Emily Mortimer Net Worth

How much is Emily Mortimer Worth?

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Emily Mortimer Net Worth:
$6 Million

Emily Mortimer's Salary

$50 Thousand Per Episode

Emily Mortimer net worth and salary: Emily Mortimer is a British actress who hasĀ a net worth of $6 million and a salary per episode of $50,000. Born in Finsbury Park, London, England, Emily Mortimer performed in plays throughout her school years, and went on to study Russian at Lincoln College, Oxford University. After graduating, she began her professional career as a writer, working for the Daily Telegraph and writing screenplays, but subsequently shifted her focus to performing. She first gained notice while performing in productions at Oxford University, and began her professional career with a role in the television production, "Sharpe's Sword". She appeared in multiple television productions throughout the 90s, including, "The Glass Virgin", "Silent Witness", and "Coming Home". In the late 90s, she began to add more film work to her resume, including roles in such projects as "Elizabeth", "Notting Hill", and "Scream 3". She has gone on to appear in such projects as "Love's Labour's Lost", "Lovely and Amazing", "Dear Frankie", "Match Point", "Lars and the Real Girl", and "Shutter Island". She appeared on the television show, "The Newsroom" from 2012 – 2014.

Emily Mortimer Net Worth

Emily Mortimer

Net Worth:$6 Million
Salary:$50 Thousand Per Episode
Date of Birth:Dec 1, 1971 (49 years old)
Gender:Female
Height:5 ft 7 in (1.727 m)
Profession:Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality:United Kingdom
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