Aimee Teegarden Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Aimee Teegarden is an American actress and model with a net worth of $3 million. Aimee Teegarden was born and raised in the suburbs of LA. When the show came to a conclusion in 2011, she went to appear in jobs like Scream 4, Prom, AWOL, Beneath the Darkness and Love and Honor. This 1989-born performer has also pursued an effective modeling profession, posing for important efforts including Old Navy, Tommy Hilfiger, Alltel, Hollister, and YMI jeans.
Aimee Teegarden Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Apart from her professional responsibilities, Aimee is a part of Job’s Daughter, an organization for young women to give back and help the community and local charities. While as an animal rights advocate, she’s made an appearance in a PETA anti-fur campaign advertisement.
October 10, 1989
Downey, California, United States
5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Actor, Model, Film Producer
United States of America
Young Hollywood Award for TV Actress of the Year
Rings, My Bakery in Brooklyn, Call Me Crazy: A Five Film, Love and Honor, Beautiful Wave, Beneath the Darkness, Prom, Scream 4, Call of the Wild, For Sale by Owner, The Perfect Age of Rock 'n' Roll, Sailing for Madagascar
In 2007, Aimee Teegarden was the one who read the question, "Recent polls have shown a fifth of Americans can't locate the US on a world map. Why do you think this is?" to Miss Teen USA 2007 contestant Caite Upton (Miss South Carolina Teen USA). The question became infamous when Ms. Upton botched the answer with a string of nonsensical and non-germane responses, and the resulting video became a popular Internet meme. Ms. Upton's answer was: "I personally believe that U.S. Americans are unable to do so because, uh, some, uh...people out there in our nation don't have maps, and, uh, I believe that our education like such as South Africa and, uh, the Iraq everywhere like, such as and...I believe that they should, our education over here in the U.S. should help the U.S., err, uh, should help South Africa and should help the Iraq and the Asian countries, so we will be able to build up our future for our children".
Member of Looking Ahead.
Animals in general have always been my passion, project, crusade - whatever you want to call it! The ocean is such a huge, beautiful thing that I feel like we all take for granted.
I don't know if I've ever been in a clique. The older I've gotten, the more I've realized what a true friend really is. So my friendship circle has changed a bit.
The teenage years are ridiculously crucial and hard and, um, awkward.
Whatever you do, be happy with you. Don't conform. You are who you are, and you shouldn't change that for anybody.
No matter where you are or where you grow up, you always go through the same awkward moments of being a teenager and growing up and trying to figure out who you are.
I don't have a TV at my house. I literally do not. I have a television, but I don't have anything plugged into it, though. I watch DVDs.
In general I like a guy who is athletic, somebody who can teach me something. Whether it's teaching me a new way to cut on a wave or teach me a three-point conversion or teach me how to dribble a soccer ball. There's something really cool about that.
I was never part of that cliquey girl drama. Most of my friends were guys growing up, so I was never part of that whole toxic energy. It seemed like way too much hassle.
I think dates considered super corny and cheesy - whether it's going bowling or miniature golf or something where you can be competitive and just have fun with each other - those always make the most memorable dates!
Don't worry about everything and really enjoy the moment.