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Net Worth:
$25 Million
Dec 27, 1995 (28 years old)
New York City, U.S.
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Timothée Chalamet is an American actor who has a net worth of $25 million. Timothée Chalamet has received numerous honors and accolades over the course of his career, including Academy Award nominations, BAFTA Awards, Golden Globes, and Screen Actors Guild Awards. Timothée began his career at a young age, appearing in commercials and short films. He then made a name for himself on the series "Homeland" before graduating into film work with his debut role in "Men, Women & Children." He then appeared in "Interstellar."

In 2017, he earned widespread critical praise for his role in "Call Me by Your Name," which led to subsequent roles in movies like "Hot Summer Nights," "Lady Bird," and "Hostiles." During this period, he received his first Academy Award nominations. Further praise came after his performance in "Beautiful Boy," and he then appeared in "The King" and "Little Women." Timothée is also known for his stage work, having won a number of awards for his performance in "Prodigal Son." Chalamet is widely considered to be one of the most talented actors of his generation, if not the most talented actor of his generation.

Early Life

Timothée Hal Chalamet was born on December 27th of 1995 in New York City. He grew up in Hell's Kitchen in a family with Jewish roots. His mother was once a Broadway dancer and was educated at Yale. His father is an editor and correspondent of French heritage. Due to his father's French background, Timothée holds dual French and United States citizenship. At a young age, he was accepted into a special high school for music and art, and he started to develop his creative talents for the first time. This school was home to the children of many celebrities, including Madonna's daughter, Lourdes (whom he dated). During his high school years, Timothée starred in numerous school musicals.

After graduating from high school in 2013, he attended Columbia University and studied cultural anthropology for one year. He then transferred to the Gallatin School of Individualized Study, which allowed him to focus on his blossoming acting career.


Chalamet began his career as a child actor, appearing in a number of commercials. He also developed his acting skills by appearing in a number of short films. His first major TV role was in an episode of "Law & Order." Timothée then appeared in the TV film "Loving Leah" before taking to stage in an Off-Broadway production of "The Talls." By 2012, he had landed recurring roles in series such as "Royal Pains" and "Homeland." The latter series allowed the young Chalamet to rise to greater prominence, and his performances earned him various honors and accolades.

After a brief appearance in 2014's "Men, Women & Children," he gained further recognition after playing Matthew McConaughey's son in "Interstellar." This film grossed $675 million globally and helped Chalamet's career significantly. Further roles came with "Worst Friends" and "One & Two." He then wrapped up a busy 2015 with a role in "The Adderall Diaries" and another appearance in "Love the Coopers." Although this period was certainly busy for Timothée, he later revealed that he expected greater levels of success after appearing in "Interstellar." He also revealed that he had auditioned unsuccessfully for a number of major roles during this period, in films such as "The Neon Demon" and "White Boy Rick."


Returning to theatre work in 2016, Chalamet appeared in a stage production of "Prodigal Son," which is an autobiographical play by John Patrick Shanley. He was given the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play as a result of this performance, and he was also nominated for a Drama League Award. He wrapped up 2016 with an appearance in "Miss Stevens," and this performance also resulted in rave reviews.

In 2017, Timothée started to experience the kind of success he had been searching for. He first appeared in "Call Me by Your Name," a film that received very positive reviews. Chalamet was singled out for praise, and he became the third-youngest individual to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actor as a result. Also in 2017, Timothée starred in "Hot Summer Nights," although this film received mixed reviews. Further roles that year included "Hostiles" and "Lady Bird."

In 2018, Chalamet accepted one of his most defining roles in "Beautiful Boy," playing a teenager who is addicted to meth. The cast also included Steve Carell, and it was well-received by critics. Timothée received a number of award nominations once again. He then appeared in Woody Allen's "A Rainy Day in New York" and donated his salary to charity after sexual abuse allegations against Allen became common knowledge. Later, he played Henry V of England in "The King," which was aired on Netflix. In 2019, he starred in "Little Women," and in 2020 he hosted an episode of "Saturday Night Live."

During this time, it was announced that Chalamet would play the iconic lead role of Paul Atreides in the updated film adaption of Frank Herbert's landmark science fiction novel, "Dune."

Wonka Salary

Timothée Chalamet was paid $9 million to star in "Wonka," a career-high up that point for the actor.


Aside from his acting work, Timothée Chalamet is considered a fashion icon. "Gentleman's Quarterly" once called him the best-dressed man in the world, and "Vogue" has referred to him as being the most influential man in the fashion world. In 2021, he served as a co-chair at the Met Gala alongside a number of other celebrities.

Real Estate

In October 2022 Timothée paid $11 million for a large estate in Beverly Hills. The sellers were Justin Verlander and Kate Upton. Justin and Kate bought the home in 2016 for $5.25 million. Previous celebrity owners of the mansion include tennis star Pete Sampras and his wife Bridgette Wilson. Pete and Bridgette bought the home from musician Kenny G. The one-and-a-half-acre property has a pool, spa, tennis court, multiple outdoor lounge areas, a maid's room, and a bonus room with its own entrance.

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