How Much is Virginia Madsen’s Net Worth as of 2023?

Virginia Madsen Wealth

What is Virginia Madsen’s net worth?

The movie actress has amassed a net worth of $8 million.

Virginia Madsen – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $8 million
Date of birth: September 11, 1961 (62 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 165
Profession: Movie Actress
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

American actress and documentary film producer who was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in Sideways. She has also appeared in The Haunting in Connecticut and The Rainmaker. In 2019, she began starring in the DC Universe series Swamp Thing.

She attended the Ted Liss Acting Studio in Chicago.

She was hypnotized while filming Candyman so that her pupils would remain larger in certain scenes.

How Rich is Virginia Madsen
The movie actress is looking content, and why shouldn’t she with such a decent net worth?

Personal Life

She was married to actor Danny Huston from 1989 to 1992. She has a son named Jack with actor Antonio Sabato, Jr.

She starred in The Number 23 with Jim Carrey.


“Our audience is all the girls who made Britney a huge star. Those are the girls who bought the book. I didn’t read the book at first. I read the script just to see what I would think of the script and I really liked it.”

— Virginia Madsen

“Men, we don’t need you to be a knight in shining armor. We just need you to be a little bit brave, just a little bit. And some of them are, and that’s what he does.”

— Virginia Madsen

“I hope Britney doesn’t get bummed out that Lindsey is a better singer. It is not Lindsey saying it, it’s me. Lindsey would never say that. She’s an actress first. It’s just a bonus that she can dance and sing.”

— Virginia Madsen

“To me it meant, just looking at it from a Maya point of view, it meant that Paul Miles is always moving laterally in his life. And she just wants him to take a couple of steps forward, you know?”

— Virginia Madsen

“You know, we’re not on stage, we’re not doing a play, so we don’t have a relationship with the audience but going through that process and also just hearing how much people love the film, you feel like you do have a relationship with the audience.”

— Virginia Madsen

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