How Much is Juliette Lewis’ Net Worth as of 2023?

How Rich is Juliette Lewis

Hos much is Juliette Lewis worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $10 million.

Juliette Lewis – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $10 million
Date of birth: June 21, 1973 (50 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 168
Profession: Actor, Musician, Singer, Voice Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Juliette was born June 21, 1973 in Los Angeles, California. She dropped out of high school. In early nineties, Lewis dated Brad Pitt. She married Steve Berra in 1999 but the couple divorced few years later. Juliette played in National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Husbands and Wives, Due Date, and many other movies. In 2015, she’ll appear on Wayward Pines and Secrets and Lies.


Early Career: Lewis’ first credited appearance on film was in the 1987 television movie “Home Fires,” and in the same year, she was cast in the television show “I Married Dora,” which ran for one season. The following year she was featured in a couple episodes of television show “Facts of Life” and in the film “My Stepmother Is an Alien,” which starred Dan Ackroyd and Kim Bassinger. In 1989, she was in the science fiction comedy “Meet the Hollowheads,” the comedy “The Running Kind,” the Christmas-themed comedy “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation,” and she made guest appearances on the show “The Wonder Years.” She starred alongside Brad Pitt in the 1990 television movie “Too Young to Die?,” which was loosely based on the case of Attina Marie Cannaday who murdered and kidnapped a US Air Force Sergeant. She was sixteen at the time of filming and had recently been arrested for underage drinking in a bar.

Juliette Lewis Wealth
The actor is looking content, and why shouldn’t she with such a decent net worth?

Personal Life

Personal Life: Lewis has been a member of the Church of Scientology since the early 1990s, but she has maintained that she is not a believer in the doctrine of Scientology. She has emphasized that she is a Christian who practices Scientology. She is a supporter of the nonprofit Little Kids Rock, which aims to provide education in music and the performing arts to disadvantaged k-12 schools.


“I knew I could live no other way, that the one thing I wanted was to act and do it well.”

— Juliette Lewis

“Whatever I do, I’m always struggling to create a visceral experience. With my music, I’m more of a live performer these days. And film is such a different thing. It’s where people sit in a dark theater. I want them to feel me as viscerally as if they were at a live show.”

— Juliette Lewis

“For me, a spiritual and existential crisis is the same thing in that your foundation gets rocked.”

— Juliette Lewis

“I’ve never been like Angelina Jolie, who at one time was spewing out this prototype Bad Girl stuff for people to consume. I’ve never boxed myself in that way. People can create boxes for me by all means, but it doesn’t mean I’m going to step inside them.”

— Juliette Lewis

“It always surprises me when people say, ‘I don’t regret one thing about my life. I wouldn’t change anything because it’s all led me to where I am today.’ I would want to change certain things that have caused others pain.”

— Juliette Lewis