Elisabeth Shue’s daughter Stella Street Guggenheim Biography, Parents, Siblings, Net Worth, Relationship

Stella Street Guggenheim is a celebrity daughter of the power couple Elisabeth Shue and Davis Guggenheim. Her mother Elisabeth is an American actress, best known for her starring roles in the films The Karate Kid, Adventures in Babysitting, Cocktail, Back to the Future Part II, Back to the Future Part III, Soapdish, Leaving Las Vegas, The Saint, Hollow Man, and Piranha 3D.

Her father Davis is an American film and television director and producer known for credits NYPD Blue, ER, 24, Alias, The Shield, Deadwood, and the documentaries An Inconvenient Truth, The Road We’ve Traveled, Waiting for “Superman” and He Named Me Malala.

Bio or Wiki of Stella Street Guggenheim

Celebrity daughter Stella Street Guggenheim born on 19th March 2001 to parents Elisabeth Shue (mother) and Davis Guggenheim (father). Her birth sign is Pisces. Both her parents’ actors and actively involved in the entertainment industry. Having American nationality, Stella is of mixed ethnicity.

Her grandparents were Charles Guggenheim, Marion Guggenheim, James Shue, and Anne Harms. She has a cousin named Nathaniel William Shue. Further, her aunties and uncles are Grace Guggenheim, Jenna Shue, Andrew Shue, William Shue, and Jonathan Guggenheim. Stella has two siblings Miles William Guggenheim and Agnes Charles Guggenheim.

Stella Street Guggenheim Parents’ Net Worth

Stella just came into the spotlight as a celebrity daughter. Also, she is yet to start her own professional career. So Stella’s net worth is under review. Her mother Elisabeth Shue has an estimated net worth of $12.5 million. Shue earned a massive sum of money from her acting career. Her best-netting film The Karate Kid gathered $90.8 million overall followed by Living Las Vegas which earned about $32 million.

On the other hand, her father Davis Guggenheim has an expected net worth of $8 million. He earned money by featuring in the movies & Tv series. He is associated with narratives like The Road We’ve Traveled, Waiting for Superman, It Might Get Loud, An Inconvenient Truth, and others. So Stella Street Guggenheim living & enjoying life with her parents’ net worth.

What’s Stella Street Guggenheim Relationship Status?

Stella Street Guggenheim is youthful to be in any sort of relationship. Currently, she is single and yet to be involved in any sort of relationship. Also, she is a private person. She is carrying on with his straightforward coexistence with her family.

Her Parents’ Personal Life & Relationship

Stella’s parents Elisabeth Shue and Davis Guggenheim wedded in August 1994. Starting now, their marriage is going solid. The couple is by all accounts having an extremely glad hitched life from that point forward. They together have three kids together. They are Miles Willian Guggenheim, Stella Street Guggenheim, and Agnes Charles Guggenheim.

The couple’s relationship a lot more grounded. Trust, love, care, regard, and shared comprehension is the thing that Davis and Elisabeth’s relationship more grounded and smoother. We should state, the pair are appreciating a merry wedded existence with no gossipy tidbits about separation or partition issues.

Stella Street Guggenheim Mother Career

Her mom Elisabeth Shue at first started her acting in TV advertisements in 1982 where she had a minor part in the TV film The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana. From that point forward, she showed up in Somewhere, Tomorrow. Also, in 1984, she played Ali in the film The Karate Kid.

Later she showed up as Jackie Saranac in the TV arrangement Call to Glory. Likewise, she has shown up in various different films and TV arrangements. Nonetheless, she has more than 50 credits as an entertainer.

Elisabeth earned the Academy Award designation in 1996 for her exhibition in ‘Leaving Las Vegas’. Likewise, she has additionally earned the Golden Globe and BAFTA Film Award. Likewise, she won the ACCA grant in 1995 and CFCA Award in 1996.

Stella Street Guggenheim Father Career

Her dad, Davis Guggenheim has taken a shot at the TV arrangement Deadwood in 2004 and The Defenders from 2010 to 2011. From that point forward, he has coordinated and delivered a few motion pictures, for example, Gossip, Gracie, From the Sky Down, It Might Get Loud, An Inconvenient Truth, Training Day, The Opposite Sex and How to Live with them, Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead.

Other than this, he has likewise taken a shot at scenes of the TV arrangement Melrose Place, Party of Five, Sisters, NYPD Blue, ER, 24, Alias, Push, Nevada, The Shield, Numb3rs, and The Unit.

He won an Academy Award in 2007 for An Inconvenient Truth. Likewise, he coordinated the narrative He Named Me Malala about Pakistani female lobbyist Malala Yousafzai in 2014. Further, he was even positioned inside the best 100 most noteworthy earning narratives ever.