How Much is Amelia Warner Net Worth and Income Today

Amelia Warner Net Worth and income

Amelia Warner Net Worth : $ 3 million

Amelia Warner is  a pretty English actress. She is also the Fifty Shades of Grey star, Jamie Dornan’s wife. As a musician, Amelia is popular as Slow Moving Millie. Amelia Warner net worth today is around $ 3 million.

Her in acting began as a member of the Royal Court’s youth theatre group. She also got supporting roles in films such as Æon Flux and Stoned. In Æon Flux, she played alongside beautiful star Charlize Theron.

As a musician, Amelia started her music career in 2009. There she began to write and perform “Beasts” as another name, Slow Moving Millie for a Virgin Media television commercial. “Beast” released on 17 August 2009. Some other of her songs were also used for commercial and advertisement including “Rewind City” for Orange UK. Warner signed a contract with Island Records. Then she did the version of The Smiths’ “Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want”. It released on November 2011. And once more, her song was selected as the soundtrack to the John Lewis 2011 Christmas advertisement.

Talking about her personal life, Amelia actually ever dated Colin Farrel in 2000 to 2001. While in 2010, he met his future husband, Jamie Dornan. They finally decided to marry in 2013 after their engagement in 2012.

The Source of Amelia Warner Net Worth

Amelia Warner received income from various sources of money. As an entertainer, Amelia is popular for taking some supporting roles from some movies like Æon Flux, Stoned, Gone, The Echo, etc. But this is not the biggest source. Surely most of her income was from the songs she made. Some of her singles has been used for commercial advertisement. Moreover, She also composed theme songs for some movies including Mam, Mum’s, List and Mary.Amelia is still 36, and she still has big things head. She could earn more income

 

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