Emily Beecham's Net Worth in 2021? Learn About 'The Pursuit of Love' Star's Earnings!
Emily Beecham is a well-known English-American actress. She came into the mainstream spotlight through her role in the movie Apocalyptic Zombie, and she gained further recognition from the martial art series Into the Badlands.
In 2003, at the age of 18, Beecham enrolled at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). Later, she graduated with a BA degree in 2006. Since then, she embarked on an acting career and has been doing well. While her love life gains the most attention, fans are also curious to know how much net worth she possesses as of 2021 and her current earnings. So we compiled the details related to her wealth below.
What is the Net Worth of Emily Beecham as of 2021?
According to Idol Net Worth, the net worth of Emily Beecham is estimated to be around $3 million as of 2021. All that source of the money is her being an actress plus model for different magazines.
Emily Beecham holds an impressive net worth of $3 million. Photo Source: VanityFair
In 2006, she played a role in the Bon Voyage movie. The movie earned a total of$15 million in revenue. Later, she starred in Rise of the Footsoldier movie, initially released in 2007. She earned approximately $200k from the film.
In 2010, she played Pru's role in the movie Basement that garnered a total revenue of $1.5 million. Furthermore, she starred in another hit movie, Hail, Caesar!, which accumulated a total of $63.3 million in the box office was released in 2016. She also played in another movie called Daphne, which earned her $212,837 in the year 2017.
Also, she starred in the movie Little Joe, for which she received the Best Actress Award at the Cannes Film Festival. Likewise, in early 2021, she played the role of Fanny Logan in a popular TV mini-series called Pursuit of Love.
Emily Beecham's Charity Work
Emily Beecham has joined Crisis,a national homelessness charity, to call on the government to ensure that people fleeing domestic abuse are guaranteed a safe, permanent home.
Crisis estimates that nearly 2,000 people a year are at risk of homelessness because of this flaw in the system, which forces people to prove they are vulnerable before they can be considered a priority for help with finding a long-term home.
The campaigners join Crisis, and a cross-party group of MPs is calling on the government to urgently amend the Domestic Abuse Bill so that anyone fleeing domestic abuse is automatically guaranteed a safe and settled home.
"No one should have to choose between homelessness and domestic abuse, but right now, this is happening to far too many people," Emily Beecham said about the issue. "That’s why I’m supporting Crisis’ campaign to make sure everyone fleeing domestic abuse is helped to find a safe home to rebuild their lives in."
"We must end the indignity of asking survivors to relive their experiences, sometimes in a room full of strangers, before they can be helped into a safe home," Beecham added. "We have a chance to change this now, otherwise thousands more people risk becoming homeless."
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