Kristen Stewart Net Worth


Kristen Stewart Net Worth $75 Million. Kristen Jaymes Stewart is an American actress and director. The world’s highest-paid actress in 2012, she has received various accolades, including a British Academy Film Award and a César Award, in addition to nominations for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award.

Kristen Stewart Net Worth
Kristen Stewart Net Worth

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Kristen Stewart Biography

Name: Kristen Stewart
Salary: 70 Crore +
Monthly Income: 6 Crore +
Date of Birth: April 9, 1990
Gender: Female
Height: 1.65 M (5′ 5″)
Profession: American Actress
Nationality: American

Kristen Stewart Net Worth

The net worth of Kristen Steward is estimated to be around $75 million. The majority of the wealth is generated from the Twilight movies. She was paid $12.5 million each for the final two Twilight movies. She was paid $7 million for Charlie’s Angels released in 2019.

Net Worth (2022) $75 Million
Profession American actress
Monthly Income And Salary $5,00,000 +
Yearly Income $6 Million +
Last Updated 2022

Early Life

Kristen Stewart was born in Los Angeles, California on the 9th of April, 1990. Stewart began working as an actor at the age of 9. She gained attention in 2002 when she starred in her debut movie Panic Room, which helped her achieve a Young Artist Award nomination. Both of Stewart’s parents work in the entertainment industry. Her father is a television producer and her mother is a script supervisor and has also directed a film entitled K-11. Stewart attended local schools until the seventh grade. After her graduation, she pursued her career as an actress. Also Read Anna Kendrick Net Worth

Personal Life

Kristen Stewart identifies as bisexual and has dated both men and women, from her Twilight costar Robert Pattinson to songwriter and guitarist Annie Clark (better known as St. Vincent). She’s also devoted some of her time to philanthropic efforts, including a reported 15-minute meeting with an anonymous Middle Eastern prince that raised half a million dollars towards Hurricane Sandy relief.


Here are some of the best highlights of Kristen Stewart’s career:

  • The Panic Room 2002
  • Catch That Kid 2004
  • Into The Wild 2007
  • Twilight 2008
  • People’s Choice Award Favorite Movie Actress 2010 – Won
  • Scream Awards Best Fantasy Actress ‘The Twilight movies’ 2009-2010 – Won
  • The Runaways 2010
  • BAFTA Rising Star Award 2010 – Won
  • Snow White and the Huntsman 2012
  • Camp X-Ray 2014
  • Equals 2015
  • Teen Choice Awards Favorite Drama Actress 2015 – Nominated
  • Personal Shopper 2016
  • Come Swim Short film 2017
  • Saturday Night live 2017
  • Ellen Degeneres Show 2017
  • Lizzie 2018
  • Underwater 2019

Acting Career

Stewart’s first break came after a talent agent saw her performing in an elementary school play. After that, she went through a yearlong process of auditioning for various parts before landing a small, non-speaking role in a Disney Channel TV movie. From there a variety of other small parts came until she finally got the role of Jodie Foster’s daughter in David Fincher’s thriller Panic Room.

It was only a matter of time after her memorable turn in Panic Room that Stewart would be starring in films of her own. Her first leading role came when she was 14 in the 2004 movie Catch That Kid. That same year she received more acclaim for her role in the TV movie Speak, playing a young teenager rendered mute after being sexually assaulted. The following year she worked with director Jon Favreau in Zathura: A Space Adventure, followed by appearances in movies like Fierce People, The Messengers, Into the Wild, Jumper, and What Just Happened. But it was in 2007 that Stewart officially landed the role that would make her a household name: Isabella “Bella” Swan in the series of films based on the massively popular young adult vampire romance Twilight novels.

Stewart was accused by critics at the time of being “wooden” and “blank” in the role of Bella, and it’s taken years for her to recover her reputation as an actor, despite her acclaimed performances in films like Adventureland and The Runaways that came out while the series was still ongoing. After the conclusion of the Twilight saga, she appeared in one more big franchise movie in 2012 (Snow White and the Huntsman) before an almost decade-long retreat into independent films. She also began routinely making lists of highest-paid actors in Hollywood around this time, thanks mostly to her role Twilight star turn.

After twilight, Stewart began her working relationship with director Olivier Assayas, which has so far produced the films Clouds of Sils Maria in 2014 and Personal Shopper in 2016. Also in 2014 she reunited with her Adventureland costar Jesse Eisenberg for the spy thriller comedy American Ultra. And in 2016 she starred in the Woody Allen film Cafe Society as well as the official video for the Rolling Stones song “Ride ‘Em On Down.” Then in 2017 she stepped behind the camera to make her directorial debut with the short film Come Swim. 2019 and 2020 saw Stewart coming back to big studio franchise films, with roles in the Charlie’s Angels reboot directed by Elizabeth Banks and the science-fiction horror movie Underwater.

Awards and Recognitions

  • She is the first American actress to won Cesar Award (National film award of France). She won the award for the best supporting actress in 2015 for the movie Clouds Sils Maria.
  • Kristen Stewart was listed as the highest earning actress in Vanity Fair’s “2010’s Top Hollywood Top Earners List.
  • She has been ranked first in the Forbes world’s highest paid actress in 2012 with total earnings of $34.5 million.
  • Glamour named her number one in the list of Best Dressed Women in 2015.
  • She became the youngest actress to be an honoree at the New York Film Festival in 2016.


She then switched too independent cinema and starred in Camp X-Ray, Still Alice and Clouds of Sils Maria released in 2014. Stewart received rave reviews for her performance. Her latest release includes Charlie’s Angels released in 2019 and Underwater released in 2020. Her upcoming projects include Happiest Season and untitled movie where she will be playing Joan Vollmer, the most prominent female member of the Beat Generation and untitled Netflix TV Show.


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