Jessica Alba Net Worth
Jessica Alba net worth: Jessica Alba is an American actress who has a net worth of $200 million. Jessica Alba got her big-screen start at the age of twelve when she appeared in the movie Camp Nowhere after another girl dropped out of the film. Alba made guest appearances on several television shows throughout her teens, and in 2000, she made the jump to prime time when director James Cameron selected her from a field of 1,200 candidates to star on the Fox action show "Dark Angel". Dark Angel ran until 2002 and earned Alba a Golden Globe nomination for her performance as genetically engineered super-soldier Max Guevara.
Since then, Alba's notable film performances have included Honey, Sin City, Fantastic Four, Fantastic Four: The Rise of the Silver Surfer, and Good Luck Chuck. Aside from her acting career, Alba has appeared in several endorsements for companies like Microsoft, Piaget and Revlon. She has also been featured several times on Maxim magazine's Hot 100 List, including a number-one rank in 2001. She appeared on similar lists in FHM Magazine and been named one of GQ's "25 Sexiest Women of All Time." Alba married film producer Cash Warren in 2008 and gave birth to daughter Honor Marie Warren in the same year. OK! Magazine reportedly purchased the baby's first pictures for $1.5 million. The couple welcomed their second daughter Haven Warren in 2011.
The Honest Company:
Outside of acting, Jessica is the co-founder of The Honest Company. The Honest Company manufactures eco-friendly baby products and cleaning products. The company employs over 275 people and has revenues north of $150 million per year. In August 2014, the company raised $72 million (on top of $52 million it had raised previously) and achieved a market valuation of $1 billion. The Honest Co. is expected to file for an IPO at some point in the future. It is not yet clear how much of the company Jessica owns. In August 2015, the company was valued at $1.7 billion. Many analysts believe she owns 20%, which would mean her stake at the time was worth roughly $200 million before taxes. In October 2017, the company raised a Series E round of $75 million at a $1 billion valuation, 57% lower than it's previous value. It's now likely that Alba's stake has been cut down to 15%, meaning her pre-tax paper Honest stake is worth $150 million.