How much is Jessica Brown Findlay Worth?
|Net Worth:||$4 million|
|Country of Origin:||Britain|
|Source of Wealth:||Professional actress|
Jessica Brown Findlay’s Net Worth in 2020
As of 2020, Jessica Brown Findlay’s net worth is 4 Million dollars. Jessica Rose Brown Findlay is an American actress. Jessica Brown Findlay was born in Cookham, Berkshire, United Kingdom, on 14 September 1989.
How Jessica Brown Findlay makes her money
Jessica Brown Findlay’s sources of income and earnings come from her acting role in both television and theatres. Jessica Brown Findlay’s net worth is 4 Million dollars, as of 2020.
Jessica Brown Findlay’s breakthrough as an actress came in when she appeared in the ITV television historical drama series “Downton Abbey,” as Lady Sybil Crawley and Emelia Conan Doyle in the 2011 British coming-of-age comedy-drama film “Albatross.”
In 2015, Jessica Brown Findlay made her theatre appearance at the Almeida Theatre, London, as Electra in a modern adaptation of The Oresteia, including Uncle Vanya (2016). The following year she would play Ophelia in a brand-new production of Hamlet at the Almeida Theatre in London.
In 2017 Jessica Brown Findlay voiced the character of Fay in the animated movie “Monster Family.” alongside Celia Imrie, Emily Watson, Catherine Tate, and Jason Isaacs.
From 2017 to 2019, she portrayed Charlotte Wells in the period drama television series Harlots. This was followed by her voice role as Lenina Crowne in the 2020 adult animated web television series “Castlevania.”
Throughout her acting career, Jessica Brown Findlay has starred in numerous films, and television series such as Lullaby, Black Mirror, The Riot Club, Fifteen Million Merits, Victor Frankenstein, This Beautiful Fantastic, England Is Mine, Jamaica Inn, Linder Sterling, Iris Warriors, The Banishing, Labyrinth and The Outcast.
Jessica Brown Findlay played Lenina Crowne in the 2020 television drama series “Brave New World” that premiered on July 15, 2020, on the NBCUniversal streaming service Peacock. It is a film adaptation of the Aldous Huxley novel of the same name.