Hilary Swank Net Worth

What is the estimated net worth of the actress Hilary Swank? She is a person both men and women like and cherish. It is people like she who make us look up to Hollywood and other movie stars. We will talk about her net worth, but first, a little bit more about the actress herself. She is an American born in Lincoln, Nebraska, United States on the July 30, 1974. Finding her talents at quite a young age, she studied and later graduated from Sehome High School in Bellingham, South Pasadena High School (dropped out). Over a period of time she was selected to appear in many movies and TV shows. Popular in her home country and across the globe, Hilary Swank stands at 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m). Chad Lowe (m. 1997–2007) and unknown make up her family. Since we know that Hollywood actors earn six, seven or even eight figure sums, Hilary Swank is no exception, having an estimated net worth of $40 Million.

Read more about Hilary Swank Biography

To begin with, she was raised in Lincoln, Nebraska, later lived in Spokane and Bellingham, Washington state. While studying at high school she was into sports, participating in Washington state championships and the Junior Olympics in swimming, plus competing in gymnastics coming fifth in Washington all-around gymnastics event. In addition to being a great in sports, she acted at school, The Seattle Children’s Theater and Bellingham Theatre Guild. Later, she decided to pursue a career in acting as she felt a great passion for it. Consequently, it became a source of Hilary Swank’s net worth.

Swank debuted on the big screen with a role in the film “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” (1992) directed by Fran Rubel Kuzui. Meanwhile she appeared in series on television and soon received her first recognition from critics, as her role in the sitcom “Camp Wilder” (1992 – 1993) saw her nominated for the Young Artist Award as the Best Young Actress in a New Television Series. She kept on working and created many roles on the big screen as well as on television, including “The Next Karate Kid” (1994), “Quiet Days in Hollywood” (1997), “The Sleepwalker Killing” (1997), “Beverly Hills, 90210” (1997 – 1998) and other.

Soon, Hilary Swank’s fame and worldwide recognition came as the actress was nominated for an impressive 33 and won 25 awards for her lead role in Kimberly Peirce drama film “Boys Don’t Cry” (1999); for the Best Actress Swank won the Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, Satellite Award, Broadcast Film Critics Association Award and many other prestigious awards. This role has been the best created by Hilary so far. It is worth mentioning, that she has created many other roles which have won awards as well as receiving numerous nominations. These were landed in the films “The Gift” (2000) directed by Sam Raimi, “Insomnia” (2002) directed by Christopher Nolan, „11:14” (2003) directed by Greg Marcks, “Iron Jawed Angels” (2004) directed by Katja von Garnier, “Million Dollar Baby” (2004) directed, scored and co-produced by Clint Eastwood, “Freedom Writers” (2007) directed by Richard LaGravenese, “P.S. I Love You” (2007) directed by Richard LaGravenese, “Amelia” (2009) directed by Mira Nair, “Conviction” (2010) directed by Tony Goldwyn and “The Homesman” (2014) directed and produced by Tommy Lee Jones. This long list of the roles worth awards as well as nominations shows that Hilary Swank is really one of the best actresses. No doubt, these have also added considerably to the overall size of Hilary Swank’s net worth. Currently, the actress is working on the upcoming feature film “Spark” and drama series “The One Percent”.

In her personal life, Hilary Swank has been married once. In 1997, she married the actor and director Chad Lowe, but they divorced in 2007. From 2006 to 2012, she was reportedly in a relationship with the agent John Campisi.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Hilary Swank
  • Net Worth: $40 Million
  • Date Of Birth: July 30, 1974
  • Place Of Birth: Lincoln, Nebraska, United States
  • Height: 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
  • Weight: 121 pounds
  • Profession: Actress, Film Producer
  • Education: Sehome High School in Bellingham, South Pasadena High School (dropped out)
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Chad Lowe (m. 1997–2007)
  • Parents: Judy Swank, Stephen Michael Swank
  • Siblings: Daniel Swank
  • Nicknames: Hilary Ann Swank
  • Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/hilaryswank
  • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hilaryswank/?hl=en
  • IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005476
  • Allmusic: www.allmusic.com/artist/hillary-swank-mn0001015725
  • Awards: Academy Award for Best Actress (1993, 2004), Independent Spirit Award, Hollywood Film Festival Award for Best Actress, Gotham Award- Tribute Award (2010), Satellite Award for Best Actress (1999),
  • Nominations: BAFTA Award for Best Actress, MTV Movie Awards, Empire Award for Best Actress, Saturn Awards, Screen Actors Guild Award
  • Movies: “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “Boys Don’t Cry” (1999), “Lauda: The Untold Story” (2015) “Freedom Writers” (2007), “The Reaping”, “Amelia” (2009), “Million Dollar Baby” (2004)
  • TV Shows: “Beverly Hills, 90210” 91997-1998), “Camp Wilder” (1992-1993), “Iron Jawed Angels” (2004), “Mary and Martha” (2013), “5 Seconds of Summer” (2015)

Quotes

  • Well, my boyfriend’s son is 6 years old and you wonder at what age should you should stop walking around nude. But he doesn’t look twice; he doesn’t think about it yet. I just toss and turn too much when I sleep, and if I’m in clothes, I get all twisted up.
  • I usually die in my movies. I don’t live to see the credits.
  • I don’t say to my agent “Find me powerhouse roles.” But I like to dive into things that scare the crap out of me. I’m completely drawn to those people who, against all odds, persevere. And when you don’t have fictional licence, it’s an added challenge, because you’ve got this enormous responsibility to portray someone’s life in a way that does them justice.
  • You can change your fate. You can sit back, or you can go after your life and all that you want it to be.
  • Life is about family. You have to be there for your people. Without that, hat’s the point?
  • Every day when I look at my pets, I know they’re thankful I’ve adopted them. I’m just as thankful they’ve adopted me.
  • You see these incredible bodies in Africa that are all muscle. They’re running to hunt in these tribes. And you think, ‘How does the body look like that?’ But if you’re utilizing your body, you recognize it is a machine and it can be capable of whatever you need it to be.
  • [on what’s important in a relationship] I think that if you can grow together, you’ll stay together. The most important qualities in making a relationship work are a blend of three ingredients: communication, respect and believing in another person. I’ve been with my husband for over twelve years. That’s what made our relationship work. We have a mutual respect, the communication is key and believing in one another makes you feel like you can do anything!
  • [on trying to achieve your goals] As in life, your mind can be the hugest obstacle or tool, depending on how you choose to use it. And I find that a lot of people who are successful in life say, “I can do this, and I will do this.” Their minds don’t get in their way; whereas people who wake up and say, “Oh, I can’t,” their mind is in their way, and it’s going to stop them from doing what they need to do to achieve their dream.
  • [on boxing] At the beginning, it’s not like I didn’t like boxing. I just didn’t think about boxing, I didn’t even really have an opinion about it. And when I heard about it, I just thought, “What is the thing about hitting someone and wanting to get hit?”. The whole thing eluded me, but then, you know what? Like anything else in life, when you have to dive into something deeper, you gain respect for it because you learn about it in different ways than you ever would expect. What I realized when I learned more about boxing is that it is so much more than just the physical aspect of it. Obviously, the physical aspect of it is huge, but it is such an unbelievably mental challenge. There’s such an art to boxing, it’s like a great game of chess. When you’re in the ring, you’re one with your opponent. Everything goes silent and it’s you and that person. You hear your breath. You hear the other person. And as you try to figure out their strength and weakness, you’re learning about your own strength and weaknesses. And each person that you spar or fight with, their strength and weakness brings out new strength and weakness in yourself. And the second you think, “I have this person,” and get cocky, you can lose and you usually do. It’s a great analogy to life. You have to remain humble and have respect for the other person.
  • [on giving advice to beginning actors] You need to study and work on your craft. If you’re not prepared when that dream audition comes, you are not going to get that opportunity. To me, the definition of success is when opportunity meets preparation. So I really recommend that actors always work on their craft and their skills. Obviously, you can’t make a living doing that, but you can get a lot of joy from it and learn and be inspired by the people you’re working with and by your teachers and by the material. As long as you’re still being inspired by it, you’re going to find joy. Then hopefully the role will come along. I just want every actor to know to keep chipping away at it.
  • [on getting rejected for roles] I have to say that I didn’t ever really see it as rejection, per se, and I don’t know why. I guess if I saw it as rejection, then I would allow myself time to focus on something that seemed negative, instead of realizing, “I have an audition tomorrow,” and I was auditioning a lot, and, “If I focus on why I didn’t get that, then I’m not going to be able to be present and work on this.” At that time, it was easier for me to let go of the past and just move on. Although there were so many times when it didn’t mean I didn’t get depressed if I didn’t get something that I really wanted. I mean, I’m human, and I absolutely would get bummed out, especially if I worked really hard on something, and it came right down to me and someone else. But I’d try to get feedback. Was there something that I could have done differently? Was it something I can work on the future for the next job? And try to gain a positive from it? And sometimes it wasn’t anything I’d done. It was just the blue-eyed girl looked better with the brown-eyed boy. You can’t change that; you can’t control that.
  • [on working as an actor] I’ve realized that as an actor you have to just keep working really hard and studying your craft. I think I thought maybe things would be easier after the first Academy Award, that I would get better job opportunities, but then you really realize that there’s not a whole lot of great quality out there, for women especially. It’s not just something that women say; it’s the truth. Because of that I had to be specific about not just doing something that I didn’t want to do, but I also needed to pay my bills. I didn’t do job after job after job. I would do a job and then still keep working on acting, whether it would be reading a play – something that’s inspiring – with a bunch of actors, hearing it, studying, reading books about acting, and watching actors. I think it’s an ever-evolving craft. And I think it’s something that you always need to work at.
  • [Woman’s World, July 19, 2005] I cut coupons, love specials and believe in buying toilet paper and toothpaste in bulk. It’s just who I am.
  • [on playing Annie Sullivan] I think when you’re playing a real character you have an extra responsibility to do it really right, so because of that, I do extensive research. I really try and figure out the person inside and out. I read the lines, but I read in-between the lines and try and find the qualities in that person that makes them human and I hopefully try and bring that out in what I do.
  • [Newsweek magazine] My most annoying question is “Hilary, are you ever going to play a pretty girl?”.
  • [2005 Academy Awards acceptance speech for Best Actress in a Leading Role] I don’t know what I did in this life to deserve all this. I’m just a girl from a trailer park who had a dream. I never thought this would ever happen, let alone be nominated. And a working actor, for that matter. And now, this. I thank the Academy. I’m eternally grateful for this great honor. I would also like to acknowledge my fellow nominees, Annette, Imelda, Kate, and Catalina, your work inspires me beyond words.I am going to start by thanking my husband because I’d like to think I learned from past mistakes. Chad, you’re my everything. Thank you for your support. It means the world. I would never be standing here if it weren’t for the — each and every one of the brilliant people I had surrounding me, supporting me and believing in me. Tom Rosenberg, Gary Lucchesi, thank you for sending me this most marvelous script. You will never know how grateful I am. Paul Haggis, for writing this beautiful script. Our other producers extraordinaire: Albert S. Ruddy (Al Ruddy), Clint, Rob Lorenz (Robert Lorenz). Phyllis Huffman, our casting director. My trainers, Grant Roberts and Hector Roca, you pushed me further than I ever thought I could push myself up to that last pound, actually to that last ounce. I thank you. My sparring partners who were so patient. And everyone at Gleason’s.Well, the ever-amazing Morgan Freeman. Tom Stern, our cinematographer, you are brilliant. Joel Cox, our editor, you’re amazing. You know? I’m going to thank my mom for believing in me from the beginning. My dad, for his support. My agents, Josh Lieberman, Tony Lipp, Kelly Tiffan, John Campisi. Jason Weinberg, my manager (You can’t do that. I haven’t gotten to Clint yet! I saved him for the end)Karl Austen (Karl R. Austen), Jeff Bernstein, my lawyers. And then Clint. Clint Eastwood. Thank you for allowing me to go on this journey with you. Thank you for believing in me. You’re my “macushla” Thank you. Warner brothers, as well. And you know what? Wait! Troy Nankin, my best friend and publicist. Thank you!

Facts

  • Announced her engagement to her boyfriend of 8 months Rubén Torres on March 21, 2016.
  • Is one of 11 actresses who won the Best Actress Oscar for a move that also won the Best Picture Oscar (she won for Million Dollar Baby (2004)). The others are Claudette Colbert for It Happened One Night (1934), Luise Rainer for The Great Ziegfeld (1936), Vivien Leigh for Gone with the Wind (1939), Greer Garson for Mrs. Miniver (1942), Louise Fletcher for One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (1975), Diane Keaton for Annie Hall (1977), Shirley MacLaine for Terms of Endearment (1983), Jessica Tandy for Driving Miss Daisy (1989), Jodie Foster for The Silence of the Lambs (1991) and Gwyneth Paltrow for Shakespeare in Love (1998).
  • Broke off her engagement to Rubén Torres in early June 2016.
  • She was signed on for two years but was fired from Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990) after only doing 16 episodes in 1998. She was later thankful because she was able to go for her role in Boys Don’t Cry (1999); winning her first Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role just two years later.
  • Was the 117th actress to receive an Academy Award; she won the Best Actress Oscar for Boys Don’t Cry (1999) at The 72nd Annual Academy Awards (2000) on March 26, 2000.
  • Took boxing lessons at Gleason’s Gym in New York City, in anticipation of her lead role as the female boxer in Clint Eastwood’s film Million Dollar Baby (2004) (original title “Rope Burns”), which was scheduled to begin filming in Los Angeles, California in June 2004. [April 2004]
  • Best friends with actress Mariska Hargitay.
  • Was originally cast as Rachel in Something Borrowed (2011), but after dropping out of the project, Ginnifer Goodwin was cast instead.
  • Got the role of Madeline Linscott in the crime drama The Black Dahlia (2006) after Eva Green turned down.
  • Was considered for the role of Satine in Moulin Rouge! (2001), but Nicole Kidman, who went on to receive a Best Actress Oscar nomination for her performance, was cast instead.
  • Each time Hilary Swank has won an Academy Award, Annette Bening was nominated in the same category.
  • Attended South Pasadena High School in South Pasadena, California.
  • Campaigned for the role of Christine Collins in Changeling (2008), but lost the role to Angelina Jolie.
  • As of 2013, she is only one of 6 actors who have a 2-0 winning record when nominated for an acting Oscar. The others are Luise Rainer for The Great Ziegfeld (1936) and The Good Earth (1937); Vivien Leigh for Gone with the Wind (1939) and A Streetcar Named Desire (1951); Helen Hayes for The Sin of Madelon Claudet (1931) and Airport (1970); Kevin Spacey for The Usual Suspects (1995) and American Beauty (1999); and Christoph Waltz for Inglourious Basterds (2009) and Django Unchained (2012).
  • Was listed as a potential nominee on the 2008 Razzie Award nominating ballot. She was suggested in the Worst Actress category for her performances in the films P.S. I Love You (2007) and The Reaping (2007). She failed to receive a nomination however.
  • Born to Stephen Swank, a Air National Guard officer, and his then wife Judy Swank, née Clough, a secretary and dancer, she has a brother, Dan.
  • Her longtime companion has been her agent, John Campisi, since December 2006.
  • Considers herself a spiritual person, although she isn’t member of an organized religion.
  • Made her film debut in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992).
  • Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6925 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on January 8, 2007.
  • Was declared #6 on the show “Hollywood’s Ten Best Beauty to Beast” transformations for the way she looked in Boys Don’t Cry (1999). Three other actresses on the list were nominated for Oscars for their movies and two won: Charlize Theron (Monster (2003)), Halle Berry (Monster’s Ball (2001)) and Salma Hayek (Frida (2002)).
  • For a few weeks before Boys Don’t Cry (1999) began filming, she went out in public dressed as a boy. Many were fooled by the disguise.
  • Awarded an Emery Award for her role as Brandon Teena in Boys Don’t Cry (1999). [November 2006]
  • Received a cut on the forehead during filming a scene of her movie P.S. I Love You (2007). She had to be brought to a hospital and received several stitches. [November 2006]
  • Studies acting with Larry Moss.
  • Formerly a vegetarian.
  • Replaced Sandra Bullock as Maggie Fitzgerald in Million Dollar Baby (2004) after Bullock dropped out for other commitments.
  • Her performance as Brandon Teena in Boys Don’t Cry (1999) is ranked #83 on Premiere magazine’s 100 Greatest Performances of All Time (2006).
  • Announced that she and her husband Chad Lowe are separating after 8 years of marriage. [January 2006]
  • Has two dogs: Karoo, a Corgi/Jack Russell mix, and Lucky, a German Shepherd/Labarador Retriever mix.
  • Though she’s known for her dramatic work, she starred in several sitcom pilots for CBS that never amounted to much.
  • Both of her Oscar-winning roles required huge physical changes.
  • Grew up in Bellingham, Washington, where she went to Sehome High School.
  • (January 15, 2005) Fined NZ$200 (AUD$190) for bringing undeclared fruit into New Zealand. She was found with an apple and orange at New Zealand’s Auckland International Airport. She has since contested the fine.
  • Joined Vivien Leigh, Helen Hayes and Luise Rainer as the only actresses with a perfect track record at the Oscars: Two nominations and two wins.
  • Is the third youngest actress to receive two Best Actress Academy Awards. Luise Rainer and Jodie Foster were the first and second, respectively.
  • Is the first woman to receive an Academy Award in a role as a boxer.
  • Attended Santa Monica College.
  • Although she was naturally athletic from high school, she totally changed physically to play Maggie in Million Dollar Baby (2004). She gained nearly 20 pounds, becoming so buff that her former clothes are still too small for her.
  • Ex-sister-in-law of Rob Lowe and makeup artist Sheryl Berkoff.
  • She and husband moved into a 4-story brownstone home in Greenwich Village (New York City) they bought for $4 million. [June 2002]
  • Hilary’s 20th birthday party was a 1974 themed party and was held in Hollywood at The Crush Bar.
  • Her maternal grandmother, Frances Martha Dominguez, was born in California, to a family of Mexican ancestry (with Spanish and Native American roots). Her other ancestry is English and German, with smaller amounts of Northern Irish (Scots-Irish), Swiss-German, Dutch, Scottish and Welsh. Her patrilineal line traces back to Balthasar Swank, who was born in Wuerttemberg, Germany, c. 1716. Her paternal grandmother was born in England.
  • Auditioned for the role of Lucy Hatcher on the television series The Practice (1997), which went to Marla Sokoloff.
  • Earned $75 a day for the drama movie Boys Don’t Cry (1999).
  • Mother Judy Swank moved with her to Los Angeles at age 16, where, impoverished for a while, they lived out of their car.
  • Met her ex-husband Chad Lowe on set of Quiet Days in Hollywood (1997), married after 5-month relationship.
  • Discovered as a young child actor by producer Suzy Sachs.
  • Competed in the Junior Olympics and Washington state championships in swimming; ranked fifth in the state in all-around gymnastics.
  • Has a parrot and a cat named Tallinn.
  • Has been acting professionally since she was age 16.
  • She won the lead role of Brandon Teena in Boys Don’t Cry (1999) after hundreds of other actresses had been considered and rejected over the course of three years. She told director Kimberly Peirce that, like her character, she was also 21 and hailed from Lincoln, Nebraska. But she was fibbing, and when Peirce later confronted her with the lies, she winningly responded: “But that’s what Brandon would do.”.
  • Cut off all of her hair and lived as a boy for a month to prepare her for her role as Brandon Teena in Boys Don’t Cry (1999).
  • Named one of People magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People in 2000, 2004 and 2005.

Trademarks

  • Her characters often go through an immidate or slow transformation in either appearance or skills.
  • Frequently portrays women who attempt to achieve their goals in life despite the odds and obstacles that get in their way.

Filmography

Actress
Title Year Status Character
Logan Lucky 2017 post-production
55 Steps 2017 post-production Colette
Spark 2016/I The Queen (voice)
You’re Not You 2014 Kate
The Homesman 2014 Mary Bee Cuddy
Mary and Martha 2013 TV Movie Mary
New Year’s Eve 2011 Claire Morgan – Times Square Story
The Resident 2011 Dr. Juliet Devereau
Conviction 2010/II Betty Anne Waters
Amelia 2009 Amelia Earhart
Birds of America 2008 Laura
P.S. I Love You 2007 Holly
The Reaping 2007 Katherine
Freedom Writers 2007 Erin Gruwell
The Black Dahlia 2006 Madeleine Linscott
Million Dollar Baby 2004 Maggie Fitzgerald
Red Dust 2004 Sarah Barcant
Iron Jawed Angels 2004 TV Movie Alice Paul
11:14 2003 Buzzy
The Core 2003 Beck
The Space Between 2002 Short
Insomnia 2002 Ellie Burr
The Affair of the Necklace 2001 Jeanne St. Remy de Valois
The Gift 2000 Valerie Barksdale
The Audition 2000 Short
Boys Don’t Cry 1999 Brandon Teena
Heartwood 1998 Sylvia Orsini
Beverly Hills, 90210 1997-1998 TV Series Carly Reynolds
Quiet Days in Hollywood 1997 Lolita
Leaving L.A. 1997 TV Series Tiffany Roebuck
The Sleepwalker Killing 1997 TV Movie Lauren Schall
Dying to Belong 1997 TV Movie Lisa Connors
Kounterfeit 1996 Video Colleen
Sometimes They Come Back… Again 1996 Video Michelle Porter
Terror in the Family 1996 TV Movie Deena Marten
The Next Karate Kid 1994 Julie Pierce
Cries Unheard: The Donna Yaklich Story 1994 TV Movie Patty Yaklich
Camp Wilder 1992-1993 TV Series Danielle
Buffy the Vampire Slayer 1992 Kimberly
Growing Pains 1991-1992 TV Series Sasha Serotsky
Evening Shade 1991 TV Series Aimee #1
Harry and the Hendersons 1991 TV Series
ABC TGIF 1990 TV Series Danielle
Producer
Title Year Status Character
All-Star Dog Rescue Celebration 2015 TV Movie executive producer
Fox’s Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular 2014 TV Movie executive producer
You’re Not You 2014 producer
Choose You 2011 Video documentary executive producer
Something Borrowed 2011 producer
The Resident 2011 executive producer
Conviction 2010/II executive producer
Amelia 2009 executive producer
Freedom Writers 2007 executive producer
Beautiful Ohio 2006 producer
Celebrity Charades 2005 TV Series executive producer
11:14 2003 executive producer
Soundtrack
Title Year Status Character
The Homesman 2014 performer: “Rosalie The Prairie Flower”, “Take Thee This Token”
Late Show with David Letterman 2010 TV Series performer – 1 episode
P.S. I Love You 2007 performer: “Gett Off”, “Love You ’til the End”
Thanks
Title Year Status Character
Will 2012/I Short special thanks
Self
Title Year Status Character
17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2011 TV Special Herself
Breakfast 2011 TV Series Herself – Actress
BFI London Film Festival Awards 2010 TV Special Herself
The Talk 2010 TV Series Herself
Late Show with David Letterman 2002-2010 TV Series Herself
Canada A.M. 2010 TV Series Herself
Larry King Live 2010 TV Series Herself
Talk Stoop with Cat Greenleaf 2010 TV Series Herself
Wetten, dass..? 2010 TV Series Herself
Guión busca estrella 2010 TV Movie documentary Herself
Rachael Ray 2007-2009 TV Series Herself
Live from Studio Five 2009 TV Series Herself
Inside the Actors Studio 2009 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Jay Leno Show 2009 TV Series Herself
Live with Kelly and Michael 2007-2009 TV Series Herself
Access Hollywood 2009 TV Series Herself
Stand Up to Cancer 2008 TV Movie Herself
E! Live from the Red Carpet 2008 TV Series Herself
Oscar’s Red Carpet 2008 with Regis Philbin 2008 TV Special Herself
The 80th Annual Academy Awards 2008 TV Special Herself – Presenter: In Memoriam
Die goldene Kamera 2008 2008 Herself
Shootout 2005-2007 TV Series Herself
The View 2007 TV Series Herself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2007 TV Series Herself
HBO First Look 2001-2007 TV Series documentary Herself
The Oprah Winfrey Show 2005-2007 TV Series Herself / Herself – Guest
Screen Nation Television and Film Awards 2007 2007 TV Special Herself
The New 7 Wonders of the World 2007 TV Movie Herself – Host
Punk’d 2007 TV Series Herself
Caiga quien caiga 2007 TV Series Herself
The Reaping: EPK Featurette 2007 TV Short Herself
Corazón de… 2006-2007 TV Series Herself
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2007 TV Series Herself
HypaSpace 2006-2007 TV Series documentary Herself
La nuit des Césars 2007 TV Series documentary Herself
Le grand journal de Canal+ 2007 TV Series documentary Herself
Six O’Clock News 2007 TV Series Herself – Actress
The 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2007 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Best Screenplay
Late Night with Conan O’Brien 1999-2007 TV Series Herself
Charlie Rose 2007 TV Series
Made in Hollywood: Teen Edition 2006 TV Series Herself
…So Goes the Nation 2006 Documentary Herself
On Native Soil 2006 Documentary Narrator
VH1: All Access 2006 TV Series Herself
The 4th Annual TV Land Awards 2006 TV Special Herself
The 78th Annual Academy Awards 2006 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Best Actor in a Leading Role
12th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2006 TV Special Herself
The 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards 2006 TV Movie documentary Herself – Presenter: Best Actor in a Motion Picture – Drama
A Concert for Hurricane Relief 2005 TV Special Herself
Born to Fight 2005 Video documentary short Herself
James Lipton Takes on Three 2005 Video documentary short Herself
2005 MTV Movie Awards 2005 TV Special Herself – Presenter
Waratte iitomo! 2005 TV Series Herself
The 77th Annual Academy Awards 2005 TV Special Herself – Winner: Best Actress in a Leading Role
Saturday Night Live 2005 TV Series Herself – Host
11th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2005 TV Special Herself – Winner: Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role / Nominee: Outstanding Performance by a Cast of a Motion Picture, Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries
60 Minutes 2005 TV Series documentary Herself – Actress (segment “Hilary Swank”)
The 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards 2005 TV Special documentary Herself – Winner: Best Actress in a Motion Picture [Drama] / Nominee: Best Actress in a Mini-Series or Made for TV Movie
Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope 2005 TV Special Herself
The 10th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards 2005 TV Movie documentary Herself – Winner
The 2004 Annual Matrix Awards 2004 TV Special Herself – Winner
The 2004 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards 2004 TV Movie documentary Herself – Presenter: Best Female Lead
Sex at 24 Frames Per Second 2003 Video documentary Herself – Interviewee
To the Core and Back 2003 Video documentary short Herself – ‘Beck’
The Daily Show 2003 TV Series Herself
The 75th Annual Academy Awards 2003 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Film clip from ‘The Hours’ / Past Winner
Nature 2003 TV Series documentary Narrator
Day for Night: The Making of ‘Insomnia’ 2002 Video documentary short Herself
Gala Paramount Pictures Celebrates 90th Anniversary with 90 Stars for 90 Years 2002 TV Movie Herself
2002 MTV Movie Awards 2002 TV Special Herself – Presenter
The Gift: A Look Inside 2001 Video documentary short Herself
The Rosie O’Donnell Show 2000-2001 TV Series Herself
The Concert for New York City 2001 TV Special documentary Herself
VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards 2001 TV Special Herself
E! True Hollywood Story 2001 TV Series documentary Herself / Carly Reynolds
The 73rd Annual Academy Awards 2001 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Best Actor in a Leading Role
The 2001 IFP/West Independent Spirit Awards 2001 TV Special Herself – Presenter (uncredited)
The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2001 TV Special Herself
Nulle part ailleurs 2001 TV Series Herself
The 58th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2001 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Best Actor in a Motion Picture Drama
VH1 Divas 2000: A Tribute to Diana Ross 2000 TV Special Herself
Reel Models: The First Women of Film 2000 TV Movie documentary Herself – Co-Host
The 72nd Annual Academy Awards 2000 TV Special Herself – Winner: Best Actress in a Leading Role
The 57th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2000 TV Special Herself – Winner: Best Actress in a Motion Picture Drama
Boys Don’t Cry DVD Extra 1999 Short Herself
Untitled ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’ Featurette 1992 TV Short documentary Herself (uncredited)
Chelsea 2016 TV Series Herself
All-Star Dog Rescue Celebration 2015 TV Movie Herself
2016 Breakthrough Prize Ceremony 2015 TV Movie Herself – Presenter
Today 2004-2015 TV Series Herself / Herself – Guest
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee 2015 TV Series Herself
The Meredith Vieira Show 2015 TV Series Herself
Entertainment Tonight 2006-2014 TV Series Herself / Herself – The Homesman / Herself – You’re Not You
Variety Studio: Actors on Actors 2014 TV Series Herself
Teens Wanna Know 2014 TV Series Herself – Guest
Fox’s Cause for Paws: An All-Star Dog Spectacular 2014 TV Movie Herself – Host
The Insider 2014 TV Series Herself
Larry King Now 2014 TV Series Herself
Conan 2014 TV Series Herself – Guest
Made in Hollywood 2009-2014 TV Series Herself
Hollywood Film Awards 2014 TV Special Herself
Extra 2014 TV Series Herself – You’re Not You
Tavis Smiley 2010-2014 TV Series Herself – Guest / Herself
Cinema 3 2007-2014 TV Series Herself
Million Dollar Baby: On the Ropes 2014 Video short Herself
The Hollywood Reporter Roundtables 2013 TV Series Herself
Eastwood Directs: The Untold Story 2013 Documentary Herself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 2000-2013 TV Series Herself / Herself – At the Vanity Fair Oscar Party
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2004-2011 TV Series Herself / Herself – Guest
12th International Indian Film Academy Awards 2011 TV Special Herself
Hollywood Bowl Opening Night Gala 2011 Video Herself
The 83rd Annual Academy Awards 2011 TV Special Herself – Co-Presenter: Best Director
Mark at the Movies 2011 TV Series Herself
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
Entertainment Tonight 2014-2015 TV Series Herself / Herself – The Homesman
60 Minutes 2005-2012 TV Series documentary Herself / Herself (segment “The Entertainers”) / Herself – Actress (segment “Hillary Swank”) / …
Banda sonora 2012 TV Series Maggie Fitzgerald
Richard Roeper & the Movies 2010 TV Series Betty Anne Waters
The O’Reilly Factor 2008 TV Series Herself – ‘Patriot’ (segment “Pinheads & Patriots”)
Oscar, que empiece el espectáculo 2008 TV Movie documentary Herself / Maggie Fitzgerald (uncredited)
Cómo conseguir un papel en Hollywood 2007 TV Movie documentary Herself
50 premios Sant Jordi de cinematografía 2006 TV Special Maggie Fitzgerald
Fabulous! The Story of Queer Cinema 2006 Documentary Herself / Brandon Teena
VH1 News Presents: Hollywood Secrets Revealed – Scenes They Don’t Want You to See 2006 TV Short Herself
El oficio de actor 2005 TV Movie documentary Herself (uncredited)
San Sebastián 2005: Crónica de Carlos Boyero 2005 TV Movie Teena Brandon – Brandon Teena (uncredited)
101 Biggest Celebrity Oops 2004 TV Special documentary Herself – #63: Acceptance Speech Goofs
The European Film Awards 1999 TV Special Brandon Teena

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