Vera Audrey De Ravin-Bilitch, Personal Life and Net Worth
Vera Audrey De Ravin-Bilitch was born in March 2016, meaning she’s now 7 years old. She is mostly known for being the daughter of Emilie De Ravin and Eric Bilitch. She has only one sibling at the moment (a younger brother) named Theodore Kubrick De Ravin-Bilitch.
Emilie was raised in Mount Eliza, Victoria, Australia, where she was born on December 27. She got admitted to the prestigious Australian Ballet School in Melbourne when she was 15 years old. But after just a year, she left and enrolled in acting classes.
BeastMaster, a fantasy drama, gave her her first prominent role (1999). She flew out to the US for an audition after hearing from her agency about the part of newcomer Tess in the popular series Roswell (1999). After getting the part, she was fired from BeastMaster and began working as an extraterrestrial named “Tess.” Prior to having an apartment, she moved to California and joined Roswell.
She spent two years on the show before going on to make major cameos in The Handler and CSI: Miami (2003). She continued her career on television by portraying Chris, a nasty girl, in the 2002 TV movie Carrie. She also switched genres, appearing in the black comedy Santa’s Slay (2005).
In 2005, Emilie made her debut in the award-winning independent film Brick at Sundance, demonstrating her versatility (2005). In 2006, she starred in the remake of The Hills Have Eyes, which made its UK box office debut at No. 1.
She plays “Claire,” a young Australian who gave birth on the enigmatic island and has a close relationship with “Charlie,” played by Dominic Monaghan, on the Emmy Award-winning ABC series Lost (2004).
On Once Upon a Time (2011), an ABC popular series that reimagined traditional fairy tales, Emilie finished as a series regular. Robert Carlyle played her beast, “Mr. Gold/Rumpelstiltskin,” in the movie “Belle,” in which she starred.
With her dogs Louise and Stanley and her cat Stanley, Emilie resides in California. As of 2021, Emilie and Eric Bilitch have a boy named Theodore and a daughter named Vera.
Bilitch works in the entertainment industry, like de Ravin. IMDb and Bilitch’s Twitter bio both identify him as a filmmaker. He oversaw the 2015 Heller Awards, which honor managers, agents, and casting directors as well as other talent representatives in the business. Even better, he produced Professional Friend, an original series that won Best Comedy Series at the 2014 Independent Series Awards. Additionally, Bilitch is well-known for the 2016 movie The Submarine Kid, which starred de Ravin and Finn Wittrock from American Horror Story. Hmm, perhaps this is how the two of them met?
Bilitch has also collaborated with directors Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, Southpaw) and David O. Russell (Silver Linings Playbook, Joy) at production company Wondros, according to the Napa Valley Film Festival
Vera’s Net Worth
Vera is still only 7 years old. As a result, she’s still a little girl who depends on her parents for everything she needs.