Rowan Blanchard Height, Weight, Measurements, Net Worth, Boyfriend

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Biography

Rowan Blanchard is an American actress best known for playing as Riley Matthews on Disney series “Girl Meets World”. Rowan was born on October 14, 2001 in Los Angeles, California as a daughter to Elizabeth and Mark Blanchard-Boulbol. Blanchard started acting at the age of 5 but she landed her first major role at the age of 9 in movie “The Back-Up Plan”. Since then she has done several Television roles including Dance-a-Lot Robot, Girl Meets World, Best Friends Whenever, Invisible Sister and The Goldbergs. Rowan has also been active in areas such as feminism, human rights and gun violence. She has spoken at the UN Women and US National Committee annual conference as a part of feminist campaign.

Personal details:

Full Name: Rowan Blanchard
Nick Name: Row
Born Place: Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Date of Birth: October 14, 2001
Age: 15
Sun Sign: Libra
Nationality: American
Race/ Ethnicity: White
Occupation:  Actress and Singer
Education: Her Educational background is unknown

Family

Father: Mark Blanchard-Boulbol
Mother: Elizabeth
Siblings: Carmen Blanchard (Younger Sister), Shane Blanchard (Younger Brother)

Rowan Blanchard Height Weight and Body Details

Rowan Blanchard height weight
Rowan Blanchard height weight

Rowan Blanchard Height: 5 ft 5 in or 165 cm
Weight: 50 kg or 110 pounds
Body Measurements: Unknown
Bra Size: Unknown
Dress size: Not Known
Shoe Size: Not Known
Tattoos: She has no tattoos on his body.
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Sexuality: Pansexual

Rowan Blanchard Net Worth:

Rowan Blanchard Net Worth is estimated to be $3 million

Rowan Blanchard Boyfriend:

Currently, she is single
Her previous relationships: Teo Halm, Peyton Meyer, Uriah Shelton


Facts

She started acting at the age of 5.

She has a dog named Winston.

Her paternal grandfather was an immigrant from Middle East, who was a part of Armenian Ancestry.

She is a public activist in areas such as feminism, human rights and gun violence.

She has spoken at the UN Women and US National committee’s annual conference as part of a feminist campaign.


 

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