Laurie Hernandez Net Worth: An American Gymnast and dancer, her earnings, career, awards

Laurie Hernandez Net Worth: An American Gymnast and dancer, her earnings, career, awards

Facts of Laurie Hernandez Net Worth: An American Gymnast and dancer, her earnings, career, awards

Net worth$3.5 million
Date of Birth:2000 June 9
First NameLauren Zoe
Last NameHernandez
Age:24 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 1 Inch

Laurie Hernandez is an American artistic gymnast who has a net worth is $3.5 million. She is well known as an Olympic gold medalist, as well as being the youngest champion of Dancing with the Stars.

Laurie Hernandez 's controversy

During the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, Laurie won silver in the individual balance beam competition and secured gold in the all-around team competition.

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Income Source of Laurie Hernandez

Laurie Hernandez has a net worth of $3.5 million, which she earned as an artistic gymnast from mining her trade and her participation in Dancing with the Stars added more into her account. As a member of the national team, she collected a good amount of fortune. 

The Olympic gold medalist Laurie has won the whopping prize in 2016, winning with her pro partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy the 23rd season of the Dancing with the Stars

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Early Life of Laurie Hernandez

On June 9, 2000, Laurie Hernandez was born in Old Bridge Township of New Jersey to the parents Hernandez Wanda and Hernandez Anthony. She was the youngest gymnast in Morganville, New Jersey and had her training.

She has a brother and a sister named Jelysa and Marcus respectively. She's Puerto Rican. On June 25, 2018, Hernandez was awarded an honorary high school diploma after she addressed the commencement exercises of Old Bridge High School although she did not attend that school.

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Career of Laurie Hernandez

Laurie began her career at the age of 12 in 2012 at the U.S. Classics where she was 11th in the junior division and thus qualified for the National Championships in St. Louis where after a 2-day long competition she secured 21st rank.

She bagged a second position in the all-around in WOGA Classic in 2013 and in June, she participated in American Classic in Huntsville, Texas where she was 1st in floor exercise, 2nd in Ariana Agrapides all-around, and 3rd in the vault and balance beam.

Since then, she has been crowned as the all-around junior champion and bagged a lot more ranks in the City of Jesolo Trophy with a bronze medal, a silver medal for vault and balancing beam with a gold medal.

Laurie Hernandez 's Career

She also competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in the Women's Qualification. Since 1992, she has become America's youngest female gymnast to win an individual Olympic medal. Also, since winning the season 23 of Dancing with the Stars with partner Valentin Chmerkovskiy, she has become a celebrity. They won the trophy for Mirrorball. She remains the youngest winner of the show.

Laurie has had a variety of talk shows such as Good Morning America, The Today Show, Entertainment Tonight, and more. She also announced on Instagram about her book I Got This: To Gold and Beyond.

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Laurie Hernandez’s Rumors, and Controversy

Since Laurie is just a 16-year-old gymnast, she has not rolled into any rumors and controversies. She is an optimistic type of person and disregards the negative things of her life because from the beginning of her career she wants to accomplish a lot from this age. Since she is a graceful and optimistic person, she is not affected by rumors and controversies.

Laurie Hernandez 's intro

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