Vera Ann Farmiga, professionally known as Vera Farmiga, is an actress, director, and producer based in the United States. She is best known for her portrayal of Lorraine Warren in the horror film The Conjuring and its sequel The Conjuring 2. As of 2018, the actress has a net worth of $10 million and is considered one of the elite actors in the industry.
Farmiga is 45-years-old and other than The Conjuring, she has appeared in movies like Nothing But Truth, The Departed and many others alongside actors like Patrick Wilson, Joey King, Frances O'Connor, Bonnie Aarons, etc.
Here, we are going to share some details related to her net worth, salary, and career achievements.
As of 2018, Vera Farmiga has an estimated net worth of $10 million, and her fortune can be expected to increase in the following year as this year alone, she is set to appear in four movies.
Two of them, The Commuter and Boundaries have already been released while the other two The Front Runner and Skin will release soon.
Watch the trailer to The Front Runner.
According to sources, she has an annual estimated salary of $1.4 million, and she also makes an additional hundred thousand dollars through endorsements.
While this information is easily available, her exact earnings from her roles in films and TV shows are unknown.
So, below we have listed down global box office earnings of some of her movies.
|Year||Movie||Global Box Office Earning|
|2016||The Conjuring 2||$320,392,818|
Her 2018 film The Commuter which has a production budget of $40 million did quite well in the box office earning over 119 million dollars.
Watch the trailer for The Commuter.
Meanwhile, details related to her properties and assets like houses and cars are unknown.
To date, actress Vera Farmiga has been nominated for a total of 76 awards out of which, she has won 16.
Below, we have listed down all the awards she has won to date.
|2004||BendFilm Festival Awards||Down to the Bone||Jury Prize – Best Actress|
|2004||Marrakech International Film Festival Awards||Down to the Bone||Best Actress|
|2004||Sundance Film Festival Awards||Down to the Bone||Special Jury Prize for Acting|
|2005||Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards||Down to the Bone||Best Actress|
|2006||Satellite Awards||The Departed||Best Ensemble in a Motion Picture|
|2006||National Board of Review Awards||The Departed||Best Acting by an Ensemble|
|2008||British Independent Film Awards||The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas||Best Performance by an Actress|
|2009||Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards||Up in the Air||Best Supporting Actress|
|2010||Santa Barbara International Film Festival Awards||Herself||Cinema Vanguard Award|
|2010||Qantas Film and Television Awards||A Heavenly Vintage||Best Lead Actress in a Feature Film|
|2011||Provincetown International Film Festival Awards||Herself||Excellence in Acting Award|
|2011||Women's Image Network Awards||Higher Ground||Outstanding Actress – Feature Film|
|2013||Boston Film Festival Awards||At Middleton||Festival Prize – Best Actress|
|2013||Saturn Awards||Bates Motel||Best Actress on Television|
|2015||Gracie Awards||Bates Motel||Outstanding Female Actor in a Leading Role in a Drama|
|2017||People's Choice Awards||Bates Motel||Favorite Cable TV Actress|
Other than these, she also became the runner-up thrice in 2006 for Boston Society of Film Critics Awards and Dublin Film Critics' Circle Awards respectively.