What is Emma Watson Net Worth and Salary?
Emma Watson is a British actress, model and activist who has a net worth of $85 million. She rose to fame at a young age from her role as Hermione Granger in the eight popular fantasy films based on the novels Harry Potter by JK Rowling. Since then, she has appeared in dozens of popular films. Apart from acting salaries, Emma has earned tens of millions of dollars from endorsements with companies such as Calvin Klein, Lancome, Dolce & Gabbanna and Burberry.
- He earned a salary of $70 million from the “Harry Potter” franchise.
- He earned $15 million for “Beauty and the Beast”
- She ranked as the sixth highest paid actress in the world
- Earn $5-10 million per year from endorsements
- He earned $15-20 million a year at the height of “Harry Potter”
Emma Watson was born Emma Charlotte Duere Watson on April 15, 1990 in Paris. She has four siblings. After her parents’ divorce when she was five, Watson moved from France to England – where both parents are originally from – with her mother, Jacqueline Luesby. She spent her weekends with her father, Chris Watson, at his home in London.
Watson realized she wanted to be an actress when she was six years old. Her parents enrolled her at the Oxford branch of Stagecoach Theater Arts, where she received training in the fine art of acting.
She was just nine years old when she got her first major acting assignment, playing the character Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter films. Before being cast in the Harry Potter films, Watson had never set foot on a film set and had only performed in a handful of stage plays.
At the height of her Harry Potter career, Watson earned $15-20 million a year in acting salary alone. Her performances in the films, acting alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint, brought Watson or plenty of recognition and awards.
By the summer of 2007, Watson’s work on the hit series was estimated to have earned her over $13 million, at which point she admitted that she was financially established and would not have to work to earn her new living.
She was ranked sixth on Forbes list with “Most Valuable Young Stars” in 2009, and the following year, she was recognized as the highest-paid female star in Hollywood, after earning a total of 24.8. million dollars in 2009.
Harry Potter salary
Emma earned $4 million for 2007’s “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.” She then earned $30 million for Deathly Hallows Parts 1 and 2 combined. After adjusting for inflation, Emma earned at least $70 million from Harry Potter base salaries alone.
Since the release of the last Harry Potter film in 2011, she has gone on to star in a number of films including My Week with Marilyn (2011), the perks of being a wallflower (2012), The Bling Ring (2013). , This Is the End (2013), Noah (2014), the colony (2015), Regression (2015), Beauty and the beast (2017), The Circle (2017) and Little Women (2019).
She earned an estimated $15 million for her work in Beauty and the Beast, with performance bonuses. Her base salary for the film was $3 million.
Watson has won several awards, including a Young Artist Award in 2002; People’s Choice Awards in 2012 and 2013; British Artist of the Year by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in 2014; and Teen Choice Awards in 2011 and 2017. She was also recognized as Woman of the Year by British GQ in October 2013.
Her nominations include Critic’s Choice Awards in 2005 (for Best Young Actress), 2006 (for Best Young Actress), and 2020 (for Best Young Actress); MTV Movie Awards in 2006 (for Best On-Screen Team), 2011 (for Best Female Performance, Best Kiss and Best Fight) and 2013 (for Best Female Performance, Best Kiss and best musical moment); and Saturn Awards in 2002 (Best Young Actor), 2012 (Best Supporting Actress), and 2018 (Best Actress).
When Watson isn’t playing, she’s a highly sought-after model. Her first modeling career began in 2005 with a photo shoot for Teen Vogue . She was the youngest person ever to appear on the cover of the now-defunct teen magazine.
Since then, she has modeled for two of British fashion house Burberry’s campaigns (in August/Winter 2009 and Spring/Summer 2010) and reportedly received a six-figure fee for the August/Winter 2009 campaign. She was also chosen as face of the French perfume and cosmetics brand Lancome in 2011.
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From 2011 to 2014, Watson made the decision to split her time between acting and continuing her education. She studied at Brown University and Worcester College, Oxford, and eventually graduated from Brown in May 2014 with a BA in English Literature.
Waston was certified to teach yoga and meditation in 2013. As part of the certification process, she took a week-long meditation course at a facility in Canada where residents are not allowed to speak.
While working on the film Noah of 2014, Watson was asked about faith and stated that she is a spiritual universalist.
Watson is a passionate advocate for women’s rights. In the summer of 2014, Watson was named a UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, and later that year, she gave a speech at UN headquarters in New York City launching the UN Women HeForShe campaign. (The initiative calls for men to advocate for gender equality.) As ambassador, she also visited Uruguay in 2014 to give a speech on the need for women’s political participation.
Watson was also named a 2014 Miss Feminist Celebrity Foundation and gave a speech on gender equality at the World Economic Forum’s annual winter meeting in January 2015.
In 2015, just one day after her 25th birthday, Watson appeared at number 26 on the TIME 100 list of the world’s most influential people. Watson founded the Goodreads feminist book club Our Shared Shelf in 2016. In 2019, Watson helped launch a legal advice line with Rights of Women for people who have experienced sexual harassment in the workplace.
And at press time, Watson is single. In 2019, she described herself as coining the phrase “self-partnered”.
In a 2017 interview for Vanity Fair , Watson revealed that due to privacy concerns, she Skyped with a real estate agent without first seeing a house with a paparazzi-proof entrance. (She had had many situations with stalkers over the years.)