Alexandra Daddario was born on March 16, 1986, in New York City, New York, U.S., but currently, she lives in Los Angeles, California, U.S. Alexandra is 173 cm (5 ft 8 in) tall and her weight is 61 kg (135 lbs). Her breasts look very big for her body because she is quite small. Alexandra has C size tits. Her father Richard is a prosecutor, but her mother Christina is a lawyer. She has one brother - Matthew. Her new worth in 2019 is calculated at $4 million US dollars. She is dating Brendan Wallace right now (2019 - now). Before him, she dated Logan Lerman (2009 - 2015, and she was engaged to him), and Jason Fuchs (2006 - 2009). There are rumors that hooked up with Zac Efron in 2017.
There are quite a lot of movies with her participation as an actress and she is also the executive producer for some movies. Her first movie was The Squid and the Whale in 2005 and she acted as Pretty Girl. Most popular movies with her are The Attic in 2007 (acted as Ava Strauss), Texas Chainsaw 3D in 2013 (acted as Heather Miller), San Andreas in 2015 (played the role of Blake Gaines), The Choice in 2016 (was Monica), Baywatch in 2017 (played the role of Summer Quinn, When We First Met in 2018 (Avery Martin), We Summon the Darkness in 2019 (Alexis).
Her passion is not only movies, but she also appeared in a lot of TV shows as well as Video games and Music videos. We can find her music videos like "Radioactive" (Imagine Dragons), "Judy French" (White Reaper), "Wait" (Maroon 5). She also was participating in some TV shows, like Why Women Kill (Jade / Irene Tabatchnick), True Detective (Lisa Tragnetti), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (Lisa Wellesley) and a few more.
But in spite of all of this, she does not have a lot of nominees. She has only 5 nominees and she won 1 award. Alexandra is nominated for Best T&A of the Year by Golden Schmoes Awards (in 2015 and 2017, she won this award in 2017). Best Scared-As-Shit Performance (2013 by MTV Movie + TV Awards). Choice Movie: Breakout Female by Teen Choice Awards (2010), Choice Movie Actress: Action by Teen Choice Awards (2015) and Choice Movie Actress: Comedy by Teen Choice Awards (2017).