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Agnes Charles Guggenheim

Agnes Charles Guggenheim

Facts of Agnes Charles Guggenheim

Full Name: Agnes Charles Guggenheim
Birth Date: June 18, 2006
Age: 13 years
Gender: Female
Country: America
Horoscope: Gemini
Birth PlaceUnited States
FatherDavis Guggenheim
MotherElisabeth Shue
SiblingsMiles William Guggenheim , Stella Street Guggenheim
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Agnes Charles Guggenheim is the child of American celebrity Elisabeth Shue and Davis Guggenheim.

How old is Agnes Charles Guggenheim? Bio, Parents, Nationality, Ethnicity

Agnes Charles Guggenheim was born on 18 June 2006, in The United States of America. As of 2019, she is 13 years old. She is the daughter of Elisabeth Shue and Davis Guggenheim.

Agnes Charles Guggenheim parents
Caption: Agnes Charles Guggenheim parents

She also has siblings named Miles William Guggenheim and Stella Street Guggenheim. Agnes holds an American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity. She might be studying in an elementary school. However, the information about her school yet not provided.

Agnes Charles Guggenheim’s Parents’ Net Worth

Guggenheim is just 10 years old as of 2019, so there is no point that the celebrity child has the net worth of her own as she has no source of earnings. However, her mother Elizabeth Shue is an American actress who has a net worth of $12.5 million. Her best grossing movie The Karate Kid collected $90.8 million worldwide followed by Living Las Vegas which earned about $32 million.

Likewise her father Davis Guggenheim is an American film director and producer who has a net worth of $8 million. Looking at the huge net worth if her parents, we are sure that Agnes is spending a very luxurious life along with her parents and siblings.

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Agnes Charles Guggenheim’s Parents’ Personal life

Agnes Charles is still a kid so it is too early to talk about the relationship. Her parents Elisabeth Shue and Davis Guggenheim married in August 1994. However, there is not much about her parent’s personal life in the media. There is no information on how they meet when they first etc.

Agnes Charles Guggenheim with her family
Agnes Charles Guggenheim with her family

Their marriage is going strong as there is no news regarding any extramarital affairs at present. Anges is living her happy life with her parents and siblings.

Agnes Charles Guggenheim’s Parents Career

The professional life of Agnes hasn’t been started as she is in her school days. Luckily, she came to fame because both parents are from the entertainment industry. In the future, she may follow the footsteps of her parents. Her mother is Shue initially began acting in television commercials. In 1982, she had a minor role in the TV movie ‘The Royal Romance of Charles and Diana.’

Later, she appeared in ‘Somewhere, Tomorrow’. Additionally, in 1984, she played Ali in the movie ‘The Karate Kid’. She appeared as Jackie Saranac in the TV series ‘Call to Glory.’ Since then, she has appeared in numerous other movies and television series. All in all, she has over 50 credits as an actress. Elisabeth garnered the Academy Award nomination in 1996 for her performance in ‘Leaving Las Vegas’. In addition, she has also garnered the Golden Globe and BAFTA Film Award. She won the ACCA award in 1995 and CFCA Award in 1996.

Likewise her father  Davis Guggenheim is an American film director and producer.  As a director or producer, he has worked on the TV series Deadwood in 2004 and The Defenders from 2010 to 2011. Guggenheim has directed or produced the films Gossip, Gracie, From the Sky Down, It Might Get Loud, An Inconvenient Truth, Training Day, The Opposite Sex and How to Live with them, and Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead. He has also worked on episodes of the TV series Melrose Place, Party of Five, Sisters, NYPD Blue, ER, 24, Alias, Push, Nevada, The Shield, Numb3rs, and The Unit. Guggenheim won an Academy Award in 2007 for An Inconvenient Truth. He also directed the documentary He Named Me Malala about Pakistani female activist Malala Yousafzai in 2014.