Claire Holt Actress sometimes known as Claire Rhiannon Holt, is from Australia.
She has appeared in numerous motion pictures and television programmes, such as Mean Girls 2, H2O, and Just Add Water. Her current net worth is unknown.
We’ll examine more closely at her history and present financial situation in this post. Let’s start by going over some of her most memorable roles. Continue reading to find out more about her wiki, films, and TV series.
Clare Holt Biography
Claire Holt was born on June 11th, 1988 in the Australian city of Brisbane, Queensland.
She is a television and film actress from Australia. Claire was diagnosed with ADHD when she was a year old. Claire Holt finished her early education at Toowong’s Stuartholme School in 2005.
In the children’s television series H2O: Just Add Water, played by Claire Holt as Emma Gilbert, which aired on Network 10 in 2006, Emma Gilbert is the main character.
This television programme attracted a lot of attention and received numerous awards, including a Nickelodeon Australia Kids’ Choice Award and a Logie Award. Later, Claire Holt was chosen to star in Messengers 2: The Scarecrow, the follow-up to The Messengers (2007). However, another actress, Indiana Evans, took Claire Holt’s place.
Although Claire Holt was associated with the CBS television programme Supergirl, she chose not to pursue it in 2014. Later, Claire co-starred in the NBC television series Aquarius as Charmain Tully. She portrayed Susan, a supporting character, in the 2016 romantic comedy.
The Divorce Party. In 2017, Claire Holt played Kayla, a prominent lead in the ABC action television series Doomsday. In the same year, she also starred as Kate with Mandy Moore and Matthew Modine in the suspenseful film 47 Meters Down, which debuted on June 16th, 2017 in theatres.
In the end, producer Matthew Kaplan, a longtime love of Claire Holt, proposed to her. They were legally married in April 2016, but after a year Matthew Kaplan filed for legal separation citing “beyond reconciliation problems.” Claire later wed Andrew Joblon on August 18, 2018.
James Holt Joblon is the name of the son they had together.
breakthroughs and early recognition in the 2000s
In the children’s television programme H2O: Just Add Water on Network Ten, Holt earned the part of Emma Gilbert in 2006.
The programme has won a Nickelodeon Australia Kids’ Choice Award and a Logie Award. Even though the show received a third season renewal, Holt left the show after series two to star in Messengers 2: The Scarecrow, the follow-up to the 2007 movie The Messengers. Bella, played by Indiana Evans, took her position.
Throughout 2008, Messengers 2 was filmed in Sofia. The movie, which also starred Heather Stephens and Norman Reedus, was made available on DVD on July 21, 2009.
international recognition in the 2010s. Holt has starred in television and movie roles as well as commercials for Dreamworld, Sizzler, and Queensland Lifesaving. She was placed 55th on BuddyTV’s list of the 100 sexiest women on television in 2011.
In August 2011, it was announced that Holt would play Rebekah Mikaelson in the television series The Vampire Diaries. On January 13, 2013, The CW said that Holt had joined the cast of The Originals, a spin-off of The Vampire Diaries, where she would reprise her Rebekah Mikaelson character.
In the sixteenth episode of the first season, which was broadcast in the United States on March 11, 2014, she left the show as a series regular. On May 13, 2014, the season one finale aired, and Holt reprised her role.
Holt was connected to Supergirl on CBS in 2014, but she decided against going after it. She played Charmain Tully in the NBC “event series” Aquarius. She was given the part of Susan in the 2016 romantic comedy The Divorce Party.
In the 2017 ABC thriller drama television pilot Doomsday, Holt played the lead character Kayla.
Alongside Mandy Moore and Matthew Modine, Holt played Kate in the underwater survival thriller movie 47 Meters Down, which was released in theatres on June 16, 2017.
- 1. Legacies (2018–2022)
- The Vampire Diaries (2009–2017)
- The Originals (2013–2018)
- Pretty Little Liars (2010–2017)
- H2O: Just Add Water (2006–2010)
- 47 Meters Down (2017)
- Aquarius (2015–2016)
- Mean Girls 2 (2011)
- The Talk (2010)
- A Violent Separation (2019)
- Untitled Horror Movie (2021)
- The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005–2015)
- Home & Family (2012–2021)
Claire Tv Show
- Legacies 2021-2022
- The Originals 2013=2018
- The Vampire Diaries 2011-2014
- Pretty Little Liars 2011
- H2O: Just Add Water 2006-2008
Claire Net Worth
A $2 million estimate has been made for Claire Holt’s net worth.