Hunter Schafer Net Worth

How much is Hunter Schafer worth?

Net Worth:$4 Million
Date of Birth:December 31, 1998 (23 years old)
Gender:Female
Height:N/A
Profession:Activist, Actress, Model
Nationality:N/A
Hunter Schafer Net Worth:
$4 Million

Hunter Schafer is an actress, fashion model, and LGBTQ activist who has a net worth of $4 million. Hunter Schafer is best known for playing transgender high school student Jules Vaughn on the HBO teen drama series “Euphoria.” As a model, she has worked with numerous high-profile brands including Calvin Klein, Prada, Vera Wang, Tommy Hilfiger, Emilio Pucci, and Marc Jacobs. Schafer also gained recognition for becoming the youngest plaintiff in the ACLU’s case against North Carolina’s gender-discriminatory Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act in 2016.

More about the earnings of Hunter Schafer

Actor Hunter Schafer has a networth that has to be considered more than decent.

Career

As a fashion model, Schafer has appeared in advertisements and on the runway for numerous major fashion houses. She has modeled for Dior, Coach, Vera Wang, Calvin Klein, Helmut Lang, Rick Owens, Emilio Pucci, Marc Jacobs, Thierry Mugler, Dior, and Miu Miu, among others. Schafer has walked in New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week, and has been featured in publications around the world.

Personal Life

Schafer is a transgender woman; she made her transition as a freshman in high school after being diagnosed with gender dysphoria. In 2019, she said she identified as something close to a lesbian, while later, in 2021, she wrote on Twitter that she felt she was either bisexual or pansexual. In February of 2022, it was revealed that Schafer was in a relationship with her “Euphoria” costar Dominic Fike.

Inspirational Quotes by Hunter Schafer

That year of modeling, I grew up a lot - I was alone in New York and just grinding and making it work, and I feel it kind of prepared me for the responsibilities of being an actor alone in L.A. and taking care of yourself.

Hunter Schafer

I would say runway is easier because your job is to look good or play a character that is just going somewhere. It's rather physical, whereas acting is terrifying because you're dealing with your subconscious, and those can be murky waters. But I definitely can say that I enjoy acting more as an artist.

Hunter Schafer

I'm fascinated with acting now. In retrospect, I was only beginning to chip off the tip of the iceberg with how far I can go or what I was exploring inside of me that I hadn't touched in a while as far as emotional headspaces.

Hunter Schafer

No matter what I've worked on or what art practices I've delved into, they've always been an attempt to world-build.

Hunter Schafer

We are on the forefront of a revolution in which identity and expression will take priority over the labels assigned to us at birth; in which self-identification will take priority over perception; in which gender will fall away entirely.

Hunter Schafer