Aunjanue L. Ellis is an American actress and producer best known for her portrayal of Yule May Davis in The Help alongside Emma Stone, Jessica Chastain, and many others. She has an estimated net worth of $5.5 million and has an exceedingly flourished acting career.
Born on 21st February 1969, the 49-years-old also has numerous awards to date and also has been nominated for the prestigious Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Let's find out more about her properties, salary, career achievements, and awards.
Aunjanue Ellis Net Worth and Salary
Ellis has an estimated net worth of $5.5 million, but when it comes to the topic, situations are very complicated. Her total assets differ from each source which makes it very confusing. Her net worth can be seen ranging from thousand dollars to multi-million dollars.
However, taking a closer look at her earnings and annual salary, her total assets marks to be worth around $5.5 million.
Likewise, her annual salary is $1 million approx. On the other hand, Height Line claims that she is worth $245 million and that she made a jaw-dropping $82 million in the year 2015-2016.
The massive confusion about the net worth might be because of the confidentiality she maintains when it comes to these matters and also her active participation as an actress in film, TV shows and stages at the same times can also be considered another reason.
Watch the trailer for her notable film The Help.
Meanwhile, Ellis' total value and salary are not the only things which she has kept a secret. There are also no reports about her assets and properties mainly houses and cars.
She is also not active on social media, and the only social she uses is Twitter where she loves to retweet posts at times.
Aunjanue Ellis Career Achievements: Awards
Ellis is indeed an elite actress, and to date, she has won 10 awards and also is nominated for ten awards.
One of her first awards nominations was for her role in Men of Horror. In 2001, she was nominated for an Image Awards as Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture.
Also, her first award win was for The Help, which is obviously one of her most notable works. In 2011, she along with her other cast members won Women Film Critics Circle Awards under the category Women's Work/Best Ensemble.
For the same role, she and her cast members also won the Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards under the same category.
Below we have listed down all her awards win to date.
|2011||Women Film Critics Circle Awards (Shared with other cast members)||The Help||Women's Work/Best Ensemble|
|2011||Southeastern Film Critics Association Awards (Shared with other cast members)||The Help||Best Ensemble|
|2011||Satellite Awards (Shared with other cast members)||The Help||Best Ensemble, Motion Picture|
|2011||National Board of Review, USA (Shared with other cast members)||The Help||Best Acting by an Ensemble|
|2011||Hollywood Film Awards (Shared with other cast members)||The Help||Ensemble of the Year|
|2013||Black Reel Awards||Abducted: The Carlina White Story||Outstanding Television or Mini-Series Performance, Female|
|2014||Newport Beach Film Festival||Una Vida: A Fable of Music and the Mind||Best Actress|
|2014||American Black Film Festival||Una Vida: A Fable of Music and the Mind||Best Performance by an Actress|
|2016||Canadian Screen Awards, CA||The Book of Negroes||Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Limited Series|
|2016||Gracie Allen Awards||The Book of Negroes||Outstanding Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama Special|
This is the list of all the award she has won to date, but as we have already mentioned above, she has also been nominated for many other awards like Screen Actors Guild Awards.
We wish her further success in the days to come.