Laura Dianne Vandervoort
Laura Dianne Vandervoort Net Worth: Laura Vandervoort is a Canadian film and television actress who has a net worth of $2 million dollars. A tomboyish girl who turned into a gorgeous lady, Laura Dianne Vandervoort has been present in the entertainment industry for seventeen years. Born on September 9, 1984 in Ontario, Canada, she was a frail baby but as she grew up she became tougher and got involved in several sports such as football, karate, basketball, tennis, gymnastics and baseball. She even earned a second degree Black Belt in karate. However, she eventually superseded her passion for sport with that of acting. Laure was thirteen when she first started taking acting classes in her native Toronto, after which she subsequently went on auditioning for a variety of locally shot plays and television shows. Thus, her first major appearance on television was a child role on the TV series "Are You Afraid of the Dark". In 2003 she earned a leading role in CTV TV serials "Instant Star", where she played the role of Sadie Harrison. The series aired for four seasons. Other notable TV projects that she has completed are the American television series Smallville and the ABC science fiction series V. In 2007 she appeared in her first feature "The Lookout" where she enjoyed the company of Jeff Daniels, Matthew Goode as well as Isla Fisher. Two years later, she took over where Jessica Alba left off, playing the lead female part in "Into the Blue 2: The Reef". In 2010 Vendervoort was cast in miniseries "Riversworld" where she played the role of Jessie Machalan. She posed for an "Exotic Skins" campaign in 2011. While recently, in 2014, she occupies the cover pages of Next Big Thing Magazine and Maxim Issue. Also, she took part of the 2014 series Bitten, a TV adaption of Kelley Armstrong's book series Women of the Otherworld as Elena Michaels. As for her romantic comedy "Coffee Shop", it has just been completed.
|Net Worth:||$2 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Sep 22, 1984 (35 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.69 m)|