How rich is Virginia Madsen?
Virginia Madsen Net Worth:
Virginia Madsen Net Worth:
Virginia Madsen Net Worth $8 Million
Virginia Madsen is an American actress and producer with a net worth of $8 million dollars. Virginia started acting in theater performances around Chicago and Wisconsin and made her big screen debut having a part in “Type” in 1983. In 2004, she got the attention of critics for her performance in the movie “Sideways”, which scored her tons of award nominations, including an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. It also landed her parts in “Firewall”, “The Number 23, and “The Astronaut Farmer”. She hosted 1999’s “Unsolved Mysteries” show and developed her own production business in 2008. Madsen now works chiefly on documentaries, producing “Sideways Know a Woman Like That” and “Fighting Gravity”. She met her ex-husband, director Danny Huston, around the set of “Mr. North” and they married in 1989, but divorced three years later. She has one son with long time partner Antonio Sabato Jr.
Virginia Madsen is an American film actress. She is related to the actor Michael Madsen, her brother, and attended acting school in Chicago and Adult Theater Seminar in Wisconsin. Madsen first landed a part in the teen sex humor Class. She then followed that up using a cameo in Kenny Loggins’s music video “Heaven (Heaven Helps The Man)”. She subsequently had a role as a cellist in the 1984 movie Electric Dreams. Virginia got the role of Princess Irulan in the 1984 movie adaptation of the novel, David Lynch’s Dune. Madsen has also had parts on Dawson’s Creek, Star Trek: Voyager, CSI: Miami, Frasier, The Practice, and much more. She starred in 1992’s The Candyman, that she won an award as the Best Celebrity by the Academy Of Science Fiction. Madsen formed her own production business in 2008 called Title IX Prods. Madsen has been in innumerable films including a wine loving girl in Sideways along with a concerned farmer’s wife with Billy Bob Thornton in The Astronaut Farmer.
|Birth date:||September 11, 1961|
|Birth place:||Chicago, Illinois, U.S.|
|Height:||5' 5" (1.65 m)|
|Education:||New Trier High School, Winnetka, Illinois, Ted Liss Acting Studio, Chicago, Harand Camp Adult Theater Seminar, Wisconsin|
|Partner:||Antonio Sabàto, Jr. (1993-1998)|
|Spouse:||Danny Huston (1989-1992)|
|Parents:||Calvin Madsen, Elaine Madsen|
|Siblings:||Michael Madsen, Christian Madsen|
|Awards:||Saturn Award for Best Actress, Satellite Award for Best Cast, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance, San Francisco Film Critics Circle Award, Critics' Choice Movie Awards (2004 (2004), "Candyman")|
|Record labels:||Title IX Productions- Film production company (2008-)|
|Nominations:||Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress|
|Movies:||"Electric Dreams" (1984), "Modern Girls" (1986), "Fire with Fire" (1986), "Candyman" (1992), "Sideways" (2004)|
|TV shows:||"Unsolved Mysteries" (1999), Smith" (2006), "Monk" (2009), "Hell on Wheels" (2012), "Witches of East End" (2013-2014), "American Gothic" (2016), "I Know a Woman Like That", "Fighting Gravity"|