Lucy Hale weight, Early Life, Career, Achievements, and Net Worth
Lucy Hale weight – Lucy Hale is a beautiful and talented American actress best known for her roles in Pretty Little Liars and Life Sentence. The actress started her career from a young age as a musician but slowly and surely, her career in acting emerged and a bulk of her fans comes from her growing stardom on television and film.
Over the years, Lucy’s growing body of work and talent has proven that she has what it takes to make it in the entertainment industry. As such, we should definitely expect her to be gracing our screens for many more years to come.
Lucy Hale was born on 14th June of 1989 in Memphis, Tennessee. She was born to father Preston Hale and mother Julie Knight who is a nurse. Lucy is the youngest of 3 children. She was a named after her great-grandmother.
As a child, Lucy Hale was homeschooled. Then, at a tender age of 15, she packed her bags and headed to Los Angeles, where attended the Cordova Optional School. She took singing and acting classes during her high school years.
After graduating high school, she did not join college and reports say that she still does not plan to go to college.
Lucy Hale first started her career out as a singer. In 2003, she appeared in the child version of American Idol ‘American Juniors’. The top 5 finishers of the show including Lucy formed a band. However, the group dropped out in 2005. That was when she decided to turn to act.
Experiencing a lackluster music career, Lucy decided to test the waters in acting. She landed small roles on Drake and Josh, Ned’s Declassified, School Survival Guide, The O.C., Private Practice, Ruby & The Rockits, Wizards of Waverly Places and How I Met Your Mother.
In 2007, she was cast in NBC’s short-lived re-imagining of the Bionic Woman as Becca Sommers, the younger sister of Jamie Sommers. In 2008, she got a lead role as Rose Baker in the CW’s comedy-drama Privileged. The show was an adaptation of the book How To Teach Filthy Rich Girls, authored by Zoey Dean. Sadly, the show was canceled after one season due to low ratings.
In October 2009, Lucy was cast as Aria Montogomery on ABC’s teen mystery television series Pretty Little Liars. The series lasted for seven seasons from, 2010 till 2017, before going off the air.
She also starred in the CW drama, Life Sentence, about Stella Abbott, a terminally ill woman who suddenly learns that she is completely healthy and free from cancer. Sadly, due to low ratings, The CW canceled the show on June 15, 2018, after just one season.
Lucy Hale’s debut into film was the romance drama The Sisterhood of The Travelling Pants 2 in 2008 where she played Effie Kaligaris, the younger sister of Lena Kaligaris played by Alexis Bledel. She later appeared in Sorority Wars and Fear Island before landing the lead role in A Cinderella Story: Once Upon A Song.
She also landed the lead role of Olivia Baron in the film Truth or Dare, a successful horror movie which also starred Tyler Posey and Violett Beane. Lucy Hale was also cast in the coming-of-age comedy Dude, released on Netflix on April 20, 2018.
Music is undeniably her first love, despite having so much success in acting. On the 12th of June 2012, she announced her record deal with Hollywood Records and on the 3rd of June 2014, she released her debut studio album Road Between.
Lucy Hale’s Weight Loss Journey
In August 2012, Lucy announced to the public that she had previously suffered from an eating disorder. However, she now eats healthy, exercises regularly and has a personal trainer named Tandy Gutierrez who helps her out in her Pilates workouts
With such a busy schedule, Lucy does not have a strict timetable for exercise but enjoys running more. She quit alcohol in 2017 to stay fit, does not take much junk or processed foods except during cheat days. She also completely avoids dairy as it makes her feel congested.
Achievements and Net Worth
Lucy Hale has won 8 different awards for her role of Aria in Pretty Little Liars. In 2010, she earned a ‘Teen Choice Awards’ under the category ‘Choice Summer TV Star: Female’. Similarly, she also won a Young Hollywood Awards (with the cast) and a Teen Choice Awards.
In 2012, she won another Teen Choice Awards and a Gracie Allen Awards. She won a Teen Choice Awards and a Young Hollywood Awards for herself in 2013. In 2014, she bagged the Teen Choice Awards and a People’s Choice Awards. She won another Teen Choice Awards under the category ‘Choice TV Actress: Drama’ in the year 2014.
Lucy Hale has built a pretty impressive career for herself. Her total net worth is currently approximated to be $3 million. Most of her wealth comes from her acting career, but a fraction of her net worth is the result of being an ambassador for the beauty brand, Mark Girl.