American actress, Hallie Eisenberg rose to fame after being “The Pepsi Girl” in a series of Pepsi commercials and is best known for her portrayal of Erika Tansy in American children’s comedy, How to Eat Fried Worms.
Born in 1992, in East Brunswick, Hallie Kate Eisenberg is the daughter of Amy Eisenberg and Barry Eisenberg. She is at the age of 26 and shares the birth sign, Leo, which defines her as a willful, generous, and brave person.
She grew up in a secular Jewish family. Her father ran a hospital and later became a college professor. Well, she has two siblings; the Academy Award-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg and Kerry Eisenberg.
Her name was kept from the character Hallie O’Fallon in the film All I Want for Christmas, portrayed by actress, Thora Birch. She attended American University, in Washington D.C.
Regarding her relationship status, well, she is single at the moment. She has not publicly involved in any relationships or affairs in the past as well.
She was linked to an actor with whom she made a romantic story. However, she has not revealed the identity of the actor and has not confirmed the relationship as well.
Besides, she was linked to several TV personalities and was rumored to be dating Matt Dillon. But, she did not confirm her relationship.
Well, the beautiful actress currently owns the net worth of $2 million. From her works in the different movies and TV shows, she has earned a good sum of salary and successfully maintained such impressive net worth.
Eisenberg started her career in the late 90s, that year, she was “The Pepsi Girl” in a series of Pepsi commercials. She first gained widespread attention after appearing in a series of Pepsi commercials.
She made her movie debut portraying the young owner of the title parrot, in the film Paulie. Also, she had supporting roles in the 1999’s films like The Insider and Bicentennial Man, after appearing in a few made-for-television films.
Similarly, she co-starred alongside Minnie Drive, Joel Lauren Adams, and Leslie Stefanson, among others, in the feature film, Beautiful in 2000.
Likewise, in 2004, she played opposite Jeff Daniels and Patricia Heaton in the TV remake of the American romantic drama film, The Goodbye Girl.
She made her Broadway debut in Roundabout Theatre’s production of Clare Boothe Luce’s play The Women in 1936. Her most recent works include Holy Rollers, Wild Child, P.J. How to Eat Fried Worms, and The Goodbye Girl.