Jenny Agutter's Net Worth?

Jenny Agutter is an actress from the United Kingdom with an estimated net worth of $8 million. Jenny Agutter was born in December 1952 in Taunton, Somerset, England. She has a long list of acting credits, dating back to 1964. From 1967 to 1968, Agutter played Kirsty Kerr on the television series The Newcomers.


Agutter traveled to Hollywood at the age of 21 and starred in a series of films over the next decade, including The Eagle Has Landed 1976, Logan’s Run 1976, Equus 1977, An American Werewolf in London 1981, and an adaptation of James Herbert’s novel The Survivor 1986. The naivety of the characters she played in her early films, mixed with the costuming and nuance in subsequent mature roles like Logan’s Run, Equus, and An American Werewolf in London, is “ideal fantasy fuel,”.

Jenny Agutter's Net Worth?

Agutter returned to the UK in 1990 to focus on her family, and her attention changed to British television. During the 1990s, she starred in an adaptation of Jeffrey Archer‘s novel Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less, as the scandalous Idina Hatton in the BBC miniseries The Buccaneers, based on Edith Wharton’s unfinished 1938 novel, and made guest appearances on TV shows like Red Dwarf and Heartbeat.

She acted as the mother in a third rendition of The Railway Children, produced by Carlton TV, in 2000. Agutter has appeared in various television programs since then, including Spooks, The Invisibles, Monday Monday, and The Alan Clark Diaries. Agutter restarted her Hollywood career in 2012, starring in the films.

Since her stage debut in 1970, Agutter has participated in several theatre plays, including periods at the National Theatre in 1972–73, the Roundhouse in 1980 in a derivative of Hedda Gabler, and the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1982–83. Agutter starred as Pat Green in the Hugh Whitemore play Breaking the Code, on computer pioneer Alan Turing, on Broadway in 1987–88. She appeared in an RSC production of Love’s Labour’s Lost in Tokyo in 1995.

Jenny Agutter's Net Worth?

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She also appeared as an outlawed scientist in The Minister of Chance and guest-starred in the Doctor Who audio drama The Bride of Peladon in 2008.
In the Radio 4 sitcom Ed Reardon’s Week, she played Fiona Templeton, a guest star role.

Personal life

Agutter met Johan Tham, a Swedish hotelier who was a director of Cliveden Hotel in Buckinghamshire, at a 1989 arts event in Bath, Somerset. Their son Jonathan was born on December 25, 1990, after they married in August 1990. Agutter lives in London, but he has a strong interest in Cornwall and once owned a second home on the Trelowarren Estate in one of the Lizard peninsula’s parishes.

Jenny Agutter's Net Worth?

In the 2012 Birthday Honours, she was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for her charity work.

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She has worked to raise awareness of cystic fibrosis, a disease she believes is to blame for the deaths of two of her siblings. Her niece is afflicted with the illness. Call the Midwife aired an episode about cystic fibrosis after Agutter suggested it. She has also volunteered for organizations, including the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, which she is a patron of she is also a carrier of the genetic mutation.