Andrea Elson Net Worth

Andrea Elson was born on March 06, 1969 in  New York City, New York, United States, is Actress, Soundtrack. Andrea Hope Elson first realized her love for acting at age eleven when she played the lead in a sixth grade production of "Alice in Wonderland".Born on March 6, 1969 in New York City, this green-eyed actress grew up traveling because of her father's job in advertising. Before she was ten years old, she had lived in New York, Chicago, San Diego and Los Angeles. While in San Diego, Andrea got an agent and won the first part she auditioned for. It was for a commercial, and, from then on, one acting job followed another. She landed guest-starring parts on Simon & Simon (1981), Silver Spoons (1982) and a co-starring role in the series Whiz Kids (1983).Andrea auditioned and won the part of Lynn Tanner on the hit series ALF (1986). She is married to Scott Hopper who was a production assistant on the show, ALF (1986). She gave birth to a daughter, Claire in 1997. She made a two day guest appearance on the soap, The Young and the Restless (1973) soon afterwards.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Soundtrack
Birth Day March 06, 1969
Birth Place  New York City, New York, United States
Birth Sign Aries
Occupation Actress Model (profession)
Years active 1983–1998
Spouse(s) Scott Hopper (1993 - present)

💰 Net worth: $1.2 Million

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Elson was born in New York City on March 6, 1969. She grew up in New York City with her parents and an older sister named Samantha (born circa 1966). While Elson was still a child, the family moved to San Diego, California for a period of four years before returning to Westchester County, New York.


Although Whiz Kids lasted only one season, Elson's role as Alice established the 14-year-old and her teenage co-stars as prominent fixtures in the various teen magazines of the era, including 16 magazine, Bop and Teen Beat, among others. The role also led to Elson and the rest of the teenage Whiz Kids cast to make a crossover appearance on the 1983 episode of Simon & Simon entitled "Fly the Alibi Skies".


In 1986, Elson landed a co-starring role on the NBC science-fiction situation comedy ALF. On the series, Elson portrayed Lynn Tanner, the teenage daughter in a typical middle-class suburban family who adopt a friendly extraterrestrial, performed by Puppeteer Paul Fusco. The series lasted four seasons and Elson's portrayal earned the teenage Actress two Youth in Film Award nominations, before the series' cancellation in 1990.


As of 2016, Elson was working as a yoga instructor.