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Jessica Biel Net Worth

Jessica Biel Net Worth

Net Worth: $18 Million

  • Source of Wealth Film
  • Birth Place Ely, Minnesota, United States
  • Height 5' 8" (1.73 m)
  • Marital Status Engaged (Justin Timberlake)
  • Full Name Jessica Claire Biel
  • Nationality United States
  • Date of Birth March 3, 1982
  • Ethnicity Native American, German, French, English
  • Weight 110 lbs (50 kg)
  • Occupation Actress,Model
  • Education Tufts University
  • Children N/A
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About Jessica Biel

Jessica Biel has an estimated net worth of $18 million. Jessica Biel rose to fame as the wholesome preacher’s daughter on the WB television show 7th Heaven, then gained greater notoriety for trying to get herself kicked off the show via a risqué photo spread in the men’s magazine Gear. Making such statements as, “Mary Camden is dead,” the 17-year-old Biel indeed got out of her contract to pursue a movie career; when that floundered, she – amusingly – found herself reconsidering her haste and returned for guest spots on the program.

She posed on the cover of the March 2000 Gear under the headline “Fallen Angel.” The images inside featured her sprawled topless on a bed and against a bathroom mirror, her hands providing insufficient cover in a manner that pushed even Gear’s lax standards for showing skin. The issue become one of Gear’s most popular ever, with terrific resale value on Ebay, and got Biel canned from the show. However, the controversy and exposure did not immediately improve her film career.

Biel began 2007 at a low ebb, as the romantic lead in the apocalyptic sci-fi thriller NEXT. As directed by journeyman Hollywood action stalwart Lee Tamahori (XXX: State of the Union), and adapted (loosely) from the Philip K. Dick story “The Golden Man,” the picture stars Nicolas Cage as Cris, an issue-ridden psychic who foresees the nuclear destruction of Los Angeles. Biel plays the seer’s tender-hearted lover, who spends her free time every week at the bottom of the Grand Canyon, teaching the children of the Havasupai Indian reservation. The film bombed unequivocally at the box office, reeling in only around $14 million worldwide in its first week.