Jennifer Beals Net Worth

How much is Jennifer Beals worth?

Net Worth:$8 Million
Date of Birth:December 19, 1963 (60 years old)
Gender:Female
Height:1.73 m, 5 ft 8 in
Profession:Actor, Model, Photographer, Triathlete
Nationality:American
Jennifer Beals Net Worth:
$8 Million

Jennifer was born December 19, 1963 in Chicago, Illinois. He ancestry is half Irish and half African. She holds Bachelor’s Degree in American literature from Yale University. Yes, she’s not only beautiful but also incredibly smart. She was married to Alexandre Rockwell but they divorced in 1996. Beals currently lives with her second husband Ken Dixon. Great recognition received also her role of Bette Porter on The L Word.

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Career

Beals made her feature film debut in 1980 with a minor role in “My Bodyguard.” She had her breakthrough role three years later, when she starred as aspiring professional dancer Alex Owens in “Flashdance.” The film was a smash hit, becoming the third highest grossing of the year in the United States. For her performance, Beals earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical. Following this, she starred opposite Sting in the 1985 horror film “The Bride,” loosely based on the 1935 classic “Bride of Frankenstein.” Beals was next in the Italian comedy “The Gamble” and the boxing drama “Split Decisions.” She closed out the 80s playing a vampire opposite Nicolas Cage in “Vampire’s Kiss.” In the early-to-mid 90s, Beals appeared in “Dr. M,” “In the Soup,” “Day of Atonement,” “Caro diario,” “Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle,” and “The Search for One-eye Jimmy.” In 1995, she starred opposite Denzel Washington in the neo-noir crime film “Devil in a Blue Dress,” and also starred opposite Campbell Scott in the musical film “Let it Be Me.” Beals’ other notable credits in the 90s include “Four Rooms,” “Wishful Thinking,” “The Last Days of Disco,” and “Something More.”

Personal Life

While she was a student at Yale, Beals was in a relationship with Robert Simonds, who later became a successful film producer and studio executive. In 1986, she wed her first husband, filmmaker Alexandre Rockwell. The pair eventually divorced a decade later. Subsequently, in 1998, Beals married Canadian entrepreneur Ken Dixon. Together, they have a daughter, as well as two children from Dixon’s previous marriage.

Inspirational Quotes by Jennifer Beals

You automatically are trusting because not only is the person a friend, they are so incredibly gifted that you know someone is going to be able to hit the ball back to you across the net.

Jennifer Beals

I'm just talking specifically of women's friendships. If two women go to a bar and they are fighting over men, it makes it much easier for the men. If two women are very close and they act as it makes it very difficult for the men to pull one over on anybody.

Jennifer Beals

I said, wouldn't it be nice, instead of having these women fight with each other over men, which seems to be more of a cliche, wouldn't it be wonderful if they were the true comrades and it took these men much more time to infiltrate their friendships.

Jennifer Beals

You can make yourself feel better about yourself if you project your shadow side, if you project your own potential for evil onto someone else. By annihilating them and, therefore, your shadow, you bring yourself into some state of purity or reformation.

Jennifer Beals

When you have to play a character that seems to be a relatively decent person and seems to be like yourself, I think the trick in that kind of character, so that you don't become a cliche, is to find where their weaknesses are.

Jennifer Beals