Incredibly, Jodie Foster has been a working actor since 1969, when she was only 7 years old.
The star was nominated for an Oscar in 1976 for her supporting role in Taxi Driver. By 1988, Jodie had won an Oscar for The Accused.
To say Jodie's accomplishments ended there couldn't be further from the truth. As fans well know, The Silence of the Lambs star went on to win multiple Academy Awards — and win viewers over with countless other movies and TV shows.
Given her highly laudable career, the actor is worth quite a bit of money. How much? Read on to learn about the staggering sum.
What is Jodie Foster's net worth at this point in her career?
With a multitude of mega-successful movies like Nell and Panic Room and shows such as True Detective under her belt, fans would be right to assume that Jodie has earned a very admirable amount of money throughout her career.
In fact, as of 2024, Jodie's net worth has been reported to be as high as a jaw-dropping $100 million, per Celebrity Net Worth.
While you try to stop screaming like a lamb over the insane bank account of one of our most celebrated actors, here's more about Jodie's life and career.
Net worth: $100 million
Jodie Foster is an American actor made famous for roles in iconic films such as Taxi Driver and The Silence of the Lambs. She has won two Oscars and has been nominated an astounding four times for Academy Awards.
- Birth name: Alicia Christian "Jodie" Foster
- Birthplace: Los Angeles, Calif.
- Birthdate: Nov. 19, 1962
- Mother: Evelyn Ella "Brandy" Almond
- Father: Lucius Fisher Foster III
- Education: Yale University
- Marriages: Cydney Bernard (1993–2008) and Alexandra Hedison (m. 2014)
- Children: Kit and Charles
In addition to being an A-list actor, Jodie has notably also taken on the roles of director and producer for projects such as Little Man Tate.
Her massive net worth is the result of a long tenure in a very tough town, especially for women over 50, with earnings as high as $15 million for a single film at the height of her acting career.
Jodie Foster's best years may be ahead of her.
Despite enjoying one of the most celebrated careers in recent memory, Jodie is far from done wowing audiences with her incredible talent.
In late 2023, the former child star was nominated for an Academy Award for her supporting role as Bonnie Stoll in Nyad.
According to the Los Angeles Times, a win for the acclaimed star would put her in extremely good company. Only eight other actors have received three or more Oscars for acting: Ingrid Bergman, Walter Brennan, Daniel-Day Lewis, Frances McDormand, Jack Nicholson, Meryl Streep, and Katharine Hepburn.
But Jodie has gotten to a point in her career where she doesn't necessarily need to work all the time, which points to how financially comfortable she is.
"Sometimes I go through years where I just don't wanna act for a while, or I don't find anything. I'll read a perfectly good script about a perfectly good thing that I should be interested in, and I just don't care," she has said.