Who is Ryan Phillippe’s daughter, Ava Elizabeth Phillippe? Wiki
Who is Ava Elizabeth Phillippe?
Ava Elizabeth Phillippe was born on 9 September 1999 under the zodiac sign of Virgo, in Santa Monica, California USA. She is a 21-year-old celebrity child, probably best recognized for being the daughter of famous actors Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon. She’s also a model and a social media star, who has amassed over 960,000 followers on her official Instagram account.
How rich is she, as of now? Ava Elizabeth Phillippe Net Worth
Being the daughter of millionaires, Ava Elizabeth Phillippe is also a millionaire. Her professional career is really yet to come, but she’s still earned close to $1 million, although still enjoying the net worth of her famous parents. As of early 2021, her father Ryan Phillippe has a net worth estimate at over $30 million, while her mother Reese Witherspoon has reputed wealth of approximately $200 million.
Early Life, Parents, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background
Ava Elizabeth Phillippe was raised by her parents, with her younger brother named Deacon Reese Phillippe. She also has a younger step-sister, named Kailani ‘Kai’ Merizalde Knapp, from her father’s next relationship with actress Alexis Knapp, and a younger step-brother, named Tennessee James Toth, from her mother’s next marriage to talent agent Jim Toth. She holds American nationality and belongs to the White Caucasian ethnic group. Regarding her education, Ava matriculated in 2018, and as of mid-2021, is a student at the University of California, Berkeley.
Ava Elizabeth Phillippe has started pursuing her career in the fashion industry as a model. She made her debut when she posted for the lookbook for Rodarte’s Fall 2018 collection, along with other celebrities such as Tessa Thompson and Danai Gurira.
She subsequently became the face of her mother’s clothing and lifestyle brand, called Draper James. and they even modeled together for the brand’s Spring 2018 collection. Ava is also an Instagram model and influencer, and has collaborated with such brands as Chanel and Tiffany and Co. through partnerships.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Ava Elizabeth Phillippe has long naturally blonde hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 6ins (1.72m), while her weight is around 116lbs (53kgs), and has vital statistics of 34-26-36. Her bra size is 32A, dress size 2 (US), and shoe size 8 (US).
Personal Life and Hobbies
Ava Elizabeth Phillippe was rumored to be romantically involved with Paul McCartney’s grandson, Arthur Donald, back in 2018. In the following year, she started dating a guy named Owen Mahoney, and they’re apparently still going strong.
In her spare time, Ava enjoys sketching, drawing, and making clay sculptures, and is also interested in photography.
Love Story of Her Parents
Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon met each other at the latter’s 21st birthday party in 1997, immediately fell in love and started dating. The couple took a step closer to marriage in December of the following year when Ryan popped the question, and they eventually tied the knot at a wedding ceremony at Old Wide Awake Plantation, near Charleston, South Carolina, on 5 June 1999. After being married for seven years, Ryan and Reese when their separate ways and divorced, she filing for divorce citing irreconcilable differences, finalized on 13 June 2008.
Who Is Her Father? Ryan Phillippe Short Wiki/Bio
Matthew Ryan Phillippe was born on 10 September 1974 under the zodiac sign of Virgo, in New Castle, Delaware USA, where he was raised by his father, Richard Phillippe who worked as a chemist, and his mother Susan Phillippe, who ran a daycare center in the family house.
He has three sisters named Kristen, Katelyn and Lindsay. He attended New Castle Christian Academy, then furthered his education at Barbizon in Wilmington, Delaware, from which he graduated.
Ryan Phillippe started his acting career in 1992 when he joined the cast of the ABC soap opera “One Life To Live”, starring in the role of Billy Douglas through 1993. It was followed by his portrayal of Stew Atkins in the drama TV mini-series “The Secrets Of Lake Success” (1993), and Robert Fowler in the made-for-TV film “A Perry Mason Mystery: The Case Of The Grimacing Governor” (1994). He then played Tom Redman in the Fox natural horror “Deadly Invasion: The Killer Bee Nightmare”, and featured as Seaman Grattam in Tony Scott’s action thriller “Crimson Tide”, both in 1995.
In the next year, Ryan landed the role of Gil Martin in the disaster survival film “White Squall”, directed by Ridley Scott, played Private Ryan in the sci-fi thriller “Lifeform”, and portrayed Kenny Marks in the made-for-TV comedy film “Time Well Spent”.
Rise to Fame
In 1997, Ryan had parts as Shad in the black comedy “Nowhere”, and Jimmy West / Danny Knight in the independent drama “Little Boy Blue”. His big break came later that year when he secured the role of Barry Cox in the slasher “I Know What You Did Last Summer”. It led him to pursue more serious roles in the following year, such as Harlan Dykstra in the dark comedy-drama thriller “Homegrown”, Keenan in the comedy “Playing By Heart”, and Shane O’Shea in the drama “54”, alongside Salma Hayek, Neve Campbell, and Mike Myers. In 1999, Ryan starred as Sebastian Valmont in the teen romantic drama “Cruel Intentions”, next to his then wife Reese Witherspoon.
It was followed by his portrayals of Petrov in the comedy “Company Man” and Mr. Parker in the crime “The Way Of The Gun”, both in 2000. In the next year, Ryan took the roles of Milo Hoffman in the thriller “Antitrust” and Henry Denton in the satirical mystery “Gosford Park”, directed by Robert Altman. He then played Oliver in the 2002 comedy-drama “Igby Goes Down”, Simon Cable in the 2004 psychological thriller “The I Inside”, and Officer Hanson in the 2004 crime “Crash”. It was followed by his appearance as Shane Dekker in the action thriller “Chaos” (2005).
In 2006, Ryan secured the roles of Martijn in the thriller “Five Fingers” and John Bradley in the war film “Flags Of Our Fathers”, directed by Clint Eastwood. He then played Eric O’Neill in the 2007 spy thriller “Breach”, opposite Chris Cooper. It was followed by his portrayals of Brandon King in the war film “Stop-Loss” and Preest / David Esser in the fantasy “Franklyn”, both in 2008.
Two years later, he featured as Dixon Piper in the action-comedy “MacGruber” and Greg Marinovich in the biographical drama “The Bang Bang Club”.
In 2011, Ryan had parts as Louis Roulet in the legal thriller “The Lincoln Lawyer”, along with Matthew McConaughey, and Vincent in the heist action “Setup”. He then starred in the role of Channing McClaren in the FX legal thriller series “Damages” and Bachmeier in the dark comedy “Revenge For Jolly!”, both in 2012. Thereafter, he featured as Scott in the 2013 romantic comedy “Straight A’s” and Steven in the 2014 action thriller “Reclaim”. The same year, he co-wrote, directed, produced, and starred as Reagan Pearce in the thriller “Catch Hell”.
In 2015, Ryan Phillippe landed the main role of Ben Crawford in the ABC mystery anthology series “Secrets And Lies”.
Between 2016 and 2018, he was cast as Bob Lee Swagger in the USA Network thriller drama series “Shooter”, for which he also served as a producer. Concurrently, he also played Jonathan Shannon in the 2017 supernatural horror “Wish Upon”, directed by John R. Leonetti. In 2020, he portrayed Major Vic Davis in the action thriller “The 2nd” and featured as Charley in the crime “Brothers By Blood”. Most recently, he joined the cast of the ABC crime drama series “Big Sky” (2020-present), playing Cody Hoyt.
Who Is Her Mother? Reese Witherspoon Short Wiki/Bio
Laura Jeanne Reese Witherspoon was born on 22 March 1976 under the zodiac sign of Aries, in New Orleans, Louisiana USA to John Draper Witherspoon, who was an otolaryngologist (ear and throat deseases), and Mary Elizabeth Witherspoon.
She attended middle school at Harding Academy, and later matriculated from Harpeth Hall School in Nashville. She then enrolled into Stanford University, but left to pursue a career.
Reese Witherspoon made her film debut as Dani Trant in the coming-of-age drama “The Man In The Moon”, after which she made her TV debut as Ellie Perkins in the made-for-TV romantic film “Wildflower”, both in 1991. He then played Cassie Robbins in the NBC drama film “Desperate Choices: To Save My Child” (1992) and starred as Ferris Dunnigan in the CBS Western drama mini-series “Return To Lonesome Dove” (1993). Later that year, she also portrayed Nonnie Parker in the Disney adventure “A Far Off Place” and Karen Morris in the drama “Jack The Bear”. It was followed by her portrayal of Wendy Pfister in the 1994 black comedy “S.F.W.”.
Rise to Stardom
In 1996, Reese took the roles of Vanessa Lutz in the comedy thriller “Freeway” and Nicole Walker in the thriller “Fear”. Two years later, she had parts as Mel Ames in the neo-noir thriller “Twilight”, Ivy Miller in the romantic comedy “Overnight Delivery”, and Jennifer in the fantasy comedy-drama “Pleasantville”, for which she won the Young Hollywood Award for Best Female Breakthrough Performance. In 1999, she played Lissa in the thriller “Best Laid Plans”, Tracy Flick in the black comedy “Election”, and Annette Hargrove in the teen romantic drama “Cruel Intentions”, next to her husband Ryan Phillippe. The next year, she was cast as Holly in the fantasy comedy “Little Nicky” and Evelyn Williams in the slasher “American Psycho”.
In 2001, Reese voiced Serena in the animated film “The Trumpet Of The Swan”.
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She gained worldwide recognition later that year as Elle Woods in the 2001 comedy “Legally Blonde”, which she reprised in its 2003 sequel, entitled “Legally Blonde 2”, which she also produced. She then appeared as Cecily in the comedy “The Importance Of Being Earnest” and Melanie Smooter in the romantic comedy “Sweet Home Alabama”, both in 2002. She then portrayed Becky Sharp in the historical drama “Vanity Fair” (2004).
In 2005, Reese landed the role of Elizabeth in the romantic comedy “Just Like Heaven” and June Carter Cash in the biographical drama “Walk The Line”, which earned her the Academy Award for Best Actress and the Golden Globe Award in the same category. It was followed by her portrayals of Annie in the fantasy “Penelope” (2006), Isabella Fields El-Ibrahimi in the thriller “Rendition” (2007), and Kate in the comedy “Four Christmases” (2008).
She then did the voice-over of Susan Murphy in the 2009 animated sci-fi comedy “Monsters Vs. Aliens”, played Lisa in the 2010 romantic comedy “How Do You Know”, and starred as Marlena in the 2011 romantic drama “Water For Elephants”.
In 2012, she had parts as Lauren in the action spy comedy “This Means War” and Juniper in the coming-of-age drama “Mud”. Thereafter, she played Pamela Hobbs in the 2013 biographical crime drama “Devil’s Knot”, produced the 2014 thriller “Gone Girl”, and produced and featured as Cheryl in the 2014 biographical adventure “Wild”, which earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. The same year, Reese also took the roles of Carrie in the drama “The Good Lie” and Penny Kimball in the neo-noir crime “Inherent Vice”. She then produced and played Rose Cooper in the 2015 action-comedy “Hot Pursuit” and voiced Rosita in the 2016 animated musical comedy “Sing”.
Between 2017 and 2019, Reese produced and starred in the lead role of Madeline Martha Mackenzie, in the HBO drama series “Big Little Lies”, winning the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Television Movie. She also won the Golden Globe Award for Best Miniseries or Television Film (as Executive Producer). Concurrently, she portrayed Alice in the 2017 romantic comedy “Home Again” and Mrs. Whatsit in the 2018 fantasy “A Wrinkle In Time”.
In 2018, she produced the reality home improvement series “Master The Mess”, and her own talk show “Shine On With Reese”, both on DirecTV. She then produced the drama “Lucy In The Sky” (2019), and the Apple TV+ drama series “Truth Be Told” (2019-2020). Since 2019, Reese has been producing, and playing Bradley Jackson in the Apple TV+ drama series “The Morning Show”. Most recently, she played Elena Richardson in the Hulu drama series “Little Fires Everywhere” (2020), which she also produced.