Bridget Fonda Net Worth

Bridget Fonda Net Worth

Updated on November 01, 2022 17:30 PM by Michael Davis

The Net Worth of Bridget Fonda, an American actress, is $ 50 million.

About Bridget Fonda

Bridget Fonda, an American actress, has a net worth of $50 million. Her net worth is combined with her husband, Danny Elfman. Fonda made her acting debut with "Easy Rider" in 1969.

After that, she appeared in more than 40 movies and tv shows like The Godfather Part 3, Single White Female, and others.

Bridget retired in 2002 and did no roles or movie appearances after that. Fonda played the leading role in Snow Queen, her last role in 2002.

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The early life of Bridget Fonda

Bridget Fonda was in LA, California, on January 27, 1964. Her parents are actor Peter Fonda and artist Susan Jane Brewer, granddaughter of Henry Fonda. After her parents' divorce, Bridget and her brother Justin lived in the Coldwater Canyon area of LA with their father and stepmother, Portia Rebecca Crockett.

Bridget went to L.A.'s Westlake School for Girls. After graduation, she went to the New York University Tisch School of the Arts. She spent four years at Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute. Bridget graduated BFA in Drama in 1986.

The career of Bridget

Bridget made her acting debut when she was five years old in "Easy Rider", a movie her father co-wrote and produced. In 1987 Bridget appeared in the Film "Aria" and gave her voice for a French animated movie converted into English "Gangadhar."

In 1989, Fonda appeared in numerous projects like scandal" and "Strapless," the TV movie "Jacob Have I Loved," and the television pilot "The Edge.

Bridget personified Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin in Frankenstein Unbound," a 1990's classic. She aced the role as Grace Hamilton in "The Godfather Part III," which did great numbers at the box office $136.9Million.

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In 1992 Fonda appeared as Janet Livermore in Singles. She also appeared in "Army of Darkness", a rather uncredited role. Bridget then appeared in Bodies, Rest & Motion, Little Buddha" and Camilla. Fonda also appeared in Rough Magic in 1995 and City Hall and "Grace of my Heart" in 1996.

Bridget met Tarantino on a plane, and he offered her a role in Jackie Brown in 1997. In the same year, she appeared in various projects like Touch and Mr. Jealousy. At the same time, the Tv film TV movie "In the Gloaming won Bridget a Primetime Emmy nomination.

In 1998 she starred onThe Larry Sanders Show and other movies. In 2000 Bridget appeared in the South of Heaven, West of Hell. In 2001 she did roles in Delivering Milo," "Monkeybone," "Kiss of the Dragon," and "The Whole Shebang" and the TV movie "No Ordinary Baby." 

In 2002 Bridget played Stephanie Furst in The Chris Isaak Show" and a leading role in Hallmark Channel's miniseries "Snow Queen." After that, Bridget did not do any movies or tv shows and received an AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Robert De Niro."

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Personal life of Bridget Fonda

Bridget Fonda dated Eric Stoltz for four years. The couple was together for eight years. Bridget and Danny Elfman got married in November 2013. They welcomed Oliver in January 2005. Elfman is a leading member of the American Rock Band Oingo Boingo member and a film producer.

In February 2003, Bridget had a car accident and a fractured vertebra. Just before the crash, she was offered a role in the movie, "The Practice."

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Awards and Nominations

In 1995, Fonda was named the Best Actress for Rough Magic-Sitges – Catalonian International Film Festival.

In the Gloaming- Winner of Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries.

Fonda received two Golden Globe Nominations and won the Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for "Scandal.

Bridget recirvedIndependent Spirit Award nomination for Best Supporting Female for "Shag" in 1990.

A simple plan also won the Bridget Blockbuster Entertainment Award nomination for Favorite Actress. Bridget also received two Online Film & Television Association nominations for Best Guest Actress in a Cable Series for "The Larry Sanders Show" in 1998 and Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture or Miniseries for "In the Gloaming" in 1997.

Real Estate

Danny and Bridget brought a house in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles for $2.13 Million.

Danny and Bridget spent almost $ 3 million on renovations in the 1920s.

Later in 2015, they bought another property next door for $3.6Million in October 2020. They put the property on sale for $14.6Million.

The original home was sold at $8.8Million, and the smaller one was sold for $5.6Million.

In 2021, Fonda and Elfman spent $8 million purchasing two adjacent homes in Encino, California, across two transactions spaced by a few months. The total area of the land is 2.2 acres. Danny bought a ranch for them in Santa Barbara in the middle of the 1990s.

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