How much is Emily Hampshire Worth ?

Emily Hampshire

Emily Hampshire Net Worth: Emily Hampshire is a Canadian entertainer, essayist, and maker who has a net worth of $3 million. Hampshire is most popular for playing Stevie Budd on the widely praised arrangement “Schitt’s Creek” (2015–2020). Emily has in excess of 80 acting credits to her name, including the movies “Great Neighbors” (2010) and “Mother!” (2017) and the TV shows “Made in Canada” (1998–2001), “Tenderfoot Blue” (2013), and “12 Monkeys” (2015–2018). She likewise composed and created the web arrangement “Humpday with Hampshire” (2020), and in mid 2021, it was reported that she would star in, delivering, and co-composing a reboot of “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman” for Sony Pictures Television.

Early Life

Emily Hampshire was brought into the world on August 29, 1981, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She got keen on acting when she was 11 years of age after her mom took her to an exhibition of “Les Misérables.” Emily started acting in plays while going to an all-young ladies Catholic school, and she moved to Toronto to seek after a vocation in film and TV at age 16. In spite of the fact that she was acknowledged into the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in the wake of moving on from secondary school, Hampshire didn’t go to on the grounds that she was projected in a film seven days in the wake of being acknowledged into the school.

Profession

Hampshire made her TV debut in a 1994 scene of the Nickelodeon/YTV arrangement “Are You Afraid of the Dark?,” and she showed up on the show again in 1996. In 1997, she showed up in the film “Dead Innocent,” the miniseries “The Last Don,” the TV film “Like clockwork,” and the TV arrangement “Earth: Final Conflict.” From 1998 to 2001, Emily had a repetitive job as Siobhan Roy on CBC Television’s “Made in Canada,” and around this time, she showed up in the movies “Kid Meets Girl” (1998), “The Life Before This” (1999), and “Pursuing Cain” (2001) and the TV motion pictures “Periods of Love” (1999), “Love Letters” (1999), “Glad Face Murders” (1999), and “Hatred” (2000).

She likewise visitor featured on “La Femme Nikita” (2000) and voiced Diana Barry on “Anne of Green Gables: The Animated Series” (2000–2001) and Alyson on “Braceface” (2001–2004). She visitor featured on “Freak X” (2002), “A Nero Wolfe Mystery” (2002), and “Manikins Who Kill” (2004) and showed up in the movies “Frauds” (2003), ” “A Problem with Fear” (2003) “Curve” (2003), and “Blood” (2004), then, at that point she voiced Misery on “Ruby Gloom” from 2006 to 2007. Hampshire co-featured with Alan Rickman and Sigourney Weaver in the 2006 film “Snow Cake,” and that year she likewise showed up in the lighthearted comedy “It’s a Boy Girl Thing.”

Emily Hampshire co-featured with Jay Baruchel in 2009’s “The Trotsky,” 2010’s “Acceptable Neighbors,” and 2012’s “Cosmopolis,” and she visitor featured on his TV arrangement “Man Seeking Woman” in 2015. She showed up in the movies “Pass on” (2010), “My Awkward Sexual Adventure” (2012), “Every one of the Wrong Reasons” (2013), and “The Returned” (2013), and she handled a repetitive part as Jennifer Goines on the Syfy arrangement “12 Monkeys” in 2015 and was elevated to an arrangement standard for the subsequent season.

In 2015, Hampshire additionally started playing Stevie Budd on “Schitt’s Creek,” showing up in 78 scenes more than six seasons. She visitor featured on “Houdini and Doyle, and she co-featured with Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem in the Darren Aronofsky film “Mother!” in 2017. Emily showed up in the movies “Never Saw It Coming” and “The Death and Life of John F. Donovan” in 2018, and in 2019, she visitor featured on two scenes of the web arrangement “Save Me” and was projected in the non mainstream blood and gore film “Home,” which she is likewise leader creating. In 2020, it was reported that Hampshire had been given a role as Rebecca Morgan in the EPIX arrangement “Chapelwaite,” which depends on the Stephen King short story “Jerusalem’s Lot.”

Individual Life

Emily, who distinguishes as pansexual, hitched previous soccer player Matthew Smith in 2006, and Smith sought legal separation in 2015. In 2018, Hampshire started a relationship with vocalist musician Teddy Geiger, who had come out as a trans lady the earlier year. The couple got occupied with November 2018, however they split up in June 2019. Emily moved to Los Angeles in 2007, and she has been a naturalized U.S. resident since September 2014.

Grants and Nominations

Hampshire has won seven Canadian Screen Awards: Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role or Guest Role in a Comedic Series for “Schitt’s Creek” in 2016 and 2017, Best Supporting or Guest Actress, Comedy for “Schitt’s Creek” in 2018 and 2019, Best Lead Performance, Web Program or Series for “Save Me” in 2020, and Best Supporting Actress, Comedy for “Schitt’s Creek” in 2020 and 2021. The “Schitt’s Creek” cast won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series in 2021 and an IGN Summer Movie Award for Best TV Ensemble in 2020.

Emily won a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Performance by a Female – Film for “My Awkward Sexual Adventure” in 2013 and a Golden Maple Award for Newcomer of the Year in a TV Series Broadcasted in the US for “12 Monkeys” and “Schitt’s Creek” in 2015. In 2012, she was regarded with a Birks Canadian Diamond Award at the Cannes International Film Festival.

The “Made in Canada” cast acquired a Gemini Award for Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series in 2001, and Hampshire and her “Ruby Gloom” co-stars were assigned for Best Individual or Ensemble Performance in an Animated Program or Series in 2008.

Emily has gotten Genie Award assignments for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for “A Problem with Fear” (2004) and “Snow Cake” (2007) and Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for “Blood” (2005). She has likewise procured assignments from the Gold Derby Awards (Comedy Supporting Actress for “Schitt’s Creek”), Indie Series Awards (Best Lead Actress – Drama for “Save Me”), International Online Cinema Awards (Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for “Schitt’s Creek”), Online Film and Television Association (Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for “Schitt’s Creek”), and The Webby Awards (Video – Best Individual Performance for “Save Me”).

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