Violett Beane Biography, Age, Parents, Boyfriend, Peta, Movies, The Flash and Interview

Violett Beane Biography

Violett Beane is an American actress, best known for her appearance in The CW’s The Flash as Jesse Wells / Jesse Quick and as well as Markie Cameron in the 2018 horror film Truth or Dare.

Violett Beane Movies

She debuted on a recurring role in season 2 of HBO series, The Leftovers. She also appeared as Taylor Truitt, a local girl in Jarden, Texas, who went missing along with two other girls. She was cast in The CW’s hit superhero drama The Flash. She recurred as Lily in the Fox medical drama series The Resident, a cancer patient under the care of Dr. Conrad Hawkins and Dr. Devon Pravesh.



Her film credits include the Slash, the indie horror film Flay and as Claire Wilson in the documentary Tower, which focuses on the University of Texas at Austin shooting in 1966, the first mass school shooting in the United States. In May 2017, she was cast as Markie Cameron in the Blumhouse supernatural thriller film Truth or Dare.  She has starred in the CBS television series as Cara Bloom, God Friended Me since 2018.

Violett Beane Age

Beane was born on 18 May 1996 in St. Petersburg, Florida, United States. She celebrates her birthday on 18 May every year.

Violett Beane Family

She is the daughter of her parents Andrea Beane, she lost her father Beane, who she always upload pictures in his memory on twitter. She has a brother Andrea Beane. She is deeply attached to her family as per the way she keeps on posting their photos with loving quotes.

Violett Beane Boyfriend

She is in a relationship with her long term boyfriend musician Paul Grant, known by his sage name Eyelid Kid. The two begun dating in June 2013. In Eyelid Kid behind the curtain, Violett plays big role – she created the website, serves as a second ear to all the recordings, and is the relentless inspiration, of course.

Violett Beane Body Measurements

  • Height: 5’6″
  • Weight: 119lbs
  • Shoe Size: Not Available
  • Body Shape: 29, 24, 33 in
  • Hair Colour: Brown

Violett Beane Net Worth

The award-winning actress, Beane, has an estimated net worth of $1 million which she has earned through her successful career as an actress.

Violett Beane Tattoo

She has two tattoo on her body. one on her wrist and the other on her right elbow. She has not revealed the meaning of her tattoos.

Violett Beane Peta

She posed nude for PETA (an American animal rights organization) in support of that lifestyle.

Violett Beane The Flash

She was cast in The Flash, The CW’s hit superhero drama as Jesse Wells (nicknamed “Jesse Quick”), the daughter of Earth-2 Harrison Wells (Tom Cavanagh). Jesse is a bright college student who gets caught in the battle between The Flash, who is Barry Allen and Zoom. Jesse Quick is a speedster in the Flash comics, being Wally West’s partner (currently played by Keiynan Lonsdale on The Flash). She came back in season 3 of the series as Jesse.

Violett Beane Truth Or Dare

Since 2018, she has starred in the CBS television series God Friended Me opposite Brandon Micheal Hall.

Violett Beane Movies and TV Shows

  • 2018 The Resident
  • 2018 Legends of Tomorrow
  • 2018 God Friended Me
  • 2018 Truth or Dare
  • 2017 Flay
  • 2016 Slash
  • 2016 Tower
  • 2016 Chicago P.D.
  • 2015 The Leftovers
  • 2015-present The Flash

Frequently Asked Questions About Violett Beane

Who is Beane?

Beane is one of American’s best known and best-loved actresses.

How old is Beane?

She is 23 years old as of 2019. She was in 1996.

How tall is Beane?

She stands at a height of 5′ 6″

Is Beane married?

She is not married but is dating musician Paul Grant.

How much is Beane worth?

She is an accomplished actress with an estimated net worth of $1 million.

How much does Beane make?

Her salary is not revealed.

Where does Beane live?

She lives in Los Angeles, California in the United States.

Is Beane dead or alive?

She is still alive and in good health.

Where is Beane now?

She is working on the film series God Friended Me.

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