How Rich is Melissa Benoist

Melissa Benoist’s Net Worth and Story

Melissa Benoist Net Worth:
$4 Million

How Rich is Melissa Benoist

Melissa Benoist – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $4 Million
Date of birth: October 4, 1988 (35 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Actor
Nationality: American

Melissa was born October 4, 1988 in Littleton, Colorado. She had her movie debut on film Tennessee as Laurel Michaels. She’s probably most famous as Marley Rose on TV show Glee. She also appeared on one episode of reality TV show Master Chef. In 2015, Benoist will be starring on The Longest Ride and Billy Boy. Since 203, Melissa is engaged to actor Blake Jenner, who also plays on Glee.


Melissa began her career in acting with her first release, ‘Tennessee’ in 2008. In 2010, she received several roles in TV series like ‘Law & Order,’ ‘Blue Bloods’ and ‘The Good Wife.’ This was followed by her another applaudable performance in the series ‘Homeland’.

Melissa Benoist Net Worth
Melissa Benoist is looking supreme as ever, and her net worth isn’t too bad either.

Personal Life

Mellisa got injured during a car accident that gave her a visible scar on her face above the eyebrow region. Mellisa has been fond of riding cycles since her childhood. She has also engraved a tattoo on her left foot. This tattoo has a design of a bicycle.


“It’s lucky that my life outside of work is so mellow; I’m really a homebody and a hermit, so I don’t have to worry about blowing my voice out.”

— Melissa Benoist

“I don’t think a solo album is me. I don’t consider my voice to be that kind of a voice. Not that I don’t love singing, but Broadway was my original dream. That’s what I’ve always wanted to do.”

— Melissa Benoist

“There are younger people watching CBS, but their audience isn’t 13 to 25. The CW specializes in that.”

— Melissa Benoist

“I always considered myself really non-confrontational and shy and introverted.”

— Melissa Benoist

“A part of my job, when I’m playing a character and approaching a role, is to rationalize and to not judge whatsoever.”

— Melissa Benoist