Rachel McAdams is indeed a $25 million net worth Canadian actress. McAdams is most recognised for her roles in “Mean Girls” (2004), “The Notebook” (2004), “Wedding Crashers” (2005), “Sherlock Holmes” (2009), as well as “Game Night” (2010). (2018). She had received several honours for her work, including an Oscar nomination for her role in 2015’s “Spotlight.” McAdams is most recognised for her cinematic work, but she has also been on television in the Canadian series “Slings & Arrows” as well as the HBO crime thriller “True Detective” (2015). McAdams starred as Christine Palmer inside the 2016 Marvel blockbuster “Doctor Strange,” that made $677.7 million at the box office, and it has been revealed in 2020 that she will reprise her role in “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.”
McAdams first appeared on television in 2001, in the MTV pilot “Shotgun Love Dolls” as well as an episode of both the Disney Channel series “The Famous Jett Jackson.” In 2002, she acted inside the movies “My Name Is Tanino” and “Perfect Pie,” as well as she co-starred in “The Hot Chick” alongside Rob Schneider and Anna Faris.
That same year, she featured as a guest star inside the science-fiction series “Earth: Final Conflict” and even in the tv movie “Guilt by Association.” Rachel portrayed Kate McNab in seven episodes of “Slings & Arrows” from 2003 to 2004, and her breakthrough role came in 2004 when she was hired as Regina George in Tina Fey’s “Mean Girls.” Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, and “Saturday Night Live” alums Amy Poehler, Tim Meadows, and Ana Gasteyer co-starred alongside McAdams.
Rachel’s those certain 2004 movie, “The Notebook,” was indeed a box office hit, grossing $116.1 million worldwide, as well as she followed that up with such a string of hits in 2005, including the Owen Wilson-Vince Vaughn comedy “Wedding Crashers” ($288.5 million), the Wes Craven thriller “Red Eye” ($96.2 million), and the comedy-drama “The Family Stone” ($92.9 million).
For “Wedding Crashers,” “The Family Stone,” and “Red Eye,” she was nominated Breakthrough Actress by the Hollywood Film Awards, as well as the ensemble of “Le Petit Prince” earned the Behind the Voice Actors Award for Best Vocal Ensemble inside a TV Special/Direct-to-DVD Title or Short. Rachel was nominated for seven MTV Movie Awards, winning Best On-Screen Team and Breakthrough Female for “Mean Girls,” as well as Best Kiss for “The Notebook.” She had received 19 Teen Choice Award nominations, winning six times for “The Notebook,” including Best Movie Actress inside a Drama, Best Movie Love Scene, Best Movie Liplock, and Best Movie Chemistry.