Olivia Cooke Net Worth
Olivia Cooke Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships
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Olivia Cooke Wiki Biography
Olivia Kate Cooke was born on the 27th December 1993, in Oldham, Greater Manchester, England, and is an actress who is probably best known for her movie roles as Laine Morris in “Ouija” (2014), and Rachel in “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” (2015), as well as for appearing as Emma Decody in the “Bates Motel” TV series.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this young actress has accumulated so far? How rich Olivia Cooke is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Olivia Cooke’s net worth, as of late 2017, exceeds the sum of $2 million, acquired largely through her professional acting career, which began in 2012, since starring in over a dozen motion pictures and productions.
Olivia Cooke Net Worth $2 million
Olivia is the older of two daughters of a sales representative, Lindsy, and former police officer John Cooke. She grew up alongside her sister and their mother, as her parents divorced after only a couple of years. As a young girl, Olivia began practicing gymnastics and ballet, while at the age of eight she enrolled in acting classes. She went to Royton and Crompton Secondary School, before enrolling at Oldham Sixth Form College where she studied drama. At the age of 17, she appeared in its stage play “West Side Story”, which was followed by the main role in the Oldham Theatre’s production of “Prom: The Musical”. However, she never matriculated, as she left to pursue her professional acting career.
Olivia’s on camera debut had actually occurred when she was only 14 years old, appearing in a series of television commercials. However, her “real acting” debut happened in 2012, when she landed the recurring role of Meg Demoys in BBC TV’s mini series “Blackout.” Later that year she appeared in several episodes of another television mini series, entitled “The Secret of Crickley Hall”. However, the real breakthrough in Olivia Cooke’s acting career occurred in 2013, when she was cast for the role of Emma Decody in A&E TV’s psychological horror drama series “Bates Motel”, which she reprised ’til 2017. All these engagements helped Olivia Cooke to establish herself in the world of acting, and also provided the basis for her net worth.
Olivia made her debut appearance on the big screen in the 2014 sci-fi thriller movie “The Signal”, while later that year she starred in the role of Laine Morris in the horror thriller “Ouija”. These were followed by her memorable appearance in the 2015 comical drama movie “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl”, for which she was honored with a nomination for the UK Empire Award. All these achievements helped Olivia Cooke to dramatically increase the total amount of her revenues.
Apart from all those already mentioned above, some of her more recent professional acting engagements include starring in the leading roles in movies such as “The Limehouse Golem” and “Katie Says Goodbye”, both in 2016, as well as a memorable appearance in the 2017 critically acclaimed drama movie “Thoroughbreds”. It is certain that all these engagements and accomplishments have helped Olivia Cooke to add a sum to her overall wealth.
When it comes to her personal life, since 2015 she has been dating colleague, actor Christopher Abbott. Olivia currently resides in New York City.
|Full Name||Olivia Cooke|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||December 27, 1993|
|Place Of Birth||Oldham, United Kingdom|
|Education||Royton and Crompton Secondary School|
|Parents||John Cooke, Lindsy Wild|
|Nominations||Empire Award for Best Female Newcomer|
|Movies||Bates Motel, Ouija, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, The Quiet Ones, The Signal, Ready Player One, The Limehouse Golem, Katie Says Goodbye, The Secret of Crickley Hall, Ruby's Skin, Thoroughbreds, Life Itself, Blackout|
|TV Shows||The Secret of Crickley Hall, Blackout, Bates Motel|
|1||I used to care more about my appearance, but after being in The Quiet Ones and seeing how grotesque I can be, I don't have any dignity anymore.|
|2||My first big role was when I was 17 and I got the part playing Maria in 'West Side Story' in my school production.|
|3||I did ballet and gymnastics, and then I started acting when I was eight - just doing amateur theater at a place called Oldham Theatre Workshop in my hometown.|
|4||If I love the character, then that's all that matters to me. It doesn't really matter what genre it is.|
|5||My dad's an ex-policeman, and my mum is a sales representative, and they haven't got the acting bug. Bless them.|
|1||Cooke explained that she does not have a Twitter account: "I think it's best for me not to have it because my first thought is never my best; my first reaction is never my best reaction.|
|2||She is also good friends with Nicola Peltz and Freddie Highmore and regards the Bates Motel cast and crew as a family away from home.|
|3||Cooke has developed a close platonic relationship with Thomas Mann, her co-star in Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.|
|4||Cooke supported the Save The Children campaign by appearing in Bulgari advertisements in 2014.|
|5||Cooke's agent discouraged her from enrolling in drama school because she was already getting acting work, Cooke was keen on applying to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). She made it to the final round of auditions, but was not accepted.|
|Ready Player One||2017||pre-production||Samantha Evelyn Cook / Art3mis|
|Katie Says Goodbye||2016||post-production||Katie|
|The Limehouse Golem||2016||post-production|
|Bates Motel||2013-2016||TV Series||Emma Decody|
|Axe Cop||2015||TV Series||Loch Ness Monster|
|Me and Earl and the Dying Girl||2015||Rachel|
|The Quiet Ones||2014||Jane Harper|
|The Secret of Crickley Hall||2012||TV Mini-Series||Nancy Linnet|
|Blackout||2012||TV Mini-Series||Meg Demoys|
|Made in Hollywood||2014-2015||TV Series||Herself|
|Today||2015||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Ouija: Adapting the Fear||2015||Video documentary short||Herself|
|IMDb & AIV Studio at Sundance||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|Bates Motel Inside the Casting Room||2014||Short||Herself|
|Bates Motel: After Hours||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|Reel Junkie||2014||TV Series||Herself|
3rd Place Awards
|2015||Chainsaw Award||Fangoria Chainsaw Awards||Best Supporting Actress||The Quiet Ones (2014)|