What is Cameron Diaz 2021 Worth? (UPDATED 2022), How Much She Earns From Her Acting Career?

Cameron Diaz’s Net Worth

  • Net Worth– $140 Million
  • Age– 48
  • Born– August 30, 1972
  • Country of Origin– United States of America
  • Source of Wealth– Professional Actress

As of 2022, Cameron Diaz‘s net worth is expected to be around $140 million.

Cameron Michelle Diaz is a retired American actress, novelist, producer, and fashion model from San Diego. Diaz’s breakout role came in 1994 when she featured in ‘The Mask’ starring Jim Carrey.

She is also known for the movies “There’s Something About Mary” (1998), “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” (2003), “What Happens in Vegas” (2008), “Knight and Day” (2010), and “Bad Teacher” (2011).

Cameron Diaz has been in the spotlight for more than two decades. She began her modeling at age sixteen and earned her first acting gig in ‘The Mask‘ in 1994.

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Then there was ‘Charlie’s Angels,’ which garnered $264 million around the world; ‘Gangs of New York,’ which made $193 million around the world; and the Shrek establishment, with Shrek 2 earning $919 million around the world.

Moving back to the ’90s, Diaz made $20 million from her performance in Charlie’s Angels, turning into the third highest-paid performer to get that much from a movie.

Early Life

Cameron Michelle Diaz was born on August 30, 1972, in San Diego, California. Chimene is the name of Diaz’s older sister. She has Cuban roots, and her ancestors came to Cuba from Spain, where her father’s family originated.

Emilio Diaz, Diaz’s father, worked for the California oil company “Unocal.” Diaz’s mother, Billie, was an import/export agent.

Diaz grew up in Long Beach and attended Los Cerritos Elementary School and then Long Beach Polytechnic High School alongside rapper Snoop Dogg.

Professional Life

Diaz’s career began when she became 19 years old. She first starred in the adult movie named ‘She’s No Angel’.

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Cameron Diaz net worth

In 1994 she was one of the major cast in the superhero fantasy picture ‘The Mask’ opposite comedian and actor Jim Carrey. The amazing performance garnered her a Golden Globe nomination.

In 1997, Diaz starred alongside Julia Roberts, Dermot Mulroney, Rupert Everett, and Philip Bosco in ‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’. That movie received an outstanding performance from Diaz.

A year later she appeared in the films Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Very Bad Things, and the award-winning picture ‘There’s Something About Mary. Diaz’s career took off from there.

Both ‘Being John Malkovich’ and ‘Things You Can Tell Just by Looking at Her’ starred Diaz in 1999, both of which were nominated for a Golden Globe.

Ashton Kutcher co-starred with Cameron Diaz in the romantic comedy ‘What Happens in Vegas,’ which became one of Diaz’s most well-known films. She also acted in the film ‘My Sisters Keeper’ which was based on Jodi Picoult’s novel of the same year.

Since then Diaz has been delivering some of the most successful movies for many decades. The Counselor, A Liar’s Autobiography, and What to Expect When You’re Expecting have all featured her as a leading lady.

‘Annie’ was the last time she appeared on the big screen, and she later declared to the public that she was done with acting.

Aside from the celebrities named above, Diaz has also collaborated with superstars such as Tom Cruise, Justin Timberlake, Jason Segel, Jack Black, and Eddie Murphy.

As of 2022, Cameron Diaz is expected to have an estimated net worth of $140 million.


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Here are some of the top highlights of Cameron Diaz’s career:

  • The Mask (Movie,1994)
  • There’s Something About Mary (Movie, 1998)
  • Charlie’s Angels (Movie, 2000)
  • Shrek (Movie, 2001)
  • Gangs of New York (Movie, 2002)
  • Golden Globes (Best Performance by an Actress, 2003) – Nominated
  • The Holiday (Movie, 2006)
  • The Box (Movie, 2009)
  • Knight and Day (Movie, 2010)
  • Bad Teacher (Movie, 2011)
  • Annie (Movie, 2014)
  • The Other Woman (Movie, 2014)
  • Sex Tape (Movie, 2014)

Cameron Diaz’s Favourite Quotes

“Sexuality and love can be different things. I can be attracted to a woman sexually, but it doesn’t mean I want to be in love with a woman. If I’m going to be with a woman sexually, it doesn’t mean I’m a lesbian. We put these restraints and definitions on people, but it’s hard to define.” – Cameron Diaz 

“You shouldn’t hate another woman because she is beautiful and you shouldn’t hate yourself because another woman is beautiful. Like, that’s the trap that women fall into so much and they are like ”She is so beautiful I hate her”. I could never say something like that about another woman. I celebrate everyone’s beauty. Celebrate their beauty and celebrate your own, find the beauty in yourself.” – Cameron Diaz 

“I’m someone who loves to enjoy life and tries to focus on real things and real friendships. That’s why I live very simply. I’m a jeans and T-shirt kind of girl. I don’t spend much time fixing myself up or trying to look cool. I live like a normal person and even though I’m in a very high-profile business, I really don’t let it affect the way I live.” – Cameron Diaz 

“My Latin roots are very strong. All my life, because I’m blonde and blue-eyed, people who aren’t Hispanic can’t believe I am. And people who are Hispanic always think I’m not because I don’t look like them. Being Latin is part of who I am and I bring that part to every role.” – Cameron Diaz 

“I am just at that stage of wondering where I go from here. I came into this business almost by accident, but now it has become serious. What started as a bit of fun, something to do other than be a model has taken on a different career curve. I have been forced to ask where that curve is going to end up.” – Cameron Diaz 

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