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Jennifer Lawrence Net Worth Age Biography And Career
Jennifer Lawrence Net Worth, Age, Biography And Career
How much is Jennifer Lawrence worth?
NET WORTH: $135 MILLION
Profession: Professional Actress
Date of Birth: August 15, 1990
Country: United States of America
About Jennifer Lawrence
She made her mark as a Best Actress Academy Award nominee for Winter’s Bone before winning the lead role in the The Hunger Games. Jennifer Lawrence gained early fame from her role on The Bill Engvall Show, but it was her lead role in the critically acclaimed film, Winter’s Bone (2010), that earned the young actress serious attention for her talent. Although the battle to the top of Hollywood’s long ladder has only just begun, Lawrence has given herself a substantial start in the industry.
Lawrence has a net worth of $135 million dollars, as of 2021. Lawrence was the world’s highest-paid actress in 2015 and 2016.
Born August 15, 1990 in Louisville, Kentucky, Lawrence was the youngest to two brothers. When she was just a teenager, Lawrence demonstrated a serious interest in acting and, with much persistence, convinced her parents to allow her to travel to New York in search of an agent. Without any formal acting experience or training, Lawrence graduated high school early in order to pursue a professional career.
Even with the promising tenacity needed for show business, Lawrence had to begin, like most actors, in small, mediocre roles. At the start of her career, Lawrence landed a couple non-recurring parts in TV shows such as Monk and Medium. In 2007, she caught her first big break when she was cast in the TBS sitcom The Bill Engvall Show. The series revolved around a family headed by blue-collar comedian Bill Engvall with Lawrence playing the eldest of the three children. The show’s unoriginal plot and overused sitcom antics failed to impress critics and was canceled in 2009. Once the series ended, Lawrence abandoned television altogether for some big screen endeavors.