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Carly Chaikin Wiki/Biography
Carly Hannah Chaikin was born on 26 March 1990, in Santa Monica, California USA, of Jewish descent, and is is an actress, best known for her breakout role in the sitcom entitled “Suburgatory” in which she played the role of Dalia Royce. She is also a part of the critically acclaimed TV series “Mr. Robot”, but all of her efforts have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Carly Chaikin? As of early-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is at $1 million, mostly earned through a successful career in acting. She’s also had several film projects over the course of her career, and as she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Carly Chaikin Net Worth $1 million
Carly attended The Archer School for Girls, and during her time there played a variety of sports including basketball, soccer, softball and volleyball. In 2009 she began her acting career when she was cast in the film “The Consultants”, which was released a year later. She also starred in the film adaptation of “The Last Song” alongside Miley Cyrus. The film is based on the Nicholas Sparks novel of the same name and Carly played the antagonist Blaze.
In 2011, Chaikin found her breakout role in the sitcom “Suburgatory” in which she played Dalia Oprah Royce, receiving a lot of critical acclaim; her net worth increased significantly, and helped get her more opportunities including an appearance as the character in the music video “You Missed a Spot”. In 2013, she was nominated a Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress thanks to her performance in the show, in which she stayed until its eventual end in 2014. During this time, she had other projects, including the independent film “My Uncle Rafael”, and she also produced several short films, including “Nowhere to Go” and “Happy Fucking Birthday”, also written by her and being featured at the First Glance Film Festival.
Also in 2014, Carly was cast in the series “Mr. Robot” which starred Rami Malek and Christian Slater, playing the role of the programmer Darlene as a part of a group creating malicious rootkit code. The show became highly popular, and increased her net worth significantly, plus her performance won her an Audience Award at the SXSW film festival. She is also set to appear in the show’s second season. The following year, she then made a guest appearance in the television show “Maron”, in which she played the college teaching assistant Tina.
For her personal life, nothing is known about Chaikin’s romantic relationships, and she remains single. She also paints and took painting classes growing up; she has 11 tattoos on her body.
She is involved in charitable work during her free time, mostly involved with the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and has served as an emcee during the NAMI Walks events held last 2016 and 2017. She has also recorded Public Service Announcements for the group.
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Date Of Birth||March 26, 1990|
|Place Of Birth||Santa Monica, California USA|
|Parents||Lori Chaikin, Michael Chaikin|
|Nominations||Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series|
|Movies||The Last Song, Escapee, My Uncle Rafael, In a World..., Dissonance|
|Mr. Robot||2015-2017||TV Series||Darlene|
|People You May Know||2017/I||Oakley|
|Suburgatory||2011-2014||TV Series||Dalia Royce|
|Happy Fucking Birthday||2013||Short||Maddy McDowell|
|In a World...||2013||Excruciating|
|Nowhere to Go||2012||Short||Austyn|
|My Uncle Rafael||2012||Kim|
|Harder Than It Looks||2012||TV Series||Katie|
|The Last Song||2010||Blaze|
|Into Me||2016||Short executive producer|
|Nowhere to Go||2012||Short executive producer|
|Nowhere to Go||2012||Short writer|
|Celebs React||2017||TV Series||Herself|
|Project Runway||2016||TV Series||Herself - Guest Judge|
|Hacking Robot||2016||TV Series||Herself|
|Rachael Ray||2016||TV Series||Herself|
|Style Code Live||2016||TV Series||Herself|
|21st Annual Critics' Choice Awards||2016||TV Movie||Herself|
|Mr. Robot: M4k1ng_0f_Mr_R0b0t.m0v||2016||Video short||Herself|
|2013||Audience Award||FirstGlance Film Fest Hollywood||Best Shorts Too||Nowhere to Go (2012)|
|2013||Critics' Choice TV Award||Critics Choice Television Awards||Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series||Suburgatory (2011)|
|2013||Teen Choice Award||Teen Choice Awards||Choice TV Villain||Suburgatory (2011)|