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Kelsey Asbille Chow Wiki/Biography
Kelsey Asbille Chow was born on 9 September 1991, in Columbia, South Carolina, USA, into a family of part-Chinese ancestry through her father, and is best known as the actress who portrayed Mikayla Makoola in ‘‘Pair of Kings’’, and Tracy in ‘‘Teen Wolf’’.
So just how rich is Kelsey Chow as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, this actress has a net worth of over $1 million, accumulated from her 13 years-long career in the mentioned field.
Kelsey Chow Net Worth $1 Million
Kelsey was raised in her hometown with a younger brother and sister, and attended Hammond High School. The community theatre gave her some stage-acting experience, after which in 2005 she made her acting debut with the role of Gigi in the TV series ‘‘One Three Hill’’ when just 13, and continued appearing in the series over the course of the next four years, attracting more attention and exposure in the media, as the mentioned series was popular worldwide. In the meantime, she had a minor role in ‘‘The Suite Life of Zack and Cody’’, Disney’s beloved television series in 2008, then in 2010 Chow landed the role of Mikayla Makoola, one of the main characters of ‘‘Pair of Kings’’, Disney channel’s television series, starring with actors such as Laramie Doc Shaw and Ryan Ochoa in the story of teenage twins from Chicago, who discover that they are heirs to the throne of an island; the series received a mixed response, but did fairly well among the younger audience, and was nominated for two Primetime Emmy awards – Outstanding Cinematography for a Multi-Camera Series and was additionally nominated for Image Award in the category of Outstanding Writing in a Comedy Series. Kelsey’s net worth was well established.
In 2013, she portrayed Emily in ‘‘Run’’, starring alongside William Moseley, Edoardo Ballerini and Craig Henningsen, and the same year starred in ‘‘The Wine of Summer’’, opposite Elsa Pataky, Marcia Gay Harden and Sonia Barga; the film follows the story of an actor who goes to Spain looking for a playwright and has a trip that suddenly binds him to a group of people who never knew each other before, and received mixed to positive response. Continuing to work at a steady pace, Kelsey appeared in projects such as ‘‘Hieroglyph’’, in which she portrayed Lotus Tenry, the main character, and ‘‘Baby Daddy’’. As of 2015, she began working on ‘‘Teen Wolf’’, a critically acclaimed television action drama series, working with actors such as Tyler Posey, Dylan O’Brien and Holland Roden, and lifting her net worth.
Chow then landed the role of Marissa in ‘‘Embeds’’, ultimately appearing in its six episodes in 2017, and during the same year, the audience was able to see her in ‘‘Wind River’’, in which she portrayed Natalie, the main character, and which received a generally positive response and was rewarded with an American Indian Movie Award, Un Certain Regard – Best Director and Hollywood Breakthrough Award. When it comes to her future projects, Kelsey’s series ‘‘Splitting up Together’’ is currently in post-production, and her series ‘‘Yellowstone’’ is in the process of filming.
Besides working on television and silver screen, Kelsey also appeared in the music video for ‘‘Girls Like Girl’’, by Hayley Kiyoko, alongside Stefanie Scott.
In her personal life, Kelsey has been in a relationship with William Moseley since 2012. Chow is active on social media such as Instagram on which she’s followed by over 50,000 people.
|Full Name||Kelsey Chow|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Date Of Birth||September 9, 1991|
|Place Of Birth||Columbia, South Carolina, USA|
|Education||Hammond High School, Columbia University|
|Parents||Jim Chow, Jean Chow|
|Movies||Wind River, Run, The Wine of Summer, The Amazing Spider-Man, Den Brother, My Sweet Misery|
|TV Shows||Pair of Kings, Hieroglyph|
|1||The Wine of Summer (2013) is a beautiful film about love lost and found, and the complexities of life while discovering who you are. It was filmed primarily in and around Barcelona, and the imagery is breathtaking.|
|2||I want to do roles that will challenge me. I'm definitely interested in period pieces. But I definitely don't want to limit myself. I'm very open to different roles.|
|3||It's fun to get away from myself for a while when I take on these roles that have very different personalities from my own. I get to say things I normally wouldn't say or act in ways I normally wouldn't act. After all, such roles are more challenging because you really have to immerse yourself in the character.|
|4||Run (2013) is exciting, about family secrets, the mystery surrounding them and the outdoor sport of parkour. The story itself is full of intrigue and action, but the parkour takes the story to another level. It was an absolutely incredible experience, working with experts from all over the country.|
|5||I enjoy having the ability to play a variety of ethnicities. Being ethnically ambiguous allows me to explore many roles, and I enjoy being free to be whoever I want to be.|
|6||I love mixing prints. The costume designer for Pair of Kings (2010) and I have actually incorporated the trend for my character 'Mikayla.'|
|7||The more you love a person, you more you should respect that person. Encourage her to be the best she can be, and you'll both be happier.|
|8||I definitely want to study global health. Right now I'm working on all the prerequisite core curriculum that Columbia has. So getting all of that out of the way. And I definitely want to pursue something along the lines of public health.|
|9||I'm very lucky to have a strong support system with my friends and my family. They have kept me grounded.|
|10||Pair of Kings (2010) is so much fun, literally. It is a very physical show with loads of stunts and green screen work, and you never know what great adventure is ahead of you! It's also a nice change in terms of being of similar ages to Larramie Doc Shaw and Mitchel Musso.|
|11||I enjoyed the drama of One Tree Hill (2003) and the opportunity to be one of the comedic aspects, initially.|
|12||Dance and theatre afforded me the opportunity to discover my passion for acting, for telling stories.|
|13||One Tree Hill (2003) was my first television experience, so naturally I was nervous initially. There is no rehearsal, you get your script a few days ahead, and you work. I was also the youngest actor, 13, on set at that time, but it was amazing to be able to 'learn the ropes' with such a supportive group of people.|
|14||I wish I could read minds. It's a dangerous superpower, so I'd wish for it to come with a switch where I could turn it off if I wanted to. You'd learn a lot about people, that's for sure!|
|15||I like vintage dresses that I can just slip on.|
|16||My 94-year-old grandmother has always been so inspiring to me. She is kind, smart, brave, and independent. After graduating number one in her medical school class at a time when it was extremely rare for women to attend medical school, she worked with the World Health Organization in North Africa to eradicate tuberculosis.|
|17||I was really young when I started on One Tree Hill (2003) and the encouragement from my friends and family has been crucial in my development as an actress. I'm also continuously surprised and humbled by the kindness and generosity of the fans.|
|18||I've always wanted to work with Sean Connery - there's something about his style, and his calm, cool demeanor that I find intriguing.|
|19||One Tree Hill (2003) will always be very, very special to me. It was my first television show. And my first gig in the business. It was surreal. I booked the role when I was 13. I had just started high school, and literally, I think, a week into high school, I found out I got the role. It was unimaginable! I learned so much from that show.|
|20||When you're young, you don't think about your career or your future - you perform because you love it.|
|Brimming with Love||2017||TV Movie post-production||Allie Morgan|
|Splitting Up Together||2017||TV Movie pre-production||Charlotte|
|Wind River||2017||Natalie Hanson|
|Teen Wolf||2015-2016||TV Series||Tracy Stewart|
|Full of Grace||2015/I||Zara (as Kelsey Chow)|
|Hayley Kiyoko: Girls Like Girls||2015||Video short||Sonya|
|Found Footage||2014/III||Short as Kelsey Chow|
|Baby Daddy||2014||TV Series||Stephanie|
|Hieroglyph||2014||TV Movie||Lotus Tenry (as Kelsey Chow)|
|The Wine of Summer||2013||Brit (as Kelsey Chow)|
|Run||2013/I||Emily Baltimore (as Kelsey Chow)|
|Pair of Kings||2010-2013||TV Series||Mikayla Makoola|
|The Amazing Spider-Man||2012||Hot Girl (as Kelsey Chow)|
|Den Brother||2010||TV Movie||Matisse Burrows (as Kelsey Chow)|
|My Sweet Misery||2009||Girlfriend Past (as Kelsey Chow)|
|One Tree Hill||2005-2009||TV Series||Gigi|
|The Suite Life of Zack and Cody||2008||TV Series||Dakota|
|Mojave||2015||special thanks - as Kelsey Chow|
|Access Hollywood||2013||TV Series||Herself|
|Disney Friends for Change Games||2011||TV Special||Herself (as Kelsey Chow)|