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Jodie Foster is an American actress and filmmaker. She is the recipient of numerous accolades, including two Academy Awards, three BAFTA Awards, and three Golden Globe Awards.

She has also earned numerous honors such as the Cecil B. DeMille Award in 2013 and the Honorary Palme d’Or in 2021.

As of March 2024, Jodie Foster’s net worth is approximately $100 Million.

Jodie Foster Net Worth
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Early life and education

Alicia Christian Foster was born on November 19, 1962, in Los Angeles, the youngest child of Evelyn Ella “Brandy” and Lucius Fisher Foster III, a wealthy businessman.

She is of German descent, with some Scots-Irish/Northern Irish heritage. On her father’s side, she is descended from John Alden, who arrived in North America on the Mayflower in 1620.

Her parents’ marriage ended before she was born, and she never established a relationship with her father. She has three older full siblings: Lucinda, Constance, and Lucius, nicknamed “Buddy”, as well as three half-brothers from her father’s earlier marriage.

Following the divorce, Brandy raised the children with her female partner in Los Angeles. She worked as a publicist for film producer Arthur P. Jacobs until focusing on managing the acting careers of Buddy and Jodie.

Although Foster was officially named Alicia, her siblings began calling her “Jodie”, and the name stuck. Foster was a gifted child who learned to read at age three.

For her education, Foster went to the French-language preparatory school Lycée Français de Los Angeles, from which she graduated as valedictorian in 1980. Subsequently, she enrolled at Yale University with a major in African-American literature; she graduated magna cum laude in 1985.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Jodie Foster has a net worth of $100 million.

Jodie Foster
Jodie Foster Net Worth


Jodie Foster began her professional career as a very young child in television, appearing first in commercials. After repeated performances in such TV shows as Gunsmoke, The Courtship of Eddie’s Father, and My Three Sons, she starred in her own short-lived series, Paper Moon (1974), based on the 1973 film of the same name. She also appeared in a number of Disney films, beginning with Napoleon and Samantha (1972).

Director Martin Scorsese cast Foster in a bit part in Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (1974) before giving her the role of Iris, the 12-year-old prostitute who becomes the object of the title character’s obsession in Taxi Driver (1976); her precocious and complex performance earned her critical acclaim and an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actress.

In The Accused (1988) she gave a remarkable performance as Sarah Tobias, a rape victim who struggles with inequities in the justice system. In The Silence of the Lambs (1991) she tracks a serial killer as FBI agent Clarice Starling. Both performances won her Academy Awards for best actress.

In the 1990s Foster branched into other areas of filmmaking. She made her big screen directorial debut with the drama Little Man Tate (1991), in which she also costarred, and she later directed the ensemble film Home for the Holidays (1995). She also served as a producer for several of her films, including Nell (1994), for which she received another Oscar nomination for best actress.

In 1997 Foster starred in Contact, an adaptation of the science-fiction novel of the same name by Carl Sagan. Subsequent films in which she acted included the thrillers Panic Room (2002), Inside Man (2006), and The Brave One (2007); the satirical comedy Carnage (2011); and the dystopian drama Elysium (2013).

In 2011 Foster directed and appeared in The Beaver, a drama about a depressed man (played by Mel Gibson) who finds a remedy of sorts in a hand puppet. She also helmed the Wall Street thriller Money Monster (2016), about a financial pundit (George Clooney) who is taken hostage. Foster directed episodes of a number of television series as well, including Tales from the Darkside, Orange Is the New Black, and House of Cards.

She later starred in Hotel Artemis (2018), playing a nurse who runs a clandestine emergency room for criminals, and in The Mauritanian (2021), which was based on the memoir of a man held at the Guantánamo Bay detention camp for 14 years. The latter film earned her a Golden Globe Award for best supporting actress.

In 2023 she had a supporting role in Nyad, a film about real-life marathon swimmer Diana Nyad (Annette Bening); Foster played Nyad’s former partner Bonnie Stoll and was nominated for an Oscar for supporting actress.

The following year she starred in True Detective: Night Country, the fourth season of the gritty television series. Foster received strong praise for her role as a police chief in Alaska investigating the disappearance of several scientists from a research station.

Foster received the Cecil B. DeMille Award (a Golden Globe for lifetime achievement) in 2013.

Jodie Foster Net Worth

As of March 2024, Jodie Foster’s net worth is $100 Million.

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