Sophie Turner is a British actress who is best known for the role Sansa Stark in HBO’s Game of Thrones. She also played Jean Grey in the X-Men series from 2016.
She is estimated to be worth around $8 million.
Sophie Turner Net Worth
|NET WORTH:||$8 MILLION|
|AGE:||24 (21 FEBRUARY 1996)|
|SOURCE OF WEALTH:||MOVIES, TELEVISION|
Sophie Turner was born on the 21st of February 1996 in Northampton, England. Her mother is a nursery school teacher and her father works at a pallet distribution company.
She schooled at the Warwick Prep School and later at The King’s High School for Girls. Sophie grew up near Leamington Spa and had pigsties and barns in her compound.
Her acting career began with one of the biggest shows on television, i.e. Game of Thrones. She acted in all eight seasons of the show and is one of the leads. During the show, she acted alongside Jack Gleeson, Rose Leslie, Kit Harington, Maisie Williams, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Nathalie Emmanuel, Natalie Dormer and Richard Madden.
Apart from GoT, she also acted in movies and TV shows like Another Me, The Thirteenth Tale, Barely Lethal (with Hailee Steinfeld), X-Men: Apocalypse (with James McAvoy, Jennifer Lawrence and Michael Fassbender) and X-Men: Dark Phoenix.
Other than acting, she’s also a patron of Women for Women, an organization which supports female war survivors.
Here are some of the highlights of her career.
- She has been nominated for many awards including at the SAG Awards, Young Artist Awards, Saturn Awards and Primetime Emmy Awards.
- Sophie won a few awards including Best UK TV Actress at the Glamour Awards and Best Supporting Actress, Drama at the EWwy Awards.
- She recently got married to Joe Jonas, one of the Jonas Brothers, and has appeared in his music videos.
- Sophie’s inspirations are Natalie Portman, Dakota Fanning and Cameron Diaz for different reasons.
- She legally changed her last name to Jonas after her marriage.
What contributed to Sophie Turner’s wealth
Sophie Turner’s wealth can be attributed to her success in movies and television, especially Game of Thrones and X-Men.