Bella Thorne has a $12 million net worth as an actress, dancer, singer, and model in the United States. She rose to prominence after starring in the Disney Channel sitcom “Shake It Up” as CeCe Jones, an aspiring teenage dancer. She’s subsequently built a successful entertainment career that includes roles in films, television shows, and commercial endorsements.
Annabella Avery Thorne was born on October 8, 1997, in Pembroke Pines, Florida. Tamara Thorne and Delancey Reinaldo “Rey” Thorne are her parents. Her father died in a car accident in 2007, leaving her to be raised by her single mother, who struggled to make ends meet.
Bella considers this as one of the reasons she sought a profession in entertainment so actively so early in her life: she wanted to help support her family. Her three brothers and sisters are also actresses.
Thorne has revealed that she was bullied as a child due to her dyslexia and the fact that she spoke Spanish as her first language. After that, she was homeschooled.
Bella bought a house in Sherman Oaks, California, for $2 million in 2016. She told Vogue magazine that she paid for the house entirely with earnings from Instagram sponsored posts, and that she didn’t need a mortgage. For a single IG sponsored post, she makes $65,000 to $100,000.
Bella bought a mountaintop mansion in Topanga, California for $3.3 million in 2019.
In November 2011, she began dating Tristan Klier, a former student. After over three years of dating, the two called it quits in 2014. From August 2015 until August 2016, Thorne dated English actor Gregg Sulkin.
She came out as bisexual shortly after the breakup. She had a brief relationship with emo rapper Lil Peep in 2017 and was in a relationship with musician Blackbear in August of the same year.
She has been dating Italian singer Benjamin Mascolo of the musical group Benji & Fede since April 2019, and the two announced their engagement in March 2021. Thorne said in July 2019 that she is pansexual.
Thorne’s nude photos were stolen by hackers in June 2019, who threatened her with extortion if she didn’t reveal the photos herself. She addressed the subject of pornographic deepfakes later that year.
Thorne is known for having a polarizing public image. She noted that she felt confined when working for Disney, and that “”After Disney, I had the opportunity to uncover my own self, and that is evident in all of my work from acting, producing, directing, and writing,” she says, adding, “I wish I would have been true to myself.” I now have greater artistic freedom to express myself in new ways.”
Thorne has appeared in over 30 advertisements, including those for Neutrogena and Texas Instruments, among others. Guess Jeans, Tommy Hilfiger, J.Lo Girls, Candie’s, Ralph Lauren, Gap, and Diesel are among her commercial efforts.
She has been on the covers of Shape, Seventeen, Teen Vogue, Latina and Gay Times in the United States, Company in the United Kingdom, Marie Claire and CosmoGirl in Indonesia, Elle in Canada, and Glamour and GQ in Mexico.
She has appeared in the music videos “Bedroom Floor” by Liam Payne, “Trust Me” by Bhad Bhabie, and “Outta My Head” by Logan Paul.
Thorne supports the Humane Society, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and The Nomad Organization, which aids children in Africa with education, food, and medical supplies.
She also joined PETA in encouraging people to boycott and oppose SeaWorld, despite the fact that she had appeared in a SeaWorld commercial as a child.