Winner of the Empire Awards, Anya Taylor-Joy is an Argentinian and English actress and model best known for playing Thomasin in The Witch, Casey Cooke in Spilt and Glass, and Lily in Thoroughbreds.
She has also appeared in movies like Vampire Academy, Playmobil: The Movie, Love, Antosha and in TV shows like Peaky Blinders, starring Cillian Murphy, and The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.
Anya Taylor-Joy’s Net Worth: $1 million – $5 million(approx)
The Chainsaw Award-winning actress’ actual net worth is unknown but it has been believed that she might have a net worth of $1 million.
According to Celebworth, Anya’s annual salary is said to be $100,000. The average salary of an actor in Hollywood ranges between $45,000 and $57,000 while a model earns an annual salary of $49,200.
She has been spotted getting off an Audi which has a starting price of $39,200.
Anya Taylor-Joy Movies and TV shows
The Chopard Trophy-winning actress made her career debut with an uncredited role in the film Vampire Academy after which she landed a role in the TV series Endeavour.
Anya acted in TV shows like Atlantis, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance, and Peaky Blinders, featuring Paul Anderson, Tom Hardy, and Helen McRory.
She has acted in movies like The Witch, Split, Glass, starring Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson, and Radioactive with Rosamund Pike to name some.
Taylor’s upcoming acting projects include movies namely The New Mutants, featuring Maisie Williams, The Northman, Last Night in Soho, and in Netflix’s The Queen’s Gambit.
Anya Taylor-Joy’s Biography
She was born as Anya-Josephine Taylor-Joy on 16th April 1996 in Miami, Florida in the United States. She has not disclosed the name of her parents.
As a child, she attended Hill House and then studied at the Northlands School. She later enrolled at Queen’s Gate School.
The 23-years-old actress is currently engaged to Irish model Eoin Macken.
Highest Earning Movies
- Split(2016) – $278.5 million
- Glass(2019) – $247 million
- The Witch(2015) – $40.4 million
- Vampire Academy(2014) – $15.4 million
- Playmobil: The Movie(2019) – $15.4 million