Malia Obama born Malia Ann Obama in Chicago, Illinois, USA is a 25 year old writer and the first daughter of former US President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama. She is a writer known for Untitled Janine Nabers/Donald Glover/Amazon Project, West Wing Week (2010) and Becoming (2020).
|Malia Obama Biography Summary|
|Full Name:||Malia Ann Obama|
|Date of Birth||July 4, 1998|
|Place of Birth||Chicago, Illinois, USA|
|Education||Sidwell Friends School • Havard University|
|Occupation||Professional Writer • Director|
|Net-Worth||Estimated at $300 million (2023)|
|Name of Parents||Barack Obama (father) • Michelle Obama (mother)|
|Marital Status||Not Married|
Malia Obama’s Biography
Her father, Barack Obama, once served as an Illinois state senator and a law professor. Her mother, Michelle Obama, was an associate dean of student services.
Malia Obama moved to the White House after her father, Barack Obama, was elected U.S. president in 2008. She was just 10 years old when her father was elected the 44th U.S. president in November 2008. She and her sister Sasha, thus became the youngest residents of the White House after the children of John F. Kennedy.
Malia Obama’s Age
Malia Obama is 25 years of age as of 2023. She was born on July 4, 1998, at the University of Chicago Medical Center in Chicago.
Malia Obama attended the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools in her early childhood. After, she moved on to Sidwell Friends School (a private institution) in Washington, D.C., in early 2009.
At Sidewell, she joined the soccer, tennis and swimming teams and sang with the school chorus, until graduating from Sidwell Friends in June 2016. Malia enrolled at Harvard University for her tertiary education in 2017.
At Harvard University, she won the Thomas Temple Hoopes Prize winner for excellent undergraduate work and excellence in the art of teaching. She graduated from Harvard University in 2021.
After completing the University, Malia has since pursued her interests in television and film making. She is a writer who is known for Untitled Janine Nabers/Donald Glover/Amazon Project, West Wing Week (2010) and Becoming (2020).
Malia Obama’s Career Profile
Malia Obama obtained several internships as a teenager to advance her interests in television and film making, in addition to her work at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo. She worked as a production assistant on the set of Extant in 2014. Malia assisted the writers of the television show Girls in 2015, and spent time with The Weinstein Company in 2017.
According to a story from February 2021, Malia had been hired as a writer for the Donald Glover-produced Hive television series, which centers on a Beyoncé-like pop star. Soon later, it was made public that actress Lexi Underwood would play the former president’s daughter in the anthology series The First Lady.
Malia has received notice for her clothing, just like her mother. She received acclaim from Teen Vogue for her “simple, professional, and elegant ensembles” while visiting London in 2015. While receiving acclaim, she also made headlines for being spotted wearing a T-shirt bearing the name of the Brooklyn hip-hop group Pro Era.
In addition to influencing fashion preferences, Malia has worked to establish herself as a rising campaigner. She participated in a demonstration against the Dakota Access Pipeline at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Later in 2020, she took part in the nationwide protests that took place after George Floyd’s death.
In 2014, Malia Obama and her sister Sasha Obama was listed among “The 25 Most Influential Teens of 2014” by TIME Magazine.
Malia Obama’s networth is projected at $300 million as of 2023.
Gists about Malia’s personal life:
- Late in 2017, Malia dated Rory Farquharson, a Harvard student and the son of London investment banker, Charles Farquharson.
- Malia likes to hangout with friends. Some photographs on the internet taken by paparazzis have shown Malia with a few friends enjoying drinks on a picnic.
- Malia also likes to go for a run. She has been seen going for a run around Havard when she was studying at the University.
- Malia Obama has a peanut allergy. In 2013, President Barack Obama signed a bill that would help schools battle against food allergy attacks in school.