How rich is Rebecca De Mornay?

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How rich is Rebecca Jane Pearch?

Rebecca Jane Pearch Net Worth:
$9 Million

Birth date: August 29, 1959
Birth place: Santa Rosa, California, U.S.
Height:5' 5½" (1.66 m)
Profession: Actress, Soundtrack, Producer
Education: Summerhill School, Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute
Nationality: American
Partner: Patrick O'Neal
Spouse: Bruce Wagner (m. 1986–1990)
Children: Veronica De Mornay-O'Neal, Sophia De Mornay-O'Neal
Parents: Richard De Mornay, Wally George, Jane Eager
Siblings: Holly Janise George, Peter De Mornay, Kimberley Jennifer, Debtralynne Salas, Jonathan De Mornay
Awards: MTV Movie Award for Best Villain
Nominations: MTV Movie Award for Best Female Performance
Movies: Risky Business, The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, Runaway Train, And God Created Woman, Never Talk to Strangers, Flipped, Guilty as Sin, Backdraft, I Am Wrath, The Right Temptation, Lords of Dogtown, Apartment 1303 3D, Wedding Crashers, The Trip to Bountiful, One from the Heart, Raise Your Voice, Identity, Music Within, The Slugger's Wife, Feds, Wicked Ways, Blind Side, The Three Musketeers, American Venus, Mother's Day, The Shining, By Dawn's Early Light, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, A Girl Thing, The Con, Testament, Range of Motion, Thick as Thieves, Dealers, Getting Out, The Winner, Beauty and the Beast, Salem Witch Trials, The Conversion, A Fonder Heart, Imagine a School... Summerhill, Downers Grove, Celebrity Skin Part 1, Collar
TV shows: John from Cincinnati

Rebecca Jane Pearch Net Worth:

Rebecca De Mornay Net Worth $9 Million

Rebecca De Mornay is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $9 million. Her breakthrough movie role came in 1983 when she played Lana in Risky Business, opposite Tom Cruise. Her other famous film roles include Sara in Runaway Train (1985), Thelma in The Trip to Bountiful (1985), Helen McCaffrey in the thriller Backdraft (1991) and her portrayal of the creepy, depraved nanny Peyton Flanders in the popular 1992 thriller The Hand That Rocks the Cradle. Chiefly raised in England and Austria, she graduated with honours from a German-speaking school in the Alps and stays fluent in both French and German. De Mornay began her acting training at the prestigious Lee Strasberg’s Institute in la. She then apprenticed with Francis Ford Coppola’s Zoetrope Film Studio before landing her big break in 1983 as the sassy and classy ‘call girl’ in the box office hit Risky Business. She was further catapulted to international stardom in The Hand that Rocks the Cradle. Rebecca De Mornay’s career was marked with several successful films, due to her parts in actor/director Ron Howard’s Backdraft, in addition to the remake of Roger Vadim’s provocative And God Created Woman. She was also acclaimed for her starring role as a defense lawyer in Sidney Lumet’s homicide drama Guilty as Sin. She also made her mark on television, landing characters in The Outer Limits, the miniseries The Shining and several episodes of ER. Other credits include Never Talk to Strangers, Thick as Thieves, The Con, Night Ride Home and A Table for One.

In 2000, De Mornay was cast in The Right Temptation and Range of Motion, followed by parts in several television movies like A Girl Thing, Salem Witch Trials and No Place Like Home. Following a part in Boomtown, she was cast on the show The Practice and in addition played the part of Aunt Nina on Raise Your Voice. Her next role was in Law & Order: SVU, and later in the HBO drama John from Cincinnati as Cissy Yost. She was also cast as Celia Lane in American Venus. As a call-girl in the film “Risky Business” and additionally for her several other roles. She has performed in a number of other films also, for example “Runaway Train”, “The Hand That Rocks the Cradle” and “Backdraft” — Rebecca’s performances have been widely valued in these films. Even the television adaption of “The Shining” by Stephen Kingin 1997 made her very popular in the industry. Her film debut was in the year 1982. Mornay played a modest role in the film “One from the Heart” by Francis Ford Coppola. Not only films, she has even featured in songs, like “Sara” by Starship’s Mickey Thomas, which reached the #1 place on Billboard Hot 100. Lately in 2012, she played a function of Finch’s mother in the movie “American Reunion”. Mornay’s performing abilities are beyond doubt commendable and she’s a genuinely a extremely popular face in the industry, which clearly warrants the wealth she owns and her growing millions.

Rebecca Jane Pearch (now referred to as Rebecca De Mornay), was created in California in 1959, but was raised in Europe, mostly in Austria and England. When she was two, her parents got divorced. She began to be understood by her step father’s surname De Mornay. She also has two daughters with Ryan.