Elizabeth Banks Age, Wiki, Biography, Height, Weight, Net Worth, Boyfriend & More

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Elizabeth Banks, initially known for her television roles, catapulted to fame with her captivating performances on Broadway in productions like ‘The 40-Year-Old Virgin,’ ‘Invincible,’ ‘Spiderman,’ and ‘The Hunger Games.’

Her ability to seamlessly transition across genres, including drama, comedy, horror, and science fiction, has established her as a versatile actor in the industry.

Garnering accolades such as the prestigious ‘Emmy Awards,’ Banks, alongside her husband Max Handelman, manages the production company ‘Brownstone.’ Beyond the glitz of Hollywood, she actively engages in social work, notably contributing to the ‘Go Red for Women’ campaign.

One noteworthy initiative was her involvement in the documentary ‘Just a Little Heart Attack’ for a heart disease awareness campaign.

Elizabeth Banks Wiki & Biography

Name Elizabeth Banks
Nickname Liz Banks
Date Of Birth February 10, 1974
Age 49 Years
Birth Place Pittsfield, Massachusetts, United States
Gender Female
Profession Actress
Debut First Film: Surrender Dorothy

First TV Show: All My Children

Famous For The Hunger Games

Pitch Perfect

Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Nationality American
Religion Judaism

Elizabeth Bank’s Net Worth

Salary Not Known
Net Worth $30 million

Height, Weight, and Color

Height in cm 165 cm
Height in Meters 1.65 m
Height in Feet Inches 5 foot 4 inches
Weight 55 kg

121 lbs

Body Type Slim
Body Measurement 34-26-35
Waist Size 24 inches
Shoe Size 7 (US)
Eye Colour Blue
Hair Colour Blonde

Elizabeth Banks’s Family and Relatives

Father Mark Mitchell

Elizabeth Banks with her parents
Elizabeth Banks with her parents

Mother Ann Mitchell
Brothers Geoff Mitchell
Sisters Sarah Mitchell

Elizabeth Banks with her sister
Elizabeth Banks with her sister

Boyfriends / Girlfriends Max Handelman
Marital Status Married
Partner Max Handelman

Elizabeth Banks with her husband
Elizabeth Banks with her husband

Sons Magnus Mitchell Handelman, Felix Handelman

Elizabeth Banks with her sons
Elizabeth Banks with her sons

Daughters Not Known

Elizabeth Banks Education School and Colleges

Education Qualification Graduate
School Master of Fine Arts
College & University University of Pennsylvania and American Conservatory Theater

Favorite Things Of Elizabeth Banks

Favorite Colour Blue, Pink
Favorite Actor David Letterman
Favorite Actress Not Known
Favorite Food Cupcakes
Favorite TV Shows Not Known
Favorite Movie Not Known
Favorite Pets Not Known
Hobbies Horse riding and baseball
Favorite Destination Not Known

Elizabeth Banks

Interesting Facts About Elizabeth Banks

  • Embarking on the acting journey, Elizabeth relocated to New York, landing minor roles in TV and films. Her debut in the movie ‘Surrender Dorothy’ (1998), tackling the theme of drug addiction, marked the beginning of her on-screen presence.
  • Subsequent to her impactful performance in ‘Surrender Dorothy,’ Banks ventured into television with appearances in New York-centric shows like ‘Third Watch’ and ‘Sex and the City.’
  • In pursuit of broader opportunities, she made the move to Los Angeles, where she encountered the necessity to adopt the surname ‘Banks’ due to the presence of another actor named Elizabeth Mitchell.
  • The turning point in Banks’ career came in 2002 with her role in Sam Raimi’s ‘Spiderman,’ propelling her into the spotlight.
  • Ascending on the trajectory of success, Banks contributed to films like ‘Swept Away’ and ‘Catch Me If You Can,’ with the latter solidifying her popularity.
  • Recognition continued to pour in for Banks, notably with a nomination for the ‘Screen Actors Guild Award’ for her portrayal of ‘Marcela Howard’ in the film ‘Seabiscuit’ (2003).
  • Continuing her journey, Banks reprised her role as ‘Betty Brant’ in ‘Spider-Man 2’ (2004) and delivered a standout performance in the comic hit ‘The 40-Year-Old Virgin’ (2005).
  • In 2006, she showcased her versatility in the comic horror film ‘Slither,’ embodying the character ‘Starla Grant,’ the wife of a man possessed by an alien.
  • 2008 marked a significant year with Elizabeth securing prominent roles in films such as ‘Definitely, Maybe,’ ‘Meet Dave,’ ‘Zack and Miri Make a Porno,’ and ‘Lovely, Still.’ Notably, she portrayed the ‘First Lady Laura Bush’ in Oliver Stone’s biopic ‘W.’
  • A venture into television ensued in 2010 when Elizabeth joined the fourth season of the sitcom ‘30 Rock,’ portraying the conservative television commentator ‘Avery Jessup’ and earning two Emmy nominations.
  • 2012 brought pivotal roles in films like ‘Man on a Ledge,’ ‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting,’ and ‘The Hunger Games,’ where her supporting role contributed significantly to the movie’s success.
  • Worldwide acclaim awaited Banks with her portrayal of ‘Effie Trinket’ in ‘The Hunger Games’ series, a role she reprised in the sequel ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ (2013).
  • Beyond acting, Banks, along with husband Max Handelman, co-owns the production company ‘Brownstone,’ producing films like ‘Surrogates’ and the wildly successful ‘Pitch Perfect’ series.
  • The period from 2014 to 2019 saw Banks immersed in various projects, including ‘Walk of Shame,’ ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1,’ ‘Pitch Perfect 2,’ ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,’ ‘Pitch Perfect 3,’ ‘The Happytime Murders,’ and ‘Brightburn.’ Additionally, she stepped into the directorial realm with the action comedy film ‘Charlie’s Angels’ in 2018.
  • Noteworthy milestones in her career include receiving the ‘Exciting New Face Award’ from the ‘Young Hollywood Awards Team’ in 2003, recognizing her outstanding performances in films like ‘Spider-Man,’ ‘Swept Away,’ and ‘Seabiscuit.’
  • Her foray into television continued with a remarkable performance in the fourth episode of the sitcom ‘30 Rock,’ earning her two Emmy nominations for ‘Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series.’

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