Rose McGowan Net Worth – What is Rose McGowan Worth Now?

How Rich is Rose McGowan

Hos much is Rose McGowan worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $3 million.

Rose McGowan – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $3 million
Date of birth: September 5, 1973 (50 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 163
Profession: Actor, Singer
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Rose was born September 5, 1973 in Florence, Tuscany, Italy. She has French and Irish ancestry. She is mos famous as Paige Matthews from Charmed. But her countless TV roles include Marique in Conan The Barbarian, Dr. Theodora ‘Teddy’ Rowe in Nip/Tuck, and Ariel in 2013 movie The Tell-Tale Heart.


McGowan made her acting debut in 1990 with an uncredited role in the film “Class of 1999” and a guest-starring role on the TV series “True Colors.” In 1992, she appeared in “Encino Man” alongside Pauly Shore, and she co-starred with him again in 1996’s “Bio-Dome.” Rose landed the lead role in the 1995 film “The Doom Generation,” earning an Independent Spirit Award nomination for her performance. In 1996, she starred as Tatum Riley in the hit Wes Craven slasher film “Scream,” which grossed $173 million at the box office. McGowan followed the success of “Scream” with roles in the films “Going All the Way” (1997), “Southie” (1998), “Phantoms” (1998), “Ready to Rumble” (2000), and “Monkeybone” (2001), and in 1999, she played Courtney Shayne in the teen comedy “Jawbreaker,” a role that earned her an MTV Movie Award nomination. From 2001 to 2006, she starred as Paige Matthews on The WB’s “Charmed,” appearing in 112 episodes of the series. While starring on “Charmed,” Rose appeared in the films “Stealing Bess” (2002) and “Roads to Riches” (2002) and portrayed Ann-Margret in the CBS miniseries “Elvis” (2005). In 2006, she briefly appeared in the film “The Black Dahlia,” and in 2007, she starred in both “Grindhouse” films, playing Cherry Darling in Robert Rodriguez’s “Planet Terror” and Pam in Quentin Tarantino’s “Death Proof.” McGowan also performed the songs “Two Against the World,” “You Belong to Me,” and “Useless Talent #32” on the “Planet Terror” soundtrack.

Personal Life

In the early ’90s, Rose was involved with a man named William who put so much pressure on her to lose weight that she developed an eating disorder. She ended the relationship in early 1993 after she met music executive Brett Cantor. McGowan and Cantor began a romantic relationship, but sadly, Brett was murdered in in July 1993; as of this writing, the murder still has not been solved.


“I’m not attracted to dangerous men. I’m attracted, apparently, to height. One ex was 6’6; the one before was 6’4, then 6’3. I like freakishly tall people.”

— Rose McGowan

“Women’s rights are women’s rights. One of the things that woke me up was equal pay. I started thinking about it: Who is the leader of women? Take me to your leader. And there were no leaders.”

— Rose McGowan

“I would like Obama to be tougher on going up against the Republicans, I don’t think he should try to be so moderate.”

— Rose McGowan

“I realized a career is built as much on what you don’t do as what you do do.”

— Rose McGowan

“There was a story that I was in a shoe shop and that I threw a pair of flip flops at the wall, shouting, ‘I can’t believe how overpriced these are!’ I thought, ‘Gosh, if I’m gonna take a big stand on something I would hope it would be for more than flip flops!'”

— Rose McGowan