How much is Troian Bellisario worth? $10 million
How did Troian Bellisario earn her money and wealth?
Troian Bellisario was born on 28th October 1985 at Los Angeles, California, USA. Bellisario went to Campbell Hall School and was graduated from University of California in Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2009. In 1988, Bellisario made her acting debut in the film Last Rites, by Donald P. Bellisario. Later In 1998, she co-starred in the film Billboard Dad. The film was a direct to video comedy film by Alan Matter.
In 1990, she appeared as a guest in the TV series Quantum Leap, a science fiction TV series by Donald P. Bellisario aired on NBC Universal. An year later in 1992, she acted in the episodes of comedy-drama crime Tequila and Bonetti aired on CBS. In 1998 she appeared in the episode of JAG. Latef in 2002, she acted in the TV series First Monday, a midseason replacement drama by Donald P. Bellisario. In 2005, she acted in the episodes of NCIS, in which she played the role of Sarah McGee.
In 2009, Bellisario acted in the TV series The Vampire Diaries. The following year she played the lead role in teen drama mystery-thriller the TV series Pretty Little Liars, as Spencer Hastings one of the five liars. She continued in the show till 2017. In 2006, Bellisario acted in the short film Unspoken. Then on she began appearing in short films such as Archer House (2007), Intersect (2009), Before the Cabin Burner Down (2009), Consent (2010), A November (2011), The Come Up ( 2011), Joyful Gril (2012) and so on.
In 2010, Bellisario appeared in the film Peep World by Barry W. Blaustein. Later in 2013, she co-starred in Kyle Patrick Alvarez ‘s film C.O.G. In 2015, she played the lead role of Lucie Jurin in the horror film Martyrs by Kevin and Michael Goetz.
In 2016, Bellisario directed episode 15, season 7 of Pretty Little Liars. The same year she appeared in the TV series Sister Cities. The following year, she produced, starred and wrote the feature film Feed.
What are the most popular TV Shows of Troian Bellisario?
- NCIS (2005–2006)
- The Vampire Diaries (2009)
- Pretty Little Liars (2010–2017)
- Suits (2014–2015)
- Sister Cities (2016)