Kristen Stewart Net Worth: Shocking Details on Kristen Stewart's Net Worth
Nov 15, 2014 06:31 PM EST | By Staff Reporter
Kristen Stewart net worth is a surprisingly huge figure. Back in 2009, who ever thought Twilight could turn actors and actresses into multi millionaires and topping Forbes List? Definitely not Kristen Stewart.
Kristen Stewart is an American actress with a net worth of about $70 million. After topping Forbes list last year as the highest grossing movie actress of the year, Kristen does not seem to be slowing down, especially with her fourth role in the Twilight saga final movie being slated to earn her a cool $25 million salary plus a hefty share of the profits which could mean that the actress gets away with $40 million from the movie, adding significantly to the Kristen Stewart net worth.
Kristen started acting at age 8. Both her parents were in the arts. Her mother Jules Mann-Stewart was Australian and she was involved in television and film. Kristen was the only girl in a family of three boys.
Kristen Stewart began her acting career with roles in movies such as The Thirteenth Year, The Flinstones in Viva Rock Vegas. Later on, took other roles before finally getting her break out role as the tomboy daughter of Jodie Foster in the thriller by David Fincher Panic Room. The appearance of Kristen set the pace for the actress in building her Kristen Stewart net worth figure to $70 million.
After the movie, Kristen got various roles in many films and movies. She later appeared in movies such as Catch That Kid, Zathura and many more. She later appeared in more mature sounding dramas like Undertow and Speak.
In 2009, she got her highly acclaimed role for Bella Swan in the flag ship movie of the franchise Twilight. She went on to act in the three Twilight movies and will be starring in the final movie set for a release date soon. Add in more performances and the Kristen Stewart net worth figure will surely balloon.
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