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What is Milana Vayntrub net worth?
Milana Vayntrub is a Soviet-born American actress, comedian, and activist with a net worth of $3 million. She is a daughter of Jewish refugees, she began her career as a child actress shortly after immigrating to the United States.
Milana came to prominence for her appearances in AT&T television commercials as saleswoman Lily Adams from 2013 to 2016 and since 2020. In addition to her commercial appearances, she was a series regular on Other Space (2015) and had a recurring role on This Is Us (2016–2017). Vayntrub has also voiced Squirrel Girl in the Marvel Rising franchise since 2018 after being cast as the character in the unaired television pilot for New Warriors.
Milana Aleksandrovna Vayntrub was born on March 8, 1987(age 34 years) in Tashkent, Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, and is Jewish. When she was two years old, she and her parents immigrated to the U.S. as refugees to escape antisemitism, settling in West Hollywood.
Milana Vayntrub biography
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She started acting in Mattel Barbie commercials at the age of five, due in part to her family’s financial problems. Vayntrub briefly attended Beverly Hills High School, but dropped out after her sophomore year, got a GED, and went on to earn a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from University of California, San Diego. She studied improv comedy with the Upright Citizens Brigade.
Vayntrub made her acting debut appearing in three episodes of the NBC television series ER in 1995. She and Stevie Nelson teamed up to start the YouTube comedy channel Live Prude Girls where they produced a number of shorts. Live Prude Girls went on to be featured on NewMediaRockstars’ Top 100 Channels countdown, ranked at number 93. Vayntrub has had small roles in film and television, including Life Happens and Silicon Valley. She has also starred in several CollegeHumor videos.
From 2013 to 2016, Vayntrub portrayed a saleswoman named Lily Adams in a series of TV commercials for AT&T. She returned to the role in 2020. She also portrayed Tina Shukshin as a series regular on the Yahoo! Screen series Other Space, created by Paul Feig, in 2015.
The following year, she appeared in Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot alongside Other Space cast members Neil Casey, Eugene Cordero, Bess Rous, and Karan Soni. Between 2016 and 2017, she appeared in the television series This Is Us, playing Sloane Sandburg.
In July 2017, Vayntrub was cast in the lead role of Marvel Comics superheroine Squirrel Girl in the New Warriors television pilot for Freeform.
Freeform ultimately passed on the series that November, and despite attempts to move the series to another network, it was ultimately cancelled.
Despite the series’ cancellation, Vayntrub voiced Squirrel Girl in the Marvel Rising franchise. Also in 2017, Vayntrub starred in the Eko interactive streaming television series That Moment When as Jill.
Milana Vayntrub Husband
Milana Vayntrub is married to one handsome man, her husband is a private person. However, Milana had revealed on her Facebook page wearing a wedding ring yet many fans are still wondering if she is married. She starred in the film Mother’s Little Helpers in 2019, which premiered at South by Southwest. In April 2020, Comedy Central’s YouTube channel released three sketches starring Vayntrub and Akilah Hughes as part of a new digital sketch series called Making Fun With Akilah and Milana.
She starred in the Quibi streaming television series Die Hart and in the short film The Shabbos Goy as Hannah, both released in July 2020.
Milana Vayntrub net worth
How much is Milana Vayntrub worth? Milana Vayntrub net worth is estimated at around $3 million. Her major source of income is generated from her primary career as an actress and comedy. However, in January 2016, after visiting Greece and meeting with refugee families fleeing the Syrian Civil War, Vayntrub co-founded a website and social media movement called Can’t Do Nothing to spotlight the European migrant crisis.