Don’t let Zoë Kravitz’s famous family (hello, her mother is Lisa Bonet, her father is Lenny Kravitz and her stepdad is Aquaman) fool you into thinking she doesn’t have an impressive net worth all on her own. From her extensive acting career to her ambassador role for Yves Saint Laurent, here’s a breakdown of Kravitz’s earnings.
Zoë Kravitz’s Net Worth Is Bonkers, and That’s No (Big Little) Lie
1. What Is Her Net Worth?
Kravitz is worth an estimated $8 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, with that figure attributed to her work as an actor, singer and model.
She’s been acting since high school, but she became a household name after starring in a slew of shows and movies, right around the same time: Californication, X-Men: First Class, Mad Max: Fury Road, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them franchise and most recently the award-winning HBO drama Big Little Lies.
You can now catch her on Hulu’s High Fidelity, and soon she'll appear as Catwoman in the highly anticipated Batman, no big deal or anything.
2. How Much Does Zoë Get From Big Little Lies?
In 2017, Kravitz joined the Monterey Five as Bonnie Carlson, along with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. She was receiving about $380,000 per episode until the success of the show garnered her a huge bump of $3 million per episode the next season, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Talk about a major pay raise.
3. What About Her Modeling Career?
While Kravitz modeled for fashion magazines like Elle, Vogue and i-D Magazine, she’s also been the face of many brand campaigns. Since 2009, she’s been featured in Vera Wang, Alexander Wang, Tiffany & Co and Calvin Klein ads. In 2017, she became the first global ambassador of YSL Beauté and continues to be the face (and collaborator) of their makeup collections.
4. How About Her Music?
Following in her father’s footsteps, Kravitz found a passion in music. In 2009, she was apart of the band Elevator Fight, where they headlined the South by Southwest music festival. By 2014, she started her own band Lolawolf (named after her siblings) and released a debut album Calm Down.
Most recently, she was featured in Janelle Monáe's Grammy-nominated album Dirty Computer. Honestly, is there anything Zoë Kravitz can’t do?
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