Elizabeth Avellan Net Worth

Elizabeth Avellan was born on November 08, 1960 in  Caracas, Venezuela, Venezuela, is Producer, Actress, Animation Department. Elizabeth Avellan was born in Caracas, Venezuela, where her grandfather, Gonzalo Veloz, pioneered commercial television. At thirteen, she moved to Houston with her family and later graduated from Rice University, where she had her first behind-the-scenes experience working as stage manager and prop master for several student productions. She moved to Austin in 1986 to work in the Office of the Executive Vice-President and Provost of the University of Texas, continuing her studies in film production, art, and architecture. There she meet Robert Rodriguez - cult filmmaker and her husband to be. Avellan worked as an animator on Rodriguez's award-winning 16mm film, Bedhead, which aired on PBS after gathering acclaim on the festival circuit. She and Robert co-founded Los Hooligans Productions when the two began work on El mariachi (1992) in 1991. Since then, Avellan has co-produced Robert Rodriguez's From Dusk Till Dawn (1996), Desperado (1995), The Faculty (1998), and upcoming Spy Kids (2001). Besides she developed several scripts and produced with Pamela Cederquist and Rana Joy Glickman, Real Stories of the Donut Men, a dark comedy written and directed by Beeaje Quick, which premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival in March, 1997. Additionally, Avellan served as producers' rep. with Rana Joy Glickman for Love You Don't Touch Me, a romantic comedy premiered at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival.
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Who is it? Producer, Actress, Animation Department
Birth Day November 08, 1960
Birth Place  Caracas, Venezuela, Venezuela
Birth Sign Sagittarius
Other names Elizabeth Rodriguez
Occupation producer animator actress
Years active 1991–present
Spouse(s) Robert Rodriguez (1990–2006)
Children 5

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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She married Robert Rodriguez in 1990, and the couple had five children together: sons Rocket Valentino (born 1995), Racer Maximiliano (born 1997), Rebel Antonio (born 1998), Rogue Joaquin (born 2004), and daughter Rhiannon Elizabeth (born 2005). In April 2006, Avellán and Rodriguez announced plans to separate after sixteen years of marriage, and have since divorced.


She is the current co-owner and vice President of Troublemaker Studios, the production company that she and her former husband, Robert Rodriguez, founded in 2000. Avellán was also executive Producer of In and Out of Focus, a documentary about balancing motherhood and a career in the film Business.