Betty Gabriel’s Biography: Net Worth, Age, Height, Film And Television Shows

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Betty Gabriel is an actress from the United States. Her work in Blumhouse Productions flicks is what made her famous.

She rose to prominence after playing Laney Rucker in the horror thriller The Purge: Election Year.

She went on to play Georgina in Get Out, for which she received critical acclaim and multiple award nominations.


Betty Gabriel’s height and age, as well as her biography

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Betty Gabriel was born on January 6, 1981, in Washington, D.C. Betty Gabriel is 39 years old and stands 5 feet 4 inches tall.

Betty Gabriel traveled to Chicago to follow her vocation after graduating from Iowa State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science.


Betty Gabriel studied modern dance at Julliard while working at the Chicago Theatre, graduating in 2014. Betty’s first major appearance was in the 2011 drama ‘In Memoriam,’ and her television acting debut was in the 2016 horror sequel ‘The Purge: Election Year.’

Betty Gabriel Top 5 Movies


Get Out – 2017

Beyond Skyline – 2017

Diverted Eden – 2018

Unfriended: Dark Web – 2018

Upgrade – 2018

J.K. Simmons and Betty Gabriel

Betty Gabriel Top TV Shows


Photo Credit: Upgrade

Counterpart – 2018

Adopt a Highway – 2019

The Twilight Zone – 2019

Human Capital – 2019

Defending Jacob – 2020


Betty Gabriel Net Worth


Betty’s net worth is estimated at $1 million. Her major source of income is acting.

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