Elisha Cuthbert Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Elisha Cuthbert is a Canadian movie and television celebrity with a net worth of $20 million dollars. Most broadly recognized in the United States for her character on the hit show, “24”, Elisha Cuthbert was already popular in Canada as the cohost of “Popular Mechanics for Kids”. She’s also appeared in such movies as “Love Actually”, “Old School”, and “The Girl Next Door”.
Elisha Cuthbert Net Worth $20 Million Dollars
Cuthbert’sAmerican blond next door looks confident helped her pursue an effective big screen profession at the same time. Despite the fact that Cuthbert has lost a number of her star wattage along with her decreased participation with “24” and starring failures such as the contentious thriller “Captivity” (2007), she resurrected her profession along with her appearance in the comedy “Happy Endings” (ABC, 2011). Having evolved from a lovely young ingenue into a more mature performer, Cuthbert has continued to seek out new challenges in both movie and television.
November 30, 1982
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
5' 2½" (1.59 m)
Actress, Director, Producer
Centennial Regional High School
Kevin Cuthbert, Patricia Cuthbert
Jonathan Cuthbert, Lee-Ann Cuthbert
MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Breakout Star Female, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Rumble, Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Cast, MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance - Female, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress: Horror/Thriller, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress: Action Adventure/Thriller, VGX Award for Best Supporting Female Performance
The Girl Next Door, House of Wax, The Quiet, Old School, Love Actually, Captivity, My Sassy Girl, He Was a Quiet Man, The Six Wives of Henry Lefay, Lucky Girl, Dancing on the Moon, Just Before I Go, Nico the Unicorn, Goon: Last of the Enforcers, Mail to the Chief, Who Gets the House?, Airspeed, Dark Star Hollow, Guns, Popular Mechanics for Kids: Lightning and Other Forces of Nature, Cat Tale
Happy Endings, 24, Popular Mechanics for Kids, Are You Afraid of the Dark?, The Ranch, HypaSpace, Movie Life: House of Wax, Ny-Lon (US)
Ranked #25 on Maxim magazine's Hot 100 Women of 2007 list.
Named #54 in FHM magazine's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2006" supplement.
Parents are Kevin and Patricia Cuthbert
She has a younger brother, Jonathan, and a younger sister, Lee-Ann
She's a huge hockey fan and has season tickets to the Kings. She also writes a blog for NHL.com called "Hollywood Hockey Thoughts".
Both her mother and her brother play on hockey teams in Canada.
Loves to visit the beach, but is unable to suntan because of her fair skin.
Received Paris Hilton's autobiography and Paris Hilton's perfume by her House of Wax (2005) co-star Paris Hilton for Elisha's 22nd birthday.
She left Canada at age 17 to move to Los Angeles, California to pursue an acting career. Had a deadline of six weeks. By the end of the fifth week, she was given the role of Kimberley Bauer on Fox's 24 (2001).
Ranked #5 in the 2005 FHM list of "100 Sexiest Women in the World".
Ranked #57 in Stuff magazine's "102 Sexiest Women in the World" (2002).
Dislikes flying so much that she has certain rituals she must do: like always board the plane with her right foot first (From an April 2004 appearance on Late Night with Conan O'Brien (1993).).
Speaks French as a result of growing up in Montreal.
Is a former foot model.
Was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada but later moved and grew up in the Greenfield Park district, in Longueuil (south shore of Montreal), Quebec, Canada.
While trotting the globe as a correspondent for the award-winning series Popular Mechanics for Kids (1997), she caught the eye of First Lady Hillary Clinton and was invited to Washington for a meeting with her.
Off set, I'm always dancing and acting like an idiot. I'm kind of goofy and do stupid things. Am I comic genius? I don't know. But I can be funny.
[on the difference between playing comedy and drama] In drama, you coast along your own plotline and know where your character is going.
I'm not knocking 24 (2001), but after playing a character like Kim, you can't help wanting to do something completely different. The criticism didn't hurt me. I wasn't writing the storylines, I was just doing the best job I could.
[on 24 (2001)] From the beginning, you could tell that it was something really different and it was 10 years of my life. I went from being an 18-year-old girl to a woman.
[on Kiefer Sutherland] He taught me not to read anything in the media or on the Internet. He's definitely a long-time mentor to me.
I'm a huge fan of video games and comic books. I'm not die-hard or anything, but I definitely appreciate the art in it, which is really cool.
I'm very mellow. I think if I hadn't become an actress, I would've lived the simple life. You know, get married and sit on my porch.
At the time, Sex and the City (1998) was in its prime and I remember thinking, "God, those girl are so lucky! They got to wear all these different outfits and I'm stuck in the same thing for ten months.".
With friends and family in Montreal, it's always in the back of my mind. I like going back. I miss the nightlife. It's such a great city. I've been a lot of places in the world, and I'm sure I'm biased because I grew up there, but I love it.
[on her performance in the Weezer's video] I remember just sort of thinking I'm not going to get to do this too, too often, so I just went crazy and threw alcohol around. I was acting ridiculous and screaming at everybody and throwing a fit.
[when asked about moving from Montreal to Los Angeles at age 17] I just went with my gut feeling and thought that if I care this much about what I'm doing, then maybe there are opportunities elsewhere and I'd be stupid not to give it a try.
I definitely believe in fate. And I believe what you put in is what you get in return. That's the way it's worked for me. As for the big picture - there's some sort of plan.
[on The Girl Next Door (2004)] I don't ever want to be doing the same sort of thing, I never want to be typecast, because I have way too much to give to be sort of, to always be the hot chick in the movie.
I was lucky," (in Los Angeles) "I found what I wanted to do when I was 11.
I believe not giving up on doing things.
I feel like I'm one of the Simpsons. (She will have to stick with the same wardrobe all season on the Fox series 24 (2001).