Annabel Graham is an American actress, director, writer, and photographer. She was born on the 30th of December, 1989 in Malibu, California. Graham is known for Ravine(2016), Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991), and Flying Cars (2019).
She studied in Philips Academy Andover in 2008 and magna cum laude from NYU’s Gallatin School of individualized study in 2011 holding an MFA in fiction from NYU. Annabel currently works as a writer, photographer, and illustrator and lives in Brooklyn.
|Birthday||December 30, 1989|
|Parents||William Graham, Janet Graham|
|Siblings||half-brother, John Graham|
|Net Worth||5 million USD|
10 Facts on Annabel Graham
- How old is Annabel Graham’s age? Annabel Graham was born on December 30, 1989. She is 30 years old now.
- Annabel studied in NYU where she later taught undergraduate creative writing. She is to date a writer in Brooklyn where she continues to work as a fiction editor for No Tokens, a literature and art journal.
- Her Wikipedia page is unavailable but she has a personal website containing information about her current lifestyle.
- Information about Graham’s height is unavailable but taking a look at her Instagram page, she seems pretty tall with a slim body.
- As of 2020, she has a boyfriend but she has not disclosed his name. She has a keen interest and skill in photography and has done a couple of impressive photoshoots with him.
- Annabel Graham has parents whose name is William A. Graham and Janet Graham. Her family members also include her half brother John Graham.
- Currently, Graham is the writer and director at No Tokens journal which also has an Instagram page and a website. No Tokens Journal is a writers’ platform that gives home to several genres of writings.
- In 2016, she won the best actress title in a short film at the 2016 IFS Film Festival for her performance in The Ravine.
- Annabel has a net worth of 5 Million USD working as a writer and director along with being an actress.
- She considers herself mainly as a writer but her photography is outstanding too. Furthermore, her photographs have been exhibited at the Los Angeles Centre of Photography. They have also appeared in publications such as Ature, Vogue, No Tokens, Bullett, Le Nouvel Obs, and CLES.
- Despite her first love being poetry, she is mainly focused on prose. Recently, she became a finalist for Epiphany Magazine’s 2019 Breakout 8 writers’ prize.