• Piper Curda is an American actress and musician born in Tallahassee, Florida.
• She has a Bachelor's degree in theatre from Wheaton College.
• She has appeared in films such as "Nothing Like the Holidays" (2008), "Teen Beach 2" (2013), and "The Wretched" (2019).
• She has been in a relationship with singer-songwriter Troy Ogletree since 2016.
• She has an estimated net worth of $1 million and Troy has an estimated net worth of $300,000.
Piper Curda Wiki Bio
Piper Curda was born in Tallahassee, Florida USA, on 16 August 1997 – her zodiac sign is Leo, she holds American nationality, and is of Asian ethnicity. She’s an actress, probably known best for having starred in the Disney Channel series “Didn’t Do It”.
Early life and education
Although Piper was born in Tallahassee, she moved to Chicago, Illinois with her family when she was very young. Her father is a US Army General, Stephen K. Curda, the first Korean-American to reach the rank of one-star general in the Army Reserve. Her mother, Leslie, is a doctor. Piper has four siblings, Major, Riley, Saylor, and Glory. Her brother Major is an actor as well, while her sister Riley appeared alongside Piper in the musical “The King and I”.
At the age of 12, she played the role of Roly-Poly in the Broadway national tour of “The 101 Dalmatians Musical”. After matriculating from a local high school, Piper moved to Wheaton, Illinois to pursue higher education. In 2019, she graduated from Wheaton College with a Bachelor’s degree in theatre.
Roles in movies
Piper actually made her first film appearance in 2008 aged 11, when she had a minor role in the romantic comedy drama “Nothing Like the Holidays”. In 2013, she starred in the family drama “Reading, Writing & Romance”, directed by Ernie Barabarsh, written by Todd Mattox, and which starred Eric Mabius, Virginia Williams and Stefanie Powers.
Two years later, we saw her play the role of Elisa, in the Disney Channel original movie “Teen Beach 2”, directed by Jeffrey Hornaday, and which also starred Ross Lynch, Maia Mitchell and Gracie Gilliam.
Piper played one of the leads in the 2017 horror comedy “School Spirits”, directed by Alison Eckert, and which also starred Tiffany Alvord and Teala Dunn. The film follows a group of girls fighting against ghosts who are inhabiting their small hometown. In 2019, she starred in another horror, “The Wretched”, which was directed by Brett Pierce and Drew T. Pierce, and won two Grimmfest Awards for Best Scare.
Roles in TV series
Piper made her TV series debut in 2011, when she appeared in an episode of the popular crime series “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”, and in the same year, she guest starred in an episode of another crime drama – “Body of Proof”.
In 2011 and 2012, she was one of the hosts of the Disney Channel comedy show “Rule the Mix”; in each episode, she and her co-host Hudson Thames showed videos that had been sent to them by viewers. Also in 2012, she appeared in an episode of the crime mystery drama “Rizzoli & Isles”, following two female detectives working on difficult cases. She was set to play the main character Schmagreggie, in the Disney Channel comedy “Schmagreggie Saves the World”, but after the pilot aired, no more episodes followed due to the poor reception.
In the following year, she played the recurring character of Kennedy Van Buren, in another Disney Channel series, “A. N. T. Farm”. Piper has also ventured into voice acting for the character Debby Kang, in the animated series “Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja”, which aired from 2012 to 2015.
Perhaps the most well known TV series role for Piper has been in the family comedy “I Didn’t Do It”, created by Tod Himmel and Josh Silverstein, and which also starred Olivia Holt and Austin North. The series aired on Disney Channel from January 2014 to October 2015, attracting about three million viewers per episode. It follows twins Lindy and Logan, and their three best friends Jasmine, Garett and Delia, during their freshman year in high school.
Since 2018, she has been starring alongside Anna Akana, in the YouTube Red original series “Youth & Consequences”, created by Jason Ubaldi.
Love life and relationships
Piper was apparently in a relationship with her “A. N. T. Farm” co-star Jake Short during 2015; they were spotted together in public multiple times, hugging and generally having fun together, but they never publicly announced whether or not they dated.
Since 2016, she has been in a relationship with the American singer-songwriter Troy Ogletree. They began posting photos featuring each other onto their Instagram accounts, and soon revealed to their fans that they are dating. The two still seem to be in a stable relationship, with some rumors speculating that Troy might be ready to propose to Piper soon.
She hasn’t been married or engaged, and doesn’t have children.
Hobbies and interesting facts
Piper is active on Twitter, with her account ‘@pipercurda’ numbering more than 130,000 followers, and over 13,000 tweets. She is very politically active on the platform, frequently voicing her support for the LGBT community, and other minority groups.
She loves binge watching TV series in her spare time, with some of her favorites being “Stranger Things”, “Money Heist” and “Peaky Blinders”.
Piper is also a talented musician, and in 2013 she released her debut album “While You Were Away”.
Appearance, age and net worth
Piper is 23 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, she’s 5ft 1in (1.55m) tall, and weighs around 114lbs (52kgs).
As of June 2021, her net worth is estimated at more than $1 million.
Who is Piper’s boyfriend Troy Ogletree?
Troy Ogletree was born in San Antonio, Texas USA, on 9 May 1994 – his zodiac sign is Taurus, and he holds American nationality. He’s an actor, singer and a rapper, but perhaps known best for dating Piper.
Troy graduated from the University of Texas in 2016, with a degree in Radio-TV-Film and business.
In the same year, he began uploading covers of popular songs by artists such as Rihanna, Zayn Malik and Mike Posner, onto his eponymous YouTube channel, and two years later, he started making music of his own.
He has also appeared in several movies – he made his acting debut in 2012, when he appeared in the horror “Supernatural Activity”. In 2015, he played the role of Romeo in the “Walking Dead” parody film, “The Walking Deceased”, directed by Scott Dow and written by Troy’s brother, Tim Ogletree. In the same year, he played the role of Dan Terwelp, in the biographical sports drama “My All-American”, written and directed by Angelo Pizzo.
Troy is 27 years old. He has short blonde hair and blue eyes, he’s 6ft 1in (1.85m) tall, and weighs around 175lbs (79kgs).
As of June 2021, his net worth is estimated at more than $300,000.