The American actress from Bend, Oregon, Ellary Porterfield is recognized for her role as Tuff Ryan in the 2005 movie The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio. She is also known for playing Ki Swan in the web series Video Game High School and Liza Witter in the short-lived CW series Hidden Palms.
Ellary Porterfield was born on June 5, 1989, in Bend, OR under the birth sign of Gemini. She holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group. Porterfield is the daughter of Walt Porterfield and Traci Porterfield. She grew up along with his brother Harlan Porterfield.
Talking about her education, Porterfield attended High School in Bend and graduated from Duke University in 2011 with a major in International Studies.
The 29-years-old actress is not married yet. Also, Ellary is not dating anyone and leading her single life. Till date, she hasn’t introduced anyone as her boyfriend. But she shares a good bonding with her best friend Ian Ballard.
Regarding her past relationship, there is no information regarding their previous relationship status.
The Bend native actress has an estimated net worth around $400 thousand as of 2019. She has collected a huge sum of money and fame from her acting career.
She earns an average around $39 per hour as a movie actress and $10 thousand to $30thousand as a small screen actress.
At the age of 14, Ellary started her acting career. Her first appearance on TV series in CW’s American teen drama TV series, Hidden Palms, where she played the character of Liza Witter, a sweet and innocent science geek student.
Also, the screen actress appeared in the movie, Stuck in the Middle with You. In 2005, she was featured as Tuff Ryan in an American biographical movie from DreamWorks Pictures, The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio.
Moreover, she is notable for her work in television series and movie includes RocketJump: The Show (2015 to 2016), Gone: A Wayward Pines Story (2015), Video Game High School (2012 to 2014),VGHS: The Movie (2012), NCIS: Los Angeles (2012), Hidden Palms (2007) and stuck in the Middle with You(2003).