Dutch actress, director, screenwriter, and former fashion model Famke Beumer Janssen is famously known for her performance in 'Xenia Onatopp' in 'GoldenEye' (1995), 'Jean Grey / Phoenix' in the 'X-Men' film series (2000–2014), 'Ava Moore' on 'Nip/Tuck', and Lenore Mills in the 'Taken' film trilogy (2008–2014).
Famke Janssen as Jean grey in X-Men.
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At six feet tall, Famke Janssen's always stood out from the crowd starring in many monumental movies. But since her character's dramatic death in 2006's 'X-Men: The Last Stand', the high-profile Janssen sort of disappeared from the spotlight.
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If you want to know about how much she earns from her acting profession, keep scrolling.
According to celebrity net worth, Janssen's possesses an estimated net worth of $20 million.
Famke Janssen holds an estimated net worth of $20 million.
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Like most of the celebrities in the Hollywood industry, the Dutch actress too refrains from flashing out the information of her net worth. The staggering $20 million net worth is the result of her career as a former fashion model and reputed actress.
The Amstelveen, Netherlands, native comes from a family that shares her passion for the entertainment industry. Her siblings Antoinette Beumer, a director, and Marjolein Beumer, an actor, share an association with the performance field.
Best known for her role in the 'X-Men' film series as 'Jean Grey', Famke resides in a condominium building in downtown Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood. Situated at 29 King Street, between Varick Street and Avenue of the Americas, the building contains 38 units and rises five stories.
Famke Janssen lives in an apartment building in New York.
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A big fan of her privacy, not much is known about the actress's details. However, as per the City Realty website, the asking price of apartments can reach as high as $2.15 million.
After only a year at the University of Amsterdam, Janssen moved to the United States of America and enrolled at Columbia University. This was where her early career in modeling began. In 1984, she signed up with the Elite Model Management and worked for Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, and Victoria's Secret before transitioning over to the field of acting.
Famke Janssen started her career as a model.
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The taste of Hollywood came from small guest roles on several TV series for Janssen after she retired from the modeling in the early 1990s. Her first was alongside Jeff Goldblum in the 1992 crime drama film 'Fathers & Sons.' However, she wouldn't become a prominent figure in the industry until 1995 when she appeared in Pierce Brosnan's first 'James Bond' film, 'GoldenEye,' as femme fatale 'Xenia Onatopp'.
Watch: Famke Janssen in GoldenEye 
'GoldenEye', the first of its kind spy movie, made a whopping $356 million + worldwide. Almost five long years later, Janssen portrayed the character of 'Jean Grey' in the 'X-Men' series for the very first time in 2000. A massive success in the superhero movie genre, 'X-Men' made about $297 million worldwide, whereas the second installment of the movie series, in which Janssen reprised her role, made $406.8 million worldwide.
The 55-year-old actress is more active towards TV series at present times. She appeared as 'Olivia Godfrey' in the American horror web television series, 'Hemlock Grove,' produced by Eli Roth and portrayed the role of 'Defense Attorney Eve Rothlo' in 'How to Get Away with Murder.'
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With over 25 years in the Hollywood industry as a prominent acting figure, it isn't surprising that Famke Janssen holds such an immense fortune.