This Is How Much Money Zoey Deutch Is Actually Worth

Zoey Deutch has slowly been gearing up to become a forerunner in Hollywood's next generation of rising stars. If the name doesn't ring a bell, her face certainly will — the actress has been carving out a spot for herself among her celeb peers, starring in flicks like Zombieland: Double Tap and The Disaster Artist, all while turning heads at award shows such as the 2020 Golden Globes.

It may seem like Deutch has seemingly appeared out of nowhere onto the A-list scene. As it turns out, though, the Los Angeles-born starlet grew up on movie sets. Daughter of industry legend Lea Thompson, who is best known for her role as Lorraine Baines in the Back to the Future trilogy, it looks like Deutch is following in her mother's footsteps as a comedic darling on the big screen. "I really love the idea that comedy is acting out of optimism and positivity," the actress explained to L'Officiel of her success in the genre. "I find it a lot easier to be funny when you're positive."

While she's busy taking the Netflix world by storm starring alongside Jessica Lange in the comedy-drama The Politician, Deutch has definitely been growing her millions for some time now. Let's see how much money Zoey Deutch is actually worth.

Zoey Deutch is slowly becoming an in-demand name in Hollywood

Zoey Deutch got her big break in 2008 starring alongside Disney darlings Dylan and Cole Sprouse on The Suite Life on Deck. However, the starlet dreamed of becoming an actress long before then. "I was 3 years old when I decided I wanted to be an actress," Deutch revealed to W in January of 2020. "But my parents were very hesitant about letting a 3-year-old act professionally. Finally, they let me try out for a part on a Disney sitcom." The rest, as they say, was history.

Now that she's had some big-name projects under her belt, the starlet boasts a net worth of $4 million, according to CelebrityNetWorth. She's proven to be talented behind the camera, too, as the Los Angeles-based actress has slowly been adding "producer" to her resume, with flicks like Buffaloed and Most Dangerous Game, which is, at the time of this writing, still in pre-production.

If her growing CV isn't enough proof that Deutch is a force to be reckoned with, her fellow A-listers have a lot to say, too. "She's a genuine actress and I think that's what matters to her," her Politician co-star Jessica Lange told Cosmopolitan. "It's not about becoming famous." As for Deutch, she's just going to keep pushing forward. "I actually feel like my superpower is my anxiety," the actress explained to the outlet. "It's one of my key motivators, and it's at the center of my ambition."