Robin Wright Net Worth

How Rich is Robin Wright

What is Robin Wright’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $65 million.

Robin Wright – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $65 million
Date of birth: April 8, 1966 (58 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 168
Profession: Actor, Businessperson, Film Producer, Model, Singer, Spokesperson
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Robin was born April 8, 1966 in Dallas, Texas. She was married twice. From her second marriage with famous actor Sean Penn, Wright has hot daughter Dylan Penn, that inherited her beauty and became famous model and actress herself. Wright played in many movies, including The Playboys, Forrest Gump, Virgin, and Beowulf. In 1980, Robin played Kelly Capwell on TV series Santa Barbara. More recently, Wright gained many fans as Claire Underwood in House of Cards. She’s starring in this show also in 2014.


Robin Wright was born in 1966 in Dallas, Texas. Her mother, Gayle, was a cosmetics saleswoman, while her father, Freddie, worked at a pharmaceutical company. Wright was brought up in San Diego, California, where she attended La Jolla High School. Later, she went to Taft High School in the Woodland Hills area of Los Angeles.

Robin Wright Net Worth
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Personal Life

In 1986, Wright wed actor Dane Witherspoon, whom she had met earlier on the set of “Santa Barbara.” The two divorced in 1988. The next year, Wright started seeing actor Sean Penn, who had just divorced Madonna. Wright and Penn married in 1991, and subsequently had a daughter, Dylan Frances, and a son, Hopper Jack. However, their relationship was on and off, and a divorce was finalized in 2010. In 2012, Wright began dating actor Ben Foster; although they were engaged twice, they never wed. Later, in 2018, Wright was betrothed to Saint Laurent executive Clément Giraudet.


“Running gets everything done, doesn’t it? Covers it all.”

— Robin Wright

“I wish I were stronger in areas. Not so consumed or distracted.”

— Robin Wright

“I think the inception of my interest in arts was when I was around 9 or 10 and I started dancing. I was really convinced that I was going to go to New York and be onstage in ‘A Chorus Line.'”

— Robin Wright

“I’ve been told I’ve done a lot of flop movies. And I think, ‘Wow, I’ve never considered them flops!’ I’ve loved every character I played.”

— Robin Wright

“I grew up very fast as a young girl, but I grew slowly into my womanhood.”

— Robin Wright