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Category:
Richest CelebritiesActors
Net Worth:
$10 Million
Birthdate:
Aug 3, 1983 (40 years old)
Birthplace:
New York City
Gender:
Female
Height:
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Profession:
Actor
Nationality:
United States of America
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What is Mamie Gummer's net worth?

Mamie Gummer is an American actress who has a net worth of $10 million. Mamie Gummer is known for her roles on such television series as "Emily Owens, M.D.," "The Good Wife," and "The Good Fight." The daughter of Academy Award-winning actress Meryl Streep, she has also appeared in many films, including alongside her mother in "Evening" and "Ricki and the Flash." Additionally, Gummer has acted on stage, and earned a Drama Desk Award nomination for her work in the play "Ugly Lies the Bone."

Early Life and Education

Mamie Gummer was born on August 3, 1983. Her mother is actress Meryl Streep and her father is sculptor Don Gummer. Mamie and her older brother and two younger sisters grew up in Los Angeles, California and Salisbury, Connecticut. She was educated at Miss Porter's School and later graduated from Kent School.  She went on to attend Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, graduating in 2005.

Film Career

Gummer first appeared on the big screen when she was just a toddler, credited as "Natalie Stern" in her mother's 1986 film "Heartburn." As an adult, she made her film acting debut with a small role in Lasse Hallström's 2006 dramedy "The Hoax," starring Richard Gere. The following year, Gummer starred in the drama "Evening," an adaptation of the book by Susan Minot. She played the younger version of her mother's character Lila Wittenborn. Gummer went on to appear in the war drama "Stop-Loss" and the Tennessee Williams-based "The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond," both released in 2008. She then had roles in two 2009 films: the historical musical dramedy "Taking Woodstock" and the period romance "The Lightkeepers." In 2010, Gummer starred in the drama "Twelve Thirty" and John Carpenter's supernatural horror film "The Ward."

After a three-year break from the big screen, Gummer returned in 2013 with two films: "The Lifeguard," starring Kristen Bell and David Lambert, and Steven Soderbergh's "Side Effects," starring Rooney Mara and Jude Law. Gummer next appeared in the Jennifer Aniston drama "Cake" in 2014. The year after that, she played the daughter of her mother's titular character in Jonathan Demme's musical dramedy "Ricki and the Flash." She also had a brief role in the biographical drama "The End of the Tour." Gummer's other credits have included the comedy "An Actor Prepares," costarring Jeremy Irons, Jack Huston, and Ben Schwartz, and the supernatural horror film "Separation," with Rupert Friend and Madeline Brewer.

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Television Career

Gummer had her first television role in 2008, portraying Sally Adams in the acclaimed HBO miniseries "John Adams." Next, from 2010 to 2015, she played the recurring role of Nancy Crozier on the CBS legal drama series "The Good Wife." During that period of time, Gummer had main roles on two short-lived medical dramas: ABC's "Off the Map," on which she played Dr. Mina Minard, and the CW's "Emily Owens, M.D.," on which she starred as the titular surgical intern. Gummer also made appearances in episodes of "A Gifted Man," "The Big C," and "Elementary." In 2015, she played the recurring part of Nora in the second season of the drama series "Manhattan," and in 2016 starred as Helen Sabine on the short-lived Amazon Prime Video period drama "The Collection."

From 2018 to 2021, Gummer reprised her role as Nancy Crozier on "The Good Fight," a spinoff of "The Good Wife." In 2018, she also made a guest appearance on the Hulu horror series "Castle Rock" and lent her voice to an episode of the adult animated sketch comedy series "Robot Chicken." The year after that, Gummer had a recurring role in the third season of the HBO crime anthology series "True Detective." Among her other credits, she voiced Electra on the original Netflix anime series "Blood of Zeus" and portrayed Jerrie Cobb on the Disney+ historical drama series "The Right Stuff."

Stage Career

Gummer began acting on stage while attending Northwestern University. She appeared in productions of "The Laramie Project," "12 Volt Heart," and "The House of Blue Leaves." After graduating, Gummer made her off-Broadway debut in the play "Mr. Marmalade" alongside Michael C. Hall. For her work, she won a Theatre World Award for Best Supporting Actress. Gummer earned further acclaim for her work in "The Water's Edge" in 2006. After that, she appeared in "The Autumn Garden" and "Desdemona: A Play About a Handkerchief." In 2008, Gummer made her Broadway debut in the Tony-nominated revival of "Les Liaisons Dangereuses," playing CĂ©cile Volanges. Her subsequent credits were "Hunting and Gathering," "Uncle Vanya," and "The School for Lies." For her lead role in the original production of "Ugly Lies the Bone" in 2015, Gummer earned a Drama Desk Award nomination. Over the ensuing few years, she acted in "The Siegel" and "Our Very Own Carlin McCullough" in Los Angeles.

Personal Life

In 2011, Gummer married her longtime boyfriend, actor and comedian Benjamin Walker. The pair lived in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn in New York City until their divorce in 2013. Gummer went on to date writer Mehar Sethi, to whom she got engaged in 2018. They married early the next year and had a son shortly after.

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