How rich is Allison Munn?
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|Birth date:||October 7, 1974|
|Birth place:||Columbia, South Carolina, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Scott Holroyd (m. 2007)|
|Children:||Nathan Powell Holroyd|
|Parents:||Nadine Munn, Russell Munn|
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Allison Munn Net Worth $2 Million
American actress Allison Munn comes with an estimated net worth of $2 million that he brought in from her character as Caroline from That 70s Show. She also played the characters of Tina Haven in What I Like About You and Lauren in One Tree Hill. Born and raised in Columbia, South Carolina, she was encouraged by her mum in the artwork by letting her take dancing and singing lessons at an early age. She graduated from AC Flora High School and also The College of Charleston. She then moved to New York where she won a part in the Off Broadway classic, The Fantasticks. Munn had a modest character in the Hollywood production White Oleander with Michelle Pfeiffer and within the movie Elizabethtown, directed by Cameron Crowe. In September 2003, she got her biggest break in a co starring character, as Tina Haven, with Amanda Bynes and Jennie Garth about the sitcom What I Like About You. She remained on the show until it ended on April 24, 2006. She also has a recurring character as Caroline, Fez’s stalker girlfriend, in that is 70s Show where she became renowned for. She also appeared in the ABC comedy series Carpoolers. She began a recurring character as Miss Lauren on One Tree Hill in 2009. Allison Munn wed her childhood buddy, actor Scott Holroyd, on November 17, 2007. Her childhood friend played the character of David Fletcher, the fresh love interest of Lauren, in the last season of One Tree Hill. They have a son named Nathan Powell Holroyd that she declared on her Twitter account in November 2011. She’s a supporter of the non-profit political organization Rock the Vote, where she is actively involved in encouraging young individuals to enrol to vote.