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Cameron Diaz Net Worth From Acting, Modelling and Endorsements

Cameron Diaz Net Worth From Acting, Modelling and Endorsements

Name  Cameron Michelle Diaz
Age, Born 40 years old, San Diego, California, U.S., August 30, 1972
Net Worth $90 million
Source of Wealth Actress
Endorsements Calvin Klein
Assets Beverly Hills home, Toyota Prius, Tesla Model S, Maserati Quattroporte
Achievement ALMA Award for Outstanding Actress in a Feature Film in a Crossover Role, Blockbuster Award for Favorite Supporting Actress – Comedy, American Comedy Award for Funniest Leading Actress in a Motion Picture, Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actress, Teen Choice Award Choice Movie Actress: Comedy
Family Single

 

Cameron Diaz was listed by Forbes as one of the highest paid actress, no wonder her estimated net worth is about $90 million. Being an actress really plays an important role for Cameron Diaz to gain more and more money. People speculated that her amount of net worth is still increased more and more due a lot of awaited projects in the future.  Despite being an actress, she should give so much thanks to endorsement mostly cosmetics and fashion apparel that gave her more chance to raise money. Cameron Diaz reported that her amount of salary was $25 million in 2009, getting increased to $34 million in 2010, bit decreased in 2011 with $24million and getting higher again in 2012 with $35 million a year.

Cameron Diaz describes herself as a model not actress. It’s because she began her career in modeling when she was 16. She then contracted by Elite Model Management modeling agency. She then endorsed by Calvin Klein and Levi’s and appeared as the cover for Seventeen magazine when Diaz about 17. Cameron Diaz made an international debut when she did cast as sultry lounge singer Tina Carlyle in American superhero fantasy action comedy, the Mask. In 1997, Diaz back to mainstream film after a while hiatus by appeared in the romantic comedy movie  My Best Friend’s Wedding and A Life Less Ordinary. In 1998, Cameron Dye received her first nomination for a Golden Globe Award for her role as Mary Jensen in 1998 film There’s Something About Mary.

Media journalist reported that Cameron Diaz was paid about $12,000,000 for 2001 Charlie’s Angels movie and about $10,000,000 Vanilla Sky movie in the same years. Dye received her biggest payment about $20 million when appeared as pretty secret agent Natalie Cook in 2003’s Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle.

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