Kelly Mcgillis Net Worth $7.5 Million
Performer Kelly McGillis has a net worth of $7.5 million, and a profession in Hollywood that many struggling actors would have loved to have. As well as her net worth, she’s appeared in movies like Witness starring Harrison Ford, and Storm Chasers: Revenge of the Twister. Her career began at Julliard, where she attended the prestigious Drama Division, performing in the play Love for Love. After graduating in 1983, she began to get roles in TV shows and films soon after. But her big break came two years later when in 1985 she got the part of Rachel Lapp, the Amish mommy of a little boy (played with a youthful Lukas Haas) who is a witness to a homicide. Her next big movie was The Accused, made shortly before a short retirement from performing. She can most recently be viewed in the upcoming thriller from horror director Ti West entitled The Innkeepers.
American actress, Kelly Ann McGillis comes with an estimated net worth of $7.5 million. She studied at Pacific Conservatory of Performing Arts and Julliard, making an impressive movie debut as the erstwhile lady friend/”savior” of drunken poet Tom Conti in 1983’s Reuben, Reuben. McGillis spent significant time with the Amish family to get ready for her next significant film role as a young Amish widow in 1985’s Witness for which she received a Golden Globe nomination; the family wasn’t happy in hindsight, maintaining that Kelly misrepresented her interest in their lifestyle. The actress’s greatest role since Witness continues to be as the attorney defending rape victim Jodie Foster in The Accused (1988); during production, McGillis made public the narrative of her own earlier rape, and became a militant advocate for assault casualty’ rights. In 1992, McGillis was second-billed in The Babe (1992) as Claire Hodgson, the no nonsense second wife of baseball great Babe Ruth (John Goodman). McGillis works full-time with drug addicts and alcoholics at Seabrook House, a rehabilitation center in Bridgeton, New Jersey.