Thora Birch Net Worth

Thora Birch Net Worth:

$6 Million

Thora Birch’s Net Worth

Thora Birch Net Worth

Thora Birch

Net worth:

$6 Million

Date of birth:

Mar 11, 1982 (40 Years Old)




5 ft 4in (1.63 m).


Actor, Voice Actor, Film director, Film Producer


United States of America

What’s Thora Birch’s net worth?

Thora Birch, an actress, has been in many films since she was a child and has a net worth of $6 million. Thora Birch started her career as a child star in 90s films like “Patriot Games,” Hocus Pocus,” and “Monkey Trouble.” After her breakthrough in “American Beauty,” which won the Best Picture Oscar, she appeared among others in “Ghost World,” Silver City, and “Winter of Frozen Dreams.” Birch has also appeared on television with notable credits such as the television film “Homeless To Harvard: The Liz Murray Story” (AMC) and the tenth series of “The Walking Dead” (AMC).

Early Life

Thora Birch Net Worth

Thora Birch was the eldest of Carol and Jack Birch, who were both ex-adult actors who appeared in “Deep Throat” in 1982. She is Scandinavian, French-Canadian, and Italian and has a younger brother, Kian. Birch was just four years old when she appeared in a Quaker Oats commercial. Birch has also been featured in commercials for Vlasic Pickles and California Raisins.

Child Star in Film

Birch’s film debut was at the age of six, in 1988 in “Purple People Eater,” a science-fiction comedy that featured Neil Patrick Harris and Ned Beatty. She was awarded a Young Artist Award for her performance. Birch was next seen in “Paradise”, starring alongside Elijah Wood and Don Johnson. Birch also appeared in the Christmas rom-com, “All I Want For Christmas” that year. Birch played the role of the daughter of Harrison Ford and Jack Ryan in “Patriot Games,” an action thriller based on the Tom Clancy novel. The fantasy comedy “Hocus Pocus”, and then “Monkey Trouble,” where Birch starred alongside a capuchin monkey, followed. In the sequel to “Patriot Games,” Birch reprised her role as a young actress, this time in “Clear and Present Danger.” Birch reunited in 1995 with Melanie Griffith, her ex-costar, to reprise Griffith’s role in “Now and Then,” a coming-of-age movie about a young Griffith. She starred alongside Vincent Kartheiser in “Alaska,” an adventure survival drama.

Additional Film Career

Birch made her debut as an adult in Sam Mendes’ 1999 Best Picture Oscar-winning “American Beauty.” She plays Jane Burnham in the film. Jane Burnham is the shy, introverted daughter of Kevin Spacey. Birch was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress. “American Beauty” was a huge commercial and critical success. After this success, Birch appeared in “The Smokers,” a direct-to-DVD black comedy, “Dungeons and Dragons,” as well as the psychological thriller “The Hole.” Birch was then paired opposite Scarlett Johansson, Steve Buscemi and in Terry Zwigoff’s black comedy “Ghost World” based on the Daniel Clowes graphic book. Her performance earned her praise and she was nominated for a Golden Globe award for Best Actress in Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Birch was next seen in John Sayles’ 2004 political comedy “Silver City.” Birch starred in “Dark Corners” a horror-thriller two years later. Birch then followed that with “Train” (2008) and “Deadline” (2009). Later, she starred as the lead in “Winter of Frozen Dreams,” a crime film.

Birch played the title role in “Petunia” in 2012. After a long hiatus, Birch returned to film acting in 2018, starring with Brian Cox in “The Etruscan Smile.” Birch also starred that year in “The Competition,” a romcom, and “Affairs of State,” a political thriller. Other credits include “The Last Black Man In San Francisco”, “Kindred Spirits”, “Above Suspicion” and “13 Minutes.”

Television Career

Birch started acting on TV as a child, just like in the movies. From 1988 to 1989, her first television role was as Molly, a recurring character on “Day by Day”, an NBC sitcom. She also appeared on “Doogie Howser M.D.” in the second year. Birch was a star in the 1990s television film “Dark Avenger”, and she also played a major role in “Parenthood,” which was based on the Ron Howard film. After that, she appeared on episodes of several shows including “Amen”, “Monty,” The Outer Limits,” and “Promised Land.” Birch was a part of the CBS television movie “Night Ride Home” in 1999.

Birch was less frequent on the small screen during the 2000s. She was a star of the title woman in “Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story”, a 2003 biographical television film. Birch was nominated for an Emmy Award for her work. In 2010, Birch starred in “The Pregnancy Test,” a television movie about her pregnancy. Birch was able to land a guest appearance in the 2016 season of the science-fiction series “Colony.” Birch was a regular in the tenth series of “The Walking Dead,” a post-apocalyptic horror show. Birch’s television credits include the Lifetime biographical television movie “The Gabby Petito Story,” which was her directorial debut.

Personal life

Birch married Michael Benton Adler, a talent manager, and philanthropist in late 2018.

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