Hunter Schafer life as an active LGBT activist and top-notch model

Hunter Schafer is an American actress, professional model, and LGBT activist. Schafer earned fame after her performance as Jules Vaughn in the teen drama Euphoria. Schafer is nominated for the GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics Dorian award 2020 and shorty award for best actress. In her fashion career. Schafer has modeled for well-known brands including Dior, Marc Jacobs, and Calvin Klein, and so on. 

As of 2019, it was estimated that Hunter Schafer has a net worth of 750,000 dollars. 

Hunter about her sexual orientation 

As a trans woman, she expressed that she likes people to know that she is not a cis girl, but a proud a trans person. Regarding her sexuality, she claimed that she is nearer to what people might call a lesbian. 

It seems Schafer is single but few sources state that she is dating someone privately. 

Interesting facts about the Euphoria actress

  • Famous for: Modeling and Euphoria 
  • Known as: model, activist and actress
  • Parents: Katy and Mac Schafer
  • Boyfriends: Single as per the reports 
  • Date of birth: 31st December 1999 (20 years old) 
  • TV debut: Euphoria
  • Movie debut: yet to be debuted
  • Nationality: American 
  • Net worth: 750,000 dollars by 2019. 

How did she become the most prominent model as well as an actress at a very young age? 

Initially, Schafer came into the limelight as a model and eventually walked for many fashion houses such as Dior, Miu Miu, Calvin Klien, Rick Owens, Helmut Lang, Tommy Hilfiger, Coach, Maison Margiela, Vera Wang, Marc Jacobs, Versus Versace, Emilio Pucci, Ann Demeulemeester and Erdem and so on. 

For her drastic success in the modeling field, Teen vogue listed her on its “21 Under 21” list and thereby granted her an interview with former United States senator and secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

In 2019, Euphoria was the first acting debut of Schafer’s and eventually received acclaim for her performance in the series. 

In June 2020, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the first LGBTQ pride parade, Queerty magazine named her one of the fifty heroes who are leading the nation forward with equality, acceptance, and dignity for all people. 

Lifestyle and upbringing of young Hunter Schafer 

Schafer was born to Katy and Mac Schafer and is the elder of three siblings. Due to her father’s profession as a pastor, they had moved between New Jersey, Arizona, and finally settled in Raleigh, North Carolina. 


Schafer is a trans woman and during an interview stated that the internet helped her cope with her gender identity by learning about people’s transition timelines through YouTube and social media. In 2017, she finished off the High School Visual Arts program at the North Carolina School of the Arts.