• Hannah Alligood is an American actress born in 2003 in Birmingham, AL
• She has a net worth of approximately $300,000
• She is Caucasian with short, curly brown hair and brown eyes
• She is active on social media, with accounts on Twitter and Instagram
• She starred in the iPad Pro ad and has been recognized with a Young Artist Award for her performance in "Paper Towns"
Hannah Alligood’s Wiki and Age
Hannah Riley Alligood was born on 28 June 2003, in Birmingham, Alabama, USA, which means that she is 16 years old and her zodiac sign is Cancer. Hannah, whose nationality is American, is best known as an actress, and in that field has worked on projects such as “Better Things” and “Paper Towns”. Being successful, she’s gained recognition among the audience, and aroused some curiosity regarding her family life, relationships and income.
— Hannah Alligood (@hannahalligood) April 11, 2019
So just how rich is Hannah Alligood as of mid-2019? According to authoritative sources, this actress has a net worth of close to $300,000, with her wealth being accumulated from her acting career in just six years. However, she hasn’t spoken about any assets such as vehicles and houses – at her age she may not have any.
Ethnicity and Background
Hannah is Caucasian and has short curly brown hair and brown eyes, and a trim figure, and looks well put together at events she attends.
As of her family, she has a younger sister named Avery. She hasn’t spoken about her education, and has actually revealed little about her early life.
Alligood is in the entertainment field, which naturally means that she is active on social media, which she uses to promote her work as well as to communicate with her fans. She has Twitter and Instagram accounts – some of her latest posts on Twitter include a Tweet in which she shared some photos taken at her prom.
She also posted about “Blitmore Blooms”, one of her previous projects.
Hannah shares photos from her private life on Instagram, recently posting a selfie about which her fans complimented her on her looks. One person wrote “Looks a little like your hometown. You rock b’ham girl. Still loving better things and recommending to everyone I know!”.
She often posts about school, and features her friends on her social media.
Despite being a public figure and sharing a fair amount of information with the audience, Alligood still prefers keeping some things behind closed doors, including her relationship status and dating history. At the age of 16 she’s most likely still single, although some people speculated that she might be dating a young man who accompanied her to the prom.
However, they’re seemingly just friends, and Hannah hasn’t confirmed or denied anything. She has never married and she doesn’t have any children – as she’s too young for that.
Alligood made her acting debut in 2013, when she joined the cast of “The Mighty Magic Cape II”, and followed by portraying Annabel in “Powers” in 2015.
As of the same year, she made her big breakthrough, working on the teenage movie “Paper Towns”, and getting a chance to collaborate with people such as Cara Delevingne, Nat Wolff, Austin Abrams and Justice Smith. Hannah then played Hayley in “Miracles from Heaven”, the movie based on the experiences of the Beam family, collaborating with Jennifer Garner, Kylie Rogers and Martin Henderson.
In the same year, she began working on the TV series entitled “Better Things”, starring as Frankie in the story about an actress who tries to raise her daughters and make it in Hollywood, which received a generally positive response from the audience, and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award. Her efforts were recognized is 2015, when she earned a Young Artist Award in the category of Supporting Actress, for her portrayal of young Margo in “Paper Towns”.
In Late 2017, Hannah starred in the iPad Pro ad, that depicted her as Scout, travelling over Brooklyn and using the mentioned gadget for multiple purposes. The ad got a lot of attention due to its end, in which her character, upon being asked what she’s doing on her computer, answers “What’s a computer?”. The ad has also been parodied on YouTube.