Maya Hawke AKA Robin’s Bio, Age, Family, Net Worth

Maya Hawke is an American actress, model, and singer-songwriter famous for playing the role of Robin Buckley in the NetFlix original series Stranger Things.

She first appeared in the third season of Stranger Things as an ice cream vendor; now, in the fourth season, she has become a badass Demobats killer.

Apart from acting, Maya Hawke also has an active music career. Her latest album, Moss, is set to be released on September 23, 2022. This is her second studio album, the first one that was released in August 2020 by the name Blush.

In this blog, we will try to unravel some interesting information about Maya Hawke for her fans, like Maya Hawke’s age, height, parents, education, latest movies, net worth, and much more. So stay tuned.

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Maya Hawke Personal Details

Stage nameMaya Hawke
Full NameMaya Ray Thurman Hawke
ParentsUma Thurman and Ethan Hawke
BirthdateJuly 8, 1998
Place of birthNew York City, USA
Age (in 2022)24 years
Zodiac SignCancer
ProfessionActress, Singer, Model
Food habitNon-vegetarian

Maya Hawke’s Birthday, age, parents, siblings, family

Maya Hawke is a 24-year-old American actress, model, and singer born on July 8th, 1998. She is the daughter of two very popular Hollywood actors, Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke. Uma Thurman is famous for her role in Kill Bill and Pulp Fiction, and Ethan Hawke has recently joined the MCU as the villainous cult leader Arthur Harrow in the Disney+ series MoonKnight. Maya Hawke’s parents met on the set of Gattaca in 1997, married in May 1998, and got divorced in 2005.

She has a brother, named Levon Roan Thurman-Hawke from the same parents. Maya Hawke also has two half-sisters from her father’s second wife, Ryan Shawhughes, and another half-sister from her mother’s ex-fiancé, financier Arpad Busson.

Maya Hawke Education and Career

Because of her dyslexia, Maya Hawke constantly changed schools during her elementary schooling before she was finally accepted at Saint Ann’s School, a private school in Brooklyn, New York, that places a strong emphasis on artistic expression and does not assign grades. She eventually became an actor because of the creative environment.

Hawke also participated in summer acting classes at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. She spent a year at the Juilliard School pursuing a BFA in acting but left after landing a part in the BBC’s Little Women.

Maya Hawke’s Modelling Career

Maya Hawke began her modeling career as a Vogue model. She was also selected to represent the 2016–2017 line for British fashion shop AllSaints. She also appeared in a Sofia Coppola-directed Calvin Klein underwear video commercial as one of several faces in 2017.

Maya Hawk’es Acting Career

As Jo March in the BBC miniseries adaption of Little Women, Maya Hawke made her acting debut in 2017.

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Maya Hawke’s Movies and TV Shows

Movie/Web seriesCharacter played
Little Women (2017)Jo March
Ladyworld (2018)Romy
Memory Xperiment (2019)Kathy Acker
Human Capital (2019)Shannon Hagel.
Stranger Things (2019-Present)Robin Buckley
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (2019)Flower Child
Mainstream (2020)Frankie
The Good Lord Bird (2020)Annie Brown
Samia: Is there Something in the Movies? (2020)Movies
Italian Studies (2021)Erin McCloud
Fear Street: Part One – 1994 (2021)Heather

Maya Hawke’s upcoming movies or TV Shows

Movie/Web seriesCharacter playing
Do Revenge (2022)Eleanor
Asteroid City (2022)TBA
Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur (2023)TBA
The Kill Room (2023)Grace
MaestroJamie Bernstein

Maya Hawke will be next seen playing the role of Eleanor in Do Revenge, a Netflix dark comedy movie alongside Camila Mendes. It will be streaming on Netflix from 16th September 2022.

Check out the trailer of Netflix’s Do Revenge here-

Maya Hawke’s Music Career

Hawke has said that she was been very much influenced by folk music, also works by Leonard Cohen, Patti Smith, and Joni Mitchell have impacted her musical career. She draws inspiration from “great lyricists” like Cohen and Bob Dylan and she quotes ”music is the finest way to transmit poetry.”

Maya Hawke’s first two songs, “To Love a Boy” and “Stay Open” were made available in August 2019. The tracks were co-written and produced by Grammy Award-winning musician Jesse Harris and Hawke herself. Early in 2020, Hawke gave a string of headlining performances throughout New York City, marking her first-ever solo live performances as a musician.

Hawke announced her debut album, Blush, and the release of the first track, “By Myself,” on March 18, 2020, in the midst of the Black Lives Matter demonstrations.

Hawke confirmed the release date for her second album, Moss, on September 23, 2022 along with the single “Thérèse,” which was released on June 29, 2022.

Maya Hawke Awards and Nominations

Hawke received nominations for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series at the 26th Screen Actors Guild Awards and won Best Supporting Actress in Streaming Presentation at the 45th Saturn Awards for her work on Stranger Things.

Maya Hawke’s net worth

Maya Hawke has a $3 million net worth as of 2022. She primarily makes money from her modeling and acting jobs. She has added music as a new source of income.

Maya Hawke’s Socials

Hawke has over 9.4 million followers on Instagram and 229.2k Twitter followers.


Maya Hawke Quotes

There are things that are hard about coming from a divorced family, but having two houses is not one of those things.

I think valuing what your body can do over how your body looks is the No. 1 advice I would give to young women about how to have healthy body image. It’s not, ‘Do these pants fit?’ It’s ‘Can I do a split?’

It can’t be articulated enough, that feminism means the desire to have equality between men and women. I believe that, and I act on those beliefs by going to marches and making a difference where I can.

I was diagnosed with dyslexia in third grade and had gone to a special school for it and then left the school. I’d learned to read and write, but it was still a real struggle for me, as it is to this day.

I’ve always been kind of a voyeur.

You want to put out good vibes for the viewers, even if so many stories that have to be told and that need to be told have a lot of darkness in them, because the world has a lot of darkness in it.

Men should be able to see themselves in female characters and female strength, just as much as women are able to see themselves in male characters.

It’s difficult to always have to be contextualized within the careers of your parents, and it’s difficult not to feel like you can stand alone, but hopefully I’ll earn the ability to stand alone over time.

I would recommend any young person who wants to be an actor to go and get some training.

I’m not super aware of what’s the coolest thing and what everybody’s doing or listening to or watching at any given time.

Your whole childhood is just absent of choices. And then you become an adult, and every choice you make, you open some doors and close others.

Reminding myself that listening is just as important a creative act as thinking is key for me.

I’m not particularly interested in my phone. I’m interested in human contact. I think phones have created a certain social incapacity; it’s made people socially deficient.

The world of celebrity that comes with the world of art is not particularly interesting to me.

It’s really easy as an actor just starting out to get into the mindset that you only get one break. But my parents have shown me that’s not true.

What I learned is you have to be forgiving with yourself. You have to be willing to take your time, and you can’t expect things from yourself that you can’t deliver.

Sometimes the world will tell you that you do what you do for a different reason than your reason. And if you let them convince you that that’s your reason, it will become your reason, and you will lose track of yourself.

I have sometimes felt pressure to dress a certain way because of everyone else. You know what I mean? Girls in high school and strangers on the street have put way more pressure on me to dress a certain way than my mom or dad.

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