Jessica Capshaw Net Worth

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Net Worth:$20 Million
Date of Birth:August 9, 1976 (47 years old)
Height:1.65 m, 5 ft 4 in
Profession:TV Actress
Jessica Capshaw Net Worth:
$20 Million

American actress who began playing Dr. Arizona Robbins on the television series Grey’s Anatomy in 2009.

She earned an English degree from Brown University.

She became known as Jamie Stringer on ABC’s The Practice.

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She has done a role in THE LOCUSTS drama in the year 1997. She has also worked in the independent film, DENIAL by Adam Rifkin in the year 1998. In the year 2001, she worked in the movie VALENTINE, in which she played the role of Dorothy Wheeler. In 2002, she played a minor role in the movie, MINORITY REPORT. In the year 2009, she was cast for GREY’S ANATOMY, which is a famous medical drama.

Personal Life

Her mother is actress Kate Capshaw. Steven Spielberg became her stepfather after he married her mother. She has four children, Luke, Eve, Poppy and Josephine, with her husband, Christopher Gavigan.

She acted alongside Tom Cruise in the 2002 Oscar-nominated film Minority Report.

Inspirational Quotes by Jessica Capshaw

My heart gets very tender when it comes to playing someone who has wronged someone else. I almost feel like it's easier for me to play having been wronged than it is to actually feel like you had an active part in hurting someone.

Jessica Capshaw

To be honest, makeup is a big part of what I do for a living.

Jessica Capshaw

The end of anything is not fun because there's a nostalgia to it and everything else. Even the end of a bad relationship can feel so, so, so sad.

Jessica Capshaw

I was never a rail-thin person.

Jessica Capshaw

I think you can do something bad, and it doesn't make you a bad person. We are not defined by any one choice. We are the sum of our experiences, and we can make a bad choice and turn around and do better.

Jessica Capshaw