Born on June 10, 1965, Elizabeth Hurley is a 53 years old English actress and model. She is well known for her works for Estée Lauder, a cosmetic company who first gave her break at 29 years of age and has since been a representative and a model for their product.
Elizabeth, or Liz Hurley, is also an entrepreneur and has also acted in several superhit cult movies which have managed her a good net worth. Let's talk about her career and her sources of income.
Elizabeth has an estimated net worth of over $35 million. She owns an organic farm in Barnsley, Gloucestershire, which has a market value of $4,400,000.
She also owned a house in Fulham, London, which was put up for sale for a total of $838,587. She also bought a house in Herefordshire/Gloucestershire border along with her fiance, Shane Warne, the famous Australian cricketer.
Elizabeth, who divorced Arun Nayar, was previously fined a sum of $100,000 in 2000, for breaking a strike to film an advertisement. Well, the sum she was fined is a huge amount.
Her 1999's Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery paid her $3,000,000. Likewise, she also received a royalty of $3,300,000 for her wedding photos that were sold to Hello! magazine.
Liz made her film debut in Aria, a 1987 anthology film. She then appeared in many other movies like EDtv, Serving Sara, Passenger 57, Danger Ground and Bedazzled.
She then got her only acting award for Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, in 1997 in the category of Showest Supporting Actress of the Year.
She was credited as the producer for two films Extreme Measures in 1996 and Mickey Blue Eyes in 1999 under the banner of Simian Films which was owned by her then-boyfriend Hugh Grant, who is now expecting his fifth child.
Hurley has also been a part of many TV shows. She was the part of Detective series Inspector Morse in 1988, which is credited as her first TV appearance. She then played the role of the main character Christabel in the 1980 five-part television drama.
Her other TV shows are The Human Face, Gossip Girl, and The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. She has also remained as the executive producer, judge, and host for Project Catwalk.
Despite having no previous experience as a model, Elizabeth was still made the spokesperson for Estée Lauder in 1995. She has featured in ads for Sensuous, Dazzling, Pleasures, Tuscany per Donna and Beautiful, Lauder's fragrance line.
Elizabeth has remained the face of the cosmetic company until she was replaced in 2001 by Carolyn Murphy. She still continues to work non-exclusively with Lauder and had signed a contract in 2010.
Likewise, she has modeled for Saloni, a departmental store, and Lancel. Her other works include her collaboration with Shiatzy Chen, MQ Clothiers, Got Milk?, Patrick Cox, Monsoon, and Jordache.
She was the seasonal campaign for Blackglama mink in 2008. She has appeared three times for the cover of British Vogue magazine.
She owns Elizabeth Hurley Beach, a beachwear line of swimwear which she launched in 2005. The company sells tunics, shorts, sarongs and kid's wear.
She also started manufacturing her own brand of food products from the raw material from her 400 acres in Gloucestershire countryside. She raises pigs, sheep, and cow at her farm and sells it across Britain.
She also has shares in Prince Charles' Duchy Original, an organic food company. Her Elizabeth Hurley Food's snack line is kept at Harrods, a London retailer.