Grab all the exclusive details about the net worth and the bank balance of Thomasin McKenzie in this article.
Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie (born on July 26, 2000) is a New Zealand actress. She rose to fame and was honored to play the lead role in Debra Granik's 2018 drama film Leave No Trace.
McKenzie was born to her parents Thomasin Stuart McKenzie and Miranda Harcourt, inWellington, New Zealand. Her father, Stuart, is a well-known film director and playwright. Similarly, her mother, Miranda Harcourt, is an actress and acting coach known for Riding High, Shadow Trader, and City Life.
Apart from her personal life, Jojo Rabbit star's love life also often comes into the limelight. But lately, many of her fans are curious about her net worth and career, which is right ahead of this article.
Thomasin McKenzie's Net Worth as of 2021
In 2021, Mckenzie holds a staggering net worth of $2 million, as per the latest report of Famous Birthday. That much money in a short period is quite understandable, and a significant portion of her income is driven by her work in TV shows and movies.
Mckenzie poses for a photo for the British Academy Britannia Award. Source: Red Carpet
She worked in Consent: The Louise Nicholas Story, and from IMDB, it has 7.8 ratings. Plus, the fans loved the movie and acknowledged her talent with marvelous acting.
Her other work in The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, supposedly made with a budget of $300 million. Understandably, it managed to earn $956 million at the box office, which is a great feat. So, Mckenzie must have gotten a fair share out of these smash-hits.
Her popular work in Leave No Trace gained her further recognition from fans, and it earned7.7$ million, which is simply astonishing, and that surely helped her harvest a stockpile of amount.
For the younger generation, a career in showbiz is an absolute dream as it guarantees their fortune and fame. Someone like Mckenzie, who contributed to showbiz from an early age, assured herself of enough money.
A Career Highlight of Thomasin Harcourt McKenzie
She began acting at an early age. Mckenzie debuted in acting in early 2014, portraying the role of teenage girl Louise Nicholas in the television film Consent. In 2015, she also played the role of Pixie Hannah in the soap opera Shortland Street.
Mckenzie posing for Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello tuxedo jacket, shirt, bow tie; Bulgari earrings and ring. Photo Source: Harpersbazaar
In 2016, she played the nominal character in Lucy Lewis Can't Lose's children's comedy web series. She first gained attention for her portrayal as a daughter of a war veteran in Leave No Trace, which help her performance to received critical acclaim and won her National Board of Review Award for Breakthrough Performance.
Afterward, she would be featured in a small role in The King, playing Queen Philippa of Denmark in 2019. In the same year, she played a principal supporting role in satirical comedy-drama Jojo Rabbit, where she plays a young Jewish girl hiding in the attic of the main character's house.
She gained further recognition for the role in Jojo Rabbit by critics and audiences alike and earned her San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Breakthrough Performance. In 2021, she joined the television of Kate Atkinson's Life After Life, playing Ursula Todd's protagonist. She is also set to characterize the American gymnast Kerri Strug in Perfect, directed by Olivia Wilde.
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