Jim Carrey's ex-girlfriend Ellen Pompeo Net Worth 2022

Ellen Pompeo Net Worth


Ellen Pompeo Net Worth
Ellen Pompeo Net Worth

According to Uswhispers Ellen Pompeo Net Worth $80 Million American actress Ellen Pompeo has an estimated net worth of $80 million. The ABC medical drama "Grey's Anatomy," in which Ellen Pompeo played Meredith Grey, is undoubtedly her most well-known work. Ellen became one of the world's highest-paid actresses thanks to that role. She receives a $550,000 per episode fee for the part, PLUS syndication royalties and earnings, which brings in almost $20 million annually.


Early Years

In Everett, Massachusetts, on November 10, 1969, Ellen Kathleen Pompeo was born. Her parents, Joseph and Kathleen Pompeo, raised her in the Catholic faith. Sadly, when Ellen was just five years old, her mother overdosed on painkillers and died at age 33. Soon after, her father got remarried. The youngest of five children—three sisters and two brothers—is Ellen.


Early Career in Acting

Ellen relocated to Miami in the middle of the 1990s, where she worked as a bartender. She then relocated to New York City in 1995 to pursue a modelling career with a boyfriend. She was spotted by a casting director while she was in New York and offered to take part in several commercials for Citibank and L'Oreal. In 1996, she made her television debut as a guest role on NBC's "Law & Order." Her first role in a major motion picture was in the 1999 film "Coming Soon." In 2000, she made another appearance on "Law & Order."


In 2001, Pompeo relocated to Los Angeles and acted in the motion picture "Mambo Cafe." When she was chosen to play Jake Gyllenhaal's sympathetic love interest in the 2002 film "Moonlight Mile," it was a turning point in her career. Critics were drawn to her performance, and several reviewers noted that she was deemed deserving of an Academy Award consideration. She had an appearance in "Catch Me If You Can" in 2002. She starred in the Will Ferrell and Luke Wilson comedy "Old School" in 2003. In the 2004 film "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind," she then played Naomi, Jim Carrey's ex-girlfriend; however, her parts were ultimately deleted from the final product. Pompeo portrayed Karen Page in the 2003 Marvel film "Daredevil."


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