Natalie Portman Net Worth 2024


What Is Nаtаlіе Portman’s Net Worth?

Natalie Portman Net Worth: Nаtаlіе Portman Is an award-winning actress cum film producer. She has been honored with up to 75 awards in counting, and the major once for her film performances like ‘Black Swan‘ and ‘Closer.’ She has acquired most of her fortune from acting and producing films.

Today, Nаtаlіе Portman’s net worth is estimated to be close to $60 million dollars.

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Natalie Portman Net Worth:

$60 Million

Net Worth:$60 Million
Real Name:Natalie Hershlag
Date of Birth:9 June 1981
Age, How Old:38 Years Old
Nationality:American, Israeli
Place of Birth:Jerusalem, Israel
How Tall, Height:5ft 3in (160 cm)
Occupation(s):Actor, Model, Director,
Last Updated:2020

How Much Is Natalie Portman Worth?

The Israeli-born multi-talented actress is more than successful in her career. She’s been an entertaining personality and has advanced millions of fans from her movie career.

So, how much money does Natalie Portman have? As of 2019, Natalie Portman’s net worth stands at an estimated value of $60 million dollars.

Who Is Natalie Portman?

Natalie Portman was born Neta-Lee Hershlag to parents Shelley Stevens and Avner Hershlag on June 9, 1981, in Jerusalem. The Hebrew birth name “Neta-Lee” was given to Portman by her Jewish parents.

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Her parents migrated from Israel to the United States in 1984, when Natalie was just an infant.

Her father who is now a fertility specialist and gynecologist first remained in Washington, D.C. for practicing as a medical trainee. He later found his way to Connecticut and finally to Jericho, New York.

Natalie first experienced her education in Washington, D.C. studying at the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School. She later moved towards Glen Cove, New York, studying at the Solomon Schechter Day School, and graduating in 1999, from Syosset High School based in Syosset, Long Island.

Natalie found enthusiasm for dancing as she turned four. She trained herself into dancing with neighborhood troops, numerous venue camps, and theatres, amid her youth days.

She skilled herself into expressive dancing, such as ballet and freestyle, while attending the American Theatre Dance Workshop in New Hyde Park, New York.

She additionally attended Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, where they offer students a few choices of classes in art, dance, music, or theater. The creative center is situated at Wheatley Heights, Long Island.

Natalie Portman College | Harvard Commencement Speech

In 2003, she graduated with an A.B. degree from Harvard College in psychology. While filling in as an entertainer on the side, she attended the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Life & Career.

As an actress, Natalie’s debut comes in Luc Besson’s crime thriller movie Léon: The Professional, which initially released on 14 September 1994.

Later in 1995, she embarked on another crime movie Heat, the film which was directed by Michael Mann, received achievements with great audits from movie critics.

To proceed with her acting endeavors, Natalie decided to protect her family’s identity by adapting her grandma’s birth name “Portman” as her last name.

In 1996, she showed up in ‘Beautiful Girls’ as “Marty,” a small reunion of friends finding expressions in their lives.

The same year, she appeared for ‘Everyone Says I Love You,’ a Woody Allen directed comedy film, about a New York girl and her motives. She was also seen in the Tim Burton-directed fantasy movie, Mars Attacks!

In 1997, she played the primary character in the book called The Diary of Anne Frank. She performed as Anne Frank for the stage play which opened at the Music Box Theater, in Manhattan.

In 1999, she featured as Padmé Amidala for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, released on May 16, 1999. The Sci-fi film directed by George Lucas received huge achievement yet gotten blended audits.  

Similar year, she starred for ‘Anywhere but Here,’ the comedy film which released in November was based on a novel, coordinated by Wayne Wang.

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In 2000, she assumed the role in ‘Where the Heart Is,’ the directorial debut of Matt Williams who featured Natalie as “Novalee Nation,” a 17-year-old girl who manages her pregnancy after being abandoned by her no-good boyfriend.

In 2001, she played “Nina” at the public theater for Anton Chekhov’s play The Seagull. The play featured Meryl Streep and other well-known artists, which opened at Central Park as a piece of the New York Shakespeare Festival.

In 2002, she repeated her role for the Sci-fi thriller Star Wars Episode II: Attack of The Clones, the film which is the second installment of Star Wars received positive reviews from the critics.

In 2003, Natalie featured as “Sara” in the romantic drama film Cold Mountain, the film which is based on the bestselling novel that was directed by Anthony Minghella. The same year she played for the American children’s TV series, Sesame Street.

In 2004, she starred in Closer, a Melodramatic picturization of couples in relationships, directed by Mike Nicholls. She played “Sam” for the comedy-drama Garden State, which pictured the journey of a troubled man trying to change himself for good.

In 2005, she finalized starring for Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, which released on May 19th into the United States. She played “Rebecca” for the 9th June release of the comedic film Free Zone.

The remainder of her featuring films were…

In 2006 — film; Goya’s Ghosts — played as ‘Inés, Alicia’ — released on 8 November 2006 (Spain)

In 2006 — film; V for Vendetta — played as ‘Evey Hammond’ — released on 23 February 2006 (Finland)

In 2006 — film; Paris, je t’aime — played as ‘Francine’ — released on 18 May 2006 (Cannes)

In 2007 — film: The Darjeeling Limited — played as ‘Jack’s Ex’‑Girlfriend” — released on 26 October 2007 (USA)

In 2007 — film: My Blueberry Nights — played as ‘Leslie’ — released on 16 November 2007 (Canada)

In 2007 — film: The Other Boleyn Girl — played as ‘Anne Boleyn’ — released on 29 February 2008 (USA)

In 2009 — film: New York, I Love You — played as ‘Rifka’ — released on 22 January 2010 (India)

In 2009 — film: The Other Woman — played as ‘Emilia Greenleaf’ — released on 4 February 2011 (USA)

In 2009 — film: Brothers — played as ‘Grace Cahill’ — released on 3 December 2009 (Israel)

In 2010 — film: Black Swan — played as ‘Nina Sayers’ — released on 25 February 2011 (India)

In 2010 — film: Hesher — played as ‘Nicole’ — released on 13 May 2011 (USA)

In 2011, — film: No Strings Attached — played as ‘Emma’ — released on 11 February 2011 (India)

In 2011, — film: Your Highness — played as ‘Isabel’ — released on 8 April 2011 (USA)

In 2011, — film: Thor — played as ‘Jane Foster’ — released on 29 April 2011 (India)

In 2013, — film: Thor, The Dark World — played as ‘Jane Foster’ — released on 22 October 2013 (London)

Her directorial debut was recognized on the release of a short rom-com drama film Eve, which released on September 1st, 2008, with a premiere that was held at the 65th Venice International Film Festival, in Venice, Italy.

In 2004, her award-winning performance in the movie Closer was recognized, she was announced the “Best Supporting Actress” for Academy Award nomination and won a Golden Globe Award for the same in 2005.

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She received another Golden Globe honor of the same category for the multi-award-winning film Black Swan in 2011, as well as Academy Award for playing the leading character in the film.

Personal Life.

Natalie Portman was once involved romantically with folk singer Devendra Banhart, she featured herself in the video for one of his songs “Carmensita,” the short term relationship lasted till the end of 2008.

She has been on and off a Vegan, she is a follower of the vegan diet, yet consumed eggs and cheese during her pregnancy cravings. She also stands for animal rights by not wearing fur items of clothing.

As a philanthropist, she has delivered service for various needy causes. As an Ambassador of Hope for FINCA International, she financially helps supports women for taking on business endeavors in developing countries.

She’s a Democratic supporter, she stood for Democratic nominees like John Kerry in 2004, Hillary Clinton in 2008, and Barack Obama as well.

She wedded her beau and ballet choreographer, Benjamin Millepied. The two met while shooting for Black Swan. They share two children together, son Aleph (b. 2011) and daughter Amalia (b. 2017).

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Quotes from Natalie Portman

“Awards are so unnecessary because I think we get so much out of our work just by doing it. The work is a reward in itself.”

— Natalie Portman

“I am not someone who sacrifice all for the cinema, my life will be always more important.”

— Natalie Portman

“Ninety per cent of how you learn is watching great people. When you are surrounded by good actors it lifts your performance.”

— Natalie Portman

“I always ask myself, would I want someone to do something that wasn’t comfortable for them just to please me? And the answer is no.”

— Natalie Portman
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