What is Imogen Poots’ Net Worth?

Imogen Poots Net Worth

Hos much is Imogen Poots worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $2 million.

Imogen Poots – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $2 million
Date of birth: June 3, 1989 (34 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 163
Profession: Actor, Model
Nationality: British

Biography – A Short Wiki

The initial intention of Imogen Poots was to become a veterinary surgeon but after fainting at a surgery site during work experience, she decided to switch career and moved towards acting. After making her on-screen debut in the early 2000s, she first rose to fame through her performance in the 2007 horror film, 28 Weeks Later. Since doing so, Imogen has remained highly active in the film industry and garnered further international fame through prominent roles in movies like Jimi: All Is by My Side, Filth, Frank & Lola, and Need for Speed. Having established a successful film career, Poots has turned her attention towards television as well and landed her first major role in the 2016 series Roadies. With all this success, one thing that makes her career even more amazing is that Imogen Poots has never actually undergone any formal acting training and developed her skills through practical apprenticeship.

How Rich is Imogen Poots
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Personal Life

She was born in Hammersmith, London. Her father is a TV producer and she has an older brother named Alex. She became engaged to actor James Norton in February 2022.

She played a young Valerie Page in the acclaimed 2006 drama V for Vendetta, starring Natalie Portman.


“It’s kind of funny, with all of the different outlets that come from acting that you could try, I would love to direct and kind of be involved in art direction, too.”

— Imogen Poots

“I’m a big Johnny Cash girl. And I love singers like Laura Marling and Joanna Newsom.”

— Imogen Poots

“I do think ‘All Is by My Side’ is the type of film I’m the most happiest.”

— Imogen Poots

“I was about 14 when I started with a theater group; it was like a stage group on the weekends alongside school. And it was run by a group of guys who’d been to drama school themselves in London. So they introduced us to techniques that they’d learn about, and they kind of informed us about improvisation and screenwriting and all of that stuff.”

— Imogen Poots

“I find the aristocratic parts of London so unattractive and angular; the architecture is so white and gated. But in New York, it’s different – even uptown it’s really grand, and there’s no real segregation there. It’s all mixed up.”

— Imogen Poots