Ellen Pompeo’s Height, Quotes, Net Worth, Feet and Legs in Heels

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Ellen Pompeo in a colorful jumpsuit adorned with crystal embellishments at the 2022 People's Choice AwardsEllen Pompeo in a colorful jumpsuit adorned with crystal embellishments at the 2022 People’s Choice Awards at Barker Hangar on December 6, 2022, in Santa Monica, California (Credit: BauerGriffin / INSTARimages / Cover Images)

Best known for her role as Meredith Grey on the hit ABC medical drama Grey’s Anatomy, her net worth is estimated at $80 million.

How much does Ellen Pompeo get paid per episode of Grey’s Anatomy?

Ellen Pompeo’s salary per episode increased from $200,000 in seasons 3 and 4 to $275,000 in seasons 5 and 6, and then to $350,000 in seasons 8 and 9.

In a renegotiation for seasons 15 and 16, CBS News reported that she secured a deal for $550,000 per episode and an additional $6 million from syndication profits, which brings her total annual earnings to $19 million.

This salary boost helped her become the eighth-richest actress in 2020 and the highest-paid cast member on the show.

Ellen Pompeo Facts

Is Ellen Pompeo rich?Yes, she is a highly successful American actress with a net worth of $80 million, largely thanks to her iconic portrayal of Meredith Grey in the ABC medical drama "Grey's Anatomy."
Born:November 10, 1969, in Everett, a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
Dating:She married Chris Ivery, a music producer based in Los Angeles, in 2007
What ethnicity is Ellen Pompeo?Ellen Pompeo's father was of Italian, English, and Irish descent, having been born in Gesualdo, Italy, while her mother was of Irish ancestry.
Full Name:Ellen Kathleen Pompeo
Height:Ellen Pompeo has a height of 5ft 5 ½ (166.4 cm), which is slightly above average for an American woman.
Kids:Ellen Pompeo is a proud mother of three wonderful children. Her kids have such unique and beautiful names - Sienna May Pompeo Ivery, Eli Christopher Pompeo Ivery, and Stella Luna Pompeo Ivery.
Shoe Size:9 US / (39 EU)
Source of Wealth:Television
Weight:57 kg (126 pounds)

Inspiring Quotes by Ellen Pompeo on Body Positivity, Hollywood, and More

“Really, I don’t care if people think I’m too skinny. This is my body. If they don’t like it, screw it.”

“We’re teaching young girls that this is what they should be focusing on: rich and famous girls who are rich and famous for nothing.”

“Happiness is not that easy to achieve, but having a handsome husband, a beautiful baby, and a great job helps.”

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“I just don’t want to be self-obsessed.”

“Want is misery.”

“This is Hollywood. People don’t admit mistakes.”

“Brains don’t really smell, but what’s amazing about the brain is that it’s almost like scrambled eggs or soft tofu, almost like a gel. The brain controls so much of what we do, but you could put your finger right through it.”

“My mother came from an Irish family of 11 kids and, of course, had a sister who was a nun, so I spent time at a convent and with an aunt and uncle who lived in New York and took me to the theater.”

“It’s easy to get lost in the baby. You have to make sure you give your husband attention.”

Ellen Pompeo boosts her height and displays her feet inblack high heelsEllen Pompeo boosts her height and displays her feet inblack high heels at Welcome To ShondaLand: An Evening With Shonda Rhimes and Friends held at the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre on April 2, 2012, in North Hollywood (Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock)

“Medicine is so fascinating.”

“There’s a remarkable amount of sexism on TV. When male characters are flawed, they’re interesting, deep and complex. But when female characters are flawed, they’re just a mess. It’s good to put more flawed but interesting female characters out there because it promotes equality.”

“I don’t believe in putting on airs. I call it like I see it.”

“Learning about the way people process information and their emotions is hugely helpful to my work.”

“I am who I am, a Southie.”

“I want to teach my daughter the importance of exercising and eating healthy as she grows up.”

Ellen Pompeo with her much taller husband, Chris Ivery, at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar PartyEllen Pompeo with her much taller husband, Chris Ivery, at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on March 4, 2018, in Beverly Hills, California (Credit: DN Photography / INSTARimages)

“Acting can be an amazingly cathartic thing – especially for young girls.”
“I don’t like everybody who I see on TV.”

“If I’m bringing joy to people and entertaining people as an actor, then I should be grateful for that and act accordingly, you know?”

“The older you get the more realistic it is that you’re significant other is your significant other. I mean, you’ll always have your girlfriends or your guy friends, but the person you’re married to is usually your No. 1.”

“Cancer is something that touches everyone’s lives.”

“You know, Boston people are full of sauce.”

“Where I come from, you don’t just say, ‘Oh, I’m going to become an actor.’ Talk like that and they think you’re crazy.”

“My daily schedule is quite hectic, but I have to put my health first in order to be the best mom and wife I can be.”

“I think for any actor to say they don’t like attention is ridiculous. Of course we love attention. But getting attention is different than pretending the attention means something.”

“I just worry about the girls who look up to me. I don’t want them to think I starve myself or don’t eat, and that to be like me that’s what they have to do.”

“Being a mother is magical.”

“I didn’t have a boyfriend until I was 16, and he was eight years older. My father was furious about this 24-year-old, and I had to hide the relationship.”

“People love to watch a train wreck, I suppose.”

“You can’t really judge characters, because that’s when it gets really hard to play them.”

“Women don’t take care of themselves because they take care of everybody else.”

“Being a mother is the most fun job I’ve ever had.”

“I was never a person who was introduced to junk food.”

“I went up a pants size during my pregnancy.”

“I read a lot of nonfiction – especially books about the brain.”

“I don’t find acting to be a particularly noble way to make a living. I’m not saving anybody’s life, I’m not a teacher, I’m not working for UNICEF. I don’t think I’m some big deal.”

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