Net worth of Eva Green

The actress and model Eva Green have a net worth of $10 million. Her best-known roles include 'The Dreamers,' 'Kingdom of Heaven,' 'Casino Royale,' '300: Rise of an Empire,' and 'Proxima.' On television, Green earned acclaim for her roles in 'Camelot' and 'Penny Dreadful.' In addition to acting in independent films, she appeared in 'Cracks,' 'Womb,' and 'Perfect Sense.'

A dental surgeon and actress named Marlène gave birth to Eva Green in Paris, France on July 6, 1980. Her fraternal twin sister Joy was born two minutes after her, and she is of Algerian-Jewish descent through her mother, and Swedish and Breton descent through her father. 

Her education at the American University of Paris was based in France. In the historical drama 'The Story of Adele H,' Green saw Isabelle Adjani perform and decided she wanted to become an actress at the age of 14. She attended the Cours Eva Saint Paul in Paris and took an acting course at London's Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.

Green returned to Paris after completing her studies in London, where she performed in several plays. In 2001, she was nominated for a Molière Award for her performance in 'Jalousie en Trois Fax,' followed by 'Turret.'

In 2003, Green starred in Bernardo Bertolucci's controversial romantic drama 'The Dreamers,' in which she appeared naked and engaged in graphic sex scenes with screen partners Louis Garrel and Michael Pitt. Following that, Green starred in the French adventure crime film 'Arsène Lupin,' based on the popular crime book series.

She portrayed Sibylla, Princess of Jerusalem in Ridley Scott's epic historical drama 'The Kingdom of Heaven' in 2005. During the 2006 James Bond film 'Casino Royale,' Green portrayed Vesper Lynd opposite Daniel Craig as 007 in the role.

She subsequently appeared in another major studio film, 'The Golden Compass,' based on Philip Pullman's 'His Dark Materials' trilogy of novels. Green played a witch queen named Serafina Pekkala. In 2008, Green starred as Emilia and Sally in the science-fiction thriller 'Franklyn.'

In 2009, she portrayed mystery diving instructor, Miss G, in the psychological thriller 'Cracks.' In 2010, Green starred as a woman who clones her deceased boyfriend in the science-fiction film 'Womb.'

The following year, she appeared in another science-fiction film, 'Perfect Sense,' in which she played a scientist who fell in love with a chef during a sense-depriving epidemic. Tim Burton's 'Dark Shadows,' based on the eponymous television soap opera, featured Green playing the wicked witch Angelique Bouchard. 

Her biggest year on-screen yet came in 2014 when she appeared in four films, the first being 'White Bird in a Blizzard,' directed by Gregg Araki. Her next film was the epic action sequel '300: Rise of an Empire,' in which she played Artemisia. She also appeared in two Danish Westerns in 2014, 'The Salvation' and 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For,' where she played the vampish Ava Lord.

As the titular headmistress in 'Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children,' based on the Ransom Riggs novel of the same name, Green reunited with director Tim Burton in 2016. The following year, she starred in Roman Polanski's psychological thriller 'Based on a True Story' and Lisa Langseth's mystery drama 'Euphoria.'

Green reteamed with Tim Burton in 2019 to play Colette Marchant in Disney's live-action remake of 'Dumbo.' She won a César Award nomination for Best Actress for playing an astronaut in the French drama 'Proxima' the same year. 'Nocebo' is another psychological thriller Green starred in later life.

The first season of the Starz historical fantasy series 'Camelot' featured Green in the role of Morgan Pendragon, daughter of King Uther. As Vanessa Ives on the Showtime horror series 'Penny Dreadful,' Green received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama in 2014.

For her performance, she earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Television Series – Drama. As Lydia Wells in 'The Luminaries,' based on the Eleanor Catton novel, Green's next television role would be in 2021, in the Apple TV+ series 'Liaison,' which will star Vincent Cassel.

Green is unmarried and prefers to live alone. When it comes to relaxation, Green enjoys reading and drinking a glass of wine by the fireplace rather than going out. In addition to entomology and taxidermy, she collects preserved insects and skulls. Although she is not religious, she has described herself as deeply spiritual.

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