Jessica Lange Net Worth

Jessica Lange’s Net Worth and Story

Jessica Lange Net Worth:
$20 Million

Jessica Lange Net Worth

Jessica Lange – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $20 Million
Date of birth: April 20, 1949 (75 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Actor, Model, Photographer, Television Producer
Nationality: American

Jessica was born April 20, 1949 in a small town of Cloquet, Minnesota. She studied art and photography at the University of Minnesota thanks to receiving a scholarship. However, she dropped out of college and with her new boyfriend, Spanish photographer Paco Grande traveled across US in a minivan. After this bohemian phase, she pursued career in modeling and eventually was scouted by producer Dino De Laurentiis who was searching for a female lead for his King Kong.


Television Career: In 1992, eight years after making a splash on television in “Cat on a Hit Tin Roof,” Lange starred in a television adaptation of Willa Cather’s “O Pioneers!,” for which she received a Golden Globe nomination. In 1995, reprising her stage role of Blanche DuBois in a television production of “A Streetcar Named Desire,” Lange won the Golden Globe and received her first Emmy Award nomination. More nominations came her way in the 2000s for the HBO films “Normal” and “Grey Gardens.” The latter, based on the eponymous 1975 documentary, earned Lange her first Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie.

Jessica Lange Wealth
Jessica Lange is looking supreme as ever, and her net worth isn’t too bad either.


“Acceptance and tolerance and forgiveness, those are life-altering lessons.”

— Jessica Lange

“The only place I’ve felt was really my home is my cabin up north. There’s something in the water there that connects me to that place. There’s also this sense of isolation and loneliness about it that I’ve never been able to shake.”

— Jessica Lange

“At a certain age, death becomes familiar to you-or a loss becomes familiar-the tragedies that are more commonplace in life.”

— Jessica Lange

“If I didn’t have children I’d be a much better actress. I wouldn’t be so distracted. I could pour 100 percent of my energies into it, to promote the investigation which acting is.”

— Jessica Lange

“Once I started on ‘Frances’ I discovered it was literally a bottomless well. It devastated me to maintain that for eighteen weeks, to be immersed in this state of rage for twelve to eighteen hours a day. It spilled all over, into other areas of my life.”

— Jessica Lange



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