Elisabeth Shue Net Worth
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Elisabeth Shue net worth: Elisabeth Shue is an American actress who has a net worth of $12.5 million. Elisabeth Shue earned her net worth by playing parts in movies like The Karate Kid, Back to the Future Parts II and III and Leaving Las Vegas. This Delaware-native has spent much of her life trying to do the impossible. She played on all boys’ sports teams while growing up then enrolled at Harvard University while simultaneously trying to jump start an acting career. As an actress, Elisabeth transformed herself from fresh-scrubbed teen stardom into one of a full-fledged critically acclaimed performer. Shue first grabbed audiences’ attention playing lovable goody-goodies in movies like The Karate Kid (1984), Adventures in Babysitting (1987) and Back to the Future 2 (1989) – all of which secured her roles in girl-next-door flicks for years. But Shue’s most impressive feat was when she played a prostitute who falls in love with a depressed alcoholic in the 1995 drama Leaving Las Vegas. Putting on the performance of her life, Shue turned into a true onscreen chameleon who would never fade or go out of style. Since February 2012, she has portrayed Julie Finlay in the CBS drama series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. As for her offscreen life, Shue is married to film director Davis Guggenheim and they have three children together.
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Inspirational Quotes by Elisabeth Shue
I spent my whole life trying to play the games males play.Elisabeth Shue
Robert Kennedy was such an inspiring figure. His interest in politics seemed to come not from a desire for power, but from a need to help our society live up to its ideals.Elisabeth Shue
I may look like the girl next door, but you wouldn't want to live next door to me.Elisabeth Shue
After Leaving Las Vegas I did assume that things would get a lot easier than they've been. But it's just been a mirror of the way my career's been from the beginning, so for it to have changed would have been strange. My career has never been perfect.Elisabeth Shue
Almost six years ago, before I was given the incredible opportunity to be in 'Leaving Las Vegas,' I was going through a long period of artistic confusion. I'd spent years doing work that hadn't pushed me enough, and I was beginning to wonder if I had any talent.Elisabeth Shue