The star of Taken Trilogy, Maggie Grace got a major breakthrough from the 2002 tv movie, Murder in Greenwich. She recently appeared in the 2018 movie, The Hurricane Heist that released last February. The American born has an impressive net worth of $8 million as evaluated in 2017.
Grace has done a magnificent job in the ABC series, Lost where she portrayed Shannon Rutherford. She made around $2.5 million only from her appearance in the first two seasons of the show. However, she left the series intending to focus her career on the big screen.
Maggie Grace in Lost
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Well, let's move towards the details of the 34 years old beauty's net worth and career as well as her earnings and salary for her best-known roles.
Maggie Grace: Net worth and Salary
Grace bagged around $900K million from her role in the first installment of the Taken film series while the lead actor, Liam Nesson had a splendid income of $10 million. Likewise, the film collected over $226.8 million worldwide against its budget of $25 million.
The sequel to the film was even more successful and was able to bank $375 million at the box office. Grace's salary was $1.5 million which reached $2.5 million for the third installment of the film that was released in 2014. During that year, Grace net worth peaked to $4 million.
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In 2017, Grace appeared with Arnold Schwarzenegger in the drama thriller, AfterMath and also was cast in the Blake Robbin's The Scent of Rain and Lightning. She bagged over $1.7 million that year only from these two movies making her net worth $8 million, as we mentioned earlier.
Maggie Grace: Early Career
Grace made her acting debut in the 2001 web series, Rachel's Room which was created by Paul Stupin. She made several television appearances during her early career finally landing doing Murder in Greenwich for which she got nominated for a Young Artist Award.
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Later in 2005, she starred opposite Tom Welling in the remake of 1980 horror film, The Fog originally featuring Jamie Lee Curtis. The same year, she was also shortlisted for the role of Kitty Pryde in the Marvel's superhero film, X-Men: Last Stand which was portrayed by Ellen Page.
Later, Grace appeared with Alec Baldwin in the 2007 independent film Suburban Girl and also appeared opposite Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz in Knight and Day. Moreover, her best-known roles include the 2010 action film Faster. Moreover, she is also known for her guest appearance in the Showtime series, Californication.