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Elisabeth Moss Net Worth

Elisabeth Moss Net Worth

How rich is Elisabeth Moss?

Elisabeth Moss Net Worth:
$8 Million

Birth date: July 24, 1982
Birth place: Los Angeles, California, United States
Height:5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)
Profession: Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Fred Armisen (m. 2009–2011)
Parents: Ron Moss, Linda Moss
Awards: Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series

Elisabeth Moss net worth, wiki & biography:

Elisabeth is an American actress with an estimated net worth of $800,000. Elisabeth’s wealth comes from her performances on the NBC show “The West Wing”, as well as on AMC’s “Mad Men”. Elisabeth was born in Los Angeles, California and went to make her first appearance on screen in the year 1990 in the show “Lucky/Chances”. From 1992 till 1995, Elisabeth appeared in the TV series “Picket Fences” as Cynthia Parks. Picket Fences became a hit internationally.

Elisabeth Moss Net Worth $800,000

Elisabeth has worked as a voice artist too. Elisabeth has provided her voice in an animated movie “Once Upon a Forest”. In 1994, Elisabeth worked in the movie “Imaginary Crimes”. The exact same year, Elisabeth also appeared in “Escape to Witch Mountain”. Elisabeth also played youthful Ashley Judd in the movie “Love Can Build A Bridge”. In 1999, Elisabeth had a supporting character in “Girl, Interrupted”, that was critically acclaimed. Elisabeth worked with Winona Ryderand Angelina Jolie () in this film. Elisabeth also had a small part in the movie Mumford. Elisabeth was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award in 2004. Elisabeth had a part in the show Invasion. In the year 2007, Elisabeth worked in one episode of Grey’s Anatomy titled “My Favorite Mistake”.

Elisabeth married Fred Armisen, well known from “Saturday Night Live” on October 25th 2009. The couple wed in Long Island City, ny. But they break up on May 13th 2011 after just about two years.

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