What is Calista Flockhart net worth?

Calista Flockhart is Net Worth of US$ 30 Million as of 2022.

Net WorthUS$ 30 million
BornNovember 11, 1964 (age 57)
Full NameCalista Kay Flockhart
GenderFemale
Height5’ 5”
EducationRutgers University-New Brunswick
Country of OriginUnited States of America
Source of WealthActress
Marital StatusMarried
Spouse (s)Harrison Ford
Famous ForAlly McBeal, Brothers & Sisters, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Supergirl, The Birdcage, Feud

Biography

Born on November 11, 1964, Calista Flockhart is an American actress popularly known for the Fox television series “Ally McBeal” from 1997 to 2002. For her acting in the series, she won a ‘Golden Globe Award’ in 1998 and got nominated three times for the ‘Primetime Emmy Award’ in the category of ‘Outstanding Lead Actress’. From 2006 to 2011, she appeared in “Brothers & Sisters,” the ABC drama series, where she was cast as ‘Kitty Walker’. From 2015 to 2021, She was seen in the Superhero drama “Supergirl,” and she appeared as ‘Cat Grant’ in the series. She also appeared in films, including “Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at her,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and “The Birdcage.”

Timeline

1999

She won Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for Ally McBeal at Screen Actors Guild Award

2000

  • For her work in Ally McBeal, she won People’s Choice Awards in the category of Favorite Female Television Performer
  • She was nominated for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy at Golden Globe Awards for her performance in Ally McBeal

2001

  • She was nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series at Screen Actors Guild Award
  • She was nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series at Screen Actors Guild Award

2002

She was nominated for Category of Best Actress- Television Series Musical or Comedy at Golden Globe Awards

2016

She was nominated for Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television for her performance in “Supergirl.”

Early Life

Born in 1964 in Freeport, Illinois, Flockhart was named Calista after her great-grandmother. Her father, Ronald Flockhart (1932 – 2020), worked for Kraft Foods Inc.; her mother, Kay (Honohan), was a school teacher. She traveled to various places during her childhood, including Illinois, New Jersey, Norwich, and lowa. She knows different languages, such as German, English, Scottish, and Irish. She completed her schooling at Shawnee High School in New Jersey. She later graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in theatre from Rutgers University at Mason Gross School of Arts. After her graduation, she shifted to New York City to seek out auditions. She served as an aerobics instructor and waitress during that period.

Career

In 1989, Calista made her T.V. debut by performing a minor role as a babysitter in an episode of “Guiding Light.” Later, she was seen in “Beside Herself,” a stage production alongside Melissa Joan Hart. At an early age in her career, she appeared in movies like, “Getting in,” “Naked in New York,” and “Darrow.” She got her first significant appearance in 1994 from Robert Redford’s “Quiz Show,” alongside Ralph Fiennes, Rob Morrow, and John Turturro. In 1994, she made her debut on Broadway in “The Glass Menagerie” as Laura. Later, standing by Flockhart’s side, one actress named Julie Harris felt that Calista Flockhart was the best choice for the role and should be cast without further auditions. She was awarded the “Clarence Derwent Award,” for her brilliant performance.  In 1999, she continued her work as Natasha in Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters.”

In 1997, Flockhart was invited for auditions for Fox Television’s “Ally McBeal,” directed by David E. Kelly. Initially, she was unsure about her role in the series, but she later traveled to Los Angeles, auditioned, and appeared to be a success. For the same position, she won “Golden Globe Award,” in 1998. She was applauded by Time magazine and put on their cover page on June 29, 1998 for her role. She was part of the show till its last episode. Flockhart worked in the film “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” a film based on Shakespeare’s play in 1999. In 2004, she traveled to Spain for her movie “Fragile,” which premiered at Venice Film Festival. Recently, in 2022, She performed in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,” directed by Edward Albee, shown at the Geffen playhouse. In that, she portrayed the role of Martha opposite Zachary Quinto.

Calista Flockhart Net Worth Growth

Calista Flockhart has US$ 30 million net worth. She is a famous actress. She makes the majority of her income from acting.

Highlights

Film

YearTitleRole
1993Naked in New YorkActing student
1994Gettin InAmanda Morel
1994Quiz ShowBarnard Girl
1995Pictures of Baby Jane DoeJane
1995DrunksHelen
1996The BirdcageBarbara Keeley
1996Milk & MoneyChristine
1997Telling Lies in AmericaDiney Majeski
1999A Midsummer Night’s DreamHelena
2000Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at HerChristine Taylor
2004The Last ShotValerie Weston
2005FragileAmy Nicholls

Television

YearTitleRole
1989Guiding LightElise
1991DarrowLillian Anderson
1992Lifestories: Families in CrisisMary-Margaret Carter
1997–2002Ally McBealAlly McBeal
1998The PracticeAlly McBeal
2000Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every ChildVanna Van (voice)
2000Saturday Night LiveHerself (host)
2001Bash: Latter-Day PlaysSue
2006–2011Brothers & SistersKitty Walker
2014Robot ChickenDr. Ryan Stone / Smurfette / Rebecca Cunningham (voice)
2014Web TherapyApril Keating
2015Full CircleEllen Kelly-O’Rourke
2015–2018, 2021SupergirlCat Grant
2015The Penguins of MadagascarDoris (voice)

Favorite Quotes by Calista Flockhart

Favorite Quote 1 by Calista Flockhart

“So people think I’m lying about my age all the time? It’s the records that are wrong. I’ve never told anyone how old I am. The minute they ask me, I say, ‘That’s none of your business.’ So that means I’ve never once lied about my age. Now that’s true!”

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Favorite Quote 2 by Calista Flockhart

“Well, I don’t think I’ve ever consciously come up with tricks and tools to hide. I think I’m a bit more vigilant regarding safety issues and things. And sometimes it is kind of nice to try to hold onto your anonymity.”

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Favorite Quote 3 by Calista Flockhart

“Webster and I are very aloof. The two of us go and sit there by ourselves. I sit by myself in the corner with my book and the newspaper. He runs around a little bit and then sits on the picnic table. He never plays with other little dogs.”

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Favorite Quote 5 by Calista Flockhart

“Sometimes, you can feel it in your body when you play a character. And I felt like I had characteristics of my dog: the way Webster moves and holds his head. I adapted it into this part unconsciously.”

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Keys Life Lessons from Calista Flockhart

Accept Challenges:

During her career, Calista Flockhart faced every life challenge confidently and pulled herself out of it by applying relevant solutions.

Well Constructed:

Flockhart says if you are well-constructed, stable, and calm, no one can hurt you, and nothing will come in your path while moving toward your career growth.

Frequently Asked Questions

Name the summary awards Calista Flockhart won for her work in Ally McBeal.

For her work in Ally McBeal, Calista won her first award in 1998 at “The Golden Globe Awards” for Category of ‘Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy Series. Her second award was “Screen Actors Guild Award” for the category of ‘Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series in 1999. Next year, in 2000, she earned her third award for ‘Favorite Female Television Performer at “The People’s Choice Award.”

From what show did Flockhart start her career, and what was her role in the show?

Flockhart made her debut in “Guiding Light,” a T.V. show in which she played the role of Babysitter.

Summary

Calista Flockhart was an American Actress born on November 11, 1964. She completed her schooling at Shawnee High School in New Jersey. She later graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in theatre from Rutgers University at Mason Gross School of Arts. After her graduation, she shifted to New York City to seek out auditions. Later she appeared in Various films, shows, and plays including, “Supergirl,” “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “The Birdcage,” and many more.