Happy 32th Birthday Birthday Riley Keough
Riley Keough has musical blood running through her veins, Elvis’ granddaughter no plans to record an album. Today Riley Keough models for Dolce Gabbana, Christian Dior fashion designers and has recently launched a career as an actor
Born May 29 1989, real name, Danielle Riley Keough (goes under the name Riley Keough) the daughter of Lisa Marie Presley & Danny Keough Riley is 5′ 6″ granddaughter of Elvis Presley Fashion Model for designers Dolce & Gabbana Currently Model for Dior Perfume and Victoria Secrets The daughter of Lisa Marie Presley and Elvis Presley’s granddaughter made her catwalk debut at the age of 14 in a Dolce & Gabbana show in Milan. Now persuing a career in movies.
Riley Keough Sheds ‘Elvis Presley’s Granddaughter’ Label With Sexy Role on ‘The Girlfriend Experience’ After making her screen debut in The Runaways the 2010 music biopic about the all-girl rock band starring Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning, Keough has been inching her way up to become more than just Elvis Presley’s granddaughter. Following small roles (a party girl with a pet pig in Magic Mike and a sex slave in Mad Max: Fury Road) Keough is stepping out with The Girlfriend Experience. Based on the film starring adult film actress Sasha Grey, the new Starz series tells the story of Christine Read (Keough), a Chicago law student who works as a high-end escort. It’s seductive and cool, and earning praise for Keough’s more approachable take on the Experience’s central character.
Riley Keough on the cover of Nylon March 2016 issue. What the 26-year-old The Girlfriend Experience actress had to say: How she knew her husband Ben Smith-Petersen was the one? “We were together eight months and then we got engaged…But I think I told him I wanted to marry him after a week. I was like, ‘Homie… .’ I don’t know, I just had a moment. I don’t over-intellectualize it because it just kind of happened, and I went with my gut there. We both had the same reaction, like, ‘OK, cool.’”
On the level-headed approach to fame her mom Lisa Marie Presley instilled in her: “She was like, ‘I don’t want you growing up like another Hollywood celebrity daughter.’ She was so not about that life, you know? She didn’t really put attention on it. It was there. We’d get photographed doing stuff, but I didn’t see a tabloid until I was 15.”