Rachel Griffiths Net Worth and Let's know her income source, career, property, dating history

Rachel Griffiths Net Worth and Let's know her income source, career, property, dating history

Facts of Rachel Griffiths Net Worth and Let's know her income source, career, property, dating history

Net worth$6 million
Date of Birth:1968 December 18
First NameRachel
Last NameGriffiths
NationalityAustralia
Age:50 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 10 Inch

Rachel Griffiths is an Australian actress and a director who started her career with her first role in the movie "Muriel's Wedding" in 1994. She has collected a net worth of $6 million throughout her career. In 1998, Rachel Griffiths was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. 

Know details regarding Rachel Griffiths's sources of earnings and total net worth

It is estimated that the actor and director has an annual income of $2.2 million.

She has glorified the screens in many movies in her journey of acting. Some of her popular movies are "Muriel's Wedding", "Così", "Jude", "Children of the Revolution", "My Son the Fanatic", "My Best Friend's Wedding", and many more.

One of her popular movie "Step Up", whose total budget of $12 million was released on August 11, 2006, grossed $112 million, as per the box office record.

Similarly, her performances in many movies like "Among Giants", "Hilary and Jackie", "Amy", "Very Annie Mary", and "Blow", grossed £2,479,000, $4,912,892, A$599,724, $46,352, and $83.3 million respectively.

She made her appearances many TV series such as "Secrets", "Jimeoin", "Police Rescue", "Six Feet Under", "Kath & Kim", "Angel Rodriguez", "Brothers and Sisters", "Comanche Moon", "Rake", "Paper Giants: Magazine Wars", "House Husbands", and many more.

she directed two television series  "House Husbands", and "Indian Summers".

Know About The Property of Rachel Griffiths

Rachel Griffiths house at Palm Beach, Australia,  worth $2.5 million.

Let's Know The Early Life And Career of Rachel Griffiths

Born to parents Anna (née Hamilton) and Edward Martin Griffiths on December 18, 1968, in Australia, Rachel Griffiths moved to Melbourne, when she was 5 years old.

She attended at Star of the Sea College and graduated. She joined to Bachelor of Education degree in drama and dance at Victoria College, Rusden.

She first started to work in the Woolly Jumpers and she got debut chance performance in Barbie Gets Up in 1991 at Melbourne Fringe Festival.

Rachel started her career at a Geelong-based community theatre group.

She started her career in the movie "Muriel's Wedding" in 1994 when she played Rhonda Epinstall.

She played in the HBO series "Six Feet Under" when she rolled Brenda Chenowith and on the ABC drama series "Brother and Sister", with a character as Sarah Walker.

Griffiths won Acadamy Award nomination for the best-supporting-actress, she was as the role of Hilary and Jackie. She also won the Emmy nomination.

She was the nominated for Emmy and Golden Globe awards in the year 2007, 2008, and 2009.

She got a chance to debut in Broadway theatre in the drama Other Desert Cities in 2001.

In 2015, she made her debut in the television series the Australian teen drama Nowhere Boys. She also appeared in movies like " Burning Man", 'Step Up", "Angel", "The Hard Word", "The Feds" and many more.

Know about Rachel Griffiths's dating history

She got married to Andrew Taylor on 31 December 2002, since then they have been in a perfect married life without any signs of separation. As a happy couple, they share three children-Banjo, Patrick and Adelaide Rose.

Back in 1999, she dated Eric Stoltz. But the relationship did not last longer than a year.

She also was in a romantic relationship with Jeremy Sisto in 2003, that doesn't last long.

Social Media profile of Rachel Griffiths

Rachel Griffiths is not active on any of the social media sites as no any verified account of her can be found on the web. Rachel is of protective nature and wants to keep things personal, far from the spotlight.


Director6 million Australian actressDecember 18, 1968