Aimee Mullins Biography, Age, Family, Height, and Net Worth

Aimee Mullins Biography

Aimee Mullins is an American actress, athlete and fashion model. She rose to fame for her athletic accomplishments. Mullins was born with a medical condition that resulted in the amputation of both of her lower legs.

Aimee Mullins Age

Mulins was born on 20 July, 1976, Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States.She is 47 years old.

Aimee Mullins Height

She stands at a height of 1.73 m.

Aimee Mullins Net Worth

No records concerning Mullins net worth are uploaded on the social media as its still under review.

Aimee Mullins Husband

Mullins and Rupert Friend (birth name Rupert William Anthony Friend, an English actor, director, screenwriter, and producer) began dating in 2013. The duo engaged in May 2014, and married on May 1, 2016.

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Aimee Mullins Stranger Things

Stranger Things is an American science fiction horror web television series. It was created, written, and directed by the Duffer Brothers namely Shawn Levy, and Dan Cohen serve as executive producers and released on Netflix.

The first season stars Winona Ryder, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton, Cara Buono, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Millie Bobby Brown, and Matthew Modine, with Noah Schnapp and Joe Keery in recurring roles.

Schnapp and Keery were made series regulars, along with the additions of Sadie Sink, Dacre Montgomery, Sean Astin, and Paul Reiser for the second season. Maya Hawke joined the cast for the third season.

Aimee Mullins Amputee

Mullins was born with medical condition, fibular hemimelia (missing fibula bones)  which led to amputation of both of her lower legs below the knee when she was one year old.

Aimee Mullins Quotes

  • Giving up is conceding that things will never get better, and that is just not true. Ups and downs are a constant in life, and I’ve been belted into that roller coaster a thousand times.
  • If we want to discover the full potential in our humanity, we need to celebrate those heartbreaking strengths and those glorious disabilities we all have. It is our humanity and all the potential within it that makes us beautiful.
  • I was once told that I had become too confident and that it made me less likeable. Many successful people will get this at some point, because the people who haven’t followed a similar path can be threatened by someone who has and is unabashed about it.
  • True beauty is when someone radiates that they like themselves.
  • Belief in oneself is incredibly infectious. It generates momentum, the collective force of which far outweighs any kernel of self-doubt that may creep in.
  • The idea of prosthetics is a tool. Most people’s cell phones are prosthetics. If you leave your cell phone at home, you feel impacted by not having it. It’s an important part of your daily function and what you can do in a day.
  • In athletics, the idea of possibility is presumed. It’s not ‘if;’ it’s ‘how.’
    Aimee Mullins Book.
  • Adversity isn’t an obstacle that we need to get around in order to resume living our life. It’s part of our life.
  • Walking the runway with Alexander McQueen, I really had to dig deep. You’re with Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell.
  • I was the first person out on the runway, but I thought, ‘I have done the Olympics, I can do this.’
  • It’s hard enough for women to walk on high heels. And I’m on stilts!
  • Whether it is your height, your weight or your skin, someone is going to pick on something and make fun of it. My legs were just a more obvious target.

Aimee Mullins Movies










World Trade Center




Quid Pro Quo




In the Woods



Rob the Mob




Young Ones

Katherine Holm



Appropriate Behavior




River of Fundament

The Ka of Norman / Isis





Short film


In Stereo

Trisha Bontecou





Short film



Ashley Brighterhouse



Drunk Parents

Heidi Bianchi


Tv Shows






Cremaster 3

The Entered Novitiate / Oonagh MacCumhail



Five Little Pigs

Lucy Crale



Naked in a Fishbowl


Episode: “The Bold and the Bucious”



Antoinette / Woman in White / The Woman-In-White

4 episodes


The Mysteries of Laura

Connie Baker

Episode: “The Mystery of the Exsanguinated Ex”



Ellen Wenrich

Episode: “Ghost Is Dead”



Dr. Peri

Episode: “Hi, My Name Is Rebecca Harris”


Stranger Things

Terry/Terresa Ives

6 episodes


Odd Mom Out

Annabelle Hughes

Episode: “Homo Erectus”


Mullins’ life story is as amazing as it is incredible. She is a ground-breaking Paralympian and the world’s first athlete to run on the Flex-Foot Cheetah carbon fiber sprinting legs.

A role model we could all get behind, Mullins’ a sports pioneer and one-time president of the Women’s Sports Foundation, and a TED talks All-Star.

She also modeled for Alexander McQueen (Mullins opened his London show on a pair of hand-carved wooden prosthetic legs) and continued to work with the designer until 2010 when he died.

Named one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world by People magazine, she is also an advocator for women and has also gone into acting.

Mullins was most recently seen in Stranger Things and has gone on to work on movies of her own.  Born without fibular bones in her legs, she had to have both her legs amputated as an infant.

Yet rather than be defeated by her condition, she found the courage to overcome it and not only that, she even managed to surpass the accomplishments of many or most able-bodied people.

Mullins’ TED conference talks are among the most-viewed ones of all time and have been translated into 42 different languages. At the Cartier Social Lab in San Francisco this April to speak on Mind Over Body, she contemplated the notion of fear and its importance as a great motivator in life.

Aimee Mullins Twitter