Elizabeth Banks Net Worth

Who’s Elizabeth Banks?

Elizabeth Banks, born as Elizabeth Irene Banks, is an actress, director, and producer based in America. The actress is widely recognized for playing the roles of Lindsay in film Wet Hot American Summer, Betty Brant in the Spider-Man film series, Marcela Howard in Seabiscuit, and so on. Besides, she has also made appearances in television series like Sex and the City, Without a Trace, Comanche Moon, etc.

Elizabeth Banks was born on 10th February, 1974 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Her mother Ann was a banker, and her father, Mark P. Mitchell was a worker at General Electric. The actress played baseball and also rode horses. She had also taken part in Little League where she broke her leg. Later, she started taking part in school plays which helped to grow interest in acting.

In 1992, Elizabeth completed her high school from Pittsfield High School . Later the actress enrolled at University of Pennsylvania where she had taken a membership of Delta Delta Delta Sorority. In 1996, the actress completed magna cum laude having major in communications and minor in theatre arts. Subsequently in 1998, she graduated with MFA degree from American Conservatory Theatre, San Francisco.

Career Debut

Elizabeth Banks made her movie debut as Vicki in Kevin DiNovis’s film Surrender Dorothy in 1998. Besides, the actress voiced Ben’s mom in a television series Keep Going Safety. The following year, she made guest appearance in television series; All My Children and Third Watch. In 2000, Elizabeth had a minor role of Trey’s friend in Shaft. Later in 2001, Banks worked in two films; Wet Hot American Summer and Ordinary Sinner. The same year, she appeared as Jaina Tobias Jansen in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’s episode “Sacrifice”.

In the year 2002, Elizabeth Banks starred as Betty Brant in Sam Raimi’s superhero film, Spider-Man. The same year, she appeared as Debi and Lucy in films Swept Away and Catch Me If You Can respectively. Later in 2003, the actress made appearances in two films; The Trade and Seabiscuit. All these works helped her to raise her net worth. Later in 2004, Elizabeth reprise the role of Betty Brant in the sequel of Spider-Man; Spider-Man 2.

Subsequently, Elizabeth worked in five films in the year 2005. She played the role of Isabel Lee in Heights and Sarah in Sexual Life. Besides, she portrayed Nancy Pecket and Caroline Swann in films The Baxter and The 40-Year-Old Virgin respectively. Further, she did the portrayal of May in film Daltry Calhoun. All these films paid her good sum of money which helped her in the increment of her net worth.

Works from 2006 to Present and Net Worth

Elizabeth Banks, in 2006, made appearances in two films; Slither and Invincible. Besides, she played the role of Dr. Kim Briggs for 17 episodes in NBC/ABC’s television series Scrubs. The following year, she again played the role of Betty Brant in third series of Spider-Man, Spider Man 3. Further, she played in other two movies Meet Bill and Fred Claus.

Eventually, Elizabeth worked in various films like W. (2008), The Next Three Days (2010), The Details (2011), Our Idiot Brother (2011), The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (2014), Pitch Perfect 2 (2015), and so on. In the year 2017, the actress starred as Gail Abernathy-McKadden-Feinberger in the third sequel of Pitch Perfect, Pitch Perfect 3. Moreover, Elizabeth currently is for her new film, The Happytime Murders which will be released soon in 2018.

Elizabeth Banks has an estimated net worth of$20 million U.S. dollars. Besides acting, her career as a producer too has helped her to earn this net worth. She has acted in various movies and television series which have helped her to earn this net worth.

Must Know Facts about Elizabeth Banks

Real Name: Elizabeth Irene Banks
Date of Birth: 10th February, 1974
Profession: Actress, Director and Producer
Height: 5′ 5″
Husband: Max Handelman (m. 2003)
Facebook: 1.4M Fans in Facebook
Instagram: 2.1M Followers in Instagram
Twitter: 2.35M Followers in Twitter

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