Maggie Siff Net Worth

Who is Maggie Siff? What is net worth of Maggie Siff? Maggie Siff is a stage, film and television actress born in June 1974 in Bronx, New York. She studied at Bryn Mawr College. Her father worked as a theatre actor, so she grew up watching him perform. In her childhood, she dreamed of becoming an actress, and when she grew older she pursued her actress career. She appeared in numerous productions all around New York and Philadelphia and soon she garnered more awards and roles. After earning a Jefferson Award nomination for performance in Dollhouse, she was awarded Barrymore Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Ghosts.

She graduated from NYU’s Tisch School where she studied Fine Arts; however, soon she made a name for herself in film and stage industry. She appeared in Richard Nelson’s Frank’s Home in Public Theaters. After she moved to Los Angeles she had cameo roles on numerous television shows. She appeared in Third Watch in 2004 and had a small role in Rescue Me. Eventually, she joined the cast of Mad Man where she played Rachel Menken.

Maggie Siff Net Worth 2017-2018

She has also worked in the movie industry in thriller Michael Clayton along George Clooney and Tilda Swinton and in romantic comedy Then She Found Me with Colin Firth. However, a role that made her famous and that was a key factor for her net worth was FX series, Sons of Anarchy where she played Dr. Tara Knowles until 2014. At present, she is one of the main casts of Billions.

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Maggie Siff Net Worth

Maggie Siff has a net worth of $9 million US dollars as of 2017. She is probably best known as Rachel Menken from Mad Men, and Dr. Tara Knowles-Teller on Sons of Anarchy. She has accumulated such net worth because she had a successful career as an actress, especially in television shows and series. With a role from Mad Men and Sons of Anarchy, she added up to the overall estimate net worth. She is known for films such as Push and Leaves of Grass; therefore, her film work has increased her net worth.

Maggie Siff Earning From Movies and Television Series:

• Sons of Anarchy Season 1 – $375,000
• Life on Mars – $307,000
• Concussion – $500,000
• Funny People – $340,000

Maggie Siff Net Worth in Past Five Years:

• 2012 – $3,000,000
• 2013 – $4,000,000
• 2014 – $5,000,000
• 2015 – $5,500,000
• 2016 – $6,000,000
• 2017 – $8,000,000

After she graduated from Bry Mawr College, where she earned Major’s degree in English literature, she attended Tish School of the Arts, one of the most prestigious acting schools in the United States. Before she got engaged in TV production and movies, she appeared in local theater production. One of the most popular and critically acclaimed roles was in “Ghosts” by Henrik Ibsen for which she earned a Barrymore. In 2004 she began to act in TV productions, however, in first few years she only appeared as recurring or cameo role. As a guest, she appeared in Gray’s Anatomy, Law, and Order and Rescue Me.

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The first contact with wide popularity was when she got the role in a TV show called “Mad Men”. She was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award. For a season six episode nine of Sons of Anarchy, Maggie Siff sang a song that was named Lullaby for a Soldier, and it was performed by her in order to create powerful and great mother to son message. Composer stated that she was a great singer with a beautiful voice.

She embraced the news of motherhood in her life because her daughter Lucy was born in 2014 when she announced her birth on the social media. With her husband Paul Ratliff, she enjoys her spare time and doesn’t want to create a combination of Hollywood and love. She protects her personal life away from cameras.

Maggie Siff is one of the greatest new actresses that appeared more on stage than on cameras, however, that doesn’t mean that we could not expect from her more vicious and great roles such as Billion, one of the most critically acclaimed series in the previous year. As we can see her net worth in the past few years it gradually goes up, so we can only assume what could happen in following year.