Troian Bellisario Net Worth

Troian Bellisario Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Troian Avery Bellisario net worth is
$3 Million

Troian Avery Bellisario Wiki Biography

Troian Avery Bellisario was born on the 28th October 1985 in Los Angeles, California USA, of French and Italian(father), and Creole and African-American(mother) descent, and is an actress, best known to the world for playing roles such as Spencer Hastings in “Pretty Little Liars” (2010-2017), Lucie in “Martyrs” (2015), and Amanda in “Consent” (2010) among others. She is also known as a daughter of famous producers Donald P. Bellisario and Deborah Pratt. Her career has been active since 1988.

Have you ever wondered how rich Troian Bellisario is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Bellisario’s net worth is as high as $3 million, an amount earned through her successful acting career.

Troian Bellisario Net Worth $3 Million

Troian Bellisario grew up in Los Angeles, with a younger brother and three half-brothers. She went to Campbell Hall School, located in North Hollywood, after which she studied at the University of Southern California and graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

Since an early age she was exposed to cameras because of her parents` vocation, and she made her acting debut in the film “Last Rites” (1988), directed and written by her father, when she was only three years old. Through her childhood, she made several appearances in TV series, including “Quantum Leap” (1990), “Tequila and Bonetti” (1992), “JAG” (1998), and in the film “Billboard Dad” (1998), featuring the Olsen twins Mary-Kate and Ashley. Her first role in the new millennium was in the TV series “First Monday” (2002), and starting in 2006, Troian began appearing in short films – “Unspoken” (2006), “Archer House” (2007), “Before The Cabin Burned Down” (2009), “Intersect” (2009), “The Come Up” (2012), “Joyful Girl” (2012), “Amy” (2015), and “We Are Here” (2015), among others. All helped along her rising net worth.

Before 2010, Troian didn`t have a major role, until being selected for the part of Amanda in “Consent”, and the same year she appeared in the film “Peep World”. To speak further of her success in 2010, she started appearing in the TV series “Pretty Little Liars” (2010-present), which only increased her net worth and also her popularity. Two years later, Troian featured in the film “Pleased To Meet You”, and in 2016, she starred in “Sister Cities”, alongside Stana Katic and Michelle Trachtenberg.

Most recently, Troian has ventured into directing, and has completed her first full-length film entitled “Feed”, which will be released in late 2016.

Thanks to her skills, she has received several prestigious awards, including the two Teen Choice Awards for her work on “Pretty Little Liars”, and the Outstanding Achievement Award from the New York VisionFest for her work on the film “Consent”.

Regarding her personal life, Troian has been engaged to actor Patrick J. Adams since 2014; they first met in 2009, and have worked together on several films since.

Full NameTroian Bellisario
Net Worth$3 Million
Date Of BirthOctober 28, 1985
Place Of BirthLos Angeles, California, United States
Height5' 7" (1.7 m)
ProfessionActress, Writer, Producer
EducationUniversity of Southern California
SpousePatrick J. Adams
ParentsDonald P. Bellisario, Deborah Pratt
SiblingsSean Murray, Nicholas Bellisario, Michael Bellisario, Julie B. Watson, David Bellisario, Chad W. Murray, Leslie Bellisario-Ingham, Joy Bellisario-Jenkins
PartnerPatrick J. Adams
AwardsTeen Choice Award for Choice TV Actress - Drama/Action Adventure, Young Hollywood Award for Cast To Watch, Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer TV Star: Female
MoviesSister Cities, Amy, Martyrs, C.O.G., The Come Up, Joyful Girl, Peep World
TV ShowsPretty Little Liars
1My dad told me that night after seeing me in The Crucible that I had done a great job, but the next day one of my favorite teachers told me I had ruined the play for her - that in so many ways I could have gone further. So it's like, I can't attach myself to a negative position, or a positive position. I just take them in.
2Everybody's really been positive about the show, and I'm really grateful and want people to enjoy it. But I don't know how much I'm really into celebrating. What you have to love is the work, not the success.
3The first time I saw the billboard for Pretty Little Liars I almost got into a car accident!
4When I was in high school, there was a lot of pressure on me. I felt like I had to be perfect. It's a very wonderful, yet difficult thing to be given a lot of really good opportunities and the world is at your fingertips...I think there's this insane amount of pressure to perform and sometimes when you have an eating disorder, that gets wrapped up in punishment and restriction with food. I definitely went through something like that. Truthfully, I did not address it for a very long time until I was forced to by a very wonderful group of people.
5The difficult thing I tell my fans [who are dealing with something similar] is that it's not something that you get over. I believe in honoring the fact that every day they wake up and take a step toward health, honoring their body and taking care of themselves. Just remembering that they are young, beautiful and unique is worth everything in this world. What's important is making the choice to take care of yourself today. And then making that same choice again in five minutes, in an hour, until one day you're like, 'Hey, what was I dealing with?'
6My whole life, I joined everything I could -- every club, every sports team. I was really unhappy through a lot of it, there was just so much pressure. The school was the sort of environment that, when they see that someone wants to be the best, they will absolutely push you. It wasn't just getting into an Ivy League, it how many Ivy League schools accepted you. It was becoming valedictorian of the class. I was applying to schools I didn't even know if I wanted to be in - except I 'should' want to be in them.
7I had an awareness of how tough it really is from my parents. To me, it's never been, 'You get to be a star!' It's been things like putting on a brave face when they ask you to reshoot a scene at the end of a hard day's work.
8I had the opportunities and I took them for the experience. I was always aware of the nepotism. I didn't feel respect on the set. I didn't focus on what I was doing. I focused on, 'These people think I'm only here for one reason, because of my dad.' I didn't like it.
9Not only do I want to be an actress, I want to be one on my own and be good at it on my own.
10I absolutely looking forward to having my own family, but personally, I have a lot of things to work out before I get there. Right now I'm in this blessed period of having a family that I choose to run with in this kind of pack of friends.
11I totally agree. And that's why I love my record player and I try whenever I buy albums not to buy the digital version of them so that I don't have the opportunity so just listen to them on a whim or to pick out songs. I actually have to listen to the album as the artist intended, all the way through, which has such a different quality. I was with my boyfriend and we were cooking and [the record] stopped, and he turned to me and said, "Oh my God, I forgot that you have to turn it over." It was just that one act of engaging back with the music and not just using it as atmosphere in the back of your brain buzzing a hundred miles an hour.
12One time we didn't get the script until 1 a.m. the day before we were going to start shooting. But, I mean, that's TV. They're working on stuff, they're sending it to the network, they're improving it, and we're really the last people who get it. You know, the hair and makeup people get it before us because they have to start planning, if they need to give a character a certain hairdo or a makeup thing like a black eye. And props gets it way before, too. So there's a production draft that everybody gets, and the actors are the last people to get it, which is really insane-making for me, because I like to have the most time I possibly can with it. So, I actually let it slip that I was stealing the hair and makeup's scripts, because sometimes we'll come in a day or two before the next episode will start, and there will be a hair and makeup draft, and the girls and I will look at each other and be like, "Oh my God, who's going to steal it?" And I said that as a joke in passing, because I thought the producers would find it funny, but then the girl who does my makeup who's really wonderful, she was like, "You got me in serious trouble the other day."
13It does, but it's also fun. You know, I love theater, and the cycle with theater is, you get the text, you read it at the reading, and that's probably the best you're going to do it, when you first read it fresh. You're just in it every moment, and then you break it down, and then it becomes stale, and then it becomes old, and then you find something new and then it becomes old again, and then you go through all of this rehearsal and bring in an audience and it doesn't work and then it does work, and then, if you're lucky, it becomes effortless again. Almost to the point where you first got it. But you do it over and over again, and there's this freedom in it. So you almost have to just get the script, do as much work as you can, make choices, get it in your body, and then forget about it. It's like doing those three months condensed in one night before you shoot the scene.
14I was also drawn to the story because it made me aware of an issue that I really had no idea about. I really believe that when taking on a new role, you, as an actor are expanding yourself. You are learning more about another human being's experience in the world and with Lauren, my eyes were opened to a very different world, and also a very tragic one.
15I was definitely a tomboy. My mother liked to dress me differently, but it was her loss when I came home with mud in my hair every day. I've always been more comfortable with guys, I don't know why. But I have always had one best girl friend, and no one gets closer than her.
16I've never met any other Troians. I've only been told of them. I came really close. One of my best friends in elementary school went to a different school. Her math teacher heard about my name, and she was going to name her kid that. I remember this whole week where I was freaking out that there was going to be another Troian in the world.
17That's really what changed for me: learning how to juggle and learning how to be easier on myself. I'm like Spencer at this point in my life: I get stressed out really easily, and the first thing I have to do is not let myself go down that road.
18My agent just contacted me. I looked at the breakdown and it was called Pretty Little Liars on ABC Family. I instantly judged it and I was like, "Oh, I know what this is...." They were like, "Just go out for it." I sat down and I read the scene. I was instantly blown away. I was so mad that they cut the scene out of the pilot, but the scene where Spencer was outside of her family dinner bumming a cigarette from Wren and flirting with him. The very first episode. It was scandalous. Bumming a cigarette as a 16-year-old and flirting with her sister's fiancé. In the middle of the scene, I remember she revealed this one insight into her character and almost breaks down and cries, then pulls herself together. This show is like this mystery. I knew in my head I was the valedictorian of my class. I was a straight-A student. I knew what it was like to be under so much pressure. I could totally relate to this girl. I thought that I would go and they would not like me. I walked in and because I had that attitude, like, "You're not going to give this to me, but I'm going to show you how much I understand this character and what I would do with it." I called my agent and said, "Hey, it went great. I had such a fun time. Don't expect a callback." They called me back an hour later, and were like, "Well, you got a callback." I was like, "That's weird." Then it went on from there. I never would have expected something like that in a million years.
19[about preparing for her role in Lauren] You know, my father was in the military and one of the first things I said was was that I need somebody who is military trained, who can teach me how to walk and salute like a soldier and who will not placate me, or be like, "that was really good for an actor!" I was like "No Bullshit! I need to know when I'm looking bad and when it's wrong and when I'm doing it right."
20[Michael Phelps or Ryan Lochte?] When I close my eyes all I see are like two identical sets of abs. I don't know whose abs are friendlier, but they both have lovely smiles so I don't know, I couldn't say.
21Patti Smith, who is the godmother of rock and roll, is huge. I have her poster up in my room. I am obsessed with her....It's funny, because I try to mimic that, and then I have, like, Audrey Hepburn. I fully believe that, when you're getting dressed up, unless you're going to spend the entire day in jeans or pajama bottoms - which I will do - be a character. So when I dress up, and I want to be Audrey Hepburn, EVERYTHING on me from head to toe is prim and proper, like flats and peg-legged jeans and the Burberry vintage trench coat. Or if I'm gonna be completely ripped t-shirt, it's going to be with ripped tights. You know, my poor family. They're like, "You have money. You're on a show. BUY SOME NEW TIGHTS." And I'm like, "I like these! I ripped them myself!"
22I'm partial to slouchier, more free clothing. My icon is Patti Smith, so the more rips, the more punk, the more comfortable I feel.
23As an actor I really want to be challenged, and I thought that this was a story that needed to be told. It spoke to me not just as an actor, but also as a person.
24I'm not a glamorous girl. I don't know how to do my hair. I'm very bad with makeup.
25[about her boyfriend] He's very funny, and very interested in what I wear. He accuses me of dressing like a little boy. I'd wear all of his clothes if I could. When I show up to do dinner wearing a dress, he's like, "Oh my gosh, you look like a lady!"
26I grew up with brothers. Girls terrified me. If a boy was mad at you, he hit you or he'd yell at you. I'm thinking about my brothers. Boys didn't go around just hitting me. But it was easy. With girls all of a sudden she'll tell you 'That skirt looks ugly on you.' And you're like 'Oh you're mad at me! I have to figure out what I've done.'
27My dad is a successful television producer, director and writer and my mom's a director, and writer. Even when I was young I wanted to be an actress. I knew the actors and the paparazzi. It was just kind of always in my landscape. It was never directed at me, but it was always somewhere so I could see how it operated and I could see it from afar and go 'Wow, that's not really glamorous, it's kind of exhausting not having any privacy.'
28I've always known people in the spotlight and people who just grew up in LA and had nothing to do with the industry. It's not a glamorous thing to me. It's just a different type of business. I've seen friends go down the path of drugs or letting the spotlight go to their heads. I've witnessed that. It's not a very good option if you want to have a long career like I do and do a lot of different things.
29My high school was a private school where you went to an Ivy League. That's just what was expected of you and nothing less. So I grew up never being okay with a 'B' because a 'B' was not good enough.
30I have a lot to be happy about and a lot more I want to do.
1Enjoys singing.
2Is older than her Pretty Little Liars (2010) co-stars Shay Mitchell, Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson and Sasha Pieterse who play her friends of the same age as her character. She is 17 months older than Mitchell, 3 years older than Hale, 4 years older than Benson and 10 years older than Pieterse. She became an actress when Mitchell was a year old and even before Hale, Benson and Pieterse were born.
3Is in a relationship with Patrick J. Adams since 2009 after they met on the set of the play Equivocation. They became engaged in February 2014.
4Very good friends with co-star Keegan Allen.
5Overcame an eating disorder and self-harm addiction.
6Is the second youngest of nine children.
7Troian's paternal grandfather, Albert Jethro Bellisario, was of Italian descent, while Troian's paternal grandmother, Dana Lapcevic, was of Serbian ancestry. On her mother's side, Troian is the granddaughter of Col. Bertram Roberson Pratt (from Mobile, Alabama) and Geraldine Bryant (from Baton Rouge, Louisiana). Troian's maternal grandparents were both from African-American or Creole (mixed African and European, including French) families.
8As a young girl, Troian's neighbors included, Mary-Kate Olsen, Ashley Olsen, and director Lesli Linka Glatter.
9Best friends with Shane Coffey.
10Stepdaughter of Vivienne Bellisario.
11Is step-sister of Sean Murray, who plays Agent Tim McGee on NCIS (2003), and has appeared in it several times as Sarah McGee, Tim McGee's sister, and Chad W. Murray.
12Father, Donald P. Bellisario, wrote the Quantum Leap (1989) episode, Quantum Leap: A Portrait for Troian - February 7, 1971 (1989), which aired in 1989, when Troian was four. Troian's mother, Deborah Pratt, played "Troian" in the episode.
13Sister of Nicholas Bellisario (Nicholas Dante Bellisario). Half-sister of Michael Bellisario, David Bellisario and Julie B. Watson.
14Daughter of Donald P. Bellisario and Deborah Pratt.


Chuck Hank and the San Diego Twins2016post-productionClaire
Pretty Little Liars2010-2017TV SeriesSpencer Hastings
Sister Cities2016Baltimore
In the Shadows of the Rainbow2016Short
We Are Here2015Short
Suits2015TV SeriesClaire
Still a Rose2015ShortJuliet
Surf Noir2015ShortLacey
Pa-gents with Chris Pine2014ShortCathryn Crest
Immediately Afterlife2014ShortBennett
Lauren2012-2013TV SeriesLauren
Hey Tucker!2013TV Mini-SeriesTroian
Joyful Girl2012ShortBelle
The Come Up2012ShortJessica
Pleased to Meet You2012Carson
A November2011Video shortGirlfriend
Peep World2010Film Set P.A. (as Troian Avery Bellisario)
Before the Cabin Burned Down2009ShortMeg
Archer House2007ShortTatum (as Troian Avery Bellisario)
NCIS2005-2006TV SeriesSarah McGee
Unspoken2006Video shortJani (as Troian Avery Bellisario)
First Monday2002TV SeriesKimberly Baron
Billboard Dad1998VideoKristen
JAG1998TV SeriesErin Terry
Girlfriends1997ShortCassie Palmer
Tequila and Bonetti1992TV SeriesTeresa Garcia
Quantum Leap1990TV SeriesTeresa Bruckner
Last Rites1988Nuzo's Daughter (as Troian Avery Bellisario)


We Are Here2015Short writer
Exiles2013Short writer


Feed2016/Iproducer completed
Exiles2013Short executive producer


Pretty Little Liars2017TV Series 1 episode


Pretty Little Liars: We Love You to DeAth2014TV Movie special thanks
Pretty Little Liars: A LiArs Guide to Rosewood2013TV Movie thanks


The Talk2016TV SeriesHerself - Guest
A PLL Prom2016Video shortHerself
Homecoming: The PLL's Return2016Video shortHerself
Inside the 5 Years2016Video shortHerself
Celebrity Style Story2016TV SeriesHerself
This Week in Hollywood2016TV SeriesHerself
Good Morning America2012-2016TV SeriesHerself / Herself - Guest
The View2014-2016TV SeriesHerself
The 42nd Annual People's Choice Awards2016TV MovieHerself
Pretty Little Liars: 5 Years Forward2015TV MovieHerself
Pop Wrapped TV2015TV Series documentary
Christmas in Rosewood: Designing the Ice Ball2015Video shortHerself
All Access Pass2015TV SeriesHerself
Pretty Little Liars: We Love You to DeAth2014TV MovieHerself
Instagram Intervention with Troian Bellisario2014ShortHerself
Wildman Athletica2014ShortHerself
Larry King Now2014TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Confessions of 'A' Lair2014Video shortHerself
Pretty Little Liars: Pretty Little Scenes2014Video shortHerself
Pretty Little Liars: Unhooding Redcoat, Alison Is Alive2014Video shortHerself
E! News2014TV SeriesHerself
Live with Kelly and Michael2014TV SeriesHerself
Teen Choice Awards 20132013TV SpecialHerself
Pretty Little Liars: And the 'A' Network2013Video shortHerself
Huffpost Live2013TV SeriesHerself
Teen Choice Awards 20122012TV SpecialHerself
Pretty Little Liars: Men of Mystery2012Video shortHerself
13th Annual Young Hollywood Awards2011TV SpecialHerself
MTV New Year's Bash 20112010TV MovieHerself
Teen Choice Awards 20102010TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
Made in Hollywood: Teen Edition2010TV SeriesHerself

Archive Footage

NCIS2014TV SeriesSarah McGee

Won Awards

2013Gold MedalNew York FestivalsBest Performance by an ActressLauren (2012)
2013Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice TV Actress: DramaPretty Little Liars (2010)
2012Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice Summer TV Star: FemalePretty Little Liars (2010)
2011Young Hollywood AwardYoung Hollywood AwardsCast To Watch
2010Outstanding Achievement AwardNew York VisionFestActing - FemaleConsent (2010)
2010FirstGlance AwardPhiladelphia FirstGlance Film FestivalBest ActressConsent (2010)

Nominated Awards

2015Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice Summer TV Star: FemalePretty Little Liars (2010)
2014IAWTV AwardInternational Academy of Web Television AwardsBest Female Performance in a DramaLauren (2012)
2014Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice TV Actress: DramaPretty Little Liars (2010)
2014Streamy AwardThe Streamy AwardsBest Actress in a DramaLauren (2012)
2013Streamy AwardThe Streamy AwardsBest Female Performance: DramaLauren (2012)
2011Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice Summer TV Star: FemalePretty Little Liars (2010)

Known for movies

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