Laurie Hernandez Biography, Age, Net Worth, Parents – American artistic gymnast Lauren Zoe Hernandez was born on June 9, 2000.
Laurie Hernandez Biography
She participated in the 2016 Summer Olympics as a member of the U.S. women’s gymnastics team known as the “Final Five” during her first season as a senior gymnast; in the end, the team event resulted in gold for the United States. On the balance beam, Hernandez won the silver medal in the individual competitions.
She started training again in late 2018 and indicated an interest in making a comeback to qualify for the Olympic Gymnastics Trials so she may compete for the American women’s team in Tokyo in 2021. However, she did not make it.
Hernandez has had appearances in several sports than gymnastics, including season 23 of Dancing with the Stars in 2016, when she and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy took home the trophy. Hernandez acted as Valeria in the Nickelodeon animated miniseries Middle School Moguls and hosted the inaugural season of American Ninja Warrior Junior as the on-course reporter. She is the author of two books, She’s Got This for kids and I Got This: To Gold and Beyond, a New York Times bestseller.
Hernandez was born in Old Bridge Township, New Jersey, the daughter of Puerto Rican parents Wanda and Anthony Hernandez. She was educated at home via the Abeka Academy distance-learning curriculum.
She has a sister, Jelysa, and a brother, Marcus, who both attended Rutgers University-New Brunswick and graduated in 2018. She is of Puerto Rican heritage. Since December 2020, she has been dating fellow gymnast Charlotte Drury.
Laurie Hernandez Net Worth
Lauren Hernandez’s net worth is estimated to be within $2 million, which is money she earned from mining her trade as an artistic gymnast.
Laurie Hernandez Parents
Hernandez was born in Old Bridge Township, New Jersey, and she is the daughter of Wanda and Anthony Hernandez, both from Puerto Rico.