Addison Riecke is a 14-year-old Television actress best known for portraying Nora Thunderman in the Nickelodeon TV series The Thundermans, alongside Rosa Blasi, who plays the role of Barb Thunderman. Started acting at the age of four, Riecke later attended the Kehoe-France Drama Camp where she showcased her innate talent.
Besides, there has been constant curiosity about her net worth. While there are some who claim her net worth to be low there are a few who claim it to be in seven digits. So, What's the truth?
Rise to Stardom: Addison's Baby Steps & Her Career
Addison Riecke stepped over the threshold of the entertainment industry at the age of four after she took part in the Bitty Theatre. She was a part of the plays organized by the Kehoe-France school.
Young Riecke started professional acting classes at the age of eleven through John Robert Powers in New Orleans.
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Itty-Bitty Addy attended IPOP 2012 convention where she won multiple awards. Addison made a guest appearance on How To Live with Your Parents. She got her major breakthrough after playing the role of Nora Thunderman in The Thundermans, a live-action comedy series about a family of superheroes trying to live a normal life.
Addison is now advancing her career in Los Angeles. She has appeared in ABC's How to Live with Your Parents and commercials for Lunchables and PlayStation.
Addison's Net Worth
An exact figure on Addison Riecke's net worth has not been verified. Some sources say it's $600 thousand whereas some sources say it's more than that. Apparently, she earns $15 thousand per episode from The Thundermans.
Riecke as a Philanthropist
Despite her age, Addison is pretty active when it comes to helping people. In 2013, she raised four thousand dollars for the Red Cross which benefitted the victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes.
A year later, she donated her birthday gifts to the children at LA Children's Hospital and donated supplies to the St. Tammany Humane Society.
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She has also supported PACER's National Bully Prevention Center, Holidays for Kids, STARC, Food Bank of Covington, and Hartley's Heart Foundation.
Recently, she raised ten thousand dollars for White Brain Gives, an initiative of White Brain Books that gives unprivileged children the opportunity of self-expression.