How Much Milana Vayntrub Net Worth

Milana Vayntrub

Milana Vayntrub net worth and salary: Milana Vayntrub is an American actress and comedian who has a net worth of $3 million. Milana is best-known for portraying “Lily Adams” in a long-running series of commercials for AT&T.

Early Life: Milana Vayntrub was born in Tashkent, Uzbekistan in March 1987. When she was just two years old her family immigrated to the United States as refugees to escape rising antisemitism. They settled in Los Angeles. She started acting in commercials at a very young age to support her family which was struggling financially to make ends meet.

In 1995 she appeared in three episodes of the NBC drama “ER“. In 1997 she had a small role on the soap opera “Days of Our Lives”.

Between 2001 and 2002 she appeared in three episodes of “Lizzie McGuire“.

She briefly attended Beverly Hills High School but soon opted to drop out, earned a GED then went on to UC San Diego where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree.

Milana Vayntrub Career

After leaving college she moved back to Los Angeles where she trained with the Upright Citizens Brigade. She also launched a YouTube comedy channel called Live Prude Girls.

From 2011 to 2014 Vayntrub starred in 15 CollegeHumor Originals.

Other notable shows and movies include “The Division”, “Daddy Knows Best“, “The League”, “Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous”, “Food Network Star“, “House of Lies”, “Californication”, “Silicon Valley”, “This Is Why You’re Single”, “Ghostbusters” (the 2016 reboot) and “This Is Us“.

AT&T Spokeswoman

Today Milana is best known for her role as Lily Adams in a series of AT&T television commercials. She began appearing as the company’s spokeswoman in 2013. She continued in the role until 2016, returning in 2020.

When she returned to the role in 2020 Milana began directing many of the spots in which she appeared.


In January 2016 Milana traveled to Greece to visit with refugees fleeing Syria. In reaction she co-founded a social media movement called Can’t Do Nothing to help refugees.

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