Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon Net Worth is $80 Million



$80 million


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Reese Witherspoon net worth

Nicknames: Laura Jeanne Reese Witherspoon, Riz Uizerspun

Date of birth: the 22nd of March, 1976

Profession: actress, film producer

Nationality: United States of America

Source of wealth: movies

Many actresses have to battle for their success and money. But Reese Witherspoon is an in-born winner, who started her career in show business, when she was just 7 years old. Her family friend had a flower shop and he asked the cute girl to participate in its advertisement. Now she owns a net worth of $80 million.

Reese Witherspoon won her first screen role at the age of 14 in the movie “The Man in the Moon”. While filming, the young actress got two bonuses – earned her first money and got a kiss from her movie partner, a star Jason London.

Reese was educated at Harpeth Hall high school and then entered Stanford University, but she didn’t get a diploma as quit her studying in order to pursue acting.

Witherspoon was gradually becoming popular, having played the roles in such hits as “Fear” and “Cruel Intentions”.

Her earnings impressively increased in 2006, when Witherspoon played the leading part in James Mangold movie “Walk the Line”. For that screen work Reese got Oscar and Golden Globe as the best actress.

During many years the elegant blonde Reese Witherspoon was included in Forbes list of the highest-paid actresses in the world. In 2011 she was dropped out as her career slowed down a bit.

But in 2015 the star came back with the earnings of $15 million per year (estimated by Justrichest). That year she tried her hand as a producer. Her “Wild”, which she produced and played the leading role there, got two Oscar nominations, including the one for the best female part.

Reese Witherspoon gets a part of her earnings from various endorsement deals. Thus she was a Global Ambassador of Avon Foundation.

Alongside lucrative deals, Reese participated in commercials for non-profit organizations. Thus she supports American Humane, which cares about animal rights, and Afghanistan Relief, which advocates for reconstruction of Afghanistan. 

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