Here's How Much Florence Pugh Is Really Worth

Florence Pugh is the definition of an up-and-comer. She might be a (relative) Hollywood newcomer but chances are she's had more career (and financial success) than anyone you know. Let's back up, though! Pugh started getting attention from critics and film buffs as early as 2016 when she appeared in the academy award-nominated "Lady Macbeth." It wasn't until 2019, however, that she got her big break. In 2019, Pugh landed a starring role in two major blockbusters; "Midsommar" and "Little Women." Her fame skyrocketed from there.

Now, chances are, if you don't know Pugh from her film roles, you probably know her from her personal life. Pugh has spent the last few years involved in a very high-profile and controversial relationship with Zach Braff. The relationship is tricky business because Braff is 21 years older than Pugh. Pugh isn't bothered by it though. "I have the right to hang out and be with and go out with anyone I want to," she told Elle U.K. in 2020. "I've always found this part of what people do really bizarre. I'm an actor because I like acting and I don't mind people watching my stuff, but people have no right to educate me on my private life."

Clearly, Pugh can take care of herself — personally and financially. Exactly how much is the actor worth? Let's find out.

She felt guilty about spending money during 'Midsommar'

Florence Pugh has an impressive list of credits and an impressive bank account to match. She already has more money than most people make in their entire lives. According to most sources, Pugh is worth around $1.5 million. That's pretty impressive for someone who, in total, has only appeared in a dozen films.

What exactly does Pugh spend all that money on, anyway? Well, apparently not a lot. Pugh might be comfortable now, but money was definitely an issue for the actor when she was first getting started. So much so, in fact, that while filming "Midsommar," Pugh constantly worried about how much she was spending. "I remember worrying about spending money on weekly massages to zone out, but as my co-star, Jack Reynor, said to me, 'Flo, you're literally in hippy hell every single day, I think you deserve some nice calm time,'" Pugh told Glamour. " I was like, 'true thing!'" 

In addition, the film was emotionally difficult for her, as her role required her to enter a dark place. Pugh's character is struggling to overcome the death of her family all while navigating a toxic relationship. "It was tough on me as I had to be in such a level of mourning and depression that I had never experienced before." Thankfully, as Pugh's star continues to rise, she'll be able to afford all the massages she wants!