It’s been declared the total size of Julia Stiles net worth is 16 million dollars. Julia Stiles has acquired her recognition and financial status through her profession as an actress. Afterwards, Julia began to get more mature characters in films like “The Omen”, “Mona Lisa Smile” and “The Business of Strangers”. These films also have raised the overall amount of Julia Stiles net worth. Julia Stiles can also be understood from pictures of Bourne, where she was impersonating the character of Nicky Parsons in the interval of 2002-2007.
Julia Stiles Net Worth $16 Million Dollars
The latest appearances of the performer are recognized to take the productions “Silver Linings Playbook” and “Blue”. Julia Stiles was born in 1981 in Nyc. Julia was born in a family of three children and she’s the oldest child in your family. JuliaStiles dad is a businessman, whereas her mother is regarded as a potter. When Julia was 11 years old, Julia Stiles got interested into playing and appeared mostly in theater productions at that time.
In 1999, herself became even more popular when she was selected for a part in the already mentioned movie “10 Things I Hate About You”. For herself’s part in this film, she was given with the MTV Movie Award. Consequently, herself’s profession into film additionally developed her recognition and awards.
In this film, Julia appeared with such famous movie stars as Jude Law. These appearances also have raised the absolute size of Julia Stiles net worth. In the film called “Wicked”, Julia was selected for the leading part, a girl who killed her mom with the intent to have her father all to herself.
March 28, 1981
New York City, New York, United States
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Actor, Television Director, Screenwriter
Friends Seminary, Professional Children's School, Columbia University
United States of America
Judith Newcomb Stiles, John O'Hara
MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress, MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance - Female, National Board of Review Award for Best Cast, Florida Film Critics Circle Award for Best Cast, Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Cast, Teen Choice Award for Film - Choice Fight Scene, Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Most Promising Actress
MTV Movie Award for Best Female Performance, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series, Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Ensemble Performance, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Breakout Star, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Chemistry, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress: Drama, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Scream Scene, Teen Choice Award for Film - Sexiest Love Scene, Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Drama
Jason Bourne, 10 Things I Hate About You, The Bourne Ultimatum, Save the Last Dance, The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, The Prince and Me, Silver Linings Playbook, Mona Lisa Smile, Blackway, Down to You, A Guy Thing, It's a Disaster, The Business of Strangers, The Omen, Hamlet, State and Main, Between Us, Out of the Dark, The Devil's Own, Closed Circuit, The Makeover, Misconduct, A Little Trip to Heaven, Carolina, O, I Love You, I Love You Not, The Cry of the Owl, Wide Awake, The Great Gilly Hopkins, Gospel Hill, Before Women Had Wings, Wicked, The '60s, Edmond, Sexting, Passage, Cyndi Lauper: 12 Deadly Cyns... and Then Some, Raving, The Drowning, The Bell Jar, Seconds of Pleasure
In 10 Things I Hate About You (1999) her character, Kat Stratford, was reading the book "The Bell Jar" in a scene. Stiles was attached to the lead role in the movie version of the novel for some years.
Considered for the role of Susan Storm/Invisible Girl in Fantastic Four (2005).
After a 39-minute rain delay and dressed with a Mets cap, Julia Stiles threw out the opening pitch at Shea Stadium during the Memorial Day game of the New York Mets vs. Arizona Diamondbacks on May 29, 2006.
Is a die-hard New York Mets fan.
She has Irish, English, and German ancestry. Her parents are John O'Hara and Judith Stiles.
[on a scene that stands out most when looking back on her time on Dexter (2006)] In the kill room, when she first gets to put the knife in. That was really special. There was also a nice moment of collaboration where the set designers had put up pictures of all the other victims on the wall, and I remember saying to the director that I felt like it was important that Lumen acknowledge the other girls and say that it was for them, too. We did a separate shot of that, and it ended up in the final edit, which I was really pleased about. It's a great example of how collaborative the show is and what a nice environment it is to work in.
[on the most challenging aspect of playing Lumen in Dexter (2006)] - I never think of myself as an actor who takes work home with them, but I was surprised, especially toward the end of the season -- around episode 10 -- when some of the details of what Lumen had experienced became really harrowing, and I started to realize that it was affecting me outside of work. One scene in particular, in episode 10, when the detectives have found DVDs showing what has happened to the victims -- it was really dark. It made it more difficult for me to sleep.
I think audiences, producers and directors included, develop crushes on actors (actresses in particular) and then lose interest and move on to the next one. [...] There are a handful of actors who sustain interest because it's exciting to watch them get better at what they do. I want to be one of those actors.
I was gonna throw the first pitch at a Mets game, but there was a rain delay. So I'm waiting for it to stop, and the team's manager, Willie Randolph, comes by. Now he's already intimidating to begin with. But he comes over to me and says, 'If you screw this up, they will boo you.' And I said 'Thanks.'
I am a big fan of horror movies but I had never thought that I had wanted to act in one because I don't think that actors get to do much in them. They're usually just reacting.