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Shawna Waldron Wiki/Biography
Shawna Langill Waldron was born on 25 January 1982, in Glendale, California USA, and is an actress, producer and screen writer who may still be best known for her starring role as Becky ‘Icebox’ O’Shea in the 1994 children’s film, “Little Giants”.
So just how rich is Shawna Waldron? Sources estimate that Shawna’s net worth is now over $1 million, her wealth having been earned from her career as an actress, writer and producer which began in 1994 and still continues after more than 20 years in the entertainment industry.
Shawna Waldron Net Worth $1 Million
Since she was only four years old, Shawna trained to be a competitive ice-skater and earned over 50 awards in this sport while she was just a kid. However, side by side with sport participation, she was also modeling clothes for local stores. When she was ten, after studying dance and acting Shawna began to give her full attention to the possibility of an acting career after realizing that this her passion, which even at that age she enjoyed, partly because of participating in several TV commercials which were the start of her net worth at an early age.
In 1994, Shawna was cast in probably her most famous role in “Little Giant”, as the only girl in a boys football team, which became a popular movie, portraying her well at 12 years of age. She followed this in the movie “The American President”, released in 1995, in which she played President Michael Douglas’ daughter, which certainly got her noticed again. Shawna subsequently played roles in “Mr. Headmistress” in 1998 as Beryl Andrews, and in “A Change of Heart“ in 1998 as Sarah Marshall. All added steadily to her growing net worth.
Shawna played her first television role in the “Morning Glory” pilot episode. In “Malony” she played the part of a girl who witnesses a homicide, and later in 1999, Shawna was nominated for Best Performance in a TV comedy series, for her role in “Ladies Man”, which was also nominated for best new comedy at the People’s Choice Awards; these exposures also helped add to her net worth.
Continuing her appearances in television series’ were in “Family Rules” in 1999 as Anne, and in 2001, Shawna earned several roles, in “Aftermath” as Tess, and in “The Yellow Sign” as Tess Reardon/Camilla.
Shawna’s first time as a producer and as a screen writer was in 2006, in “To Kill a Mockumentary “, in which she also played the a role in this movie of Samantha. In 2007 Shawna continued in acting when she played in “Stupidface”, followed by “Poison Ivy:The Secret Society” as Azalea in 2008, “Cyrus” in 2009 as Chloe, and in “Horror 88” as Joanna. In 2009, Shawna produced her second movie, “Character”. All these involvements helped increase her net worth, as all were modestly successful.
In her personal life, little is known of any romantic assignations, but she still enjoys horse-back riding and paintball in her spare tim.
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Date Of Birth||January 25, 1982|
|Place Of Birth||Glendale, California, United States|
|Height||5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Nicknames||Shawna Langill Waldron|
|TV Shows||Ladies Man, Family Rules|
|Dead Man Rising||2016||Clara|
|The Exorcism Diaries||2014||Short||Caz|
|Police Guys||2013||TV Movie||Shawna|
|3 Days in L.A.||2009||Amanda|
|Poison Ivy: The Secret Society||2008||TV Movie||Azalea|
|To Kill a Mockumentary||2004||Video||Samantha|
|The Yellow Sign||2001||Tess Reardon / Camilla|
|Ladies Man||1999-2000||TV Series||Bonnie Stiles|
|Family Rules||1999||TV Series||Anne Harrison|
|A Change of Heart||1998||TV Movie||Sarah Marshall|
|The Wonderful World of Disney||1998||TV Series||Beryl Andrews|
|Moloney||1996||TV Series||Jennifer Simms|
|The American President||1995||Lucy Shepherd|
|Little Giants||1994||Becky O'Shea|
|Char·ac·ter: The Interviews||2010||Documentary producer|
|To Kill a Mockumentary||2004||Video producer|
|To Kill a Mockumentary||2004||Video|
|Char·ac·ter: The Interviews||2010||Documentary camera operator|
|A Cloud So High||2017||thanks post-production|
|2014||Blue Glass Award||Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival||Best Actress||NightLights (2014)|
|2013||AOF/WAB Award||Action on Film International Film Festival, USA||Outstanding Cast Performance||Police Guys (2013)|
|2013||Action on Film Award||Action on Film International Film Festival, USA||Outstanding Cast Performance||Police Guys (2013)|
|2000||Young Artist Award||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series - Supporting Young Actress||Ladies Man (1999)|