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Elle Fanning Net Worth All You Need to Know

Mary Elle Fanning, famously known for her performance in the Maleficient film series as Aurora. She is the younger sister of a famous actress Dakota Fanning. Her debut in the films has done at a very young age only in the drama film I Am Sam(2001). She played the younger version of her sister Dakota’s character. She also appeared in a number of films as a child actor.

Biography & Lifestyle of Elle Fanning

Born: April 9, 1998 (Age 22 Years)

Birth Place: Conyers, Georgia, U.S.A

Nationality: The United States of America

Net Worth: $5 million

Nick Name: Elbow

Gender: Female

Profession: Actor, Voice Actor

Height: 5’9”

Weight: 59 kgs

Hair Color: Blonde

Eye Color: Blue

Parents: Heather Joy and Steven J. Fanning

Religion: Southern Baptist

Favorite Sport: Volleyball

Favorite Actor: Johnny Deep

Favorite Actress: Meryl Streep

School: Campbell Hall School

Marital Status: Single

Hobby: Dancing, Singing, Designing

The Career of Elle Fanning

Elle started acting when she was just 3 years old. After that, there was no looking back for her. She did many movies as a child artist and later on her major break was in Super 8 (science fiction movie). She won an award at the Hollywood Film Festival for this movie has gained much appreciation amongst the critics. She has been featured in many movies as both leading and supporting actress. Some of those movies are Ginger & Rosa (2012), The Neon Demon (2016), 20th Century Women (2016), The Beguiled (2017), How to Talk to Girls at Parties (2017), A Rainy Day in New York (2019), The Roads Not Taken (2020), and many more.

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Fanning is also the youngest member to serve as a jury person at the Cannes Film Festival (2019).

Salary Received By Ellen Fanning for Various Movies

Somewhere (2010) – $125,000

Super 8 (2011) – $1,500,000

3 Generations (2015) – $65,000

Live By Night (2016) – $250,000

Awards and Achievements

  1. Young Artist Award (2004) – Daddy Day Care – Nominated (Best Young Ensemble in a Feature Film)
  2. Young Artist Award (2007) – The Lost Room – Nominated (Supporting Young Actress)
  3. Broadcast Film Critics Association Award (2007) – Somewhere – Won (Actress of the Year Award)
  4. Hollywood Film Festival (2007) – The Nutcracker in 3D – Won (Spotlight Award)
  5. Teen Choice Award (2011) – The Nutcracker in 3D – Won (Best Ensemble Acting)
  6. MTV Movie Awards (2012) – Super 8 – Nominated (Best Breakthrough Performance)
  7. Teen Choice Award (2014) – Maleficient – Nominated (Best Performance by a Younger Actor)
  8. Screen Actors Guild Award (2016) – Trumbo – Nominated (Outstanding Cast Ensemble in a Motion Picture)