Tina Majorino is an American actress who was born on February 7, 1985, in Westlake, Los Angeles, California in the United States. She grew up in Westlake with her parents Sarah and Robert Majorino, and her brother Kevin. She made her acting debut in 1992 in the sitcom "Camp Wilder". Her film debut would come two years later in the film "When a Man Loves a Woman". Her career quickly took off from there and she landed roles in the films "Andre", "Corrina, Corrina" and "Waterworld" with Kevin Costner. In 1999, Majorino played Alice in the made-for-television film "Alice in Wonderland". She took a break from acting and didn't return until 2004 when she appeared as Deb in the award-winning comedic independent film "Napoleon Dynamite". Majorino went on to star as Addy Fisher in the ABC television series "The Deep End" in 2009.
She returned to her role as Deb in an animated version of Napolean Dynamite in 2012. She has also appeared in the television series "True Blood, "Big Love", "Veronica Mars", and "Grey's Anatomy". Other roles include playing Florence in the television series "Scorpion" and Maggie Harris in the series "Legends". Majorino is still focusing on her career and has yet to be married.
|Birth Date:||7 Feb, 1985|
|Citizenship:||United States of America|
|Description:||American film and television actress|
|Net Worth 2020:||1.5 million|
|Net Worth 2021:||1.5 million|