Celebrity News : Sammi Hanratty is an actress who was born in Scottsdale, Arizona, on September 20, 1995. She has a net worth of $ 3 million.
She is the youngest of a family of five girls, including an older sister named Danielle who is also an actress. When he was only two years old, Sammi already knew what he wanted to do and stated that he would be a television star; she spent her time entertaining those who knew her. She moved to Los Angeles with her family.
By the time she was six, her mother met with an agent in Los Angeles, and the next day she had six job postings. Her first commercial was for Oil of Olay and was broadcast for two years. Later it was able to be seen her in other ads, for brands like McDonald’s, Swiffer, Build-A-Bear, GMAC Real Estate, America West Airlines and Crasins. Perhaps his best-known commercials are the two made for the Pringles brand, which earned him the nickname “The Pringles Girl”.
In addition to commercials, your resume includes all kinds of awesome papers. In April 2006 her first film for television was released, where she acted alongside Lacey Chabert, playing a girl who must face the death of her parents. This same year, he was able to see it in the miniseries “Desperation”, as well as in the feature film “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest”, where he had a brief appearance.
Her talent also earned her a recurring role in the series “The Unit” next to his sister Danielle; And recurring appearances and guest artist in the series “CSI: New York”, “Cold Case”, “MADtv”; “The Life Suite of Zack & Cody” and “Pushing Daisies”, among others.
On the big screen, Sammi had an ascending and uninterrupted career that began with small roles in different films such as ” Santa Clause 3: For a Christmas without Cold ” (2006), “Boogeyman 2” (2007), “Hero Wanted” Or “Finding Happiness” (2009).
That same year she made her first feature in the independent film “Within” and worked with Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman and Colin Firth in Charles Dickens’ classic “Christmas Tale”.
Most recently, Sammi garnered leading roles in films such as “Jack and the Magic Beans,” “Kalamity” and “Magic,” all released in 2010; “The Greening of Whitney Brown” (2011), “Amazing Love” (2012); “The Lost Medallion: The Adventures of Billy Stone” and “Second Chances,” (2013).