Rosa Salazar Net Worth

By Mixxerly Updated: SEPTEMBER 22, 2021

How much money does Rosa Salazar make monthly and yearly? How much is Rosa Salazar's net worth?

About Rosa Salazar

Rosa Bianca Salazar is a Canadian-American actress. As of , Rosa Salazar's estimated net worth is at least $5M.

Rosa Salazar had roles in the NBC series Parenthood (2011–2012) and the FX anthology series American Horror Story: Murder House (2011). She made her breakthrough and is best known for portraying the title character in the film Alita: Battle Angel (2019).

Salazar appeared in The Divergent Series: Insurgent (2015), Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015), and Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018) and also appeared in the Netflix films The Kindergarten Teacher (2018) and Bird Box (2018). She is currently starring in the Amazon series Undone (2019–present).

What is Rosa Salazar's Net Worth?

In 2018, Salazar reprised her role as Brenda in Maze Runner: The Death Cure. In 2019, Salazar made her major studio lead debut with the film Alita: Battle Angel. The film is an adaptation of the manga Gunnm and was directed by Robert Rodriguez. As of , Rosa Salazar's estimated net worth is at least $5M.

Early life of Rosa Salazar

Rosa Bianca Salazar was born on July 16, 1985, in British Columbia, Canada. Her father is Peruvian and her mother is French-Canadian. She grew up in Washington, D.C. and nearby Greenbelt, Maryland. Salazar attended Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt, and was active in the school theatre program.

Salazar enjoyed entertaining others from the age of fifteen and became serious about becoming an actress after moving to New York City as a young adult. There she appeared in several CollegeHumor sketches. Shortly after relocating to Los Angeles in 2009, Salazar landed recurring roles on two hit TV series: American Horror Story: Murder House and Parenthood. In 2015, Salazar co-starred in various sequels: The Divergent Series: Insurgent as Lynn, and Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials as Brenda.

Favorite Quotes from Rosa Salazar

“Everything was an escape for me when I was younger. I had a tumultuous home life thanks to the unsavory characters my mom would marry. My brother just sort of evaded, and my dad lived far away, so I was left alone.” – Rosa Salazar
“I don’t like the five-person group dynamic. I just never have. It doesn’t make sense to me that six people would just sit in a circle and say, ‘Now I want approval,’ ‘Now I want approval,’ ‘Now I want approval.’ ‘I have something funny to say,’ ‘No, I have something funny to say, me!’ It’s hard to make plans.” – Rosa Salazar
“I was emancipated at 15. I went to school and had a full-time job and apartment, and ever since, I’ve been on my own, parenting myself.” – Rosa Salazar
“In my entire life, I have ten people that are the closest people to me. They’re my family, and I really don’t mesh worlds that often.” – Rosa Salazar