Born and raised in the Big Apple, Trini Alvarado is an actress known for her work in films like Little Women and The Frighteners. Recognized from an early age as a powerful performer on stage she started working in movies and TV in 1977. Talented and beautiful, she is the daughter of immigrant parents. The Little Children actress is also famous for being shy off-screen.
Trini Alvarado was born Trinidad Alvarado on January 10, 1967, in New York City, the U.S. to father Domingo Alvarado and mother Sylvia Alvarado.
Her mother was a Puerto Rican who worked as a flamenco dancer and her father was a Spaniard who worked as a flamenco singer. He is an American by nationality and belongs to Mixed ethnicity.
She grew up in Riverside Drive (Manhattan) on the Upper West Side during her early years. The actress went to Professional Children’s School and studied at Fordham University.
As of March 2019, Alvarado is married to Robert McNeill and resides in her hometown of New York City. She married him on June 28, 1992, and was blessed with 2 children from the marriage.
Apart from this, she remains secretive about her past relationships. She has not disclosed the details of her personal life to the media and the public.
Alvarado’s tenure in the industry spans more than 4 decades however, the details of her net worth are not available in the media and public. Similarly, information regarding her earnings is also not available in the media.
Though her exact amount of net worth is not revealed, it could be around $500 thousand.
However, the average actress earns around $39.84 per hour. Also, the average stage actress theater actress earns around $33.82 per hour according to Chron.
Likewise, staring her career at the tender age of seven, her first job was in her family’s dance troupe. This initial stint in the business led her to be picked for various stage products.
Similarly, her career on the film started in 1977 with the film The Magic Pony Ride but her role was uncredited. Then after a few roles in some short films and TV movies, her most notable roles came in 1994 with the film Little Women.
In similar fashion, she also debuted on TV with the ABC Afterschool Special where she played the role Dena McKain in the episode “A Movie Star’s Daughter”.
After this, she played several roles in various shows among which Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Fringe, Tanya Cookies Magic Storybook, etc are notable.