How much is Rachel McAdams worth?
|Net Worth:||$16 Million
|Date of Birth:||November 17, 1978|
About Rachel McAdams
In Mean Girls, The Notebook, and State of Play, you’ve seen America’s sweetheart perform a variety of roles. This timeless beauty can be a hot girl, a cruel girl, or a wedding crasher, making her an essential ingredient for box office hits. In terms of the roles she has played and the film genres she has experimented with, Rachel McAdams has covered a wide range, but it appears that she is just getting started.
Latest Canadian Import
Rachel, who was born and reared in Canada, was a skating child from the age of four. She had a talent for performance and was a skilled and competitive figure skater. When she was 13 years old, she enrolled in a theater camp and adapted this performance-based sport for the stage, landing parts in numerous Shakespeare performances. Rachel went from summer camp to rigorous study at York University’s acting department to obtain her B.F.A. in theater.
Honors coursework paid off when the wide-eyed beauty started doing auditions after graduation. In 2001, a year after graduating, Rachel was cast opposite Rob Schneider in the teen comedy The Hot Chick.
She portrayed a popular high school student who changed bodies with a filthy, more-than-unkempt mechanic in the movie. Rachel turned vicious in Mean Girls, the Tina Fey comedy that propelled the actress into the Hollywood spotlight, once more aiming for the teen market.
Her leading role in the 2004 romance drama The Notebook, however, cemented her status as the next “it girl” in the business. The on-screen chemistry between Rachel and co-star Ryan Gosling was palpable, and the relationship between the two quickly became real-life partners.
The couple’s love lasted until 2007, when they mutually decided to end it, hurting the hearts of their followers.
Glory of Morning, Noon, and Midnight
Rachel starred in a string of successful films, including the heart-pounding Red Eye, the funny Wedding Crashers, and the suspenseful State of Play. However, Rachel returned to her well-known romantic roles in The Time Traveler’s Wife, where she portrayed a devoted wife to a time-traveling Eric Bana.
After appearing in the action-packed comedy Sherlock Holmes with Jude Law and Robert Downey Jr., Rachel kept us guessing with her constantly shifting film genres. She then lent her expertise to the part of a determined news show producer in Morning Glory with Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton.
We have no doubt that this sweetheart will become one of Tinseltown’s top leading women with a grin that can compete with Julia Roberts‘.
“I’ve never crashed a wedding. We thought about it when we were shooting…We were kind of jealous and thought, ‘You know, we could say it was research,’ but we chickened out.”