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Elizabeth Banks Net Worth

Elizabeth Banks Net Worth:
$50 Million
Elizabeth Banks Net Worth
Elizabeth Banks – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $50 Million
Date of birth: February 10, 1974 (48 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Actor, Film Director, Film Producer, Voice Actor
Nationality: American

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Elizabeth Banks is an American actress, producer and director who has a net worth of $50 million. As an actor, Elizabeth Banks is probably most famous for appearing in movies like Definitely Maybe, The Hunger Games, Pitch Perfect, and Lego Movie franchises, Zack and Miri Make a Porno. As a producer/director she is most famous for the Pitch Perfect franchise and the 2019 Charlie’s Angels reboot.


Upon getting serious about acting and joining the Screen Actors Guild, Banks changed her name to the one we know today since there was already an Elizabeth Mitchell on the SAG rolls. Later that same year, Banks made her on-screen debut in the independent film Surrender Dorothy. A few years after that she then landed a small but memorable part in 2001’s Wet Hot American Summer directed by David Wain and starring a cast of many future stars, including Bradley Cooper (she’s gone on to reprise her role in two follow-up series to the film on Netflix). In 2002 she played the character of Betty Brant in Spider-Man, followed in 2003 by appearances in Seabiscuit and The 40-Year-Old Virgin alongside Steve Carrell in 2005.

Personal Life

She has been married to sportswriter Max Handelman since 2003. The couple met on her first day at the University of Pennsylvania in 1992. They have two children together, sons Felix and Magnus Mitchell.


“Some big actresses told me a few things that inspired me. One said that the biggest challenge for a female actress was to make sure they are not profoundly bored. Another told me to just do whatever you want – do anything.”

— Elizabeth Banks

“I can hang with the dudes because I love beef and baseball and driving fast and flirting. I understand where men are coming from, and I’m interested in typically male endeavors. But I can also wear the short skirt and cheerlead.”

— Elizabeth Banks

“I do try to eat healthy, and I find that’s easiest when I just avoid the Doritos aisle at the grocery store.”

— Elizabeth Banks

“What I love about Twitter specifically is that reciprocity is not guaranteed, nor expected. In other words, I can go one way. I can put things out. I don’t have to respond to everybody.”

— Elizabeth Banks

“Portion control is a real problem. My husband and I always split one appetizer and one entree. I’m sure waiters hate us.”

— Elizabeth Banks