What is Gina Torres’ Net Worth?

Gina Torres Net Worth

What is Gina Torres’ net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $15 million.

Gina Torres – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $15 million
Date of birth: April 25, 1969 (55 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 178
Profession: Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Gina was born April 25, 1969 in Manhattan, New York. She’s married to a famous actor Laurence Fishburne since 2002. They have one kid. Torres had smaller roles on various sci-fi and fantasy shows, such as Xena: Warrior Princess, Angel, The Vampire Diaries. She became famous as Zoe on Firefly and Jessica Pearson on Suits. In 2015, Gina is starring as Natalie on new TV series Revenge.


Torres has been featured in a lot of series and movies in her acting career; this are some of them: in 2004 she appeared in 24 seasons three for seven episodes, she appeared in Firefly a firefox series which was short-lived though, she appeared in Standoff, I Think I Love My Wife with Chris Rock, Washington Field, a castle in 2013, In 2013 she also was the character of Jessica Pearson in the legal Drama Suits which was aired by the USA network.

Personal Life

Torres got married to famous actor Laurence Fishburne on 22 September 2002, and they got engaged in February 2001. Their union was blessed with one daughter, who was born in 2007. they separation was announced by Gina in 2017, their divorce was filed in February 2017 and finalized on 11 May 2018.


“I love the chess game that I do on ‘Suits.’ I just love every bit of it and that I get to do it.”

— Gina Torres

“I think the public doesn’t understand the rigors of shooting a show for an actor, much less when you’re on location and away from home.”

— Gina Torres

“I certainly came up in an era where women were really making strides and making a point to beat down doors and find their place and crash through the glass ceiling.”

— Gina Torres

“My view of myself doesn’t change. I know who I am. I’m Cuban American; both my parents are Cuban – one was a little browner than the other one. That’s who I am. I feel sorry that it’s taken so long for the film industry to figure it out and to catch up.”

— Gina Torres

“It’s important to have strong images of women out there, women who aren’t afraid of expressing themselves, women who aren’t afraid of taking chances, women who aren’t afraid of their own power.”

— Gina Torres