cannes Moments2009TV Series documentaryHerself
Ce soir (ou jamais!)2009TV SeriesHerself
À l'écoute de Godard (image + son = 7 fragments)2007TV Movie documentaryHerself
Anna Karina, l'aventurière2004TV Movie documentaryHerself
Graffiti 602004TV Mini-Series documentaryHerself
100 films par 100 personnalités1999TV SeriesHerself
Le cercle du cinéma1998TV SeriesHerself
Birth of a Nation1997DocumentaryHerself
De Serge Gainsbourg à Gainsbarre de 1958 - 19911994Video documentaryHerself
Cinéma! Cinéma! The French New Wave1992TV Movie documentaryHerself
La nuit des Césars1976-1989TV Series documentaryHerself
Lunettes noires pour nuits blanches1989TV SeriesHerself
Bains de minuit1988TV SeriesHerself
Mardi cinéma1987-1988TV Series documentaryHerself
Les rendez-vous du dimanche1978TV SeriesHerself
Monsieur Cinéma1976TV SeriesHerself
In Conversation: Anna Karina and Alistair Whyte1973Documentary shortHerself
Carl Th. Dreyer1966Documentary shortHerself (uncredited)
Cinéastes de notre temps1964-1965TV Series documentaryHerself
Discorama1965TV SeriesHerself
Ni figue ni raisin1965TV SeriesHerself
Cinépanorama1962-1965TV Series documentaryHerself
Petit jour1962ShortHerself

Archive Footage

Belmondo par Belmondo2016TV Movie documentaryHerself
Je suis venu vous dire...2012DocumentaryHerself
Deux de la Vague2010DocumentaryHerself
Hors Série2010TV Series documentaryHerself
Chacun son cinéma ou Ce petit coup au coeur quand la lumière s'éteint et que le film commence2007segment "Artaud Double Bill"
Cannes, 60 ans d'histoires2007TV Movie documentaryHerself
French Beauty2005TV Movie documentaryHerself
On a tout essayé2005TV SeriesHerself
Les 40 ans de la 22004TV Movie documentaryHerself
Eddie Constantine: Cet homme est un sentimental...1999TV Movie documentaryHerself (uncredited)
Godard à la télé - 1960-20001999DocumentaryHerself


Won Awards

2016Honorary AwardBodil Awards
2008Hand PrintingPusan International Film Festival
2003Honorary MikeldiBilbao International Festival of Documentary and Short Films
1961Silver Berlin BearBerlin International Film FestivalBest ActressUne femme est une femme (1961)

Nominated Awards

1988CésarCésar Awards, FranceBest Supporting Actress (Meilleure actrice dans un second rôle)Cayenne Palace (1987)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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