Mamie Gummer is an American actress who has a net worth of $10 million. Mamie Gummer has brought in her net worth from her successful acting career that started in the 1986 film Heartburn when she was only three years old. Mamie was born on August 3, 1983 her mother is actress Meryl Streep and her father Don Gummer is a sculptor. Mamie was taught at Miss Porter’s School and later graduated from Kent School that’s located in Kent, CT. Mamie graduated in theatre and communications at Northwestern University in 2005.
Mamie Gummer Net Worth $10 Million Dollars
Later that same year she made her off Broadway debut in the premiere of Noah Haidle’s Mr. Marmalade. In Mamie’s first character as an adult Gummer starred in the 2006 movie The Hoax, in 2007 she starred in the movie Evening alongside her mother.
Mamie and her ex-husband Ben Walker (m. 2011-2013) met when they were both cast in the play Les Liasions Dangereuses on Broadway in 2008. This Roundabout Theater Company production also starred actress (and Mamie's family friend) Laura Linney.
Her father is of Norwegian, English, and some French, descent. Her mother has German, Swiss-German, English, and Irish ancestry.
Separated from her husband of 20 months Benjamin Walker. [March 2013]
Married Benjamin Walker at her parents' home in Connecticut before 150 guests, wearing her maternal grandmother's wedding gown. Her guests included Claire Danes, Laura Linney and Tracey Ullman, and her two sisters Grace Gummer and Louisa Gummer were her bridesmaids.
Named after her maternal grandmother.
Granddaughter of Mary Streep.
Sister of Henry Gummer, Grace Gummer, and Louisa Gummer.
Received her second Lucille Lortel Award nomination (for Outstanding Featured Actress) for her performance in an Off-Broadway production of "Uncle Vanya" (2009).
Engaged to Benjamin Walker, having been in a relationship with him since April 2008. [October 2009]
Mamie is a 2005 graduate of Northwestern University's School of Communications.
Cast as "Cecile" in the 2008 Broadway production of Christopher Hampton's play "Les Liaisons Dangereuses". This is the play on which the movie Dangerous Liaisons (1988), starring Glenn Close, was based; Close played Gummer's mother in Evening (2007).
Her mother, Meryl Streep, was pregnant with Mamie when she accepted her Best Actress Oscar for Sophie's Choice (1982) in 1983.
Appeared as a Starbucks barista in a scene cut from The Devil Wears Prada (2006) that is included in the deleted scenes on the DVD.
Played the same character, at a younger age, as her real-life mother, Meryl Streep, in the film Evening (2007).
Won a Theatre World Award in 2006 for her performance in "Mr. Marmalade".
Nominated for the 2007 Lucille Lortel Award for Best Featured Actress for her performance in "The Water's Edge".
Niece of Harry Streep, Dana Streep, and Maeve Kinkead.
Daughter of Meryl Streep and Don Gummer.
Net Worth & Salary
Emily Owens M.D. (2012)
$30,000 per episode (2012-2013)
I'd like to learn how to cook. I've hauled around this big, old, heavy Martha Stewart cookbook in my suitcase to Cape Cod, L.A., Paris. I don't know what possessed me.
My first day on the set of 'John Adams', I was just supposed to fly to Virginia for a costume fitting. But the director figured, why not shoot it, too? So they threw me into a dress that didn't fit, gave me lines I hadn't seen, in a dialect I didn't know, and two screaming, arching infants.
I watched a lot of old television growing up - a lot of Nick at Nite. I watched 'Rhoda', 'Mary Tyler Moore', and 'I Love Lucy.' Growing up, I loved 'My So Called Life' and was devastated when that went off the air.
All the women that are first born daughters in my family are named Mary, but we've all been given nicknames. I don't know how or why that started, but I'm nicknamed after my great-grandmother, who was Mamie. No one ever calls me Mary, except only if my husband is very serious about something.