One glance at her Instagram account will tell you everything you want to know about her relationship with four-legged friends. There are a handful of pictures of her posing with (and kissing) her pooches, along with cats.
In fact, there are so many of them that her followers have started posting fan art of her dog – which she loved and even called for more of, along with the caption, “please include a full dog.” She even has a motto: all animals, all the time.
As of October 2020, Vayntrub’s net worth is estimated to be between $3-$4 million, thanks to several projects she’s completed throughout her acting career. Some older sources list it at closer to $500,000, but that was likely before she jumped on board with her latest project.
She may not have a huge bank account compared to some other actresses in Hollywood, but it’s impressive, and it only continues to rise. In fact, she even revived her role as Lily in early 2020.
Just a few years after her original appearance on "ER," she went on to act in the major soap series, "Days of Our Lives." She was cast into a small part in an episode of the show that aired in 1997.
After being noticed by Hollywood executives, it was only a matter of time before she was landing bigger and better roles. She knew from a very young age that she enjoyed acting, and she was determined to pursue it – for most of her life, anyway. Soo, she landed the role of Tara, Gilfoyle's girlfriend from "Silicon Valley."
Landing the Role
Although she’d had a lot of acting experience by that point, she really became a well-known face when she landed the role of AT&T’s “Lily.” From the very first commercial that aired, the world knew we were going to see more of her, and we were happy about it. After all, she was hilarious and enjoyable to watch.
From that point on, there were all kinds of Google searches to find out who the actress was who was chosen to represent this major brand.
Typically, you don’t get the chance to really connect with a character in a commercial that’s only 30 seconds long, but that’s not the case with Lily.
Director Hank Perlman says that was the point, and they tried to make her as funny, strong, and smart as they could possibly convey within that short period of time. They ultimately created a very likable character that people everywhere can relate to.