Alaia Baldwin Wiki Bio
American actress and model Alaia Baldwin was born in Nyack, New York State USA, (some sources state in Tucson, Arizona) on 23 January 1993, making her zodiac sign Aquarius. She’s perhaps only known for being a daughter of famous American actor, producer and director Stephen Andrew Baldwin.
Education and early life
Alaia was raised in Nyack alongside her younger sister Hailey Bieber, by their father Stephen and mother Kennya Baldwin, who’s a Brazilian-American graphic designer; Hailey’s today married to famous Canadian singer Justin Bieber. Stephen and Kennya met in 1987 in New York City and married in 1990.
Alaia studied at York Preparatory School in New York City, and was interested in several activities during her time there, including acting with the school’s drama club and dancing. She matriculated in 2011 and then enrolled at Parsons School of Design, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in fashion design in 2015.
Alaia’s been working as a model for close to 10 years now, but not many details about the brands and companies which she’s posed for have been disclosed.
She has a single acting credit, portraying one of the lead characters DJ B Dancer in the 2013 short comedy movie “DJ B: Party All The Time, Let’s Celebrate! (Hey Hey)”, which also starred Brett Eidman and Johanna Block, and was directed by Zack Bornstein and Luke Kelly-Clyne; it follows the life of a successful DJ.
Love life and husband
Alaia rarely speaks about her love life in public, but it’s known that she’s today married to American film producer Andre Aronow. The two met at the beach in Parrot Cay and began dating in 2014; they became engaged in 2016, and married in a private ceremony on 2 September 2017. Andrew’s perhaps known best for writing and producing the 2015 documentary movie “Fandom”.
Alaia gave birth to their daughter Iris Elle Aronow on 17 August 2020, and the family of three’s today leading a seemingly happy life in New York City.
There are no other men whom Alaia’s perhaps been with, that we know about.
Interesting facts and hobbies
Alaia was 22 when she was diagnosed with endometriosis in 2016; it’s a condition which can cause pain, inflammation and can lead to infertility. She suffered intense menstrual cramps for several months but the doctors didn’t find traces of endometriosis; it was Dr. Tamer Seckin who advised Alaia to undergo laparoscopic surgery, during which he discovered that she was suffering from stage 2 endometriosis, and he was successful at removing it. Alaia’s since been sitting on the Junior Board of the Endometriosis Foundation of America.
More than 150,000 people are following Alaia on Instagram today; she’s posted over 1,400 pictures onto the network, and most feature her spending time with her daughter.
Although she was once passionate about travelling, Alaia nowadays prefers to stay at home with her daughter.
Summer’s her favorite season.
Alaia’s favorite actress is Julianne Moore, and some of her favorite movies include “Still Alice”, “Far from Heaven” and “Maps to the Stars”.
Appearance and net worth
Alaia’s age is 30. She has blue eyes and brown hair, is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall and weighs around 135lbs (62kgs).
Alaia’s net worth’s been estimated at over $300,000, as of August 2023, and her father Stephen’s at more than $1 million.
Who is her father Stephen?
American actor Stephen Andrew Baldwin was born in Massapequa, New York State, on 12 May 1966, making Taurus his zodiac sign. He has more than 100 acting credits but is perhaps still known best for portraying McManus in the 1995 crime mystery movie “The Usual Suspects”, which starred Kevin Spacey and Gabriel Byrne, and was directed by Bryan Singer. It follows the only survivor of a pier shoot-out as he’s telling his story, and the film won 37 of its 54 award nominations, including Oscar wins for Best Writing and Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
Stephen was raised in Massapequa alongside his brothers William, Daniel and Alec, all of whom are today popular actors, by their father Alexander Rae Baldwin Jr. who taught social studies at a high school and was a football coach, and mother Carol Newcomb (nee Martineau) who was the founder of The Baldwin Fund. Stephen was raised Catholic.
He studied at a local high school and was mostly into wrestling and acting during his time there; he matriculated in 1984, and then enrolled at American Academy of Dramatic Arts, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1988.
Stephen’s debut TV series role was playing Student in the 1986 episode “The Trouble with Jason” of the comedy “Kate & Allie”, and his debut film role was playing Luna Park Drunk in the 1988 romantic crime drama “Homeboy”. His breakthrough performance was portraying Billy Vorsovich in the 1989 biographical war movie “Born on the Fourth of July”, which starred Tom Cruise and Bryan Larkin, and was written and directed by Oliver Stone. It tells the true story of Ron Kovic who fought in Vietnam and was left paralyzed, then became a pro-human rights and anti-war political activist; the film won 15 of its 41 award nominations, including Oscar wins for Best Actor in a Leading Role (Tom Cruise) and Best Director.
Some of Stephen’s most notable performances in the ‘90s were perhaps in the 1993 action thriller comedy movie “Bitter Harvest”, the 1995 action comedy film “Under the Hula Moon” and the 1999 romantic comedy movie “Friends & Lovers”.
In 2006, he portrayed Joe Genest in the crime film “Jesse Stone: Night Passage”, which starred Tom Selleck and Viola Davis, and was directed by Robert Harmon; it follows a police officer from Los Angeles, California as he’s solving mysteries. The remainder of the 2000s saw Stephen appear in the 2006 thriller movie “The Genius Club”, the 2008 action adventure film “Sky Kids” and the 2009 action thriller comedy movie “Shoot the Duke”.
He portrayed Pastor in the 2015 drama movie “Hoovey”, which starred Cody Linley and Patrick Warburton, and was directed by Sean McNamara. It follows the lives of firefighter Jeff Elliott and his wife Ruth, and the film won seven awards.
Some of Stephen’s most recent roles have been in the action thriller movie “Mission: The Prophet”, the horror thriller comedy movie “Blood Pageant” and all 10 episodes of the drama series “Nova Vita”, all released in 2021.
Stephen’s won four of his nine award nominations, his wins include a 1995 Awards Circuit Community Award for Best Cast Ensemble, for his and his colleagues’ performance in “The Usual Suspects”, and a 1996 The Stinkers Bad Movie Award for Worst On-Screen Hairstyle, for “Bio-Dome”.
Stephen filed for bankruptcy in July 2009, claiming more than $2.3 million in debt.