Leslie Mann Net Worth

March 8, 2024
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Leslie Mann was born on the 26th March 1972, in San Francisco, California USA. She is an actress and comedian, well known for her appearances in comedy films such as “The Cable Guy” (1996), “Knocked Up” (2007), “Funny People” (2009), “The Other Woman” (2014) among other. She has been accumulating her net worth being active in the film industry since 1989.

How rich is the Hollywood’s queen of comedy? Reportedly, the net worth of Leslie Mann stands at $18 million, the majority of her wealth having been accumulated from her acting roles over more than 25 years.

Leslie Mann Net Worth $18 Million

Leslie was raised in Newport Beach, and was educated at Corona del Mar High School, then majoring in acting at the Joanne Baron/D.W. Brown Studio. Through landing roles in various commercials, she began her career in acting. In 1991, she debuted on the big screen as an extra in the film “Virgin High” (1991). Later, she appeared in small roles in the films “Bottle Rocket” (1996), “Cosas que nunca te dije” (1996), “She’s the One” (1996) and others. She rose to prominence after starring alongside Jim Carrey and Matthew Broderick in Ben Stiller’s dark comedy film “The Cable Guy” (1996). Although the film received mixed reviews, it was a box office hit grossing $102.8 million. As well as adding financially to the net worth Mann, it was the key to her successful career. A year later, she landed the main role in the film “George of the Jungle” (1997) directed by Sam Weisman. This blockbuster at the box office with $174.4 received, it gained only moderate reviews from critics. It was followed by roles in the main cast of films including “Big Daddy” (1999), “Timecode” (2000), “Perfume” (2001) and “Orange County” (2002). Then, Leslie starred alongside Jason Lee and Tom Green in the crime comedy film “Stealing Harward” (2002) directed by Bruce McCulloch. The film might be described as a low point of her career, as it failed at the box office, and was negatively reviewed by critics.

The actress rehabilitated by receiving a nomination for the Chicago Film Critics Association Award as the Best Supporting Actress for her role of Debbie landed in the film “Knocked Up” (2007). Afterwards, Leslie successfully starred in the comedy films “17 Again” (2009) directed by Burr Steers, “Funny People” (2009) directed, produced and written by Judd Apatow, “Shorts: The Adventures of the Wishing Rock” (2009) directed and written by Robert Rodriquez and “I Love You Phillip Morris” (2009) directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa.

Later, she tried voice acting and did it well in many animated films including “Rio” (2011), “Allen Gregory” (2011), “ParaNorman” (2012), “Mr. Peabody & Sherman” (2014) and others. Among the latest successful roles landed by Leslie are Kate King’s role in “The Other Woman” (2014) and Audrey Griswold-Crandall in “Vacation” (2015). Currently, she is working on the set of “How to Be Single” directed by Christian Ditter.

On the whole, all the roles landed on the big screen added financially to the total size of Leslie Mann’s net worth. At the latest count, she has appeared in well over 30 films.

Finally, in the personal life of the actress, Leslie Mann married the producer Judd Apatow in 1997. The family has two daughters.

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