Hailie Sahar Biography
|Date of Birth:||1988 , July-12|
|Age:||32 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 Feet 6 Inch|
|Birth Place/City||Los Angeles, California|
|Ethnicity||mixed (Black, Latin, Indian, German, and Jewish)|
|Working For||Movies and Television series|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Weight in KG||57 kg|
|Movies||Leave It on the Floor|
|TV Show||Pose, Good Trouble, Eastsiders|
Hailie Sahar is an American actress, singer, and activist well known for her starring role as Lulu in FX's new dance musical drama Pose. The 32-year-old currently plays Jasmin in the drama TV series Good Trouble, a spin-off of the Freeform show The Forsters. In addition, she made her on-screen debut with the film Leave It on the Floor in 2011.
Bio-Wiki: Age And Height
Hailie Sahar was born on 12th July 1988 in Los Angeles, California, the United States. She is American belonging to mixed (Black, Latin, Indian, German, and Jewish) descent.
Her father was a minister of the Baptist church. She has five siblings-brothers. When she was a little child, she was a dance for L.A.'s WNBA team, the Sparks.
As of now, she is 32 years old. She has an average height of 5 feet 6 inches and a weight of 57 kg.
Debut Acting Role In Leave It on the Floor
Hailie Sahar made her on-screen debut with the film Leave It on the Floor in 2011. She then appeared in an episode of the comedy-web television series Transparent in 2016.
A year later, she made an appearance for two episodes in the drama-thriller series Mr. Robot. In 2019, she guest-appeared as Marta in the dark comedy-web series EastSiders.
She was cast as Sylvia Rivera in the documentary TV series Equal in 2020. Since 2018, she is playing Lulu in FX's new dance musical drama Pose alongside Evan Peters, Kate Mara, Billy Porter, and Indya Moore.
Since 2019, the actress portraying the recurring role of Jazmin in the drama TV series Good Trouble, a spin-off of the Freeform show The Forsters. Maia Mitchell, Cierra Ramirez, Roger Bart, and Josh Pence are the other stars of the show.
How Much Is Hailie Sahar Worth?
The 32-year-old Sahar has earned hundreds of thousands of wealth from her successful acting career. She currently plays significant roles in FX's new dance musical drama Pose as well as in the drama TV series Good Trouble.
Her net worth is not officially revealed. However, the actress is believed to have an estimated net worth of $2 million as of March 2021.
Personal Life: Relationship Status And Coming Out As A Transgender
Talking about her personal life, Hailie Sahar hasn't opened anything about her marriage and dating status until now.
Sahar was actually born as a boy. However, she later figured out that she was wrong about her gender orientation. Due to that, she didn't get enough attention and family support and had to struggle from a young age.
Born to a Baptist preacher in Los Angeles, she did not want to "bring shame" upon her family with her sexual identity fortunately her mother was very supportive of her and she was the one who helped her to embrace her true identity.
"The beautiful thing is that I have my mother to thank. My parents were divorced when I was about 1 years old, and my mother is the example of what I would call perfection, if there was such a thing as perfection in a human. My mother lives by love and just embracing who you are, as long as you're not hurting anyone, so I had that as an example. As I got a little older, I started to pay attention to more to that, rather than the structure of the church."
"Rather than, this is what you should do or you shouldn't do or you're going to Hell, I started to pay attention to who God really is, and God is love, and my mother demonstrates love," Sahar said. "And so I was like, huh, I want to be like her. I want to live like that. And so, with that, I had more of a freedom to express myself and to be my authentic self and it's thanks to my mom, my mommy."
She transferred herself from a boy during her teenage.
"I remember dreaming that I was conceiving a child, at a very young age, when my brain could understand what it meant that women could have children, I remember dreaming that I was gonna be a mother, and I remember waking up and I would call for my mom and I'd be crying and realized at that moment, I wasn't gonna be able to do one of the things that my heart wanted to do."
"Still to this day, I have difficulties accepting that," she said. "But just everything about having nothing to do with my sexual preference but everything to do with my comfortability."
She truly is an inspiration to all of us.