Born in Ontario, Canada on May 17, 1999, Kristen Hancher is an actress, dancer and social media personality best known for her music, dance, and lip-sync videos from the social media platform TikTok. With all her success, what is the Net Worth of Kristen Hancher?
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Kristen Hancher Net Worth
Kristen has an estimated net worth of $400,000, earned through her internet and social media presence. She earns up to $10,000 for one of her posts on Instagram. She is a brand ambassador for popular brands like FashionNova and Shein.
Starting her career on the live-streaming platform ‘YouNow’, she then moved to ‘musical.ly’ which is known today as TikTok.
Currently, Kristen had over 24 million TikTok followers (before she was banned), she still has over 5 million Instagram followers, and over 1.1 million YouTube subscribers.
The height of Kristen Hancher is 5ft 8in (176cm) and she weighs 127 pounds (58kg)
Dating Andrew Gregory from 2016 until 2018, the pair accidentally dropped a live sex stream to 14,000 people on Kristen’s Instagram. Her current boyfriend is reportedly Austin Hare, who is also a tiktok star and has a net worth of around $2 million. You can check out his Instagram account here.
She is also known for showing off her stylish and expensive wig collection.
Do you think she looks like Kylie Jenner? (doppelgänger). She recreated some of Kylie’s most famous pictures.
Kristen attended Art school in Canada, where she graduated in drama. She now lives in Los Angeles. Kristen, and her then boyfriend, fellow Instagrammer Andrew Gregory shocked fans by accidentally live streaming an ‘intimate bedroom’ moment on Instagram. 14,000 fans listened to 3 minutes of, luckily, only audio.
She was previously part of ‘Team 10‘ when she was dating photographer and influencer Austin Hare. When they split up, she left the group.
Her father revealed in Instagram about Kristen’s ‘scoliosis’, saying “Lots of people have asked what’s scoliosis, well its when your spine is curved, it can leave you crippled for life. When they operate they open your back and screw steel rods to your spine. They also had to deflate her lung to get access to her backbone because it was so bent. We’re all so happy that things went well and the doctors are so skilled today.”
Read more about Scoliosis in the book, ‘Three-Dimensional Treatment for Scoliosis: A Physiotherapeutic Method for Deformities of the Spine‘