Kristen Stewart is indeed an actress and director from the United States with a net worth of $70 million. Kristen Stewart’s acting career has covered early work as a child actor to being one of the world’s top movie stars in the Twilight series of films, before moving on to smaller, independent projects and the occasional major blockbuster. Her greatest paycheck was probably $25 million for both parts of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, which were published in November 2011 and 2012.
Kristen Stewart was born in Los Angeles, California, on April 9th, 1990, to John Stewart as well as Jules Mann-Stewart, some of whom work inside the entertainment industry.
Stewart’s early jump in acting was likely influenced by her upbringing in the entertainment world since she started her profession in serious there at age of eight. Stewart got her first break whenever a talent agent noticed her inside an elementary school performance. Following that, she spent a year applying for other parts until earning a tiny, non-speaking role in a Disney Channel TV movie. From then, she landed a series of tiny roles before landing the role of Jodie Foster’s daughter in David Fincher’s thriller Panic Room.
After her remarkable performance in Panic Room, this was only a question of time before Stewart was featured with her own movie. Her first main part was in the 2004 film Catch That Kid, before she was 14 years old. That year, she was nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance inside the TV movie Speak, in which she played a young adolescent who became deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly deafeningly. She appeared in films such as Fierce People, The Messengers, Into the Wild, Jumper, and What Just Happened the following year, working with director Jon Favreau on Zathura: A Space Adventure. But it wasn’t until 2007 that Stewart earned the part which would become her famous: Isabella “Bella” Swan inside the Twilight movie franchise, modelled upon that hugely popular young adult vampire romance novels.
Critics panned Stewart’s portrayal as Bella there at the time, calling her “wooden” and “blank,” and this is taken years for her to reclaim her image as just an actor, despite her praised performances in movies such Adventureland as Well as the Runaways, which were released whereas the series still was running. Following the completion of the Twilight trilogy, she acted inside one more major franchise picture in 2012 before embarking on a nearly decade-long career in indie filmmaking.