• Stella Street Guggenheim

    Elisabeth Shue's Daughter




  • Facts of Stella Street Guggenheim

    Name Stella Street Guggenheim
    Date of Birth March 19, 2001
    Zodiac Sign Pisces
    Gender Female
    Birth Country United States of America
    Nationality American
    Ethnicity Mixed
    Profession Family Member
    Net worth $8 Million
    Marital Status Single
    Hair Color Blonde
    Eye Color Black
    Father Davis Guggenheim
    Mother Elisabeth Shue
    Siblings Miles William Guggenheim
    Grandfater Charles Guggenheim, James Shue,
    Grandmother Marion Guggenheim, Anne Harms

    Stella Street Guggenheim is one of the children with a brighter future and sharper minds through which she can develop a durable power to imagine and create new things. In her perspective, she doesn’t have to wait for miracles because something beautiful always happens in her life.

    Stella was born on 19th March 2001 in the United States of America and hailed from German Jews heritage. She is the daughter of Davis Guggenheim, a director, and Elisabeth Shue, an actress. Let’s explore more about Guggenheim’s personal life in the following sections.

    Is Stella into Dating? Her Current Relationship Status

    The 18-year-old, Stella, is reportedly not dating anyone, but people started to speculate her personal life with questions about her choice of dating a boyfriend. Nevertheless, it seems like she isn’t ready to be a part of a relationship and stays off the closet with low profile personality.

    Without any plans for dating, Guggenheim is in a good friendship with her fellow, Drew Weidhaas aka Drew Williams. On 24th April 2019, Stella posted a picture of her and her close one, Drew via Instagram, while playing black color kittens. So, Stella gets a good friend rather than a boyfriend until now.

    Guggenheim’s Parents, Elisabeth & Davis’ Married Life

    Stella’s parents, Elisabeth Shue and Davis Guggenheim, are notable as one of the beautiful and romantic couples of the film industry. The two walked down the aisle in an intimate ceremony in between their beloved ones in August 1994.

     Stella Guggenheim's parents, Elisabeth Shue and Davis Guggenheim
    Stella Guggenheim’s parents, Elisabeth Shue and Davis Guggenheim 
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    The Burger Kind Girl star, Elisabeth, and Davis are spending the most cherishable moments of their lives in their marital union. More to this, the pair celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with lots of wishes in August of 2019.

    Sister to Two Siblings

    Guggenheim is the sister of two lovely siblings, one older brother, Miles William Guggenheim, who was born on 11th November 1997. After the birth of her first sibling, her little sister, Agnes Charles Guggenheim, arrived on 18th June 2006, who was 6 pounds and 7 oz. During the postnatal period.

    Stella Guggenheim with her younger sister, Agnes Charles Guggenheim and their parents
    Stella Guggenheim with her younger sister, Agnes Charles Guggenheim and their parents
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    On the other hand, Stella is the cousin sister of Nathaniel William Shue, who was born to her uncle, Andrew Shue, and her aunt, Jennifer Hageney, on 1st August 1996. Her cousin is now a 23-year-old grown-up man. also read Sydney Brooke Simpson.

     Stella’s Parents (Davis & Elisabeth) ‘s Net Worth

    Guggenheim’s father, Davis, has a net worth of $8 Million as of 2020. He earns a whopping salary from his professional works. Meanwhile, in the United States, a film director receives a payroll of $65,649 per year. So, his annual income might be listed in the same figure.

    On a similar way, Stella’s mom, Elisabeth, grasps a net worth of $12.5 Million. Throughout her filming career, she featured in many successful films like Battle of the Sexes, which grossed $12,640,000 and Death Wish with a box office collection of $24.5 Million. So, her bank balance is still garnering acclaim from her movie credits.

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