How much is Hayden Panettiere worth?
|Net Worth:||$15 Million
|Date of Birth:||August 21, 1989|
|Country:||United States of America|
About Hayden Panettiere
Before turning indestructible on NBC’s blockbuster show Heroes, she played the loudmouthed tween daughter in Remember the Titans. Hayden Panettiere is well-known for playing the indomitable cheerleader superheroine from the television show Heroes, but this little actress is also a budding activist, aspiring musician, public figure, and actor.
A Blonde Pint-Sized Star
Lesley R. Vogel, a former soap opera actress, and Skip Panettiere, a fire department lieutenant, welcomed Hayden Leslie Panettiere into the world in Palisades, New York.
Before making any of her own, she followed in her mother’s footsteps by making appearances in advertisements when she was just 11 months old.
Panettiere was cast as Sarah Roberts on One Live to Live when she was five years old, and by the time she was eight, she was playing Lizzie Spaulding on Guiding Light. In Disney’s Remember the Titans, Panettiere received her first significant cinematic role as Sheryl Yoast in 2000. She made another impression on television in 2002 when Calista Flockhart’s kid was cast in the Ally McBeal role.
However, Panettiere didn’t become well-known in the country until she was given the role of Claire Bennet on NBC’s Heroes, a cheerleader with regenerative healing abilities. As a result of the show, which lasted from 2006 to 2010, Hayden became well-known and a favorite among viewers. When she made the rounds of the sci-fi convention circuit, signing tons of signatures at New York and San Diego Comic-Cons, she captured the hearts of fanboys all over the world. In a steamy photo shoot for GQ in 2007, Panettiere ditched her innocent schoolgirl persona as well as her attire and was dubbed the magazine’s Obsession of the Year.
After recording a few songs for Disney in her early years, she leveraged the success of Heroes to try her hand at singing. However, her debut single, “Wake Up Call,” was a commercial disaster, and her career as a singer was short-lived.
She achieved considerably greater success as a spokesperson, appearing in numerous advertisements as the Neutrogena spokeswoman and in widespread advertising campaigns as the Candie’s spokesman.
Panettiere continued to be a prominent figure after Heroes was canceled, taking home the lead in the 2009 romantic comedy I Love You, Beth Cooper! She played the notoriously convicted killer Amanda Knox in Lifetime’s contentious dramatization of The Amanda Knox Story, becoming the newest actor to take on the Ghostface killer in 2011’s Scream 4.
A fulfilling personal life
Panettiere has gained notoriety for her dating life and political views even though she is best recognized for her performances. She originally dated Stephen Colletti, a star of Laguna Beach and an ex-boyfriend of Kristin Cavallari, in a well-known relationship. When the couple split up in 2007, speculations of Panettiere dating her hot Heroes co-star Milo Ventimiglia spread like wildfire. Ventimiglia announced their romance to the world in 2008, but by 2009, it had ended. Soon later, viewers were astonished to learn that Panettiere was dating 13-year-old Ukrainian heavyweight fighter Wladimir Klitschko, who is over a foot taller than the diminutive actress.
She caused quite a stir in the media in 2007 when she went to Japan to oppose the killing of dolphins by local fisherman. The Cove, an Oscar-winning documentary, depicts the event that attracted attention on a global scale. She has also expressed her opposition to commercial whaling and her support for President Barack Obama, Greenpeace, and Ronald McDonald House Charities.
“I have the occasional glass of champagne when I’m celebrating something, but generally, I don’t drink. I’m a pizza-and-a-movie girl.”