Michelle Pfeiffer Net Worth 2020, Bio, Career, Relationship and Social Media
Michelle Pfeiffer Net Worth – Michelle Pfeiffer or Michelle Marie Pfeiffer is an actress from the United States. Pfeiffer is best known for her versatility, period roles, the ability to mask her true feelings while in character, and portraying funny, intelligent female characters
Michelle Pfeiffer was born in Santa Ana, California to Richard Pfeiffer, an air-conditioning contractor and Donna Pfeiffer, a homemaker. She has three siblings, one of whom is Dedee Pfeiffer, a television and film actress.
She was raised in Midway City, Orange County for most part of her childhood.
As a teenager she won several beauty contests. In 1975, she graduated from the Fountain Valley High School, in Fountain Valley, Orange County, California.
She attended the Golden West College in Huntington Beach, where she studied to be a court reporter and worked part time as a check-out girl at the ‘Vons supermarket’.
Michelle Pfeiffer body weight is 55kg. Her shoe size is 8 and her dress size is 2. She has a well-shaded body of 33-24-35 inches. Her shoe size is 8, her dress size is 2 and her bra size is 32A.
In 1978, Michelle Pfeiffer won the Miss Orange County Pageant and was the sixth finalist at the Miss California pageant.
Following the show, she hired an acting agent and auditioned for acting roles. She began acting with a few small roles in sitcoms like ‘Fantasy Island’, ‘Delta House’ and ‘B.A.D. Cats’.
In 1980, she appeared in the rom-com film, ‘Falling in Love Again’, where she played the role of ‘Sue Wellington’.
That year she was also seen in ‘The Hollywood Nights’, an American comedy film directed by Floyd Mutrux.
In 1981, she played a small role in ‘Charlie Chan and the Curse of the Dragon Queen’, a film directed by Clive Donner.
She took acting lessons at the Beverly Hills Playhouse in Los Angeles and during this time, she continued to audition for bigger roles and appeared in several television movies.
In 1982, Michelle Pfeiffer played the role of Stephanie Zinone in the American musical film ‘Grease 2’, directed and choreographed by Patricia Birch.
The film went on to become a critical and commercial failure. In 1983, she bagged her first breakthrough role in ‘Scarface’, a crime film directed by Oliver Stone and produced by Martin Bregman.
Even though the film received moderate success, she was noticed and appreciated by critics. In 1985, she acted in the movie ‘Ladyhawke’, a fantasy film starring Matthew Broderick and Rutger Hauer.
In 1987, she starred in the ‘The Witches of Eastwick’, a comedy-fantasy film directed by George Miller. The film was a commercial box office hit and also starred Jack Nicholson.
In 1988, Michelle Pfeiffer delivered an award-winning performance as ‘Angela de Marco’ in ‘Married to Mob’, directed by Jonathan Demme.
She played the role of ‘Madame de Tourvel’ in the Academy Award nominated film ‘Dangerous Liaisons’, which was based on a play titled ‘Les Liaisons Dangereuses’.
In 1989, she earned an Academy Award nomination for her role as ‘Susie Diamond’ in the film ‘The Fabulous Baker Boys’, a musical film written and directed by Steve Kloves. In 1990, she appeared in
‘The Russia House’, a movie based on John le Carre’s novel of the same title. Her role as ‘Katya Orlova’ required her to adopt a Russian accent and her efforts paid off when she was nominated for a Golden Globe award for her performance.
In 1991, Michelle Pfeiffer acted along with Al Pacino in the Garry Marshall film, ‘Frankie and Johnny’; a film inspired by the hit Broadway play ‘Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune’.
In 1992, she garnered international acclaim with her role as ‘Catwoman’ in the blockbuster hit of that year ‘Batman Returns’, a sequel to the film ‘Batman’, directed by Tim Burton.
In 1993, she played the part of ‘Countess Ellen Olenska’ in ‘The Age of Innocence’, a Martin Scorsese film based on Edith Wharton’s novel of the same title.
In 2007, she appeared in the commercially successful box office hit, ‘Hairspray’. In 2012, she appeared in films like ‘Dark Shadows’ and ‘People Like US’.
Michelle Pfeiffer’s love life has been a beautiful one. She married Peter Horton in Santa Monica in 1982.
They split in 1988 and were divorced two years later. Horton said that they split because they used to focus more on their work than their marriage.
After her marriage to Horton, Pfeiffer had a three-year relationship with actor/producer Fisher Stevens. Later in 1993, Pfeiffer started dating television writer and producer David E. Kelly.
In March 1993 they got married and are still together. In the same year, she adopted Claudia Rose Kelly. In August 1994, Pfeiffer gave birth to a son, John Henry.
Social Media Profile
Michelle Pfeiffer is active on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. She has around 17,801 followers on Facebook. She has more than 7,996 followers on Instagram and has more than 816 followers on Twitter.
Michelle Pfeiffer is an American actress who has a net worth of $250 million. That is a combined net worth with her husband of more than two decades, television super-producer David E. Kelley.