Carly Pope Net Worth

Carly Pope Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Carly Pope net worth is
$2 Million

Carly Pope Wiki Biography

Carly Pope was born on the 28th August 1980, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, of part- Yugoslavian, Irish and Italian descent. She is an actress, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Maya Kandinski in the TV series “The Collector”, playing Morgan Burke in the TV series “The Tomorrow People” and as Tara Messer in the TV series “Suits”. Her career has been active since 1996.

So, have you ever wondered how rich Carly Pope is, as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Carly’s net worth is over $2 million, accumulated through her successful involvement in the entertainment industry.

Carly Pope Net Worth $2 Million

Carly Pope spent her childhood raised the middle child between two brothers in her hometown; her older brother is Kris Pope, who is known as an actor as well. While in high school, she showed her interest in acting, and performed in such school productions as “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “The Odd Couple”. She went to Lord Byng Secondary School, matriculated in 1998, after which she enrolled in the University of British Columbia, but studying there for only one semester before moving to Hollywood, California to pursue her career as an actress.

Thus, Carly’s acting career began in 1996, when she made her debut appearance in the short film “A Girl’s Guide To Kissing And Other Nightmares In Teenland”; however, her breakthrough came when she landed the role of Abbey in the 1998 film “Disturbing Behavior”. In the following year, she was chosen to portray Sam McPherson in the TV series “Popular”, which lasted until 2001, and earned her a nomination for TV – Choice Actress at the 2000 Teen Choice Awards, which also marked the establishment of her net worth.

Carly’s next role came in 2001, when she featured as Carla in the film “Finder’s Fee”, starring alongside Ryan Reynolds and Erik Palladino, which was followed by her portrayal of Cheryth Bleyn in the film “Various Positions” (2002) as well as Sara Novak in the film “Nemesis Game” (2003). During the next year, she won the role of Maya Kandinski in the TV series “The Collector” (2004-2005), for which she was rewarded with the 2004 Leo Award in the category for Best Supporting Performance by a Female, adding a considerable amount to her net worth. Her next major role came when she was cast as Candy in the film “The Hamster Cage”, which earned her a Women in Film Award at the Vancouver International Film Festival in 2005. By the end of the 2000s, she had also starred in the role of Vanessa in Dagen Merrill’s film “Beneath” (2007), playing Samantha Roth in the TV series “24” (2009) and as Lucinda Pearl in another TV series entitled “Outlaw” (2010).

In 2011, Carly portrayed Simone in the film “Textuality”, after which she was cast as Kris Connifer in the film “Concrete Blondes” (2012). During the following year, she was selected to play Morgan Burke in the TV series “The Tomorrow People” (2013-2014) and she made appearances as Faye Gardner in the film entitled “This Last Lonely Place”, directed by Steve Anderson, and as Alisha Maracl in the TV series “Republic of Doyle”, both in 2014. Most recently, she featured in the role of Tara Messer in the TV series “Suits” (2016-2017) and portrayed Susan Williams in the TV series “Arrow” (2016-2017), so her net worth is certainly still rising.

Regarding her personal life, Carly Pope is still single, but she has previously dated actors Brendan Fehr (2002-2003) and Patrick John Flueger (2005-2008). She divides her time between her residences in her hometown and Los Angeles, California. In spare time, Carly is active on her official Twitter account.

Full NameCarly Pope
Net Worth$2 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 28, 1980
Place Of BirthVancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Height1.67 m
Weight55 kg
ProfessionActress, Film producer
EducationLord Byng Secondary School, University of British Columbia
NationalityItalian, Canadian
ParentsDale Pope
SiblingsKris Pope, Alexander Pope
NominationsTeen Choice Award for TV - Choice Actress, Canadian Comedy Award for Multimedia / Best Female Performance in a Feature
MoviesYoung People Fucking, S.W.A.T.: Firefight, Elysium, Concrete Blondes, Itty Bitty Titty Committee, Nemesis Game, Intern Academy, Two for the Money, The Glass House, Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon, Window Theory, Beneath, Finder's Fee, Disturbing Behavior, This Time Around, 10.5: Apocalypse, Orange Cou...
TV ShowsOutlaw, The Collector, Popular
1I think when you're starting up a situation, it's really fun texting or BBMing or whatever.
2I do think we've become so reliant that the phones are never out of our reach. We're always trying to stay connected that way and the irony is that it's actually disconnecting us from everything else because we're not just focused on what's in front of us; we focus on what's in our hand or off to the side.
3People are totally overusing LOL and a wink - and I'm very guilty of using the wink - that's probably my favorite emoticon to use because 'I'm being sarcastic, don't misinterpret; don't misconstrue; I'm just kidding.' Again, for as many benefits as it has, also picking up the phone and having a conversation speaks volumes.
4I've kept my phone on silent for a year and a half. For me, it's too much noise. It's not my jam. I like to keep things a lot more easygoing. The world's not going to stop if you don't pick up your phone.
5I kind of see myself as a cartoon that's on its way to becoming a real person that has to find that special amulet or mushroom to get to that next realm or level. I don't feel like anything is that tangible. It freaks me out, why I feel unhappy or conflicted and why that can change on a dime. I feel very manic right now, but I'm confident where I am.
1Is an Italian citizen.
2Refers to having a crush on Conan O'Brien in a Cosmo Girl article in 2000, and then again in a 2009 issue of The Lab magazine. Conan O'Brien's company Conaco is co-producing her NBC series Outlaw.
3She is of half Italian, a quarter Yugoslavian, and a quarter Irish heritage.
4She and Sara Rue starred in the movie This Time Around (2003). They first worked together on the teen show Popular (1999).
5Younger sister of actor Kris Pope.
6Studied one semester at the University of British Columbia.
7Has two brothers, one older and one younger.
8Graduated from Lord Byng High School in Vancouver, Canada. She traveled to Hollywood six months later and immediately landed a role on WB network's Popular (1999).
9Auditioned for the role of popular Brooke McQeen on Popular (1999) before being cast as the unpopular Sam.
10Was turned down for a role (Liz) on Roswell (1999) before being cast in Popular (1999).


It's Not What You Know2016Short completedCharlie
Poor Richard's Almanack2016TV Movie post-productionBrooke
Arrow2016TV SeriesSusan Williams
Suits2016TV SeriesTara Messer
Game of Silence2016TV SeriesVictoria / DA Victoria Edmunds
Lost Boy2015/IIAmanda
Republic of Doyle2014TV SeriesAlisha Maracle
Rush2014TV SeriesEllen Murphy
This Last Lonely Place2014Faye Gardner
The Tomorrow People2013-2014TV SeriesMorgan Burke
Played2013TV SeriesVanessa Moreland
Elysium2013/ICCB Agent
Motive2013TV SeriesSonia Brauer
Concrete Blondes2013Kris Connifer
Man and Woman2012ShortAmy
S.W.A.T.: Firefight2011VideoKim Byers
Outlaw2010TV SeriesLucinda Pearl
Day One2010TV MovieBonnie
Stuntmen2009Karla Bravo
Life Is Hot in Cracktown2009Stacy
242009TV SeriesSamantha Roth
Californication2008TV SeriesAnnika
242008TV MovieSamantha Roth
Toronto Stories2008Roshanna
Edison & Leo2008Zella (voice)
Say Goodnight2008Crystal
Yeti: Curse of the Snow Demon2008TV MovieSarah
Robson Arms2008TV SeriesAnke Vermeulen-Papathanasiou
Whistler2007TV SeriesBailey
The 44002007TV SeriesKara
Dirt2007TV SeriesGarbo
Itty Bitty Titty Committee2007Shulamith
The Evidence2006TV Series
10.5: Apocalypse2006TV Mini-SeriesLaura Malloy
Recipe for a Perfect Christmas2005TV MovieJ.J. Jenner
Sandra Goes to Whistler2005ShortSandra
Break a Leg, Rosie2005ShortRosie
Two for the Money2005Tammy
The Collector2004-2005TV SeriesMaya Kandinski
The French Guy2005Anna
The Hamster Cage2005Candy
Sandra Gets Dumped2005ShortSandra
Tru Calling2005TV SeriesOff. Kate Wilson
Window Theory2005Angela
Young Blades2005TV Mini-SeriesThe Enchantress
The Mountain2004TV SeriesRonnie
Intern Academy2004Sarah Calder
The Ranch2004TV MovieBeth Ann
A Tale of Two Wives2003TV MovieBianca
Jake 2.02003TV SeriesYori / Rachel
This Time Around2003TV MovieMelissa 'Mel' Rochester
Nemesis Game2003Sara Novak
Hemingway vs. Callaghan2003TV MovieYoung Loreto Callaghan
1st to Die2003TV MovieCindy Thomas
Kim Possible2002-2003TV SeriesAmelia
Various Positions2002Cheryth Bleyn
Orange County2002Tanya
The Glass House2001Tasha
Finder's Fee2001Carla
Popular1999-2001TV SeriesSam McPherson
Trapped in a Purple Haze2000TV MovieMolly White
Snow Day2000Fawn
A Cooler Climate1999TV MovieBeth
Aliens in the Wild, Wild West1999VideoSara Johnson
Our Guys: Outrage at Glen Ridge1999TV MovieMari Ferraez
NightMan1998TV SeriesTeresa Chase
Disturbing Behavior1998Abbey
I've Been Waiting for You1998TV MovieCheerleader
Principal Takes a Holiday1998TV MovieStudent
A Girl's Guide to Kissing and Other Nightmares in Teenland1996Short


It's Not What You Know2016Short producer completed
Highway of Tears2015Documentary producer
Break a Leg, Rosie2005Short associate creative producer

Camera Department

Sandra Goes to Whistler2005Short camera operator: "b" camera


Popular2001TV Series performer - 1 episode


Thule2011Short special thanks


The 10th Annual Canadian Comedy Awards2009TV SpecialHerself - Nominee - Best Female Film Performance
The Nitty Gritty Behind the Itty Bitty Titty Committee2008Video documentary shortHerself
The 9th Annual Leo Awards2007TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
The 7th Annual Leo Awards2005TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
The 6th Annual Leo Awards2004TV SpecialHerself - Presenter
Grosse Pointe2000TV SeriesHerself
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 20002000TV SpecialHerself

Archive Footage

The Collector2006TV SeriesMaya Kandinski

Won Awards

2006LeoLeo AwardsBest Performance by a Female in a Short DramaSandra Gets Dumped (2005)
2005Women in Film AwardVancouver International Film FestivalThe Hamster Cage (2005)
2004LeoLeo AwardsDramatic Series: Best Supporting Performance by a FemaleThe Collector (2004)

Nominated Awards

2009Canadian Comedy AwardCanadian Comedy AwardsBest Performance by a Female - FilmYoung People Fucking (2007)
2000Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsTV - Choice ActressPopular (1999)

Known for movies

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