Stella Street Guggenheim is famous as the daughter of American celebrities Elisabeth Shue and Davis Guggenheim.
Stella Street Guggenheim was born on 19th March 2001, in the United States of America. As of 2019, her age is 18 years old while her horoscope is Pisces. As we already mention that she is the daughter of Elisabeth Shue (mother) and Davis Guggenheim (father). Her mother is an American actress whereas her father is an American film and television director as well as producer.
Her grandparents are Charles Guggenheim, Marion Guggenheim, James Shue, and Anne Harms. She has a cousin named Nathaniel William Shue. Further, her aunts and uncles are Grace Guggenheim, Jenna Shue, Andrew Shue, William Shue, and Jonathan Guggenheim. Stella has two siblings, a brother and a sister named Miles William Guggenheim and Agnes Charles Guggenheim respectively. Stella holds an American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity.
Stella Street Guggenheim’s Parents’ Net Worth
According to some online resources, the estimated net worth of her mother, Elisabeth Shue is around $12.5 million. She earned her net worth by playing parts in movies like The Karate Kid, Back to the Future Parts II and III and Leaving Las Vegas. Her best-grossing movie The Karate Kid collected $90.8 million worldwide followed by Living Las Vegas which earned about $32 million.
Likewise her father Davis Guggenheim has an estimated net worth of around $8 million. His net worth is earned not only while producing films and television series but he is also involved in documentaries like The Road We’ve Traveled, Waiting for Superman, It Might Get Loud, An Inconvenient Truth, and others. Looking at the huge net worth if her parents, we are sure that Stella is spending a very luxurious life along with her parents and siblings.
Stella Street Guggenheim is young to be in any relationship or love affairs, so she is currently single. As of now, she is living his simple life together with her family.Stella Street Guggenheim with her family (Photo: Biogossip)
Stella Street Guggenheim’s Parents’ Personal Life
Her parents Elisabeth Shue and Davis Guggenheim married in August 1994. As of now, their marriage is going strong. The couple seems to be having a very happy married life since then. The couple together has three children in total. They named their first child Miles Willian Guggenheim, second child daughter Stella Street Guggenheim and third daughter Agnes Charles Guggenheim.
The children not only increased the size of the family but also increased happiness and made the couple’s relationship much stronger too. Trust, love, care, respect, and mutual understanding is what Davis and Elisabeth’s relationship stronger and smoother. We must say, the pair are enjoying a blissful married life without any rumors of divorce or separation issues. Anges is living her happy life with her parents and siblings.
Stella Street Guggenheim’s Mother’s Career
Her mother Elisabeth Shue initially began her acting in television commercials in 1982 where she had a minor role in the TV movie The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana. After that, she appeared in Somewhere, Tomorrow. Additionally, in 1984, she played Ali in the movie The Karate Kid. Later she appeared as Jackie Saranac in the TV series Call to Glory. Also, she has appeared in numerous other movies and television series. However, she has over 50 credits as an actress.
Elisabeth garnered the Academy Award nomination in 1996 for her performance in ‘Leaving Las Vegas’. In addition, she has also garnered the Golden Globe and BAFTA Film Award. Also, she won the ACCA award in 1995 and CFCA Award in 1996.
Stella Street Guggenheim’s Father’s career
Her father, Davis Guggenheim has worked on the TV series Deadwood in 2004 and The Defenders from 2010 to 2011. After that, he has directed and produced some movies such as Gossip, Gracie, From the Sky Down, It Might Get Loud, An Inconvenient Truth, Training Day, The Opposite Sex, and How to Live with them, Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead. Besides this, he has also worked on episodes of the TV series Melrose Place, Party of Five, Sisters, NYPD Blue, ER, 24, Alias, Push, Nevada, The Shield, Numb3rs, and The Unit.
Awards & Achievements
He won an Academy Award in 2007 for An Inconvenient Truth. Also, he directed the documentary He Named Me Malala about Pakistani female activist Malala Yousafzai in 2014. Further, he was even ranked within the top 100 highest-grossing documentaries of all time