Hilary Duff net worth: Hilary Erhard Duff is an American actress and recording artist who has a net worth of $25 million. Born in Houston, Texas on September 28, 1987, the second of two children, she began work as a child actress in local theater plays and also found work in a TV commercial. Fame found her when she landed the title role in the hit TV series, Lizzie McGuire, and the four years in this role lead to a series of roles in films like Agent Cody Banks, Cheaper by the Dozen, A Cinderella Story, and Cheaper by the Dozen 2. She has also appeared on several television shows in guest roles including Gossip Girl, Beauty & the Briefcase, and Younger and also appeared in several independent films including War, Inc, According to Greta, and Bloodworth.
After these successes, Duff expanded her career into the world of pop music. She has had great success in this genre as well, having achieved three RIAA-Certified Platinum Albums and 3 Number One Singles, too. Hilary Duff also started two clothing lines and, in concert with Elizabeth Arden, lent her name to 2 perfume collections. She is an active philanthropist and regularly contributes to charities. She has also begun producing movies for general theater distribution.
Duff dated pop singer Aaron Carter on and off between 2001 and 2003 before he met and dated Lindsay Lohan. It was reported that Carter soon left Lohan and went back to dating Duff, starting a feud between the two actresses. In July 2004, a 16-year-old Duff began dating Good Charlotte singer Joel Madden, who was then 25 years of age. The couple made headlines for the age gap and eventually parted two years later in November of 2006. In 2007, Duff began dating Canadian NHL player, Mike Comrie. The couple have a son, Luca Cruz Comrie, who was born in March 2012. In January 2014, the couple announced that they have separated, but would continue to co-parent their son. Duff has been quoted saying that there is room for reconciliation stating that they would have gone ahead with the divorce in January if they did not believe there was a chance to turn things around.