Jamie Lee Curtis is a horror movie icon best known for her various roles in iconic horror films throughout the years, such as Halloween, The Fog, Prom Night, and Terror Train. She has also been branded the scream queen for her roles in the movies.
Curtis is a BAFTA award winner, a Golden Globe winner, and is also a fan favorite both on TV and film. In addition to this, she is also an author of children’s books and a blogger for The Huffington Post.
What Is The Net Worth Of Jamie Lee Curtis?
Jamie Lee Curtis has a net worth of around $60 million as of April 2020. She made this net worth from a career in acting that has spanned over 4 decades.
Curtis has also earned a lot of money from TV shows, and she has worked in some popular shows like Anything but Love.
Earnings From Acting
Jamie Lee Curtis earned just $8,000 for her role in the 1978 classic horror flick Halloween. Then she earned $100,000 from the sequel of the film that came out in 1981.
Similarly, she was paid $25,000 for her role as Anna Winter ion, the 1984 film Love Letters. When Halloween: Resurrection came out in 2002, she got $3,000,000 for her work on the film.
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House In Santa Monica
Curtis and her husband have 2 houses in Santa Monica. The properties are adjacent to each other. One of which the couple bought in 2016 for around $2.2 million.
They have hired, round-the-clock security and installed giant gates on the property. The estate is spread over 1,900 square feet and has three bedrooms, two baths, and was built in 1987 with a swimming pool.
She also has a house in Los Angeles that she bought in 1992. The property has a swimming pool with an adjacent garden. The property is also surrounded by greenery and shrubs.
Curtis debuted with Halloween in 1978 as Laurie Strode, which got her instant fame among fans. Then 2 years later, in 1980, she worked on the film The Fog, Prom Night and Terror Train.
Road games came out in 1981, but her best-known work of the year was Halloween II, the sequel to her debut film. Similarly, Halloween III: Season of the Witch was released in 1982, but she had only a voice acting role in the film.
Love Letters was released in 1984, and she worked on “Grandview, U.S.A.”, and The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, in the same year.
Then she worked on Perfect in 1985 before taking a short break and working on her next film in 1987 titled A Man in Love. She also worked on Amazing Grace and Chuck, Dominick and Eugene, A Fish Called Wanda to close out the eighties.
She has also worked on films like Knives Out (starring Daniel Craig), An Acceptable Loss, The Little Engine That Could more recently.
The celebrity is also incredibly charitable and has donated a lot of money throughout the years. In fact, she donated $100,000 per year via the Syzygy Foundation.
She has worked with charities like Children Affected by AIDS Foundation, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, among others.
Jamie Lee Curtis was born on November 22, 1958, in Santa Monica, California, the U.S to Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh. She went to Westlake School and later joined Beverly Hills High School. She studied at the University of the Pacific, where she studied law but dropped out.
Curtis is married to director Christopher Guest as of April 2020. She married him on December 18, 1984, five months after she saw him on Spinal Tap and said to her friend, I’m going to marry that guy. She adopted two children with her husband, Curtis.
Curtis has openly talked about her plastic surgery. She has even said that she is one of the few celebrities in Hollywood that does not feel uncomfortable talking about her plastic surgery.
According to the actress, she has done all kinds of cosmetic surgeries and plastic surgeries, including liposuction and Botox treatments.