Naomi Watts Net Worth: Paid $275,000 Per Episode of Gypsy

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While HBO announced in October 2019 that it had canceled her highly anticipated Game of Thrones prequel, Naomi Watts has several interesting projects lined up.

Previously best known as Nicole Kidman’s less successful close friend, the British actress and film producer became famous and earned an impressive net worth in the early 2000s with films like King Kong (2005), Mulholland Drive (2001), The Ring (2002), and 21 Grams (2003).

Naomi Watts and Kristi Yamaguchi attending the 2020 Gold Meets Golden EventNaomi Watts and Kristi Yamaguchi attending the 2020 Gold Meets Golden Event at the Virginia Robinson Gardens & Estate in Los Angeles on January 4, 2020

Twice nominated for an Oscar as Best Actress for “21 Grams” and “The Impossible”, she also achieved success with television series like Sleepwalkers, Gypsy, Twin Peaks, The Loudest Voice, and Dangerous Beauty.

According to Variety, she was paid $275,000 per episode for her role as Jean Holloway in Gypsy, an American psychological thriller web television series created by Lisa Rubin for Netflix that was canceled after one season.

Naomi Watts was paid $275,000 for her role as clinical psychologist Jean Holloway in GypsyNaomi Watts was paid $275,000 for her role as clinical psychologist Jean Holloway in Gypsy, an American psychological thriller web television series created by Lisa Rubin for Netflix

Her other recent films include Birdman (2014), for which she won a Screen Actors Guild Award as part of the cast, St. Vincent (2014), While We’re Young (2015), the Divergent franchise (2015–2016), and Luce (2019). She currently has an estimated net worth of approximately $30 million.

Naomi Watts, pictured with Laura Dern and Gwendoline Christie, has a net worth of $30 millionNaomi Watts, pictured with Laura Dern and Gwendoline Christie, has a net worth of $30 million

In September 2015, Naomi Watts looked overwhelmed by ruffles as she walked the red carpet at the Demolition premiere and opening night gala of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.

Naomi Watts attends the premiere of "Demolition" during the opening night gala of the 2015 Toronto International Film FestivalNaomi Watts attends the premiere of “Demolition” during the opening night gala of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival held September 10, 2015, at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto

She was joined at the Roy Thomson Hall by co-stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Cooper, Judah Lewis, and Heather Lind, as well as director Jean-Marc Vallee.

Naomi Watts drowns in beige-colored ruffles as she poses on the red carpet of the Toronto International Film FestivalNaomi Watts drowns in beige-colored ruffles as she poses on the red carpet of the Toronto International Film Festival

The then 46-year-old British actress donned a high-neck gown from the Balmain Resort 2016 collection.

Her tiered nude gown featured randomly placed ruffles, which seemed to drown her figure.

Naomi Watts grasps a box clutch from Lee Savage and flaunts one of her two gold cuffs from Tiffany & Co.Naomi Watts grasps a box clutch from Lee Savage and flaunts one of her two gold cuffs from Tiffany & Co.

Naomi carried an amazing gold boxy Lee Savage clutch and showed off gold cuffs from Tiffany & Co. on both of her wrists.

She completed the outfit with a pair of beige open-toe pumps from Gianvito Rossi.

Naomi Watts matches her nude Gianvito Rossi heels to her nude ruffled dress on the red carpetNaomi Watts matches her nude Gianvito Rossi heels to her nude ruffled dress on the red carpet

Do you think Naomi pulled off this outfit? You can find the latest shoes from Gianvito Rossi at Bergdorf Goodman, Nordstrom, and Farfetch.

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