Riley Keough is a popular American actress. She is best known for acting in films such as Mad Max: Fury Road, American Honey, Magic Mike etc to name a few. Being the daughter of Lisa Marie Presley, who is a singer-songwriter and the granddaughter of Elvis Presley, she comes from a family of entertainers. Even though she’s linked to one of the most celebrated singers of all time, Riley never had any musical aspirations. As admitted by her, acting has always been her biggest passion. She was on the cover of Vogue when she was just 15 years old.
Before coming into acting she had already made a name for herself in the modelling industry. She was extremely successful in her modelling career. She has walked the runway for big brands like Dolce and Gabbana, Dior, Victoria’s Secret. Riley also starred in a commercial ad made along with supermodel Kate Moss, which was made by David Yurman. She made her film debut at the age of 20, by starring in the 2010 movie “The Runaways”. The movie was based on the all-girl rock band named The Runaways.
The film also starred Kristen Stewart, Tatum O’Neal and Dakota Fanning. Riley played the character of the lead singer’s sister. In 2012, she played the role of a young stripper in the film Magic Mike. She met her met ex-fiancé Alex Pettyfer in the set. She appeared in a video vixen and Justin Timberlake’s music video “TKO” in the year 2013. Riley portrayed a fuming, resentful girlfriend who throws Justin off a cliff.
After that, she made appearances in a number of films and television series. On 22nd September 2014, Riley was named as the lead character in the TV series named The Girlfriend Experience, based on the movie of the same name, which was directed by Steven Soderbergh. The series was aired on Starz. Her acting in The Girlfriend Experience has received great reviews from both the audience and the critics. Riley was nominated for a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Made for Television for her incredible performance in it.
Riley Keough was born in Santa Monica, California, on May 29, 1989. Her father Danny Keough is a musician and her mother Lisa Marie Presley is a singer-songwriter. She was raised by her father. She is the granddaughter of singer Elvis Presley and businesswoman Priscilla Presley. She has one brother named Benjamin Storm Keough and two half-sisters named Finley and Harper, who are twins. They are from her mother’s marriage to Michael Lockwood.
Riley is married to an Australian stuntman named Ben Smith-Petersen. She met her husband during the filming of the movie Mad Max: Fury Road. They tied the knot in the year 2015 in a quiet ceremony in Napa, California in front of their family and close friends. They had announced the news of their engagement in a Facebook post.
Riley previously had a relationship with actor Alex Pettyfer, who was her Magic Mike co-star. They were engaged for a short period of time before breaking it off. She was also known to be in a turbulent relationship with singer Ryan Cabrera.
Education: Riley Keough has done her schooling from her home. She was home-schooled by her father as she couldn’t attend school on a regular basis. She started her modelling career even before graduating from high school. She completely started focusing on her modelling once after graduation.
Riley Keough Net Worth in year 2017 is approximately $22 Million US Dollars
As of 2017, the approximate net worth of Riley Keough is $22 million US dollars.
Riley Keough Assets:
As Riley is pretty discreet about her personal life, there is not much known about the assets owned by her. As admitted by her, she likes to earn and spend money. She resides in a luxurious house with her husband.
Riley Keough Business Model
Apart from modelling, Riley earns a huge amount of money by doing various brand endorsements. She was the face and the brand ambassador of the luxury brand Miss Dior Chérie fragrance.
Riley Keough is going to star in seven films in 2017. The films include ‘Lovesong’, a story about sexual awakening, which has already premiered at Sundance, Charlie McDowell’s ‘The Discovery’ and ‘Under the Silver Lake’ against Andrew Garfield.