Who is Everly Tatum?

American celebrity child Everly Elizabeth Maiselle Tatum was born in London, England, on 31 May 2013, making Gemini her zodiac sign. She’s only known for being the daughter of famous American actor Channing Matthew Tatum and popular American actress and dancer Jenna Lee Dewan.

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Family and education

Everly’s being raised an only child by her parents in Los Angeles, California. Channing and Jenna met while shooting for the 2006 romantic movie “Step Up”, and exchanged vows in a private ceremony on 11 July 2009; they separated on 2 April 2018, and divorced in November 2019. Channing then dated British singer Jessie J from 2018 through 2020, and has since 2021 been in a relationship with American actress and singer Zoe Kravitz; Jenna’s been engaged to American actor and singer Steven Michael Kazee since February 2020, and she gave birth to their son in the same year.

Everly’s currently attending a local elementary school in Los Angeles, and it’s believed that she’s already begun appearing in school plays, but this hasn’t been confirmed by her parents.

Appearance and parents’ wealth

Everly’s age is 10. Her hair and eyes are brown, she’s 4ft 8ins (1.43m) tall and weighs around 70lbs (30kgs).

Her father Channing’s net worth’s been estimated at over $80 million as of June 2023, and her mother Jenna’s at over $30 million.

Who is her father Channing?

Channing Matthew Tatum was born in Cullman, Alabama USA, on 26 April 1980, making Taurus his zodiac sign. He has 66 acting credits, and is perhaps known best for starring as Jenko in the 2012 crime action comedy movie “21 Jump Street”, which also starred Jonah Hill and Ice Cube, and was directed by Phil Lord. It follows two underachieving police officers as they’re trying to take down a drug ring, and the movie won 11 of its 32 award nominations.

Channing was raised in Cullman alongside his sister Paige, by their father Glenn Tatum who was a construction worker, and mother Kay Tatum (nee Faust) who worked for an airline. Channing was six when they moved to Pascagoula in Mississippi – he struggled with dyslexia and attention deficit disorder (ADD) while growing up. He was mostly into sports while attending Tampa Catholic High School, as he played football, baseball and soccer, as well as ran track; Channing also practiced wuzuquan kung fu. He matriculated in 1998, and then enrolled at Glenville State College on a football scholarship, however, he soon dropped out, wanting to pursue acting.

Channing’s debut film role was playing Driver in the 2000 short drama “Mountain Dew: Dew the Do”, and the year 2004 saw him make his debut TV series appearance, playing Bob Davenport in the episode “Pro Per” of the crime action “CSI: Miami”.

He gained recognition in 2005, when cast to play Boy in Church in the action adventure science fiction movie “War of the Worlds”, which starred Dakota Fanning and Tom Cruise, and was directed by Steven Spielberg. It follows an American family struggling to survive during an alien invasion, and the movie won 16 of its 65 award nominations, including three Oscar nominations for Best Achievement in Visual Effects, Best Achievement in Sound Mixing and Best Achievement in Sound Editing.

Some of Channing’s notable performances in the remainder of the 2000s were in the 2006 musical crime movie “Step Up”, the 2007 historical action film “Battle in Seattle”, and the 2009 biographical crime action movie “Public Enemies”.

He starred as Leo in the 2012 romantic movie “The Vow”, which also starred Rachel McAdams and Sam Neill, was directed by Michael Sucsy and based on the eponymous novel by Nicholas Sparks. It follows Paige who’s just awoken from a coma and has lost her memory; the movie won three of its 17 award nominations. In the same year, Channing starred as Magic Mike in the hit comedy “Magic Mike”, which won nine of its 23 award nominations, while some of his following roles were in the 2013 action science fiction adventure movie “G. I. Joe: Retaliation”, the 2014 animated action adventure “The Lego Movie” (voice role) and the 2015 crime mystery “The Hateful Eight”.

He portrayed Tequila in the 2017 action adventure comedy movie “Kingsman: The Golden Circle”, which starred Colin Firth and Taron Egerton, and was directed by Matthew Vaughn. It follows two elite secret agencies which’ve banded together in a fight against an evil organization which is holding the world hostage – the film won two of its 16 award nominations.

Some of Channing’s most recent movie roles have been in 2022 in the action adventure comedy “The Lost City” and the action comedy “Bullet Train”, and the 2023 comedy “Magic Mike’s Last Dance”.

He’s won 22 of his 81 award nominations, with some of these wins including a 2014 Jupiter Award for Best International Actor, for his performance in “White House Down”, a 2015 Hollywood Film Award for Ensemble of the Year for “The Hateful Eight” (shared with colleagues) and a 2015 Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer Movie Star: Male for “Magic Mike XXL”.

Who is Everly’s mother Jenna?

Jenna Lee Dewan was born in Hartford, Connecticut USA on 3 December 1980, making Sagittarius her zodiac sign. She has 42 acting credits, and is perhaps still known best for playing Sasha in the 2006 musical movie “Take the Lead”, which starred Antonio Banderas and Rob Brown, and was directed by Liz Friedlander. It follows a dance teacher who’s seen potential in a group of problematic children, and the movie won one of its seven award nominations.

Jenna was raised in Hartford alongside her sister and three brothers, by their father Darryll Dewan who was a Football Player, and mother Nancy Smith (nee Bursch) who’s a housewife. The family often moved while Jenna was growing up, and they had lived in seven cities by the time she turned 13. She was a cheerleader while attending Notre Dame Preparatory School, and she matriculated from Grapevine High School in Texas in 1999; Jenna continued her education at the University of Southern California, from which she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 2003.

Her debut film role was playing Bianca Salsa Girl in the 2002 fantasy comedy “The Hot Chick”, and the year 2004 saw her make her TV series debut, portraying Haley in the episode “Little Man on Campus” of the comedy “Quintuplets”. In 2006, Jenna played Sally in the horror thriller film “The Grudge 2”, which starred Edison Chen and Amber Tamblyn, and was directed by Takashi Shimizu. It tells three connected stories about a curse, and the film was nominated for three awards. The remainder of the 2000s saw Jenna appear in the 2008 biographical sports movie “Fab Five: The Texas Cheerleader Scandal”, the 2009 romantic thriller film “Falling Awake”, and  then the 2009 comedy movie “The Six Wives of Henry Lefay”.

She portrayed Jess in the 2011 romantic comedy “10 Years”, which starred Rosario Dawson and Channing Tatum, and was written and directed by Jamie Linden; it follows a group of friends as they’re attending their high school reunion.

Jenna wasn’t very active in the film industry in the following years, wanting to focus on raising her children; her three most recent roles have been in the 2022 drama movie “Let’s Get Physical” (lead role), six episodes of the 2023 action adventure “Superman & Lois”, and 34 episodes of the crime action “The Rookie” since 2021.

Jenna’s won only a single award: a 2007 Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Dance, for “Step Up”.

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