Hillary Swank Biography
Hilary Ann Swank is an American actress and film producer. She is best known for her role in Camp Wilder.
The actress announced in October 2022 that she is pregnant.On April 10 2023,Hilary announced that she welcomed her twins,a daughter and a son.
Date of Birth
Ann was born on October 30, 1974. She is currently 48 years old.
Hillary’s sun star is Leo.
The actress is 5 feet 6 Inches tall.
Hillary is an American born in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Hilary Swank Education
The actress attended Happy Valley Elementary School, Fairhaven Middle School, then Sehome High School in Bellingham until she was 16 years. Swang had also enrolled in South Pasadena High School but dropped out later. She has also studied at St. Monica College and Young Actors Space.
Swank Net Worth
Hillary’s net worth is $ 70 million as of 2023.
Hilary Swank Career
Suzy Sachs discovered Hillary when she was a child, and couched her in to acting. Her first play was Mowgli in the Jungle Book when she was nine years old.
Hillary continued to play in her school plays and the local theaters. The actress was ranked as the fifth in the state all-around gymnastic, a skill which came in handy in her character in The Next Karate Kid as the main star.
The actress began acting professionally in 1990 and appeared in Bumpy the Vampire Slayer in 1992. In 1994 she acted The Next Karate Kid.
Hillary has acted in a lot of movies since then and has won various awards. Her latest project is in Alaska Daily where she is cast as a disgraced journalist who joins an Alaskan newspaper, where she looks into the murders of indigenous women.
Does Hillary own a clothing line?
On October 18, 2016, the actress announced that she is launching a luxury clothing line. The collection includes jackets, tops, dresses, bottoms, sports bras, and sweaters that are made of eco-friendly technical fabrics, priced from $125 to $1,150.
The brand works with suppliers that follow strict environmental policies and sustainable production practices.
Is Hillary a Philanthropist?
In July 2007, Swank signed a contract with Pantene in partnership with the Entertainment Industry Foundation’s Women’s Cancer Research Fund to represent Pantene Beautiful Lengths charity campaign in 2008.
The campaign encouraged people to donate their healthy hair to create free wigs for women who have lost their hair due to cancer treatment.
The actress has also aired and co-produced a two-hour television special, Fox’s Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Special in 2014. The show celebrated the human-dog connection and rescue dogs.
She is the founder of the Hillaroo Foundation which aims to bring at-risk teenagers and rescue dogs together in the hope that the two can heal each other.
Hilary Swank Family
Parents and siblings
The actress’s parents Stephen Michael Swank and Judy Kay were separated when she was young. Hillary views her mother as her greatest hero because of the support she gave to her as an actress when she was growing up.
Her mother, who was convinced of Hillary’s acting abilities set out together with her, for Hollywood Tinseltown with little more than a car and $75 between them.
Hillary has only one sibling named Dan who is older than her. He left home during his teens.
Hillary Swank Marriage
The actress’s husband is called Philip Schneider. The couple met on a blind date which was set up by actor Misha Collins and Victoria Vantoch. The two secretly engaged in 2016. A year down the line in 2018, the couple wedded in a private and beautiful ceremony.
Hillary announced morning show that she was going to become a mother of twins. “This is something that I’ve been wanting for a long time and my next thing is I’m going to be a mom! And not just of one, but of two. I can’t believe it.”
Currently, the actress has confessed how she had to fake as a terrible runner to hide her pregnancy during the first trimester.
Apart from receiving the Compassion Award by ASPCA and the Petco Foundation honored Swank for her animal advocacy work in 2014, the actress has won a number of awards including; Academy Award, Critics Choice, Hollywood Film Festival Award, National Board of Review Award, and Teen Choice Award