Deborra-Lee Furness Net Worth: Know her earnings, movies,tv shows,age,wedding, husband

Deborra-Lee Furness Net Worth: Know her earnings, movies,tv shows,age,wedding, husband

Facts of Deborra-Lee Furness Net Worth: Know her earnings, movies,tv shows,age,wedding, husband

Net worth$10 million
Date of Birth:1955 November 30
First NameDeborra-Lee
Last NameFurness
NationalityAustralian
Age:63 years old
Birth Nation: Australia

An Australian actress, Deborra-Lee Furness has the net worth estimated to be around $10 million. She is also a film producer.

Deborra-Lee Furness

Deborra-Lee's Net Worth: $10 million

More than four decades in the film industry has helped Deborra-Lee Furness to live a lavish life by enjoying the fortune of $10 million. Surely, her main source of income is film and television.

However, she has not been open about her salary and earnings details but she was named the New South Wales Australian of the Year for her work in adoption campaigning in 2014.

Deborra house in Sydney

Deborra and Hugh Jackman's Sydney Penthouse valued around $6 million.

Moreover, she has received SIFF Award for the Best Actress in Seattle International Film Festival in 1988. The same year, she won Film Critics Circle of Australia Award for Best Actress.

Adding to her accolades, Deborra-Lee received Silver Shell for the Best Actress in San Sebastian International Fim Festival in 1991.

Know about Deborra-Lee's Career Highlights:

Deborra-Lee's first screen role came in 1975 with an episode of Division 4. Then, in 1979, she appeared in some episodes of the series, Prisoner.

Deborra in the film, Shame

Deborra-Lee debuted with the film, Crossover Dreams in 1985, however, she rose to fame when she starred in the film, Shame in 1988. The same year, she appeared in the film, Two Brothers Running and also in Celia.

Her other notable works include alongside Ben Elton and Jacqueline McKenzie in the mini-series, Stark in 1993. She and Jacqueline McKenzie appeared in the film, Angel Baby in 1995.

Deborra in Film Scenes

Deborra-Lee has appeared in countable number films that include The Real Macaw(1998), Jindabyne(2006), Sleepwalking(2008), Beautiful(2009), Blessed(2009), Legend of the Guardians: The Owl of Ga'Hoole(2010), and Dukale's Dream(2014).

Also, her work in television includes The Flying Doctors(1985), Glass Babies(1985), Correlli(1995), Fire(1995-96), SeaChange(2000), This Is Your Life(2010), Hyde and seek(2016), and many others.

Where and when was Deborra-Lee Furness born? Know about her education also:

Born on November 30, 1955, in Perth, Western Australia, Deborra-Lee Furness was born to Fay Duncan. Fay Duncan was the wife of Graham Duncan.

Young Deborra

Deborra-Lee grew up in Melbourne and graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, New York in 1981 or 1982.

Deborra-Lee's Adoption Campaign:

Furness is known for her work in adoption especially in Australia and also internationally. She is a patron and one of the creators of National Adoption Awareness Week in Australia.

Deborra's Adoption Campaign

To add, she is a patron of International Adoption Families for Queensland and also the Lighthouse Foundation for displaced children. She addressed the National Press Club of Australia on the subject of adoption laws in her native, Australia.

She is also an ambassador of World Vision and also works as a servant of the Advisory Committee for Film Aid International working with refugees around the world.

To Whom did Deborra-Lee Marry? Let's know:

Furness is married to popular Australian actor, Hugh Jackman. The couple married in 1996.

Furness and Jackman

Furness and Jackman have two adopted children, a son, and a daughter. They adopted children when Furness suffered from two miscarriages.

How often does Furness use social media? Let's check her accounts:

Deborra-Lee Furness rarely use social media. And she is seen active on Twitter mostly.

Deborra-Lee Furness

Her Twitter account shows a total of 45.5K followers and she has tweeted only 632 times till the date.


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