Demi Moore Net Worth

Net Worth: $150 Million

  • Full Name: Demi Gene Guynes
  • Born: 11/11/1962
  • Place of Birth: Roswell, New Mexico United States of America
  • Occupation: Actress, Model, Producer
  • Marital Status: Divorced

Demi Moore Net Worth History

Demi Moore got her start very early in life, having quit school at the age of sixteen to become a pin-up girl. Her extreme success in movies, both early in life and later in life, contributed to the Demi Moore net worth of today. However, the fact that she has been married and divorced three times and managed to get money in the divorces has also certainly helped at least somewhat. Many people today forget that Demi Moore was actually one of the original members of the 1980s ‘Brat Pack,’ which was a group of stars that made the teen movies of the 1980s what they were. However, apart from Robert Lowe, Demi Moore is more or less one of the only stars from the Brat Pack who went on to have a major Hollywood career. Demi Moore was briefly the highest-paid actress in film history with the 1996 film Striptease. While that film was a critical and commercial failure, Demi Moore did go on to continue to have a successful film career. She still managed to receive 2 million dollars for her role in the 2003 film Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle.

About Demi Moore

Demi Moore is still one of the most recognizable names in Hollywood, although her career has gone through strange ups and downs. Her career has always been dogged by controversy, especially because of the sexual nature of a good portion of her roles and her presentation. Naturally, the sexuality of her roles looks fairly tame by today’s standards, and many people today will not immediately grasp the controversies behind some of her career moves. Still, films like Striptease did manage to derail Demi Moore’s very promising career, setting her back for a good decade before she managed to make a comeback during the 2000s. Her personal life, for better or for worse, is just as famous today as a good portion of her films. Her relationship with Ashton Kutcher, which was ultimately a doomed relationship, dominated the press for a long time. Demi Moore herself probably did not manage to benefit substantially from that media involvement, even though her divorce from Kutcher was more profitable than some people might anticipate.

The fact that she managed to star in classic films like Disney’s Hunchback of Notre Dame and the 1990 sleeper hit Ghost has been good for her enduring popularity. Some of her films, like G.I. Jane, have actually aged relatively well, causing a lot of people to become warmer to them than they initially were. Naturally, the Brat Pack films that she starred in back in the 1980s have become classics today as well, with the new generation adopting them as if they were their own, allowing Demi Moore to have something of an enduring popularity among the new generations who will continue to be exposed to her work.