Robin Wright Net Worth

How much is Robin Wright Worth?

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Robin Wright Net Worth:
$65 Million

Robin Wright's Salary

$9 Million

Robin Wright net worth and salary: Robin Wright is an American actress who has a net worth of $65 million dollars. For her work on House of Cards, Robin is paid $9 million per year. Born in Dallas, Texas, Robin Wright grew up in San Diego, California, and graduated from La Jolla High School. She began her professional acting career appearing on "The Yellow Rose" in the early 80s. She became a household name for her work on the popular soap opera, "Santa Barbara". She played Kelly Capwell on the show from 1984-1988 and received three Daytime Emmy nominations. In 1987, she was cast in the role that would make her a star to watch, as Buttercup, in the film adaptation of "The Princess Bride". Since then, she has appeared in a wide range of film projects, including, "State of Grace", "Forrest Gump", "Moll Flanders", "She's So Lovely", "Message in a Bottle", "Unbreakable", "Nine Lives", "Breaking and Entering", "Moneyball", and "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo". In 2011, Robin Wright divorced fellow actor Sean Penn and reportedly received half of his fortune in the settlement. It's estimated that the settlement was $40 million. Robin is now probably most famous for starring in the popular Netflix political drama "House of Cards" alongside Kevin Spacey.

Robin Wright Net Worth

Robin Wright

Net Worth:$65 Million
Salary:$9 Million
Date of Birth:Apr 8, 1966 (54 years old)
Height:5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
Profession:Actor, Model, Spokesperson, Businessperson, Singer, Film Producer
Nationality:United States of America

Robin Wright Earnings

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