Natalie Portman Net Worth
Natalie Portman is an Israeli-born American actress by profession. As of 2022, Natalie Portman’s net worth is $90 million. Having started acting in films as a teenager, she has subsequently gone on to feature in dozens of big-budget and indie films, winning a slew of awards including the Academy Award, the BAFTA, and the Screen Actors Guild.
At the tender age of twelve, she made her cinematic debut as a child protégé of a hitman in Léon: The Professional, an action-drama film (1994). For her role as Padmé Amidala in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, she became a household name throughout the world while still in high school (1999).
After graduating from Harvard University with a bachelor’s in psychology in 2003, she continued her acting career by appearing in Star Wars prequels (2002, 2005) and The Public Theater’s 2001 staging of Anton Chekhov’s play The Seagull. In 2004, for her role as a mystery stripper in the romantic drama Closer, she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress and won a Golden Globe.
The short film Eve (2008) and the biographical drama A Tale of Love and Darkness are two of her directing projects (2015). For her part, she is an outspoken supporter of animal rights and environmental protection. With Benjamin Millepied, she has two children, a daughter, and a son.
Natalie Portman Wiki/Biography
Born on 9 June 1981, Natalie Portman’s age is 42 years as of 2022. She was born and raised in a well-settled Irish Catholic family in Jerusalem, Western Asia. She is an American by nationality and has a belief in the Judaist religion. She completed her early schooling at the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School, Rockville, Maryland, the United States. While residing on Long Island, she then attended the Jewish Primary School Solomon Schechter Day School, Nassau County.
Natalie Portman Childhood PicShe later enrolled herself at the Usdan Centre for the Creative and Performing Arts. She later also enrolled herself at Harvard University. She has said that she was a child when she was younger “unique compared to the rest of the kids I had a higher level of ambition. I worked hard since I was clear about my preferences and goals. When I was a youngster, I took everything extremely seriously.”
It wasn’t until she was 10 years old that a Revlon agency approached her about being a child model. She declined the offer but took use of the chance to get representation as an actor. Ruthless!, a 1992 off-Broadway musical about a teenager who is willing to murder to earn the main role in a school play, was an audition for her that year. In addition to Britney Spears, she and Laura Bell Bundy were selected as the show’s understudies.
Family, Boyfriend & Relationships
Natalie Portman’s father’s name is Mr. Avner Hershlag who is a gynecologist by profession and her mother’s name is Mrs. Shelley Stevens who is Natalie’s agent by profession. Neither her father nor her maternal grandparents were born in Israel; her paternal grandparents immigrated to the United States from Eastern Europe. Her father’s grandparents were Jewish immigrants to Israel, while her maternal grandparents were American Jews.
Natalie Portman’s marital status is married. In the year 2012, she married Benjamin Millepied who is a well-reputed French dancer and choreographer. The pair started dating in 2009 after meeting on the set of Black Swan and were married on 4 August 2012, in a Jewish ceremony performed in Big Sur, California. After Millepied obtained the role of director of dance with the Paris Opera Ballet and Portman indicated a wish to become a French citizen, the family resided in Paris for a period. They live in Los Angeles as of 2013.
She has two children. She has a son named Aleph Portman-Millepied who recently appeared in the movie Thor: Love and Thunder as an Asgardian kid, and a daughter named Amalia Millepied, who is just 5 years old.
In the past, she has also dated Lukas Haas, Hayden Christensen, Moby, Gael Garcia Bernal, Andy Samberg, Jake Gyllenhaal, Nathaniel Philip Rothschild, Jude Law, Nathan Bogle, Devendra Banhart, and Rodrigo Santoro.