Connie Britton Net Worth – What is Connie Britton Worth Now?

Connie Britton Wealth

Hos much is Connie Britton worth?

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

Connie Britton – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $12 million
Date of birth: March 6, 1967 (57 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 173
Profession: Actor, Singer, Television Producer
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Connie was born March 6, 1967 in Boston, Massachusetts. She has twin sister Cynthia. Connie’s first movie was 1995 The Brothers McMullen. She really surprised later in few revealing scenes like the one in Women in Trouble. Her latest role is Mrs. Clark in 2013 The To Do List. She is divorced and has one adoptive child.


Early Career: After graduating, she appeared in multiple off-Broadway productions, before being cast in the hit independent film, “The Brothers McMullen” in 1995. She relocated to Los Angeles, where she began appearing in guest-starring, recurring, or regular roles in such television programs as “Ellen”, “The Fugitive”, and “West Wing”. In 1996, she began co-starring as Nikki Faber on the ABC comedy “Spin City” opposite Michael J. Fox. Her character was eventually written out of the show. She then began appearing in films such as 1998’s “No Looking Back” and “The Next Big Thing.” In 2001, Britton played Shirley Temple’s unfavorable mother, Gertrude Temple, in the ABC TV movie “Child Star: The Shirley Temple Story.” In 2002, she returned to ABC and starred in the short-lived sitcom “Lost at Home.” Britton had a recurring role in the Fox thriller “24” in season five.

Personal Life

Personal Life: Connie met investment banker John Britton at the Alpha Delta House when they were both attending Dartmouth College. They moved to Manhattan together in 1989 and got married in October 1991. They divorced in 1995, but Britton kept her married name as her stage name. In November 2011, Britton adopted a son, Eyob Britton, from Ethiopia.


“I’m obsessed with ‘Thelma and Louise,’ and therefore obsessed with Callie Khouri who wrote that movie.”

— Connie Britton

“In many ways, the South can be very traditional and confining. And what is interesting to me is how women find their way around it. Those obstacles create an amazing sense of humor, of fun, and, ultimately, of integrity. The fiercest and savviest women I have ever known are the women I grew up with.”

— Connie Britton

“Sometimes my favorite directors are the ones I literally want to punch in the nose.”

— Connie Britton

“There’s something about Southern women that is so unique yet so universal. Strong southern women are allowed to be soft and feminine and have a sense of humor. But what I love about Southern women in particular is their universality.”

— Connie Britton

“Now that I have a 16-month-old son, my weekend ritual has changed – but it’s better than ever. We get up early and go for a walk on one of the hiking trails near my home in Los Angeles, then meet up with friends at a diner. There’s nothing better than sipping coffee, eating scrambled eggs, and taking three hours to do it.”

— Connie Britton