Kristin Scott Thomas Net Worth

What is the estimated net worth of the actress Kristin Scott Thomas? 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 British, French born in Redruth, Cornwall, England, UK on the May 24, 1960. Finding her talents at quite a young age, she studied and later graduated from The Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Leweston School, Central School of Speech and Drama, The Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Leweston School, Central School of Speech and Drama. 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, Kristin Scott Thomas stands at 5′ 6″ (1.68 m). François Olivennes and Hannah Olivennes, Joseph Olivennes, George Olivennes, Hannah Olivennes, Joseph Olivennes, George Olivennes make up her family. Since we know that Hollywood actors earn six, seven or even eight figure sums, Kristin Scott Thomas is no exception, having an estimated net worth of $12 Million.

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  • Full Name: Kristin Scott Thomas
  • Net Worth: $12 Million
  • Date Of Birth: May 24, 1960
  • Place Of Birth: Redruth, Cornwall, England, UK
  • Height: 5′ 6″ (1.68 m)
  • Profession: Actress, Soundtrack
  • Education: The Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Leweston School, Central School of Speech and Drama, The Cheltenham Ladies’ College, Leweston School, Central School of Speech and Drama
  • Nationality: British, French
  • Spouse: François Olivennes
  • Children: Hannah Olivennes, Joseph Olivennes, George Olivennes, Hannah Olivennes, Joseph Olivennes, George Olivennes
  • Parents: Simon Scott Thomas, Deborah Scott Thomas, Deborah Scott Thomas, Simon Scott Thomas
  • Siblings: Serena Scott Thomas, Samantha Scott Thomas, Ben Scott Thomas, Serena Scott Thomas, Samantha Scott Thomas, Ben Scott Thomas
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  • Awards: BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, European Film Award for Best Actress, Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble, Satellite Award for Best Ensemb…
  • Nominations: Academy Award for Best Actress, César Award for Best Actress, Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture – Drama, BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role, British Independent Film Award f…
  • Movies: The English Patient, Only God Forgives, Four Weddings and a Funeral, I’ve Loved You So Long, The Horse Whisperer, Random Hearts, Nowhere Boy, Gosford Park, My Old Lady, The Invisible Woman, Sarah’s Key, Suite Française, Under the Cherry Moon, Easy Virtue, Bitter Moon, Mission: Impossible, Confessio…
  • TV Shows: Gulliver’s Travels


  • [on which film she’s most proud of (Gloucester Citizen – March 22, 2015)] There are so many things I’m proud of for different reasons. There’s a Romanian film (Un été inoubliable (1994)) I did entirely in Romanian. I’m incredibly proud of that but no one’s seen it. I did a film with Nicolas Winding Refn (Only God Forgives (2013)), where I went a bit mad and I’m proud of that. I’m proud of The English Patient (1996) (the film that earned her an Academy Award nomination). So I’m mostly proud of things.
  • [on shooting Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009)]: I thought it would be quite good fun. But I spent my entire time waiting. I hated it, hated it, hated it, and I said that I wouldn’t do another one. Funnily enough, I haven’t been asked to.
  • On The English Patient (1996): It was so emotional that it did not end up being much fun. It was an extraordinary experience because I was working with Anthony Minghella and Ralph Fiennes, and I was aware of that, but it was very intense and painful. To be comfortable with exploring things that were difficult and coming away intact. That has all begun to happen since I started working in France, and that has made me braver. I have started to loosen up to things.
  • [on ageism in Hollywood]: I am just so angry about it and bored with it too. I am so pleased to be working here in France where women of my age are still regarded as having something to say and filmmakers find us emotionally intriguing. Just because you have a few wrinkles does not mean you do not have anything meaningful to contribute. As you get older, it all becomes richer and the implications of everything you do become so much more complicated – and therefore more interesting. Your life as a woman does not end because you are 35 or 45. (2010)
  • People will now go to films with subtitles, you know. They’re not afraid of them. It’s one of the upsides of text-messaging and e-mail. Maybe the only good thing to come of it.
  • When I speak English, I’ve been told, I have this patrician way of speaking that’s very irritating. It’s the whole class thing. But the French they have no inkling. Another thing is that your first success tends to mark you. In England the first time I was ever on screen I was playing an Evelyn Waugh character in A Handful of Dust (1988), and people loved it. But that sort of thing just grows, and people want to see you reproduce your own work. In France, thank goodness, they don’t really get that.
  • [At the École Nationale Supérieur des Arts et Techniques du Théâtre, Marcel Bozonnet] was a proper teacher. He was just a grown-up, very smart devourer of all things cultural, and I said to myself: ‘Yes, yes, I want to be like him! I don’t want to do kitchen-sink dramas, I don’t want to be on telly, I want to do what he does.’
  • I’ve always really wanted to be onstage but movies kind of carry you along. You get swept away by them. And there’s this feeling sometimes of being a bit of a pawn and of other people channeling their ambition through you. They make films, they make films, they make films. But theater – good theater – is rarer. If you see a really amazing production – there aren’t many, but if you see one – it stays with you forever and ever. Films are just consumables. The experience of living theater is more powerful.
  • I’m not complaining. I love the teamwork of making films, and you get to go to the most beautiful places. It’s a very privileged life in that respect. And you live about eight different lives when you’re making a film – 12 hours a day for 6, 8, 10 weeks just pretending to be someone else. I find that very stimulating. And then every now and then I go to a film that just blows you away, and that encourages me to want to make another.
  • I’m 47 – unlike most actresses, I don’t lie about my age – but I’m liking this bit. I love it. I wouldn’t swap it for a million years.
  • The parts I’ve been most successful in are the ones I’ve desperately, desperately wanted. One of them being Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994). I couldn’t think of anyone better for that part than me. And the other was The English Patient (1996). Occasionally, you read scripts and, well, there you are on the page.
  • People have always told me I was beautiful, but beauty isn’t the same as attractiveness and I don’t think I have ever been attractive . . . My sister Serena is beautiful and attractive, but not me.


  • She holds both British and French citizenship.
  • She views Lucian Pintilie’s Un été inoubliable (1994) as a peak of her career. She played a leading part for which she had to speak Romanian. Rather than learn Romanian for her part, she read her lines phonetically. She had all the lines translated into French, which she speaks fluently, so she knew what she was saying. She explained further, “The deal was they were going to dub me. But in the end they didn’t bother because I was able to say it with enough conviction. It’s a great, great movie. Really great.” [2002].
  • When asked about which film she’s most proud of during an interview with Gloucester Citizen on March 22, 2015, she cited Un été inoubliable (1994), Only God Forgives (2013) and The English Patient (1996).
  • Starred in three movies about World War II: The English Patient (1996), Elle s’appelait Sarah (2010) and Suite Française (2014).
  • Has starred in 3 films with good friend Ralph Fiennes: The English Patient (1996), Chromophobia (2005) and The Invisible Woman (2013).
  • She was awarded the DBE (Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2015 Queen’s New Year Honours List for her services to drama.
  • Was awarded the prestigious Laurence Olivier best actress award for her performance in Anton Chekhov’s “The Seagull”, on London’s West End Stage. She was also nominated for the same award for her performance in Harold Pinter’s “Old Times”.
  • As of 2016, has appeared in three films that were nominated for the Best Picture Oscar: Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994), The English Patient (1996) and Gosford Park (2001). Of those, only The English Patient (1996) won in the category.
  • The casting choice of her as Katherine Clifton in The English Patient (1996) led to a dispute between the studio and the producers of the film. Originally, 20th Century Fox was to finance the film, but they preferred a more well-known actress to play Katharine instead of Thomas. Demi Moore lobbied particularly hard for the role. After the producers refused to give in on a series of casting choices, Fox backed out of the film, and the project was uncertain just as production was about to begin. However, within a few weeks – during which the cast and crew stayed on in Italy without knowing if the film would be made – the film was picked up by Miramax.
  • Considers Only God Forgives (2013) to be very disturbing and hard to watch.
  • She actively lobbied director Anthony Minghella for the part of Katherine in The English Patient (1996). Minghella was dubious at first, especially after their first meeting which Scott-Thomas labeled as “disastrous”. She was cast after writing him a letter which included the statement “I am ‘K’ in your film”.
  • Admits to being difficult on the set of Gosford Park (2001). She did apologize to the cast and crew upon filming, but claims that she was in character during the production: “I was playing this woman who was difficult and so I became difficult”.
  • Stars in the Luigi Pirandello play “As You Desire Me” at the Playhouse Theatre, West End, London, England. [January 2006]
  • She is starring as “Arkadina” in “The Seagull” at the Walter Kerr Theatre in New York. [October 2008]
  • Speaking an almost perfect French, with only a small hint of English accent, she provided her own dubbing in most of her movies shot in English.
  • Kristin’s paternal grandfather, Commander William Scott Thomas, DSC, RN, was Welsh, born in St Asaph, Flintshire, Wales. Kristin is also of English, and 1/16th Dutch, ancestry.
  • Was considered for the part of Mrs. Lovett in a film adaptation of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007).
  • Has played the mother of Scarlett Johansson’s characters in two movies: The Horse Whisperer (1998) and The Other Boleyn Girl (2008).
  • The Golden Compass (2007), in which she had a small role, finished it’s domestic box office run on March 6 2008. The day after, March 7 2008, her movie The Other Boleyn Girl (2008) opened in theaters.
  • Has the rare distinction of being in two movies that opened on the same day in the U.S – The Golden Compass (2007) and The Walker (2007).
  • She won a 2008 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actress of her performance in “Seagull” at the Playhouse.
  • Was approached to play Emily Tallis in Atonement (2007).
  • Has lived in Paris since she was 19.
  • In the late 1990s she was scheduled to appear opposite Harrison Ford in a doomed production titled “Age of Aquarius,” but the project fell through due to financing complications. Yet again when she was up for the role of Harrison Ford’s leading lady in Six Days Seven Nights (1998), she lost the part to Anne Heche. She finally succeeded in appearing with Ford in Random Hearts (1999).
  • Considers herself more French than British, having lived in Paris for more years than in her homeland.
  • Made her feature film debut in the 1986 film Under the Cherry Moon (1986), which was directed by and starred Prince.
  • Was told by a school teacher back in her native England that she wouldn’t make it as an actress because there was no money to be made of it and that’s what influenced her to move to France where she currently still resides.
  • Member of the ‘Official Competition’ jury at the 53rd Cannes International Film Festival in 2000.
  • Ex-sister-in-law of Scott J. Tepper.
  • She also dubbed herself in French for Random Hearts (1999).
  • She was awarded Legion d’Honneur, France’s highest civilian award, in January 2005 honors list.
  • She was nominated for a 2004 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for Best Actress of 2003 for her performance in “Three Sisters” at the Playhouse.
  • Has three children with her ex-husband, François Olivennes: Hannah (born in 1988), Joseph (born 1991), and Georges (born 2000).
  • Is the eldest of five children.
  • She was awarded the OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2003 Queen’s Birthday Honours List for her services to drama.
  • Speaks French fluently and often stars in French films. Dubbed herself in French in Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994).
  • Older sister of Serena Scott Thomas.
  • Chosen by “People” magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World. [1997]
  • Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#50). [1995]


Title Year Status Character
Cherchez Hortense 2012 Iva Delusi
Bel Ami 2012 Virginie Rousset
La femme du Vème 2011 Margit
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen 2011 Patricia Maxwell
Contre toi 2010 Anna Cooper
Elle s’appelait Sarah 2010 Julia Jarmond
Crime d’amour 2010 Christine Rivière
Nowhere Boy 2009 Mimi
Partir 2009/I Suzanne
Confessions of a Shopaholic 2009 Alette Naylor
The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch 2008 Ann Ferguson
Easy Virtue 2008 Veronica Whittaker
Seuls Two 2008 L’antiquaire
The Other Boleyn Girl 2008 Lady Elizabeth Boleyn
Il y a longtemps que je t’aime 2008 Juliette
The Golden Compass 2007 Stelmaria (voice)
The Walker 2007 Lynn Lockner
Tell No One 2006 Hélène Perkins (as Kristin Scott-Thomas)
The Valet 2006 Christine
Keeping Mum: Deleted Scenes 2006 Video short Gloria Goodfellow
Keeping Mum: Funnies 2006 Video short Gloria Goodfellow
Keeping Mum 2005 Gloria Goodfellow
Chromophobia 2005 Iona Aylesbury
Man to Man 2005 Elena Van Den Ende
Arsène Lupin 2004 Joséphine – comtesse de Cagliostro
Absolutely Fabulous 2003 TV Series Plum Berkeley
Code 46 2003 Williams’s wife (uncredited)
Petites coupures 2003 Béatrice
Gosford Park: Deleted Scenes 2002 Video short Sylvia McCordle
Gosford Park 2001 Sylvia McCordle
Life as a House 2001 Robin Kimball
Play 2001 Short First Woman
Up at the Villa 2000 Mary Panton
Random Hearts 1999 Kay Chandler
The Revengers’ Comedies 1998 Imogen Staxton-Billing
The Horse Whisperer 1998 Annie MacLean
Amour & confusions 1997 Sarah
The English Patient 1996 Katharine Clifton
Souvenir 1996 Ann
Mission: Impossible 1996 Sarah Davies (as Kristin Scott-Thomas)
Gulliver’s Travels 1996 TV Mini-Series Immortal Gatekeeper
Plaisir d’offrir 1995 Short
The Pompatus of Love 1995 Caroline
Angels and Insects 1995 Matty Crompton
Les Milles 1995 Mary-Jane Cooper
Richard III 1995 Lady Anne
Le confessionnal 1995 Assistant to Hitchcock
En mai, fais ce qu’il te plaît 1995 Martine
Belle Époque 1995 TV Mini-Series Alice Avellano
Un été inoubliable 1994 Marie-Thérèse Von Debretsy
Four Weddings and a Funeral 1994 Fiona – Wedding One
Body & Soul 1993 TV Mini-Series Sister Gabriel / Anna
Weep No More, My Lady 1992 TV Movie Elisabeth
Look at It This Way 1992 TV Mini-Series Victoria Rolfe
Bitter Moon 1992 Fiona
Titmuss Regained 1991 TV Mini-Series Jenny Sidonia
Aux yeux du monde 1991 L’Institutrice
Valentino! I Love You 1991 Short
Framed 1990 TV Movie Kate
The Bachelor 1990 Sabine
The Secret Life of Ian Fleming 1990 TV Movie Leda St Gabriel
Le bal du gouverneur 1990 Marie Forestier
The Endless Game 1989 TV Mini-Series Caroline
Bille en tête 1989 Clara
Force majeure 1989 Katia
The Tenth Man 1988 TV Movie Therese Mangeot
La méridienne 1988 Marie
A Handful of Dust 1988 Brenda Last
La tricheuse 1987 TV Movie Nathalie
Sentimental Journey 1987 TV Movie Bettina
Agent trouble 1987 Julie
Under the Cherry Moon 1986 Mary Sharon
Charly 1985 Short
Mistral’s Daughter 1984 TV Mini-Series Nancy
Les enquêtes du commissaire Maigret 1984 TV Series
Paramour 2018 pre-production Susanne Klatten
Darkest Hour 2017 post-production Clementine Churchill
The Sea Change pre-production Lillian
The Party 2017/I Janet
Suite Française 2014 Madame Angellier
My Old Lady 2014 Chloé Girard
The Invisible Woman 2013 Mrs. Frances Ternan (as Ms. Kirstin Scott Thomas)
Avant l’hiver 2013 Lucie
Only God Forgives 2013 Crystal
Dans la maison 2012 Jeanne Germain
Title Year Status Character
Il y a longtemps que je t’aime 2008 performer: “À la Claire Fontaine”, “Meunier, Tu Dors”
Tell No One 2006 performer: “Anniversaire Morbide’
The English Patient 1996 performer: “The Darktown Strutters’ Ball” 1917 – uncredited
Title Year Status Character
The Sea Change pre-production
Title Year Status Character
La nuit des Césars 1995-2016 TV Series documentary Herself / Herself – Presenter
The EE British Academy Film Awards 2015 TV Special documentary Herself – Presenter: Leading Actor
Lorraine 2014 TV Series Herself
Sacrifice 2014 TV Mini-Series documentary 2014 – Battle of Normandy 2014 … 2014 voice
The 2013 European Film Awards 2013 TV Special Herself – Presenter
Cinema 3 2013 TV Series Herself
Días de cine 2013 TV Series Herself
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2013 TV Series Herself – Guest
Vivement dimanche prochain 2010-2013 TV Series Herself
The Hour 2013 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Big Picture 2012 TV Series Herself
Les 20 Ans 2011 Video documentary short Herself
Le grand journal de Canal+ 2004-2011 TV Series documentary Herself
Late Review 2010 TV Series Herself – Cultural Highlights Interviewee
Festival international de Cannes 1999-2010 TV Series Herself – Host / Herself
The Orange British Academy Film Awards: Red Carpet 2010 TV Special Herself
The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2009 TV Special Herself
Tavis Smiley 2009 TV Series Herself – Guest
15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2009 TV Special Herself – Presenter
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2009 TV Series Herself – Guest
The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards 2009 TV Special Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama
The 14th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards 2009 TV Special Herself – Presenter
Entertainment Tonight 2008 TV Series Herself
The 2008 European Film Awards 2008 TV Special Herself – Winner European Actress
On Set: Making Boleyn 2008 Video short Herself
To Be a Lady 2008 Video short Herself
Seitenblicke 2008 TV Series documentary Herself
On n’est pas couché 2008 TV Series Herself
HARDtalk Extra 2007 TV Series Herself
Top Gear 2007 TV Series Herself
93 Faubourg Saint-Honoré 2006 TV Series Herself
Behind the Scenes: Big Trouble in Little Wallop 2006 Video documentary short Herself / Gloria Goodfellow (uncredited)
Keeping Mum: Big Trouble in Little Wallop 2006 Video documentary short Herself / Gloria Goodfellow (uncredited)
Jour de fête 2006 TV Series Herself
Breakfast 2006 TV Series Herself – Guest
This Morning 2005 TV Series Herself – Guest
Friday Night with Jonathan Ross 2005 TV Series Herself – Guest
Comme au cinéma 1999-2005 TV Series documentary Herself
20h10 pétantes 2005 TV Series Herself
Tout le monde en parle 2005 TV Series Herself
Le voyage de Lomama 2005 TV Movie documentary
Campus, le magazine de l’écrit 2005 TV Series documentary Herself
Thé ou café 2004 TV Series Herself
En aparté 2003 TV Series documentary Herself
The Monkey Prince 2003 TV Movie documentary Narrator
Page to Screen 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
A Salute to Robert Altman, an American Maverick 2002 TV Movie Herself
Charlie Rose 1997-2002 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Making of Gosford Park 2002 TV Short documentary Herself
Character Building: Inside ‘Life as a House’ 2001 Video short documentary Herself
The Making of ‘Life as a House’ 2001 TV Movie documentary Herself
Biography 2000 TV Series documentary Herself
Film ’72 2000 TV Series Herself
HBO First Look 1999 TV Series documentary short Herself
Gomorron 1998 TV Series Herself
Visions of Grace: Robert Redford and ‘The Horse Whisperer’ 1998 TV Special Herself
The Rosie O’Donnell Show 1998 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Directors 1997 TV Series documentary Herself
Le cercle du cinéma 1997 TV Series Herself
The 69th Annual Academy Awards 1997 TV Special Herself – Nominee: Best Actress in a Leading Role & Co-Presenter: Best Foreign Language Film
The 54th Annual Golden Globe Awards 1997 TV Special Herself – Nominee
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 1997 TV Series Herself – Guest
Late Show with David Letterman 1996 TV Series Herself
Jet 7 1996 TV Series Herself (1998)
Microcosmos 1996 Documentary Narrator (English version) (voice)
Wogan 1988 TV Series Herself – Guest
Late Night with David Letterman 1986 TV Series Herself
Archive Footage
Title Year Status Character
The Many Faces of… 2013 TV Series documentary Sylvia McCordle
Live from Studio Five 2010 TV Series Herself
La mandrágora 2005 TV Series Herself
Cinema mil 2005 TV Series Herself
Check the Gate: Putting Beckett on Film 2003 Video documentary From “Play”
Fleadh Report 1997 TV Short documentary Katharine Clifton
Gomorron 1996 TV Series Herself
Four Weddings and a Funeral: Production Featurette 1993 Video documentary short Fiona (uncredited)
Prince: Mountains 1986 Video short Mary Sharon


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