What is Emily Althaus’s net worth?
By 2023, Althaus’ net worth should be close to $300,000.
Age and Early years:
On November 25, 1986, Emily Corinne Althaus was born in Kentucky, America. She will be 34 years old in 2020. The actor is of Caucasian heritage and was born under the sign of the Sagittarius. Her educational background includes a graduation from Louisville, Kentucky’s DuPont Manual High School. In 2009, she graduated from Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky, with a Bachelor of Arts in acting.
Is Emily Althaus single?
She is not in a relationship right now, no.
Height and Weight:
Emily Althaus, who is 5 feet 5 inches tall, declines to speak to the media about her private life. Some of her fans are worried about her sexual orientation as a result. She may even be a lesbian, according to rumors.
Emily Althaus’ professional career
Her career in the entertainment sector helped her amass her wealth. She has so far made an appearances in more than 25 movies and TV shows. She played Krista in the 2013 TV movie Sharing, which marked her debut on a large screen. Two years later, in the Payback episode of Blue Bloods, she portrayed Christina Henley. She performed the roles of Jessie in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and Antonia in The Impossibilities in the same year.
In 2015, Althaus re-started in Orange Is the New Black as Maureen Kukido. She initially appeared in the Mother’s Day episode in 2015. 2017’s “The Reverse Midas Touch” episode marked the end of her acting career. Together with many other actors, she was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award in 2018 for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for her role on Orange Is the New Black.
In the 2017 episode of Adam Ruins Everything called Adam Ruins Dating, Emily played the role of Sarah. She has additionally appeared in a number of other movies, including You’re the Worst, The Resident, The Magicians, Body at Brighton Rock, The Handmaid’s Tale, and Claire in Seven Months.
Emily is a generous person who frequently donates money to disadvantaged children and veterans. She also frequently attends charity events. Althaus joined the march held in Washington Park in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and expressed her support online via Twitter. She has cited how her mother had a sleep disorder and how difficult it was to support her in a culture that stigmatized her disease as part of her advocacy for the rights of people with mental health concerns.