Catherine Zeta-Jones Net Worth

Catherine Zeta-Jones Wealth

What is Catherine Zeta-Jones’ net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $150 million.

Catherine Zeta-Jones – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $150 million
Date of birth: September 25, 1969 (54 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 169
Profession: Actor, Dancer, Singer, Spokesperson
Nationality: Welsh

Biography – A Short Wiki

Catherine was September 25, 1969 in Swansea, Wales, UK. She has two brothers. Her movie debut was 1990 French movie Les 1001 Nuits. This film included almost nude scenes of her body that started her career perfectly – young Catherine appeared as Scheherazade with her slim figure was covered only by sea shell and two starfishes over her breasts that were probably A cup sized back then. Her most popular roles are in The Mask of Zorro, Entrapment and Chicago musical, where she played Velma Kelly and appeared together with other stars such as Renee Zellweger and Lucy Liu.


By the time Zeta-Jones was 15 years old, she had dropped out of school to pursue an acting career in London. During this period, she also studied musical theatre in an independent art school. By the time Catherine was 17, she had become an understudy for the lead actress in a West End production of “42nd Street.” When the two first-choice actresses couldn’t perform, she was able to step in and play the role for the next two years.


“When I first met Sean Connery he was as charming and wonderful as I first anticipated. I left Rome thinking: even if I don’t do this, at least I have had a day with Sean.”

— Catherine Zeta-Jones

“Everyone knows we get paid a lot of money, so why pretend otherwise?”

— Catherine Zeta-Jones

“It’s true, I don’t like the whole cutoff-shorts-and-T-shirt look, but I think you can look fantastic in casual clothes.”

— Catherine Zeta-Jones

“I grew up in a small, strictly-Catholic fishing village on the coast of Wales. The people there have a different attitude to life than those in Hollywood – people stick together more.”

— Catherine Zeta-Jones

“To make it more familiar to me, I ended up treating my swordplay scenes like choreography. So it was, ‘One and two and three and four and five, and turn and step and down and up and lunge.'”

— Catherine Zeta-Jones