Hunter Schafer is an American actress, fashion model as well as LGBT rights activist. She made her debut in the film industry in the year 2019 in the Home Box Office (HBO) series, “Euphoria” by playing the role of Jules, Zendaya’s love interest.
Hunter was born on the 31st of December, 1998 to parents Mac Schafer and Katy Schafer. At an early age, her family shifted to Raleigh, North Carolina, United States of America. She has three siblings; two sisters and a brother whose names have not been disclosed by her yet. She has pretty blue eyes and blonde hair color. She is an American belonging to the Caucasian ethnicity. It is believed that the young actress struggled with her gender identity at an early age but is recognized as a trans woman these days.
She studied at Needham B. Broughton High School. Later, she transferred to the University of North Carolina School of Arts in 2017 to study High School Visual Arts Program. When she was in high school, she protested against the North Carolina Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act, also known as House Bill 2 or HB2. She stated in an interview that the Internet helped her to deal with her gender identity. Hunter confronted that she is a trans woman and felt proud to be called a one as well. She also said that she is nearer to what people might call her lesbian.
Hunter Schafer Career
Hunter has modeled for many brands such as Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Vera Wang, Versus Versace, Dior, Emilio Pucci, Marc Jacobs, Helmut Lang, and many more. She was listed on Teen Vogue, an American online Publication as “21 Under 21”. She had been granted an interview with former United States Senator and Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton. Hunter made her film debut in 2019 by casting in an American teen drama television series, “Euphoria”. She portrayed the leading role of Jules Vaughn, a transgender girl. She received praise from the public for her outstanding performance in the series. After getting so many responses about her character, she decided to collaborate with Sam Levinson, director of the series Euphoria.
Due to her stunning looks and fabulous acting skills, Schafer is quite popular among the youth and has millions of followers on Social media. She has a verified account on Instagram having more than 7.2 million fan followers, 918 people following with 99 posts to date.
Hunter Schafer Biography
|Real Name||Hunter Schafer|
|Birth Date||31 December 1998|
|Age (As of 2022)||23 Years|
|Birth Place||Raleigh, North Carolina, USA|
|Profession||Actress, Model, Activist|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 10” – in Centimetres – 178 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 50 kg – in Pounds – 110 lbs|
|Sister||Two (Hannah & Tori Schafer)|
|School||Broughton Magnet High School|
|College||University of North Carolina School of the Arts|
|Marital Status||In Relationship|
|Is she a lesbian?||Yes|
|Who is her boyfriend?||Dominic Fike|
According to the reports gathered from different sources, the 20-year old girl is unmarried and is focused on her modeling and acting career and has so many success milestones that are yet to be attained by her in the future. She is a proud trans woman however according to the media, she is in a relationship with American singer Dominic Fike. They haven’t confirmed this relationship publicly but, they have been spotted spending time together quite often.
Hunter Schafer Net Worth
The talented young transgender actress earns quite a good amount of income. Her income source comes from modeling for different brands, as well as acting. It is expected that her net worth is around $750,000.
- Hunter’s father, Mac Schafer is a reputable Pastor at Hudson Presbyterian Church.
- During her school time in Carolina, she has been an LGBT activist.
- She has several agencies at different locations.
- Elite Model Management, a chain modeling agency in New York, Oui Management in Paris, Why Not Model Management in Milan, and Premier Model Management in London, are some of her modeling agencies.
- Along with other transgender actors, the Primetime Emmy Awards came under fire for excluding Hunter from the nominations.
- In the honor of 50th anniversary of the first LGBTQ Pride Parade, Queerty, an online newspaper and magazine which covers gay-oriented news and lifestyle, entitled her among the fifty heroes who leads the nation towards acceptance, equality, and dignity for all people.