Lizzy Caplan is an American actress and model best known for portraying the role in movies like Mean Girls and Cloverfield. She was also nominated for various awards for her roles in the movies. Caplan has also featured in television shows True Blood, the Cla s s, and Party Down. She appeared in the Showtime series Masters of Sex as Virginia Johnson. Caplan has made her appearances in various other movies.
Lizzy Caplan’s Net worth, Salary, and sources of income
Lizzy Caplan is 34 years old actress with the net worth estimated to be near to $4 million. Her net worth can be taken as the proof of her successful career. From her growing fame and net worth, we can a s sume that the beautiful actress will have huge net worth in the near future.
The gorgeous actress is yet to reveal her annual income. However, we can still guess that she has possibly good income. She was paid a huge amount for her role in the movies 127 Hours and True Blood and most of her net worth comes from her acting career and movies.
Lizzy Caplan in movie, The Interview
The actress is often seen in the advertisements and sponsorships. She is often hired for the promotions of various products and is paid huge by the companies. She is also the admirer of the famous brand, Apple.
Career of the actress
Lizzy Caplan is a graduate of Alexander Hamilton High School. She started her career in acting playing the role of a girl named Sara in the series Freaks and Greeks. She made several guest appearances on shows and music videos. Later, she appeared in the movie, From Where I Sit, her first movie which was released on television. She appeared in television series like Smallville, Once and Again, The Pitts etc.
Caplan gained worldwide recognition for portraying the role on a hit series Masters of Sex. It was a hit series which gained numerous fans and followers. She was also nominated for Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress. She was also seen in the movie, Now You See Me 2, a sequel to the hit movie Now You See Me. Apart from this, she had also appeared in different television series and movies.