Aaron Eckhart Net Worth – What is Aaron Eckhart Worth Now?

Aaron Eckhart Net Worth

Hos much is Aaron Eckhart worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $12 million.

Aaron Eckhart – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $12 million
Date of birth: March 12, 1968 (56 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 183
Profession: Actor, Film Producer
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Aaron Eckhart is an American actor best known for his roles as Harvey Dent, also known as Two Face, in The Dark Knight (2008), George in Erin Brockovich (2000), SSGT Michael Nantz in Battle Los Angeles (2011), and as Nick Naylor in the film, Thank You for Smoking (2005), for which he received a Golden Globe nomination. His other movie credits include The Core, The Missing, Paycheck, Rabbit Hole, Sully, and I, Frankenstein. Born as Aaron Edward Eckhart in Cupertino, California, Michelle moved to the United Kingdom when he was 13. He is the son of Mary Martha Eckhart, a children’s book author, and James Conrad Eckhart, a computer executive. He has two older brothers, James and Adam. He is of German descent on his father’s side, and of English, Scottish, German, and Northern Irish (Scots-Irish) descent on his mother’s side. He was engaged to actress Emily Cline, but separated from her in 1998. He was also in a relationship with musician Kristyn Osborn.


While attending BYU, Eckhart appeared in “Godly Sorrow,” a Mormon-themed film. Around this time, he met playwright Neil LaBute, who cast him in some of his plays. Aaron moved to New York City after college, got an agent, and found work as a bartender, construction worker, and bus driver. He began starring in commercials, and in 1992, he appeared in the TV movie “Double Jeopardy.” The following year, he had a small role in the thriller “Slaughter of the Innocents,” and in 1994, he was an extra on “Beverly Hills, 90210.” In 1997, LaBute cast him as Chad in the film adaptation of his play “In the Company of Men,” and Eckhart earned an Independent Spirit Award for his performance. He teamed up LaBute again in 1998’s “Your Friends & Neighbors,” 2000’s “Nurse Betty,” and 2002’s “Possession.” Aaron appeared in the films “Thursday” (1998), “Molly” (1999), and “Tumble” (2000), and he played Nick Crozier in 1999’s “Any Given Sunday.” He co-starred with Julia Roberts in 2000’s “Erin Brockovich,” which grossed $256.3 million at the box office and received an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Motion Picture – Drama.

Personal Life

Aaron began a relationship with actress Emily Cline while the two were filming “In the Company of Men,” and though they became engaged, they split up in 1998. Eckhart later dated SHeDAISY’s Kristyn Osborn and appeared in the band’s music video for the 2005 single “I’m Taking the Wheel.” Aaron quit smoking and drinking with the help of hypnosis, and in a 2007 interview with “The Guardian,” he stated, “Right now, if you asked me which one would I rather do, I wouldn’t want to do either. I smoked when I got up and I smoked when I went to bed. Now I have a cup of coffee in the mornings. I feel better, cleaner, and I think I’m a friendlier person.”


“Some movies I see today have the most dramatic plot points but the actors are not playing them dramatically.”

— Aaron Eckhart

“There are different reasons to make movies.”

— Aaron Eckhart

“Directors, producers can make you look good or make you look bad.”

— Aaron Eckhart

“I would like to direct.”

— Aaron Eckhart

“You never really know as an actor; it’s completely out of your control, in terms of editing, and music, and film stock, shot selection, and what takes they use.”

— Aaron Eckhart