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Emily Mortimer net worth:
$2 Million

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Birth date: December 1, 1971
Birth place: Finsbury Park, London, United Kingdom
Height:5 ft 7 in (1.727 m)
Profession:Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality:United Kingdom
Spouse:Alessandro Nivola (m. 2003)
Children:May Rose Nivola, Samuel John Nivola
Parents:John Mortimer, Penelope Gollop

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Emily Kathleen Anne Mortimer is an actress and a screenwriter, born on 1st December 1971 in London, UK. One of her first notable roles was that of Kate, Queen Elizabeth’s hand-maiden in the drama movie “Elizabeth”(1998) and later rose to fame by appearing in “Lovely and Amazing” (2001). She went on to play in several other movies she is now recognized for, such as “Lars and the Real Girl”(2007), “Harry Brown” (2009), “Shutter Island” (2010) and “Hugo”(2011).

Have you ever wondered how rich Emily Mortimer is? According to sources it has been estimated that Emily Mortimer’s overall net worth is $2 million. Mortimer acquired her wealth thanks to her dedicated career as an actress and by appearing in numerous films and TV series.

Emily Mortimer Net Worth $2 Million

Emily was born to Sir John Mortimer, the creator of TV series “Rumpole of the Bailey” and his second wife Penelope. This actress’ education is quite stunning as she first attended St Paul’s Girls’ School in west London and later enrolled at Oxford University to study English literature and Russian. Upon her graduation in 1994, Mortimer went on to study acting at the Moscow Arts School of Theatre. Before starting her acting career, Emily practiced her writing skills as a columnist for “The Daily Telegraph” and later went on to become the screenwriter for “Bad Blood” (2000), a biography and memoir work by the Welsh novelist Lorna Sage. These contributed a steady start to her net worth.

Emily Mortimor began her career as an actress by performing in various stage productions, and while acting, she was noticed by a producer who afterwards chose her as the lead role in the TV movie “The Glass Virgin”(1995). Some of her later television roles include those in “Lord of Misrule”(1996) and “Coming home”(1998). In 1996 she obtained her first film role, next to Val Kilmer in “The Ghost and the Darkness”, and appeared in the coming of age comedy-drama film “The Last of the High Kings”, which was released the same year. Two years later, she secured the role of Kate Ashley, Queen Elizabeth’s hand-maiden, in the biographical film “Elizabeth”, which turned out to be one of her best known roles. The same year she appeared in the TV mini-series adapted by her father, “Cider with Rosie”. Her net worth was rising steadily.

Mortimer continued to work at full steam during the late ‘90s and the beginning of the 2000’s, appearing in movies which made her famous even outside her native country. Some of these roles include that in “Notting Hill” (1999) where she played alongside Hugh Grant, “Noah’s Ark”(1999) an American TV mini-series, “Scream 3”(2000) and “Love’s Labour’s Lost”(2000) a musical adaptation on whose shooting she met her future husband Alessandro Nivola. She starred next to Bruce Willis in Disney’s “The Kid”(2002) and alongside Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Carlyle in “The 51st State” (2002). In 2003, Mortime played Elizabeth in the American comedy-drama film “Lovely and Amazing”, a role which brought her the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female. Such recognition inevitably helped her net worth to climb.

Emily’s other notable appearances include the films “Lars and the Real Girl”(2007) – a role for which she was nominated a Satellite Award – and “Transsiberian”(2008) which brought her the Best Actress nomination at the Saturn Awards. Some of Emily’s more recent work includes her roles in “City Island”(2009), where her colleague was Andy Garcia, and Martin Scorsese’s “Shutter Island” (2010). In 2010 and 2011 she appeared in “Leonie” and “Our Idiot Brother”. Soon after she started working with Aaron Sorkin, thus appearing in HBO’s political TV series “The Newsroom”. In 2013 it was published that Mortimer would co-create and star in the “Doll&Em” comedy series beside her friend and actress Dolly Wells.

Regarding her private life, Emily married her colleague, American actor Alessandro Nivola in 2003. The couple have two children and reside in Los Angeles, USA.


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Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Coming Home 1998 TV Series Judith
A Dance to the Music of Time 1997 TV Mini-Series Polly Duport
The Saint 1997 Woman on Plane
Midsomer Murders 1997 TV Series Katherine Lacey
The Last of the High Kings 1996 Romy Thomas
The Ghost and the Darkness 1996 Helena Patterson
No Bananas 1996 TV Mini-Series Una
Jack and Jeremy's Real Lives 1996 TV Series Tilly
Lord of Misrule 1996 TV Movie Emma
Silent Witness 1996 TV Series Fran
Ruth Rendell Mysteries 1996 TV Series Elvira Crossland
Sharpe's Sword 1995 TV Movie Lass
Screen Two 1995 TV Series Amanda Ellis
The Glass Virgin 1995 TV Mini-Series Annabella Lagrange
Blue Heelers 1994 TV Series Kelly
Under the Hammer 1994 TV Series Angela
Mary Poppins Returns 2018 pre-production Jane Banks
The Party 2017 post-production
The Bookshop 2017 post-production Florence Green
The Philosophy of Phil 2016 post-production Alicia
The Sense of an Ending 2017
Spectral 2016 Fran Madison
Wig Shop 2016 Short Chaya
Disney Infinity 3.0 2015 Video Game Holley Shiftwell (voice)
Doll & Em 2013-2015 TV Series Emily
Ladygrey 2015 Olive
10,000 Saints 2015 Diane
The Newsroom 2012-2014 TV Series MacKenzie McHale
Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes 2014 Video Game Holley Shiftwell (voice)
Rio, I Love You 2014 Dorothy (segment "La Fortuna")
Disney Infinity 2013 Video Game Holley Shiftwell (voice)
Kinect Fun Labs: Kinect Rush - A Disney Pixar Adventures: Snapshot 2012 Video Game Holley Shiftwheel (English version, voice)
Hugo 2011 Lisette
Cars 2: The Video Game 2011 Video Game Holley Shiftwell (voice)
Cars 2 2011 Holley Shiftwell (voice)
Our Idiot Brother 2011 Liz
Leonie 2010 Leonie
Shutter Island 2010 Rachel 1
Harry Brown 2009 D.I. Alice Frampton
City Island 2009 Molly
The Pink Panther 2 2009 Nicole
Chaos Theory 2008 Susan
Redbelt 2008 Laura Black
Transsiberian 2008 Jessie
Lars and the Real Girl 2007 Karin
30 Rock 2007 TV Series Phoebe
Paris, je t'aime 2006 Frances (segment "Pere-Lachaise")
The Pink Panther 2006 Nicole
Match Point 2005 Chloe Hewett Wilton
Howl's Moving Castle 2004 Young Sophie (English version, voice)
Dear Frankie 2004 Lizzie
Bright Young Things 2003 Nina
Young Adam 2003 Cathie Dimly
The Sleeping Dictionary 2003 Cecil
Nobody Needs to Know 2003 Emily
A Foreign Affair 2003 Angela Beck
Jeffrey Archer: The Truth 2002 TV Movie Lady Diana - Princess of Wales
Formula 51 2001 Dakota Parker
Lovely & Amazing 2001 Elizabeth Marks
The Kid 2000 Amy
The Miracle Maker 2000 Mary of Nazareth (voice)
Love's Labour's Lost 2000 Katherine
Scream 3 2000 Angelina Tyler
Killing Joe 1999 Short
Notting Hill 1999 Perfect Girl
Noah's Ark 1999 TV Mini-Series Esther
Cider with Rosie 1998 TV Movie Miss Flynn
Elizabeth 1998 Kat Ashley

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Doll & Em TV Series story by - 6 episodes, 2015 written and created by - 6 episodes, 2015 creator - 6 episodes, 2013 written by - 6 episodes, 2013

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Wig Shop 2016 Short producer
Doll & Em 2013 TV Series associate producer - 1 episode

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Love's Labour's Lost 2000 performer: "I Won't Dance", "No Strings I'm Fancy Free", "Let's Face The Music And Dance", "They Can't Take That Away From Me"

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Today 2016 TV Series Herself - Guest
Larry King Now 2015 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Meredith Vieira Show 2015 TV Series Herself - Guest
Conan 2011-2015 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Late Late Show with James Corden 2015 TV Series Herself - Guest
AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Jane Fonda 2014 TV Movie Herself
Last Call with Carson Daly 2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Talk 2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
Chelsea Lately 2011-2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2005-2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Jonathan Ross Show 2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
This Morning 2014 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Newsroom: Season 2 - Invitation to the Set 2013 TV Movie documentary Herself
The 2013 Film Independent Spirit Awards 2013 TV Special Herself - Presenter
The Daily Show 2013 TV Series Herself - Guest
SAG Foundation Conversations 2012 TV Series Herself
Good Morning America 2012 TV Series Herself - Guest
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2012 TV Series Herself - Guest
Charlie Rose 2012 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Newsroom: Season 1 - Invitation to the Set 2012 TV Movie documentary Herself
Janela Indiscreta 2012 TV Series Herself
Made in Hollywood 2011 TV Series Herself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2008-2011 TV Series Herself - Guest
Daybreak 2011 TV Series Herself
Pixar: 25 Magic Moments 2011 TV Movie documentary Herself
Shutter Island: Behind the Shutters 2010 Video documentary short Herself
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross 2009 TV Series Herself - Guest
The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2009 TV Special Herself - Presenter
John Mortimer: A Life in Words 2009 TV Movie documentary Herself
Cinema 3 2008 TV Series Herself - Interviewee
Días de cine 2008 TV Series Herself - Interviewee
Cartelera 2008 TV Series Herself - Interviewee
Èxit 2008 TV Series Herself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 2005-2008 TV Series Herself - Guest
Breakfast 2008 TV Series Herself - Guest
Secret's Out 2008 TV Series Herself
Lars and the Real Girl: A Real Leading Lady 2008 Video short Herself
Lars and the Real Girl: The Real Story of... 2008 Video short Herself
Shootout 2008 TV Series Herself
Rabbit Fever 2006 Herself
Corazón de... 2005 TV Series Herself
Richard & Judy 2005 TV Series Herself - Guest
Steve Martin: An American Cinematheque Tribute 2005 TV Special Herself
From the Bottom Up 2004 Documentary short Herself (uncredited)
The 2004 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards 2004 TV Movie documentary Herself - Presenter: Best First Feature
Once Upon a Time in Utah, Sundance 2003 TV Movie documentary Herself
Stephen Fry: Director Documentary 2003 Video documentary short Herself / Nina
HBO First Look 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
E! True Hollywood Story 2001 TV Series documentary Herself
Who the Hell Is Stel Pavlou? 2001 Video short Herself
A Kid Becomes the Kid 2000 TV Short Herself
Conversations with Jon Turteltaub 2000 Video documentary Herself
Rosamunde Pilcher 1997 TV Movie documentary Herself / Judith Dunbar (uncredited)

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Chelsea Lately 2013 TV Series MacKenzie McHale
Under the Boardwalk: The Monopoly Story 2010 Documentary Dakota Parker
Sky News: Sunrise 2009 TV Series Herself
Corazón de... 2005 TV Series Chloe Wilton
Celebrity Naked Ambition 2003 TV Movie documentary

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2006 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Voice-Over Performance Hauru no ugoku shiro (2004) · Jean Simmons
2003 COFCA Award Central Ohio Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Lovely & Amazing (2001)
2003 Chlotrudis Award Chlotrudis Awards Best Supporting Actress Lovely & Amazing (2001)
2003 Independent Spirit Award Independent Spirit Awards Best Supporting Female Lovely & Amazing (2001)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2009 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Actress Transsiberian (2008)
2007 EDA Award Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Supporting Actress Lars and the Real Girl (2007)
2007 DFCS Award Detroit Film Critic Society, US Best Supporting Actress Lars and the Real Girl (2007)
2007 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical Lars and the Real Girl (2007)
2005 Audience Award European Film Awards Best European Actress Dear Frankie (2004)
2005 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British Actress of the Year Dear Frankie (2004)
2004 Empire Award Empire Awards, UK Best British Actress Young Adam (2003)
2004 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British Supporting Actress of the Year Young Adam (2003)
2003 CFCA Award Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress Lovely & Amazing (2001)
2003 DVDX Award DVD Exclusive Awards Best Supporting Actress in a DVD Premiere Movie The Sleeping Dictionary (2003)
2003 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Comedy or Musical Lovely & Amazing (2001)

2nd place awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2008 COFCA Award Central Ohio Film Critics Association Best Supporting Actress Lars and the Real Girl (2007)


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#Fact
1 Auditioned for The Black Dahlia (2006).
2 Lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. USA [December 2012]
3 Has become part of Martin Scorsese's acting company, working for him on three films.
4 Was three months pregnant with her daughter May when she completed filming on Shutter Island (2010).
5 Returned to work six months after giving birth to her daughter May in order to begin filming Our Idiot Brother (2011).
6 Returned to work ten months after giving birth to her son Samuel in order to begin filming Match Point (2005).
7 Her younger sister Rosie Mortimer gave birth to her son John just three days after Emily gave birth to her daughter May.
8 Gave birth to her daughter May Rose Nivola, with husband Alessandro Nivola, in New York City, via Caesarean section (15 January 2010).
9 Has two older half-siblings from her father's first marriage, Sally Silverman and Jeremy Mortimer.
10 Was chosen to voice the young Sophie in the English language version of Howl's Moving Castle (2004) because the producers felt that her voice resembled that of the young Jean Simmons, who voiced the old Sophie.
11 Educated at the prestigious St Paul's Girls School in London. Was in the same class as fellow actress Rachel Weisz.
12 Fluent in Russian
13 The name of her mother, Penelope, was also the name of her father's first wife.
14 Attended Moscow Arts Theatre School.
15 Attended St. Paul's Girls' School in London.
16 Lives in Los Angeles, California, USA. [2004]
17 Discovered an older half-brother, Ross Bentley, as a result of a past relationship between actress Wendy Craig and her father Sir John Mortimer. [September 2004]
18 A Mexican punk band played at her wedding to Alessandro Nivola.
19 Gave birth to her son Samuel John Nivola, with husband Alessandro Nivola, at London's Portland Hospital, weighing in at 7lbs 10oz (26 September 2003).
20 Has one younger sister, Rosie Mortimer.
21 Studied English & Russian at Lincoln College, Oxford (1990-1994). Daughter of John Mortimer and Penelope Gollop Mortimer.

#Quote
1 [on Martin Scorsese] He gives you license to find the lights and darks in a character.
2 But, yes, no matter how in character actresses are in a film, the moment they take off their clothes, you start wondering about them as a person. You start checking them out, in a way. It's a self-conscious moment for both the audience and for the actor and always, I think, slightly embarrassing.
3 The preparation for a film is so ephemeral and hard -- you're lucky if you get a day of rehearsal or a chat with the director or actors on set. You really don't know what to do. Accents are very tangible, blessedly, and if you have to do one, it's a way of getting into character. I can read it through a few times and pretend I know what I'm doing!
4 I wasn't prepared for the inexplicable, overwhelming feeling of love and protection, or how hard it would be to have to leave this little thing in the morning. The good thing about movies is that while you work hard for three or four months, you can have three months or so off afterward. Hopefully, it all works out. I'm trying to avoid, you know, guilt, even though before the child is born, you're already thinking you're doing things wrong. . . . Why do I think that will probably carry over until the day you die? [on having her son]
5 ...you can imagine, or think you can imagine, how to play almost anything - a drug addict, a bank robber, a killer - but the imagination doesn't prepare you for being a mother and those particular feelings.
6 ...acting was something I pretended I didn't want to do as I was growing up.
7 I want any excuse to come home. My dad is not a spring chicken any more. If anyone says, go buy a postage stamp in London, I'll go and do it.
8 It doesn't feel like that. The big producers still want Kate Winslet and Kate Beckinsale, I suppose. - on whether she has made it into mainstream Hollywood.
9 Until Frankie [Dear Frankie (2004)], I didn't realise that feeling part of a film was about staying up late, getting drunk, smoking and all that. And I wasn't doing it, obviously; or if I did, I felt wracked with guilt about it. That was odd. It felt much more like a job of work.
10 I have to say that, though it sounds so superficial, the accent really does help. I like having accents preparing for a part. It's a hard thing to do, to be given a script, and know that you've got to turn up on the first day of the shoot - generally without having had any rehearsal - and present a character. It's really baffling; it's incredibly hard to know how to begin, to approach it, other than just thinking about it. But how do you think about it? There's no guidebook.
11 To be in the hands of an auteur like [Andrei Tarkovsky], that would be just brilliant. But I don't know if those kind of films can ever be made any more. To get art nowadays, in cinema or books or anything, that grapples with the possibility of a meaningless universe . . . it just doesn't happen any more. In even the most indie of the indie films, everything has to come to some kind of neat conclusion. But that's part of the problem with politics and history and everything today, that people think there's a right and a wrong, a good and a bad . . . maybe there just isn't . . . .
12 This is not meant to have happened to me at all. I am a Sloane, from the Chilterns.

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