Drew Barrymore Net Worth: How Drew Barrymore Made Her Millions?

Icon without controversy Whether we’re right or wrong, we can all agree that Drew Barrymore deserves every penny she makes. (There is, very simply, no other valid viewpoint on the subject.)

The actress, talk show host, and entrepreneur (she has launched a line of sustainable home items with Grove Collaborative) is a constant source of optimism and happiness in a field that often thrives on conflict and controversy.

How much of Drew’s wealth can be attributed to acting, the profession that catapulted him into the public eye in the first place? How much does she currently have in the bank?

Drew’s wealth is detailed here.

Drew Barrymore Net Worth

American actress, director, and producer Drew Barrymore is worth an estimated $125 million. Through it all, Drew Barrymore triumphed.

As the daughter of two well-known actors, she was immersed in the entertainment industry from an early age. Her early fame as a result of her parts in blockbuster films like “E.T. the Extra-terrestrial,” “Firestarter,” and “Irreconcilable Differences” cut short her childhood.

Drew Barrymore’s Most Memorable Roles

Barrymore actually started acting when she was only 11 months old. The legend says that she got the part in the dog food commercial after being nipped by a dog during the audition process.

Several years later, in 1980’s science fiction film Altered States, she made her debut in the feature film industry, but it was her part as Elliot’s younger sister Gertie in 1982’s E.T. that catapulted her to international fame.

Barrymore’s next role was in the 1984 Stephen King movie Firestarter, following her success in the E.T. In the same year, she played a young girl involved in a legal struggle to divorce her famous parents in Irreconcilable Differences, a part with uncanny parallels to her own life.

In 1985, she appeared in another film directed by King, the horror anthology Cat’s Eye. Despite having a very difficult personal life, she kept working throughout the 1980s.

In the 1990s, Barrymore made a concerted effort to shed her image as a kid performer and began accepting more mature teen roles. Probably the most well-known of them is 1992’s Poison Ivy, which bombed at the box office but is now a beloved cult classic.

The sensual thriller Doppelganger, in which she starred in 1993, was destined for cult status for similar reasons. In the late 1990s, she co-starred with Adam Sandler in The Wedding Singer, and then she ended the decade with Never Been Kissed.

With her role as one of the three Charlie’s Angels in the 2000 reboot and its 2003 sequel Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle, Drew Barrymore received one of her greatest paydays at $14 million and continued her rise to movie stardom in the 2000s.

Donnie Darko and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind were two of the smaller independent films she was in at the time. The roller derby drama Whip It, which she directed in 2009, was her feature film debut.

After a string of successful cinematic performances in movies like Going the Distance and Blended, Barrymore made yet another pivot in her career by co-starring with Timothy Olyphant in the Netflix original series Santa Clarita Diet.

After announcing her retirement from acting in March 2021, she collaborated with chef Pilar Valdes on the New York Times best-selling cookbook Rebel Homemaker.

Highlights of Drew Barrymore’s Salary

Highlights of Drew Barrymore's Salary

Barrymore has, at various periods in her career, preferred to take on smaller roles in films in which she had more of a vested aesthetic interest than financial one. Donnie Darko reportedly earned her $500,000, and Confessions of a Dangerous Mind reportedly paid her $250,000.

She earned $1.5 million for her part in Mad Love in 1995, and $3 million for Ever After in 1998. She made $9 million for her Charlie’s Angels debut in 2000 and $14 million for the sequel. Her $15 million salary in 2007 was her highest ever.

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Drew Barrymore Sells Hamptons Home for $5.5 Million

Over the years, Drew Barrymore’s real estate transactions have been widely reported. A 5,600-square-foot property on the water in the Hamptons apparently cost her just over $5.5 million in 2019.

Drew spent $5.5 million buying a mansion in Montecito, California, in 2010. It has 6,258 square feet of living space. A little more than two acres of land surround the six-bedroom, seven-and-a-half-bathroom mansion. Beautiful windows that go from floor to ceiling can be seen throughout the home.

Hardwood flooring run throughout. The kitchen is spacious and bright. The house features a long wrap-around porch, a two-story guesthouse, a laundry room, a terrace, fruit trees, and a garage large enough to fit four automobiles. She put the home up for sale for $7.5 million in 2013 and got $6.35 million for it.

She reportedly made over $16.5 million through the sale of a Hollywood Hills mansion in the summer of 2018.

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