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Know About Canadian Stunt Woman Monique Ganderton's Net Worth and Career

Updated On 22 Aug, 2018 Published On

Monique Ganderton is an actress, stunt woman and former model from Canada, and she is widely known for her work on both TV and films. As a stuntwoman, she has doubled actresses like Kristanna Loken, Rebecca Romijn, Leelee Sobieski, Rachel Nichols, and many others. 

On the other hand, the 38-year-old as an actress has appeared in films and TV shows like The 100, Smallville, The Twilight Saga: Eclipse, X-Men Apocalypse, etc., alongside Jennifer LawrenceMichael FassbenderJames McAvoyKristen StewartRobert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner and many others. 

Here, we are going to share some information related to her net worth, salary and career achievements. 

Monique Ganderton Net Worth and Salary

When it comes to women stunt doubles in Hollywood, Monique Ganderton's name always comes on the top. Matter of fact, she is even considered one of the sexiest stuntwomen alive. 

But unfortunately, when to comes to matter like net worth and salaries, there is no information about her. For some reason, she is very confidential about her finances and loves to keep them all to herself. 

However, looking at the films and TV show she has appeared in, it is not hard to assume that her estimated net worth is around a million dollars. The movie in which she has appeared as an actress has also done quite well at the box office. 

And below we have listed down the earnings of some of the films Monique Ganderton has appeared in as an actress. 

Year Movie Global Box Office Earning
2016 X-Men: Apocalypse $543,934,787
2015 American Ultra $27,139,524
2013 Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters $226,349,749
2012 The Cabin in the Woods $66,486,080
2010 The Twilight Saga: Eclipse $698,491,347

Likewise, stunt woman cum actress Monique Ganderton's properties and assets like her cars and houses are also unknown. 

Monique Ganderton Career Achievements: Awards

To date, Monique Ganderton has only been nominated for three awards, and she has won two of them. 

 

There is so much I want to say! I am so grateful to be recognized by the Stunt Community! Taking home 2 Awards was incredible. Best fight and High work for Atomic Blonde. I really wanted to point out the epic work women are bringing to the screen. 3 of the 5 fight nominations had a female Hero! All these bad ass women inspire me everyday! . The stunt industry is Predominately Male, especially as Stunt department heads. In fact - I believe- someone correct me if I’m wrong.. but every film nominated except for Atomic Blonde (I was assistant Stunt Coordinator) and Pitch Perfect 3 ( coordinator - Jen Badger- You go Lady!) the rest were all led by men as Stunt Coordinators and fight Choreographers. This is shocking for 2018 but not shocking knowing the nature of the stunt industry. That is why I want to thank David Leitch and Sam Hargrave for giving me the opportunity to Coordinate and be part of the fight team, without batting an eye about it. I’ve worked with both of them on many films and have always had my voice heard and been an equal part in the creative process. So a huge Thanks to you both! Its directors and Coordinators like you that will be the change for us Women in Stunts. Also a huge thanks to all the Stunt Coordinators who designed these award worthy female action sequences. Please continue to see the value in pushing boundaries with female action on screen!! And don’t forget donate to thetaurusworldstuntawards.com Greg Smrz might hunt you down! #stuntcoordinator #actioninfilm #atomicblonde #taurusstuntawards #womeninfilm #charlizetheron #galgadot #wonderwomen #pitchperfect3 #taurusfoundation #rebelwilson #davidleitch #fightlikeagirl #teamstunts

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Her first ever award nomination was a Screen Actors Guild Awards under the category Outstanding Action Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture. She along with her cast members of Captain America: Civil War was nominated for the award, but they did not win it. 

Watch the trailer for Atomic Blonde.

Likewise, in 2018, she was nominated for two World Stunt Awards under the category Best High Work, and Best Fight shared with other cast members. She won both the awards for her stunts in Atomic Blonde