Bonnie Aarons is an American actress known for her portrayal of the demon sister known as Valak in "The Conjuring 2" and her spin-off "The Nun". She also played Bum in "Mulholland Drive" and Baroness Joy von Troken in the movie franchise "The Princess Diaries".
Anniversary / Date of birth
Bonnie Aarons was born on June 3, 1979 in Los Angeles, United States.
She is currently 39 years old.
Sign of the sun
His educational background is currently unavailable.
- Father – unknown
- Mother – unknown
- Brothers and sisters – unknown
It is thought that she is single.
Bonnie Aarons kept her private life away from the media and so we can not say anything about her love life or her relationship goals.
- In feet – 5 feet 7 inches
- In centimeters – 170 cm
- In meters – 1.7 m
- In kilograms – 56 kg
- In pounds – 123 lbs
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Beginning of the film
Bonnie's first appearance in the film took place in 1994 in the American film "Exit to Eden", which portrays a prostitute.
Her first major role occurred in 2001, when she was named The Bum in the neo-black mystery film "Mulholland Drive".
Beginning of television
Although she was never cast in a TV series, she was seen in the 1999 TV movie, "Mulholland Dr.," describing The Bum.
Bonnie Aarons was featured as Valak in the supernatural horror movie, The Conjuring 2, in 2016. She resumed her role as Valak in the 2018 horror film, The Nun.
Bonnie Aarons net worth
Its net worth is estimated at about $ 500,000.
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Bonnie Aarons Facts
She developed an interest in gambling at a very young age and, after graduating, took acting lessons at a popular theater school in New York.
Although she is now a famous actress, especially among the fans of the series The Conjuring, she has struggled a lot to get actress concerts in movies early in her career.
She has played small roles in a handful of hit horror movies such as I Know Who Killed Me, Drag Me to Hell and Mulholland Drive.
It only caught the attention of the audience after winning the role of the demonic sister in the series "The Conjuring".
In 2011, Bonnie won the Outstanding Performance Performance Film Award for outstanding performance in "Dahmer Vs. Gacy. " She also won the festival prize in 2017 for "Nocturnally Yours".