Amanda Seyfried Net Worth 2018: How Much Is She Worth Now?

Amanda Seyfried has worn pink on Wednesdays, written letters to John and taken on the French Revolution through song.  Bouncing between television and film, and spanning a variety of genres–from comedy and chick flicks to crime dramas and science fiction–Seyfried, 32, is a talented lady with an incredibly diverse acting portfolio.  She has played a variety of parts throughout her long and eventful career.

Amanda Seyfried Net Worth as of 2018: $10 million

Let’s take a look and see how she got to this point!

Early Life

Amanda Seyfried was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where she spent her childhood.  Inspired after watching Romeo and Juliet (1996) with her father, Seyfried decided that she wanted to become an actress at age 10.  As a high school student, she became involved with theatre and her love of acting grew from there.  In addition to being onstage, she modeled and took voice lessons.

When Seyfried was 15 years old, a recurring role in the soap opera As The World Turns marked the beginning of her professional career.  Throughout the next couple of years, she continued to make appearances in soap operas, including All My Children, and planned to attend Fordham University after her high school graduation.


Seyfried’s big break came along with landing a role in Tina Fey’s Mean Girls, which came out in 2004.  Though she originally auditioned for the roles of Regina George and Cady Heron, producers ultimately decided that Seyfried would be better suited to play the ditzy Karen Smith.

After this breakthrough, Seyfried continued to land film roles, including parts in American Gun (2005), Nine Lives (2005), and Alpha Dog (2006).

She also continued to work in television.  Seyfried was in many episodes of UPN’s Veronica Mars from 2004 to 2006, ABC Family’s Wildfire in 2006 and HBO’s Big Love in 2006.  She also made appearances in several other shows, including NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2004), Fox’s House (2005), and CBS’s CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2006).


Seyfried’s film career developed further once she landed a major role in Mamma Mia, which was released in 2008.  In the following years, she continued to see plenty of screen time in movies like Jennifer’s Body (2009), Chloe (2009), Dear John (2010), Letters to Juliet (2010), and Red Riding Hood (2011).

It is impressive that Seyfried was able to find this much time to spend on film because she continued to play the part of Sarah Henrickson on Big Love from its pilot in 2006 to 2011.  There were movie roles that Seyfried had to turn down because of scheduling conflicts with the show–but it seems like she was still able to take on plenty of opportunities!


During this time, Seyfried decided to focus primarily on film rather than television.  In 2012, she took on the iconic role of Cosette in Les Misérables, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture.

Seyfried appeared in many other films throughout this time in her career.  She starred in a mystery thriller called Gone (2012) and then mixed things up by appearing in the comedies, such as The Big Wedding (2013) and Ted 2 (2015).  Seyfried even decided to try out voice acting in an animated film called Epic (2013).


In 2017, Seyfried made her return to television by acting in Showtime’s revival of the ABC series Twin Peaks.

Seyfried acted in a variety of movies that were released in 2017, including The Last Word, The Clapper, and First Reformed.

Though 2018 is not even halfway over, she has already done a lot this year.  Seyfried is in the crime comedy film Gringo and stars in the science fiction thriller film Anon, which Netflix just released on May 4.

She reprises her role as Sophie in Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again on July 20.

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