|Net Worth||$ 12,000,000|
|Real name||Abigail Breslin|
|Source of Wealth||Movies, TV Shows|
|Date of Birth||Apr 14, 1996|
|Height||155 cm / 5 ft 1 inch|
As of 2022, the estimated net worth of Abigail Breslin is around $12 million.
Abigail Breslin's career began at a young age and has continued throughout her adulthood, appearing in numerous films, television shows, and stage productions.
Some of her most notable roles include "Little Miss Sunshine," "Zombieland Double Tap," and "Scream Queens."
Her net worth has been accumulated from her successful acting career and various other ventures.
The story of Abigail Breslin began on April 14, 1996, in New York City. Her parents are Kim Breslin, a talent manager, and Michael Breslin, a computer programmer, and telecommunications consultant.
Abigail is the youngest of three; she has two older brothers, Ryan and Spencer, both actors.
Breslin made her TV debut in a commercial for the American toy store company "Toy R Us" in 1999 when she was only three.
In 2002, Breslin starred in her first movie, the science fiction horror "Signs" alongside Mel Gibson. Besides grossing $408 million worldwide, the film also received strong reviews from film critics.
Two years after her debut, Breslin starred in the 2004 film "Raising Helen" alongside critically acclaimed actors Kate Hudson, Joan Cusack, and Helen Mirren. Although the film received mixed reviews and did not perform well at the box office.
Breslin also landed a small role in "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement". In 2004, Breslin was also part of the independent movie "Keane." The film grossed $394,390 worldwide, but once again, Breslin's talent was evident and acclaimed by the movie critics.
However, Breslin's breakthrough role came in the 2006 comedy-drama "Little Miss Sunshine," where she portrayed the character of Olive Hoover, a young girl competing in a beauty pageant. Breslin was cast for the role at age six and received critical acclaim for her precise acting abilities and ability to bring the character to life.
As a result of her performance, she won a Best Actress Award at the Tokyo International Film Festival. She was nominated for an Academy Award, SAG Award, and BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress. Also, in 2008, she was named ShoWest's "Female Star of Tomorrow," In 2010, she made her Broadway debut in "The Miracle Worker." 
Abigail Breslin's career continued to flourish in the years following "Little Miss Sunshine." In 2007, she made her stage debut in the New York City production of "Right You Are (If You Think You Are)," alongside Cate Blanchett, Dianne Wiest, Natalie Portman, and Peter Sarsgaard. The same year, she was listed as one of Forbes magazine's "Young Hollywood's Top-Earning Stars," coming in at number eight.
"No Reservations" was Breslin's next acting engagement, where she worked with Catherine Zeta-Jones. Unfortunately, the movie gathered primarily negative reviews.
Next, she appeared in "Definitely, Maybe," "Nim's Island," and "My Sister's Keeper."
In 2010, Breslin appeared in the Broadway play "The Miracle Worker" as Hellen Keller, for which she once again received recognition.
In 2011, Breslin voiced Priscilla in the Nickelodeon movie Ringo.
From 2013 to 2019, Breslin was featured in "The Call," "Hunter," "Ender's Game," "August: Osage County," "Scream Queens," and "Zombieland: Double Tap."
In 2021, Breslin appeared in "Stillwater" alongside Matt Damon.
In 2017 the actress disclosed that her ex-boyfriend raped her. Because of her abusive relationship, Breslin was diagnosed with PTSD (post-traumatic disorder).
In 2021 her father died of complications related to COVID-19.
In 2022, the actress revealed that she got engaged to her boyfriend.
Abigail Breslin is an American actress that rose to prominence as a young kid thanks to her role in the movie "Little Miss Sunshine."
She was also part of many box office hits, including "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement," "Scream Queens," and "Zombieland: Double Tap.
Her net worth is estimated at $12 million.
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