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Angourie Rice Wiki/Biography
Angourie Rice was born on 1 January 2001, in Perth, Western Australia, and is an actress, perhaps best known from having leading roles in films such as “The Nice Guys”, and “These Final Hours”. She’s been active in the industry since 2007, and has recently been a part of high profile films including “Spider-Man: Homecoming” and “Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows”. All of her endeavors have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Angourie Rice? As of late-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $500,000, mostly earned through a successful career in acting. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Angourie Rice Net Worth $500,000
Angourie grew up in a family that’s very involved in the film industry. She spent her early years in Perth, and also a year in Munich, Germany, before her family decided to move to Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Rice made her film debut in “These Final Hours”, appearing alongside Nathan Phillips, an apocalyptic thriller film, and part of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. She then became a part of several short films, including winning a Best Actor honor for her work in the film entitled “Transmission”. She then appeared in the beginning and end live action sequences in the animated film entitled “Walking with Dinosaurs. In 2015 she appeared in several television series, including “Mako: Island of Secrets”, “The Doctor Blake Mysteries”, and “Worst Year of My Life Again” which is a children’s television series produced by the Australian Children’s Television Foundation (ACTF). Her net worth then started increasing as more opportunities came to her, and in the following year, she was cast in the fantasy film “Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows”, which marked her first role as a villain – Tegan – and according to an interview, it was her first time playing a character with magical powers.
In the same year, Angourie also starred in the action comedy entitled “The Nice Guys” which also stars Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe, and is set in 1977 Los Angeles and is about two people teaming up to investigate the disappearance of a teenage girl. In 2017, she then appeared in “The Beguiled” which made its premiere at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, winning in the Best Director Award category, after which Angourie was cast in the Marvel comics-based film and reboot of “Spider-Man”, entitled “Spider-Man: Homecoming”. One of her latest projects is the film “Every Day”, set for a 2018 release. Her net worth has increased even further thanks to all of these projects.
For her personal life, at 16 Angourie is yet to experience the pleasures of romance. It is known that her father is director Jeremy Rice, best known for projects such as “Cloudstreet” and “Trapped”. Her mother is writer Kate Rice, who worked on “Ocean Star” and “Castaway”. She has a younger sister, Kalliope, who is an actress as well as a gymnast. Angourie is active on social media, having more than 33,000 followers on Instagram and over 6,000 followers on Twitter. All of her pages are updated regularly.
|Full Name||Angourie Rice|
|Date Of Birth||January 1, 2001|
|Place Of Birth||Perth, Western Australia|
|Parents||Kate Rice, Jeremy Rice|
|Nominations||Empire Award for Best Female Newcomer|
|Movies||Every Day, Spider-Man: Homecoming, The Beguiled, Jasper Jones, The Nice Guys, Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows, Walking with Dinosaurs, These Final Hours, Transmission|
|1||Winner, Best Actor, 2012 St Kilda Film Festival for 'Transmission'.|
|2||Daughter of director Jeremy Rice and of actress Kate Rice.|
|Jasper Jones||2017||Eliza Wishart|
|The Nice Guys||2016||Holly March|
|Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows||2016||Tegan|
|Mako Mermaids||2015||TV Series||Neppy|
|Worst Year of My Life, Again!||2014||TV Series||Ruby|
|The Doctor Blake Mysteries||2014||TV Series||Lisa Wooton|
|Walking with Dinosaurs 3D||2013||Jade|
|Karnivool 'We Are' Video||2013||Short||Young Girl|
|These Final Hours||2013||Rose|
|The Peter Austin Noto Show||2016||TV Series||Herself|
|Made in Hollywood||2016||TV Series||Herself|
|2015||AFCA Award||Australian Film Critics Association Awards||Best Actress||These Final Hours (2013)|
|2015||FCCA Award||Film Critics Circle of Australia Awards||Best Performance by a Young Actor||These Final Hours (2013)|