Asa Butterfield Net Worth – What is Asa Butterfield Worth Now?

Asa Butterfield Wealth

What is Asa Butterfield’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $5 million.

Asa Butterfield – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $5 million
Date of birth: April 1, 1997 (27 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 178
Profession: Actor
Nationality: British

Biography – A Short Wiki

Having started his acting career through the theater at age 7, Asa Butterfield made his on-screen debut with TV drama After Thomas in 2006 while his big-screen debut came in the following year with the comedy film, Son of Rambow. His first major success came with an award nominated performance in the 2008 film The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. Since then, Asa has gone on to star in critically and commercially successful movies like Hugo, Ender’s Game and Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. For his outstanding performances in various films, the actor has been nominated for several major awards till now. Aside from acting, Butterfield has a keen interest in music as well while also enjoys playing video games a lot.


“I don’t like to set myself goals because then you might fail to reach them. I just go with the flow.”

— Asa Butterfield

“For me, not just the character of ‘Ender’, but the whole world is so beautifully crafted in the novel that I wasn’t sure how it could be brought to the screen – but Gavin has done it justice, and he’s done it amazingly.”

— Asa Butterfield

“One of the things that I really enjoyed playing with Ender was how he’s constantly struggling between his brother and his sister. It’s like he’s got two sides to him. And I’ve always wanted to play a darker character, and in this film and in the novel, Ender has his moments where he isn’t a glorified hero.”

— Asa Butterfield

“When you have a book as material as it is, it’s a lot easier to create a character because you have so many resources to draw upon when acting.”

— Asa Butterfield

“People think when you’re moving in Zero-G, it’s like moving in jelly. But it’s not. You’re completely free to move however fast as you want.”

— Asa Butterfield