How rich is Jennifer Garner?
Jennifer Garner Net Worth:
|Birth date:||April 17, 1972|
|Birth place:||Houston, Texas, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Television producer, Film Producer, Spokesperson, Businessperson, Voice Actor, Television Director|
|Education:||Denison University, George Washington High School|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Ben Affleck (m. 2005), Scott Foley (m. 2000–2004)|
|Children:||Violet Affleck, Samuel Garner Affleck, Seraphina Rose Elizabeth Affleck|
|Parents:||William John Garner, Patricia Ann Garner|
|Siblings:||Susannah Kay Garner Carpenter, Melissa Garner Wylie|
|Awards:||Golden Globe Award, MTV Movie Award, People’s Choice Award, Screen Actors Guild Award|
|Nominations:||Golden Globe Awards, Emmy Award|
|Movies:||“In Harm’s Way”, “Deconstructing Harry”, “Washington Square”, “Mr. Magoo”, “Alias”, “Pearl Harbor”, “Daredevil”, “Electra”,|
|TV shows:||Alias, Felicity, Significant Others, Time of Your Life, Llama Llama|
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Jennifer Garner mom worked as an English teacher and her dad kept a career as a chemical engineer. Garner earned her Bachelors degree in Fine Arts at Denison University before moving to Nyc in the 1990s to start a career in performing. In 2000, Garner wed fellow actor Scott Foley after assembly in 1998 on the set of Felicity. After Garner climbed to popularity through her performing career, it led to the couples divorce in 2004. In the exact same year, garner started dating actor Ben Affleck and the two became engaged on her 33rd birthday. They went on to have two more kids, Seraphina and Samuel.
Jennifer Garner Net Worth $40 Million
In 2013, she added an additional picture to her curriculum vitae with Dallas Buyers Club. Garner started her career by appearing in theatre in Nyc and first starred in The Merchant of Venice and A Midsummer Nights Dream. It was Granaries reoccurring character in J.J. Abrams Alias that built a steady livelihood in Hollywood after five seasons on air and given her four Golden Globe awards. She initially brought in $45,000 an episode but her salary rose to $150,000 per episode. She immediately went to star in 13 Going on 30, bringing in $3 million, and the on-screen success movie, Juno. In 2006, she began her own production firm, Vandalia Films, and went to star in and make Butter in 2011. She also has appeared in over 15 television series as well as signed a contract with Neutrogena.