Katherine Heigl Net Worth

Posted on the 28 November 2022 by Thiruvenkatam Chinnagounder @tipsclear

She's become her own "go-to" girl for romantic comedy over the past few years, and has appeared in films as "Knocked Up", "27 Dresses", "The Ugly Truth", "Life as We Know It", "New Year's Eve", and "One for the Money".

Early Life

Katherine Heigl was born Katherine Marie Heigl in Washington, D.C., on the 24th of November the 24th of November, 1978. She was raised in New Canaan, Connecticut, with her mother Nancy (a personal manager) as well as dad Paul (an accounting and finance executive) as well as her the older brothers Jason, Meg, and Holt.

Unfortunately, Jason passed away in September 1986, one week after suffering injuries from an accident in a car; his tragic death spurred Nancy as an Lutheran as well as Paul who was an Catholic to change their religion to Mormonism and Heigl was brought up in the religion since at the age of eight.

The year 1996 was the year Katherine's parents separated in divorce as did her mother, and Nancy had breast cancer diagnosed. after the course of nine months of chemotherapy Katherine became Katherine's manager. In the following year, she and her mother relocated into Los Angeles, and she graduated from high school in Los Angeles.

Early Career

Katherine was the star of her debut on the big screen in the 1992 film "That Night" and followed the film in 1993 with "King of the Hill." She made her debut in 1994 when she starred with Gerard Depardieu in "My Father the Hero," which brought her an Young Artist Award nomination, later appearing in the"Under Siege 2," a box office smash ($105 million) "Under Siege 2: Dark Territory" in 1995.

In addition to her role on "Roswell," Heigl filmed the films "100 Girls" (2000) and "Valentine" (2001). Katherine was extremely busy in 2003. She appeared in the made-for-TV films "Critical Assembly," "Love Comes Softly," "Evil Never Dies," and "Wuthering Heights" as well as in the film "Descendant," and she then appeared on the screen in "Love's Enduring Promise" (2004), "Romy and Michele: In the Beginning" (2005) and "The Ringer" (2005).

Grey's Anatomy and Film Success

The year 2005 was the first time Heigl got the role of The character of Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens on "Grey's Anatomy," which was a hit with the public and critics. The show ended her run in the year 2010 after having appeared in 120 episodes.

In her time working on "Grey's Anatomy," Katherine made films for a variety of shows that she was in, including Judd's "Knocked Up" and romantic comedy "27 Dresses" and "The Ugly Truth," which were all huge hits in the theater, earning $219.9 millions, $162.7 million and $205.3 million, respectively.

The actress was said to earn $300,000 for "Knocked Up" and $6 million for "27 Dresses," and she received a salary of $12 million for the 2010's "Killers" and "Life as We Know It." After quitting "Grey's Anatomy," Heigl played in the films "New Year's Eve" (2011), "One for the Money" (2012), and "Home Sweet Hell" (2015) and contributed her voice in animated movies "The Nut Job" (2014) and "The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature" (2017).

She also appeared in several other TV shows as a guest on the NBC show "State of Affairs" (2014-2015), CBS' "Doubt" (2017) as well as"Suits" from USA "Suits" (2018-2019), and she was also the Executive Producer on "The Ugly Truth," "Life as We Know It," "One for the Money," and "State of Affairs."

Personal Life

Katherine was married to the singer Josh Kelley on December 23 2007, and the couple were introduced in 2005 when Heigl was featured in his music video from 2005 "Only You." The couple adopted a daughter Naleigh who was born in South Korea in 2009 and daughter Adalaide from America in 2012. Katherine was a mother to Joshua in December of 2016.

Joshua in December of 2016. Naleigh had a congenital heart defect but she underwent open heart operation to correct it prior to departing South Korea. Heigl and her mother established The Jason Debus Heigl Foundation which is a charity for animal welfare in 2008. Katherine was awarded the The ASPCA's Presidential Service Award in 2010 and was recognized with the American Cancer Society and the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute in 2012.

Awards and Honors

Real Estate

Salary Highlights

From these five roles, Katherine earned $51 million in salary base.

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