Virginia Gardner is an American actress who is known for playing Karolina Dean in the Hulu original series Marvel’s Runaways and Vicky in David Gordon Green’s horror film Halloween. She has received wide recognition for her portrayal of the LGBTQ hero. In January 2018, it was announced that Gardner would star as Vicky in horror film Halloween a sequel to the 1978 film of the same name.
Virginia Elizabeth Gardner
Birthday / Date of Birth
Virginia Gardner was born on the 18th of April 1995, in Sacramento, California, United States.
She’s currently 25 years old.
Virginia attended Sacramento Country Day School from kindergarten to eighth grade. Later, In 2011, she did Online Schooling when she moved to Los Angeles but then chose to take the California High School Proficiency Exam when she was allowed to. She took the test in October 2011 and found out she passed the following month.
- Father – C. Gardner
- Mother – S. Gardner
- Siblings – Chas Gardner (Brother)
Boyfriend / Spouse
Virginia Gardner has dated –
- Graham Patrick Martin (2013-2017) – in 2013, actor Graham Patrick Martin and Virginia began dating and they were in a relationship for quite some time. They openly tweeted about their relationship and posted pictures with each other. Unfortunately, the cute couple broke up in 2017.
- Graham Rogers (2017-2018) – In 2017, Virginia started dating actor Graham Rogers. They were then seen together during numerous celebrity functions and award ceremonies. The couple broke up later in 2018.
- In feet – 5 feet 8 inches
- In centimeters – 173 cm
- In meters – 1.73 m
- In Kilograms – 58 kg
- In Pounds – 128 lbs
- Measurements – 34-26-35
- Bust – 34 inches
- Waist – 26 inches
- Hip – 35 inches
- Bra Size – 32E
She wears a size 9.5 (US) shoe.
Her dress size is 5 (US).
Virginia known for playing Karolina Dean in the Hulu original series, Marvel’s Runaways and Vicky in David Gordon Green’s horror film, Halloween. Virginia is famous for playing Karolina Dean in the Hulu unique series Marvel’s Runaways. In 2015, she has won awards in the past such as Hollywood Beauty Award.
In 2015, Virginia made her film debut as Christina Raskin in the found footage science fiction thriller film, Project Almanac directed by Dean Israelite.
In 2011, Virginia made her television show debut on the comedy, romance, drama series Hart of Dixie in which she played the role of Young Lemon.
Virginia Gardner has done endorsement work for several brands as a model such as Kohl’s, Love Culture, HP, Hollister, LF & Famous Footwear.
Awards & Nominations
|2015||Hollywood Beauty Awards||New Beauty Award||Herself||Won|
|2017||Golden Issue Awards||Best Ensemble Cast (shared with the Cast)||Marvel’s Runaways||Won|
Virginia Gardner Favorites
- Favorite Actor – Robert Downey Jr.
- Favorite Movies – LEGO (2014)
- Favorite Book – The Sarah Book by Scott McClanahan
- Favorite Band – Matchbox Twenty
- Favorite Food – Chicken Tikka Masala
Virginia Gardner Net worth
Virginia Gardner has an estimated net worth of $2 million dollars as of 2020.
Social Media Profiles
Some Lesser Known Facts About Virginia Gardner
- Virginia has won several awards in the past such as Hollywood Beauty Award and Golden Issue Award.
- Virginia has received wide recognition for her portrayal of the LGBTQ hero.
- Virginia is an animal lover and she has a dog.
- In 2012, Virginia made her acting debut as Danielle in the comedy television series, Lab Rats.
- In 2015, Gardner starred in the found footage science fiction thriller film Project Almanac as Christina Raskin, the main character’s younger sister.
- In 2016, she starred in a Belgian film named Good Kids beside Ashley Judd.
- In February 2017, it was announced that Gardner would star as Karolina Dean in Marvel’s Runaways a Hulu original series.
- In January 2018, it was announced that Gardner would star as Vicky in horror film Halloween a sequel to the 1978 film of the same name.
- In 2019, she played the role as Lucy in the comedy television series, The Righteous Gemstones.
- In 2020, Virginia made her film appearance by playing the role of Amanda in the teen romantic drama film, All the Bright Places directed by Brett Haley.