Frances McDormand Net Worth

How much is Frances McDormand worth?

Net Worth:$100 Million
Date of Birth:June 23, 1957 (66 years old)
Height:1.65 m, 5 ft 4 in
Profession:Actor, Singer, Voice Actor
Frances McDormand Net Worth:
$100 Million

Frances McDormand is an American film and stage actress who has a net worth of $100 million. This is a combined net worth with her husband of nearly four decades, director Joel Coen.

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Actor Frances McDormand has a networth that has to be considered very impressive.


At the beginning of her acting career, McDormand focused on the world of theatre. Her early roles were in plays like “In a Fine Castle.” She then appeared in “Blood Simple,” the first film made by the Coen Brothers. At this point, she had married Joel. She then went on to appear in “Raising Arizona” and furthered her career with roles in TV shows like “Hill Street Blues” and “The Twilight Zone.” During this period, she continued to appear in a number of high-profile Broadway plays such as “A Streetcar Named Desire.”

Inspirational Quotes by Frances McDormand

I was completely naive about the business of being an actor. My family didn't go to the theater or to the movies. We watched television like every 1960s small-town American family, and I certainly never thought about being on TV. I thought I was going to be a classical actor in the grand tradition.

Frances McDormand

We appreciate quiet living. It's not exactly a Hollywood way of life - I couldn't stand living out in Hollywood because you can never escape from the business. All people ever do is talk about movies. At least in New York you can have some other life.

Frances McDormand

I'm a character actress, plain and simple... Who can worry about a career? Have a life. Movie stars have careers - actors work, and then they don't work, and then they work again.

Frances McDormand

At least three times a week, I'm approached by someone who says something about 'Fargo.'

Frances McDormand

I have friends who are movie stars, and I think it's just as hard a job as being a working actor. But it's a different job, and it's not the one I want.

Frances McDormand