Alia Shawkat Net Worth

How much is Alia Shawkat worth?

Net Worth:$4 Million
Date of Birth:April 18, 1989 (34 years old)
Height:1.66 m, 5 ft 5 in
Alia Shawkat Net Worth:
$4 Million

Alia was born April 18, 1989 in Riverside, California. She has Arabian, Irish, Norwegian, and Italian ancestry in her family tree. She played in TV shows such as State of Grace and Arrested Development. Her famous films are Prom Wars, The To Do List, and Life After Beth. In 2015, Shawkat will be starring on The Final Girls, Nasty Baby, and Green Room. Alia’s rumored boyfriends were Jack Antonoff and Michael Angarano.

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Shawkat made both her film and television debuts in 1999 when she appeared in “Three Kings” and guest-starred on “JAG.” In 2000, she appeared in the TV movie “The Trial of Old Drum,” and from 2001 to 2002, she played Hannah Rayburn on the Fox Family Channel/ABC Family Channel series “State of Grace” alongside Mae Whitman, who would go on to have a recurring role as Ann Veal on “Arrested Development.” Alia then guest-starred on “Presidio Med” (2002), “Without a Trace” (2003), “Boomtown” (2003), “Veronica Mars” (2006), and “The Starter Wife” (2008), and she appeared in the films “Rebound” (2005), “Deck the Halls” (2006), “Bart Got a Room” (2008), “Prom Wars” (2009), “Amreeka” (2009), and “Whip It” (2009). In 2003, she began starring as Mae “Maeby” Fünke, the daughter of Portia de Rossi’s Lindsay Bluth Fünke and David Cross’ Tobias Fünke, on “Arrested Development.” The series aired three seasons on Fox before being canceled in 2006, and luckily for the show’s loyal fans, Netflix revived it in 2013. “Arrested Development” won the Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series in 2004, and it was dubbed “the best sitcom on TV” by Tim Stack of “Entertainment Weekly.” Brian M. Palmer, a pop culture commentator, called Shawkat “one of the brightest lights on a show populated solely by bright lights.”

Personal Life

Alia is bisexual, and in 2017, she told “Out” magazine, “I was a tomboy growing up, and I remember my mom asking me when I was 10, ‘Are you attracted to boys or girls?’ I said I don’t know. Now I consider myself bisexual, and I think balancing my male and female energies has been a big part of me growing as an actor.” In the same interview, she stated, “I used to be less outspoken. But as a woman, an Arab-American, and a member of the LGBTQ community, I have to use whatever voice I have. There’s no more delicacy in being quiet.” Shawkat enjoys painting and has showcased her art at gallery shows in Paris, Los Angeles, and Mexico City. Alia also enjoys making music and singing in jazz bars, and she sang on several tracks on the 2010 Fake Problems album “Real Ghosts Caught on Tape.” Shawkat is often mistaken for Ilana Glazer of “Broad City,” and in 2015, she guest-starred on the show as a lookalike and love interest of Glazer’s character.

Inspirational Quotes by Alia Shawkat

Rosie Perez is the coolest. She's kind of everything you want her to be. She's involved in so many cool things, political charities and stuff.

Alia Shawkat

I got to work with Eli Vargas. Great guy. Huge in Spain. He's a heartthrob there. Who else? Terry Crews - he was really funny.

Alia Shawkat

If your friend's feeling bad, it's hard to know what to do. Do you back away or try to help them? It's a really hard situation that I've been in. You want to support your friend. You want to be there. My advice is, don't get too involved with it, just be by their side. If they need your help, they'll ask for it.

Alia Shawkat

With independent film, as an actor, you have more involvement - it's very much more connected. It's not just like I'm showing up and there's another actor on the call sheet; you're very attached to it.

Alia Shawkat

Empathy is why entertainment is always growing, and for millennials, everyone is judging them and trying to grab their attention by insulting them. We're living in a time where everyone has 25 profiles, and they're having 25 conversations.

Alia Shawkat