Larisa Oleynik Net Worth: Larisa Oleynik is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $4 million. Larisa Oleynik was born June 7, 1981 in Santa Clara County, California. Her big break came when she was just eight years of age and got the part of young Cosette in a production of Les Miserables. Her costar, Rider Strong, played Gavroche. The two could be reunited when Larisa guest-starred on Rider’s situation comedy, Boy Meets World (1993). Despite her success in The Secret World of Alex Mack, Oleynik made your decision to attend school and registered in Pinewood School and afterwards in the Sarah Lawrence College, describing the latter as “the greatest choice I Have made” and graduated in 2004. In January 2013, she was granted a restraining order against a lover she asserts was so obsessed that he changed his last name to hers. The obsessed fan apparently left presents for her at her mom’s flat. She’s appeared in Malcolm in the Middle and had a supporting character in the movie An American Rhapsody and Bringing Rain, a low budget movie. In March 2008, Oleynik guest-starred in episode 13 of Aliens in America as well as in 2009 she supplied audio commentary for the 10 Things I Hate About You 10th Anniversary Edition Bluray. In March 2011, Oleynik started a recurring part on Hawaii Five-0 as CIA analyst Jenna Kaye; her character was afterwards killed off.
In a survey done by "People" magazine, where viewers vote for who they think is the most beautiful person in the world, Larisa ranked as the highest female on the list. 
I hate Valentine's day. It is a day for nothing but disappointment.
I don't know that I have any role models now that are fixed. Definitely my mom - she's the coolest. She's worked really hard her whole life and I just think she's got a great attitude. Moms just know so much it's so silly.
If my mom reads that I'm grammatically incorrect I'll have hell to pay.
I'm a normal person and I don't have superpowers! I do normal things, too.
College inspired me to think differently. It's like no other time in your life.
If I had to choose, I'd choose my friends over my career.
I've had a pretty charmed life, so there's nothing that I need to take too seriously right now.
Everyone tries to talk you out of going to college. The consensus being that people are just gonna forget about you, you know, and that's the way the business works.
I love my job so much, and not everyone can say that and I recognize how lucky that is.