Jamie Lee Curtis Net Worth $35 million
Jamie Lee Curtis salary $3,000,000
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Jamie Lee Curtis is an American actress and author, and her current net worth is $35 million.
Born in Santa Monica, California from actor parents. They divorced in 1962 and her mother remarried. Her older sister, Kelly Curtis acts as well.
She attended Westlake School and Beverly Hills High School, then graduating from Choate Rosemary Hall. She quit University of the Pacific in Stockton, California after a semester to pursue her acting career.
How did Jamie Lee Curtis get famous?
Jamie’s film debut, the iconic 1978 horror film Halloween pushed her to great fame. The movie, the highest grossing independent film of its time, transformed into a classic horror film. Subsequently, she earned the title of ‘scream queen’ and got cast in several horror flicks.
She returned to work with acclaimed director John Carpenter for the movie The Fog. It did very well at the box-office, earning $21 million on a $1 million budget. Jamie will return to her role as Laurie Strode in Halloween in 2018, by Pineapple Express director David Gordon Green.
Her role in Trading Places earned her a BAFTA award for Best Supporting Actress and helped her move away from the horror typecast. In A Fish Called Wanda in 1988, she showed her comedic side and earned a BAFTA nomination for Best Leading Actress.
In 1994, for her role in True Lies, alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger, she won a Golden Globe.
How does Jamie Lee Curtis make money?
In 1990 she won a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series for Anything But Love. Another nomination came in 2004 for her performance in Disney’s Freaky Friday. Her most recent Golden Globe nomination came from Scream Queens, a comedy horror series on FOX.
Lately, Jamie guest starred in FOX’s New Girl, playing Zooey Deschanel’s mother.
Working with illustrator Laura Cornell, she written and published several children’s books.
Jamie also filed a patent for a modification to a diaper in 1987, although now it reached public domain.
She writes for The Huffington Post online newspaper.