Portia de Rossi net worth: Portia de Rossi is an Australian-American actress and model who has a net worth of $20 million. Portia de Rossi has accumulated her net worth through her acting roles in television sitcoms and series, as well as films and appearances on television talk shows. She has also published her autobiography "Unbearable Lightness." She is married to comedian Ellen Degeneres. Portia was born Amanda Lee Rogers in January Horsham, Victoria, Australia in January 1973. As a child she modeled for print and TV commercials. She adopted the name Portia de Rossi at the age of 15. Her first major role came in the film Sirens in 1984. She then moved to Los Angeles, California and starred in the TV series Nick Freno: Licensed Teacher and the film Scream 2. She worked to lose her Australian accent in favor of an American accent. Portia played Nelle Porter on Ally McBeal from 1998 to 2002. She starred as Lindsay Bluth Funke from 2003 to 2006 on the Fox series Arrested Development. She also had a role on Nip/Tuck in 2007-08. She starred in Better Off Ted in 2009-10. She has been ranked on lists of Stuff's 100 Sexiest Women, Femme Fatales' Sexiest Women, Maxim's 100 Sexiest Women, and People magazine's 100 Most Beautiful. She has formerly dated filmmaker Mel Metcalfe and Ringo Starr's stepdaughter Francesca Gregorini. She opened up about her sexuality in 2005 and became engaged to Ellen DeGeneres. The couple was married in 2008 and Portia changed her name to Portia Lee James DeGeneres. She published her autobiography Unbearable Lightness in 2010.
Portia de Rossi Net Worth
Portia de Rossi
Date of Birth
Actor, Comedian, Model
5 ft 7 in (1.708 m)
Amanda Lee Rogers, Mandy Rogers, Portia Lee James DeGeneres, Portia Di Rossi, Portia De Rossi, Portia DeRossi
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