Jamie Lee Curtis Net Worth: Jamie Lee Curtis is an American actress and author who has a net worth of $35 million dollars. An actress and author, Jamie Lee Curtis is most widely recognized for her roles in such films as, "Halloween", "Trading Places", "A Fish Called Wanda", and "True Lies". She also wrote a best-selling book entitled, "Today I Feel Silly, and Other Moods That Make My Day".
Born on November 22, 1958, in Santa Monica, California, US, Curtis initially became known as the "scream queen" because of her starring roles in several horror films throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s. It were features like Halloween (1978), The Fog (1980), Prom Night (1980) and Terror Train (1980). However, Curtis has subsequently starred in many other movies that include various genres and helped her win BAFTA and Golden Globe awards. As her most memorable turns can be listed the BAFTA Award-winning portrayal in "Trading Places" (1983), her comic performances in "A Fish Called Wanda" (1988), the coming-of-age romantic comedies "My Girl" (1991) and "True Lies" (1994), as well as her strong performance in the action thriller "Blue Steel" (1990). On the small screen, she rose to prominence with her appearance on the sitcom "Anything But Love" (ABC, 1989-1992). Another kind of fame, she garnered for her marriage with Christopher Guest (and subsequent inherited English title), as well as for writing a string of best-selling children's books. Even though being the daughter of two movie stars, the down-to-earth Jamie Lee Curtis successfully managed to establish herself outside of their shadows. Actually, she was truly one of a kind actress, setting herself apart from her peers with her freedom from vanity, i.e., not being afraid to pose without makeup or retouching for a magazine, openly discussing her struggles with addiction, or even being comfortable to allow her hair to go gray gracefully. Not only an award-winning, but also striking, fun-loving actress with memorable parts in a variety of genres. Jamie Lee Curtis proved the world she is a star of her own making, despite her acting legacy.