Saoirse Ronan Net Worth

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About Saoirse Ronan

Saoirse Una Ronan is an Irish and American actress. As of , Saoirse Ronan's estimated net worth is at least $8M.

Primarily noted for her roles in period dramas since adolescence, Saoirse Ronan has received various accolades throughout her career, including a Golden Globe Award and a Critics' Choice Movie Award, in addition to nominations for four Academy Awards, four Screen Actors Guild Awards, and five British Academy Film Awards.

Ronan made her acting debut in 2003 on the Irish medical drama series The Clinic. She had her film debut in I Could Never Be Your Woman (2007), and broke through in the role of a precocious teenager in Joe Wright's Atonement (2007), which earned her a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress; making 13-year-old Ronan the seventh-youngest nominee in the category.

Ronan will next reunite with Wes Anderson in the ensemble film The French Dispatch, about American journalists in France. In November 2020, it was announced by Ronan was attached to star as a Constable Stalker alongside Sam Rockwell as an inspector who solve a murder surrounding a Hollywood production in 1950s London.

The film was later announced to be titled See How They Run, and also is set to star David Oyelowo and Adrien Brody. In July 2021, it was announced that Ronan was attached to star in a film adaptation of the novel Foe by Iain Reid, directed by Garth Davis.

In 2021, it was announced that Ronan would return to the theatre, this time making her stage debut in the United Kingdom, performing in a revival of The Tragedy of Macbeth playing Lady Macbeth opposite James McArdle. She is set to perform at London's Almeida Theatre starting in October 2021.

What is Saoirse Ronan's Net Worth?

As of , Saoirse Ronan's estimated net worth is at least $8M. Saoirse Ronan garnered critical acclaim and second Academy Award nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role for playing a homesick Irish immigrant in 1950s New York in Brooklyn (2015). At age 21, it also made her the eighth-youngest Best Actress nominee.

On stage, Ronan portrayed Abigail Williams in the 2016 Broadway revival of The Crucible. In the same year, she was featured by Forbes in two of their 30 Under 30 lists. In 2020, The New York Times ranked her tenth on its list of the greatest actors of the twenty-first century.

Early life of Saoirse Ronan

Saoirse Una Ronan was born on 12 April 1994 in the Bronx borough of New York City, to Irish parents Monica (née Brennan) and Paul Ronan, both from Dublin. Her father worked in construction and bar work before training as an actor in New York, and her mother worked as a nanny, but had also acted as a child.

Her parents were initially undocumented immigrants who had left Ireland due to the recession of the 1980s, and struggled economically during their time in New York. The family moved back to Dublin when Ronan was three years old. She was raised for a short time in Ardattin, County Carlow, where she attended Ardattin National School.

Her parents later had her tutored privately at home. In her early teens, she was living again in Dublin with her parents, who settled in the seaside village of Howth. She was raised Catholic, but says she questioned her faith even as a child.

Ronan made her screen debut on Irish national broadcaster RTÉ, in the 2003 prime time medical drama The Clinic and then appeared in the mini-serial Proof. During the same time, Ronan auditioned to play Luna Lovegood in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, a role she eventually lost to Evanna Lynch. Ronan's first film was Amy Heckerling's romantic comedy I Could Never Be Your Woman, which was filmed in 2005.

Favorite Quotes from Saoirse Ronan

“I will always have a child in me. That is what Pete [Jackson] has got, what a lot of the directors I have worked with have. It is about knowing how to have fun and that is something I always want to hold on to.” – Saoirse Ronan
“ And, I had certain films that I would fall asleep so it was ‘Clueless’ for quite a long time, and I used to just watch it every single night and knew every single line, every single quote.” – Saoirse Ronan
“I like books that are exciting and that make you think about things, as well. I like things that have a twist – like ‘Atonement,’ which I haven’t read obviously, as I’m a bit young.” – Saoirse Ronan
“It’s not working, it is more of a passion. It is so much fun and it really makes you feel great at the end of the day. You feel like you are really after doing something good and you are after accomplishing something. Acting is one of these things that I can’t really describe – it’s just like, why do you love your mum and dad? You know, you just do.” – Saoirse Ronan
“I think that when you’re an actress, you have to think about what kind of a role model you’re going to be. I hope that I’m a good role model for young girls. I’m not going to, if people still want me in their movies, I don’t want to be one of these girls who go around partying every night and is in rehab. I don’t want to do that.” – Saoirse Ronan