Kimberly Makkouk Biography
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Kimberly Makkouk is a film actress. She is well known for her supporting character of Tanya in the romantic comedy film The House Bunny alongside Anne Faris, Emma Stone, and Colin Hanks as well.
Early Life and Career
Kimberly Makkouk was born in the United States of America. Kimberly holds an American nationality and belongs to White ethnicity. Makkouk was raised as a single child by her American parents.
As a child, Kimberly Makkouk was keenly interested in acting and she didnít want to give up her dream until she became a famous actor in Hollywood films industry. While Kimberly was a schoolgirl, she was also active in various school activities and programs as well.
After making unusual appearances and in a number of few mediocre films, Kimberly gained a joyful expression of people by her supporting character Tanya in the romantic comedy film The House Bunny, featuring Anna Faris, Emma Stone, Colin Hanks, Kat Denning, Katharine McPhee, Beverly DíAngelo, and Hugh Hefner.
The movie also garnered a tremendous box office collection of $70.4 million.
Kimberly Makkouk is a very secretive person and always tries to keep her personal life away from the Media and public. Besides, she is also less active on social Medias like Instagram and Twitter.
Kimberly has never come out public with any of her relationship she might have had. Moreover, she hasnít revealed regarding her dating, boyfriend, and love affair to the media. As for her current relationship status, Kimberly is, possibly, single as she is yet to be married.
Kimberly Makkouk is a rising actress in the Hollywood. Her main source of income is only her career as an actress. One of her popular film The House Bunny was made for $25 million and it grossed a whopping box office collection of $70.4 million worldwide. Kimberlyís net worth estimated to be $500k, most likely.