|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Height||5 ft 1 in (1.57 m)|
|Date of Birth||Dec 3, 1980 (41 years old)|
|Nationality||United States of America|
Anna Chlumsky Net Worth:
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Anna Chlumsky is an American actress with a $5 million net worth. Anna Chlumsky began her acting career as a youngster in the coming-of-age film “My Girl” (1991). Since then, she has starred in other independent films, including “Blood Car,” “In the Loop,” and “The End of the Tour.” Chlumsky received six Emmy Award nominations between 2012 and 2019 for her role as Amy Brookheimer in the HBO comedy series “Veep.” During this time, she received her highest level of recognition.
Anna Chlumsky was born in Chicago, Illinois on December 3, 1980 to Nancy, an actress, singer, and former flight attendant, and Frank Jr., a saxophonist and chef. She is of Croatian and Czech descent and was reared as a devout Catholic.
Film Career as a Child Performer
Chlumsky made her cinematic debut with a small role in John Hughes’s 1989 comedy “Uncle Buck,” following a stint modeling with her mother in an ad campaign. Two years later, she achieved her breakthrough with the major part of Vada Sultenfuss in the coming-of-age drama “My Girl,” set in 1970s Madison, Pennsylvania. In addition to Dan Aykroyd, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Macaulay Culkin, the cast includes Dan Aykroyd. Chlumsky resumed her role in the 1994 sequel “My Girl 2,” which featured Austin O’Brien in place of Macaulay Culkin. In the same year, she co-starred with Sissy Spacek in the fantasy comedy “Trading Mom,” based on Nancy Brelis’s eponymous novel. The only other film for which Chlumsky was credited in the 1990s was “Gold Diggers: The Secret of Bear Mountain,” in which she and Christina Ricci played teens seeking for a gold hoard in the Pacific Northwest.
Chlumsky took a break from acting to pursue further studies towards the end of the 1990s. She attended the University of Chicago and received a bachelor of arts in international studies in 2002. Chlumsky subsequently served as a fact-checker for the Zagat Survey before becoming an editing assistant for one of HarperCollins’ science-fiction brands. Finding this occupation frustrating, she decided to return to acting and sought professional training at the Atlantic Acting School in Manhattan.
Continue Film Career
Chlumsky returned to the big screen in 2007 with an appearance in the indie black comedy “Blood Car.” She then appeared in “Eavesdrop.” In 2009, Chlumsky portrayed State Department assistant Liza Weld in Armando Iannucci’s political comedy “In the Loop,” a spin-off of his BBC series “The Thick of It.” This was one of her most prominent appearances. She starred alongside Alexis Bledel, Scott Porter, and Bryan Greenberg in the same year’s romantic comedy “The Good Guy.”
Chlumsky featured in the comedy “The Pill” and “Bert and Arnie’s Guide to Friendship” during the beginning of the 2010s. Later in the decade, she participated in two dramas: “The End of the Tour,” starring Jesse Eisenberg and Jason Segel, and “Hala,” about a Pakistani-American Muslim teenager negotiating familial and personal cultural difficulties.
In 1997, Chlumsky made her television debut in “A Child’s Wish,” in which she portrayed a youngster fighting cancer. She featured in episodes of “Cupid” and “Early Edition” the following year. Chlumsky had cameo appearances on the comedy “30 Rock” and the police procedural “Law & Order” when she returned to acting in the late aughts. In 2009, she played in the television films “12 Men of Christmas” and “House Rules” and had a recurring role on the short-lived ABC series “Cupid,” a revival of the 1998 series in which she previously starred. Subsequently, Chlumsky appeared in episodes of “Covert Affairs,” “Lights Out,” and “White Collar.”
In 2012, Chlumsky began portraying Vice President’s Chief of Staff Amy Brookheimer on the HBO political comedy series “Veep.” This is Chlumsky’s most renowned role. The series, an adaptation of Armando Iannucci’s “The Thick of It,” featured Julia Louis-fictitious Dreyfus’s Vice President of the United States, Selina Meyer, and her staff. Through 2019, Chlumsky received six Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her participation on the program. She appeared in episodes of “Army Wives” and “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” and portrayed Miriam Lass in four episodes of NBC’s “Hannibal” while still on the show. In the fourth season of the historical drama series “Halt and Catch Fire” in 2017, she portrayed Dr. Katie Herman. Chlumsky’s latter credits include starring parts in the Shonda Rhimes Netflix drama “Inventing Anna” and the “Rugrats” reboot on Paramount+.
In addition to cinema and television, Chlumsky has been in several theatrical productions. In 2005 and 2008, she directed off-Broadway performances of Lanford Wilson’s “Balm in Gilead” and Brett C. Leonard’s “Unconditional.” Later, in 2012, she featured at the Rattlestick Playwrights Theater in the world premiere of David Adjmi’s “3C.” Additionally, Chlumsky has appeared in a production of “You Can’t Take it with You” on Broadway.
In 2007, Chlumsky became engaged to Shaun So, an Army Reserve soldier whom she had met while attending the University of Chicago in 2000. They tied the knot in 2008 and have two children, Clara and Penny.