Net Worth: $120 Million
- Source of Wealth Film
- Birth Place Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.
- Height 5' 11" (1.80 m)
- Marital Status Married (Keith Urban)
- Full Name Nicole Mary Kidman
- Nationality United States, Australia
- Date of Birth June 20, 1967
- Ethnicity Irish, Scottish Australian
- Weight 120 lbs (54.43 kg)
- Occupation Actress, Producer
- Education Victorian College of the Arts, Australian Theatre for Young People, Phillip Street Theatre
- Children 2 (Sunday Rose, Faith Margaret)
About Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman is a very fine actress, a talented singer and movie producer too. Her net worth according to the most recent estimates stands at $120 Million. Nicole is in fact among the highest-paid performers worldwide.
She first started off in Australian television but soon switched over to the US. It was “Dead Calm” of 1989. It was a huge hit, and she was also nominated for the Saturn Award for Best Actress. But even before that Kidman was a very good actress. She received the Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for “Emerald City” the year before. She also received the Australian Film Institute Award for Best Actress in a Mini-Series for “Vietnam” in 1987. But it was Dead Calm in all honesty that changed her life. It brought her fame, recognition and money. Some of the other notable movies Nicole has done are Billy Bathgate, Far and Away, To Die For, The Portrait of a Lady, Batman Forever, Eyes Wide Shut, Moulin Rouge!, The Others, The Hours, and Rabbit Hole among many others.
For “The Hours”, Kidman received the Academy Award for Best Actress. Such was her fame and talent that she emerged as the highest-paid actress in Hollywood in 2006. She even received $12 million for a three-minute television commercial. The producers would go to any extent to feature Nicole.
Nicole Kidman has an active music career too. She has performed the duet “Come What May” with Ewan McGregor and “One Day I’ll Fly Away” from the soundtrack of Moulin Rouge! Her other works include Sparkling Diamonds, Hindi Sad Diamonds, Kiss and Unusual Way. Somethin’ Stupid reached #8 on the Australian charts and #1 in the UK.