Jeanne Tripplehorn Net Worth 2020, Measurement, Relationship and Awards

Jeanne Tripplehorn Net Worth 2020, Measurement, Relationship and Awards.

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Jeanne Marie Tripplehorn is an American film, television, and theatre actress. A gifted thespian, she has been active professionally from the last 27 years. She made her acting debut on stage in an off-Broadway production of ‘The Big Funk’ by John Patrick Shanley in 1990.

Jeanne Tripplehorn Net Worth 2020, Measurement, Relationship and Awards

Biography

Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on June 10, 1963, Jeanne Tripplehorn developed an interest in performing through her father, guitarist Tom Tripplehorn, who at one time recorded with the pop group Gary Lewis & The Playboys on such hits as “This Diamond Ring”.

(Note: many references list Jeanne’s father’s birthdate as February 2, 1949, but this seems unlikely as he would have been only 14 years old when she was born).

Graduating from Edison High School, Jeanne began her career as a local radio and TV host.

Educated at both the University of Tulsa and the drama division of The Juilliard School in New York City, she made her major TV debut in a supporting role in The Perfect Tribute (1991), a fictional story that centered around President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address.

The next year she made a big splash with her second lead, in Paul Verhoeven’s thriller Basic Instinct (1992), in support of Michael Douglas.

In this movie, which made a sex star out of Sharon Stone, Jeanne’s weird psychiatrist role established her as a talent to be reckoned with, although a torrid sex scene with Douglas certainly helped.

She earned a huge break when she replaced a pregnant Robin Wright in the role of Tom Cruise’s wife in the box-office smash The Firm (1993).

Her smart work in this film afforded her the opportunity to work opposite other “top guns” in the industry, including Kevin Costner in the futuristic Waterworld (1995), Gwyneth Paltrow in Sliding Doors (1998) and Hugh Grant in Mickey Blue Eyes (1999).

While none of these roles impressed to a great degree, they nevertheless put her in good standing. Reaching into her versatile bag of tricks, she went on to play everything from a lesbian gangster in Mike Figgis’ experimental film, Timecode (2000), to a love interest of left-wing activist Abbie Hoffman in Steal This Movie (2000).

Measurements

Age: 53 years

Height: 170 cm 95 ft 7)

Weight: 63 kg (138 pounds)

Career

Jeanne Tripplehorn Net Worth 2020, Measurement, Relationship and Awards

Jeanne Tripplehorn started off by performing in the local television shows, ‘Creature Feature’ (1982-83) and ‘Night Shift’, when she was still a student.

After finishing her education, she debuted as an actress in John Patrick Shanley’s ‘The Big Funk’, a play that ‘The Guardian’ described as “Friends set in a self-help manual on acid.”

She followed this up with the 1993 production of John Ford’s ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore’, where she had Val Kilmer as her co-actor. She also worked with Lili Taylor and Amy Irving in the Broadway production of Anton Chekov’s ‘Three Sisters’.

Jeanne Tripplehorn had her screen debut in 1991 in the television film ‘The Perfect Tribute’. She played the character, Julia.

Later, she collaborated with Ben Stiller for the first time in 1992 on ‘Ben Stiller Show’, making an appearance in three episodes as The Wilson Woman / Goo.

Tripplehorn portrayed the police psychologist Dr Beth Garner who has a passionate affair with the male protagonist Detective Nick Curren (Michael Douglas) in director Paul Verhoeven’s neo-noir erotic thriller ‘Basic Instinct.’

The movie provoked heated controversy at the time of its release due to its explicit sexual content and the unapologetic rendition of violence. The film has since come to be seen as a milestone in terms of depiction of sexuality in Hollywood films.

In 1993, Jeanne Tripplehorn was cast alongside Matthew Broderick in the romantic comedy ‘The Night We Never Met’. Her next project, Sydney Pollack’s ‘The Firm’, remains her best work to date.
She starred as Abby McDeere, wife of Tom Cruise’s character Mitch McDeere. Based on the novel of the same name by John Grisham, the film was a critical and commercial success, earning $270.2 million at the box office.
In ‘Waterworld’ (1995), she played the female lead Helen opposite Kevin Costner. Made on a humongous budget ($172 million), the film did not earn the money back at the box-office and the critics compared it with previous box-office disasters ‘Heaven’s Gate’ (1980) and ‘Ishtar’ (1987).
However, through home video sales and TV broadcast rights, the movie eventually turned profitable.
After a series of flops such as ‘Til There Was You’ (1997), ‘Monument Ave.’ (1998), and ‘Mickey Blue Eyes’ (1999), her career lost the momentum it had garnered from ‘The Firm’.
In the first decade of the 21st century, she continued to play small roles and work in independent films. In 2012, she was cast as Dr Alex Blake in CBS’ ‘Criminal Minds’. She was a series regular in season 8 and 9, leaving the show after 48 episodes. She is set to appear in Donal Lardner Ward’s directorial venture ‘We Only Know So Much’.

Relationship

Jeanne Tripplehorn Net Worth 2020, Measurement, Relationship and Awards

Jeanne Tripplehorn married actor Leland Orser in 2000 and the couple have a son together.

Net Worth

Jeanne Tripplehorn is an American film and television actress who has a net worth $12 million. Jeanne Tripplehorn earned her net worth as an actress in many popular movies and television shows.

Jeanne Tripplehorn’s salary per episode of Criminal Minds is $100,000. She developed an interest in performing through her father, guitarist Tom Tripplehorn.

Graduating from Edison High School, Jeanne began her career as a local radio and TV host. She was educated at the University of Tulsa and the drama division of The Juilliard School in New York City.

In 1991 she made her major TV debut in a supporting role in The Perfect Tribute. In 1992 she made a big splash with her second lead, in Paul Verhoeven’s thriller Basic Instinct.

In 1993 she earned a huge break when she replaced a pregnant Robin Wright in the role of Tom Cruise’s wife in the box-office smash The Firm.

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