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Anna Torv Net Worth

Anna Torv net worth is

$6 Million



Anna Torv Wiki Biography

Anna Torv was born on 7 June 1979, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, to Susan and Hans Torv of Scottish and Estonian descent. She is an actress perhaps best known for her role of FBI agent Olivia Dunham in the Fox television series “Fringe”.

So just how wealthy is Anna Torv at present? Sources state that Torv has earned a net worth of over $6 million, as of late 2016, acquired during her acting career which began in the early 2000s.

Anna Torv Net Worth $6 Million Dollars

Corv grew up on the Gold Coast, Queensland, along with her brother, where she attended Benowa State High School, matriculating in 1996. She then enrolled in Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art, obtaining a degree in Performing Arts in 2001. While at NIDA, she appeared in various theater productions, such as in the plays “Plenty”, “Ring Round the Moon” and “Goodnight Children Everywhere”, just establishing her net worth.

After completing her education, Corv pursued a professional acting career, making her stage debut with the role of Amelia, the lead female in a 2002 production of “The Credeaux Canvas”. The same year she made her television debut, appearing in the television film “White Collar Blue” and in the series “Young Lions”.

Her big screen debut came the following year, with the role of Debra Fowler in “Traveling Light”. Around the same time, she played Ophelia in a production of “Hamlet” with the Bell Shakespeare Company. Paving her way to recognition, Corv’s net worth began to rise.

A year later, she was cast in the Australian popular television drama “The Secret Life of Us”, playing Nikki Martel during the show’s fourth season, and she also had a recurring role in the series “McLeod’s Daughters” in 2004. After landing parts in the film “The Book of Revelation” and the TV film “Frankenstein”, Torv had a recurring role of Alex in the 2008 BBC television series “Mistresses”. All added to her wealth.

Later that year, she broke into the USA television, being cast in the hit FOX sci-fi television series “Fringe”, playing special agent Olivia Dunham until 2013; her performance earned her an Australians in Film Breakthrough award, as well as four Saturn Awards for Best Television Actress. Aside from making her a recognized figure among US audiences, the show provided her with a sizable income.

In the meantime, Torv appeared in the series “The Pacific” and “Open”, then in 2014 she landed the role of Virginia Grey in the film “Love Is Now”. In the years since, the actress has tackled a mix of television and film work. She played Anna in the film “The Daughter”, and made appearances in the Australian mini-series “Deadline Gallipoli” and “Secret City”, considerably improving her fortune.

In addition to television and big screen, Torv has also done some voice-over work, providing her voice to the character of Nariko in two “Heavenly Sword” video games.

The actress is currently involved in two projects. She will star in the supernatural horror film “Stephanie” and take the lead role of psychologist Wendy in the television drama series “Midhunter”, both set to be released in 2017.

When it comes to her private life, in 2008 Torv married actor Mark Valley, with whom she co-starred in the series “Fringe”, however, the couple divorced a year later.



Full Name Anna Torv
Net Worth $6 Million
Date Of Birth June 7, 1979
Place Of Birth Melbourne, Australia
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Profession Theatre and stage actress, voice actor
Education Benowa State High School, Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA)
Nationality Australian
Spouse Mark Valley (m. 2008–2010)
Parents Susan (née Carmichael), Hans Torv
Siblings Dylan Torv
Nicknames Anna Tõrv , Anna Charmichael Torv
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/anna-torv-125317490817760
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/annatorvnews/?hl=en
IMDB www.imdb.com/name/nm1396022
Awards Saturn Awards for Best Actress on Television, Australians in Film Breakthrough award
Nominations Teen Choice Award Choice TV Actress, Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Drama Actress
Movies Stephanie (2016), Love Is Now (2014), Heavenly Sword (2014), Frankenstein (2007), Travelling Light (2003)
TV Shows Fringe (2008–2013), The Secret Life of Us (2004), Heavenly Sword (2007), Mistresses (2008), CollegeHumor Original, The Pacific (2010), Secret City (2016)
# Quote
1 I am always in a better mood playing the ‘alternate’ Olivia. When there’s less responsibility life’s kind of cool.
2 [on having to impersonate Leonard Nimoy on Fringe (2008)]: I was not excited when that script came out. I was fearful. So what do you do? You call the people that are much better than you and say, “Help!” [Laughs] John [Noble] had worked with Leonard, plus I was so, so nervous, I wanted to make sure that, when I went to the set to do it for the first time, there was at least one person that I could look at who I had done it with before and trusted. It offered an element of comfort… I got an email saying, “I’ve been hearing good things about your impersonation of me”. I wrote back, “Oh gosh, I’m so sorry. Why they didn’t give it to Josh [Jackson] or John [Noble], I don’t know”. He was so darling, he wrote back, “It wouldn’t have been as charming”.
3 [on who inspires her as an actor]: I just adore Kate Winslet. I love her because you’re never aware of all the stuff that’s going into her characterization and, yet, she completely transforms. She also has this incandescent warmth to her, and that’s a quality that is hers. She’s approachable and damn believable.
4 That sex scene in The Pacific (2010)? You don’t get that on Fringe (2008), do you? I don’t think anyone finds them easy. It’s not that I’m embarrassed about my boobs. It’s just that some part of you really doesn’t want that out there. At the same time, you want to get good at it. In the moment, what you’re really thinking is, Shit, I need a mint.
5 Sometimes there will be a line in the script and I just can’t imagine saying it. I’ll ask an American and they’ll say, “Oh, yeah. That’s how we say it.” We just say things differently in Australia – like torch. I’d ask, “Can I have the torch?” It seems to fall flat when I say, “Can I have the flashlight?”
6 I didn’t know much about video games. There are some awfully violent ones. But Heavenly Sword (2007) is different. I’ve had huge conversations with a friend who made it. I think what he wants to do is to make the player care. Yes, there’s killing. But the character I play in “Heavenly Sword”, “Nariko”, is ultimately protecting her family and this runaway girl. It’s a beautiful game. It’s beyond a video game. The landscape is to protect and to care. My friend is working toward a world where you get an emotion out of the people who are playing it. See if you can make them cry if they couldn’t save the people who they were trying to protect. This isn’t “Pac-Man”.
7 It doesn’t necessarily matter what your answer is to the question: What is art? So long as you have one.
8 I don’t feel like I’ve hit my stride. So I wonder what the moment will be when I get to be who I want to be.
# Fact
1 Plays FBI special agent “Olivia Dunham” on the television series Fringe (2008). [September 2008]
2 Doing Motion Capture for PlayStation 3 game Heavenly Sword at WETA Digital in Wellington, New Zealand. Plays ‘Nariko’ in the game. [March 2007]
3 She was listed among TV Guide’s Fall TV’s New Faces of 2008.
4 Anna beat out over 300 other hopefuls from the US and 40 from Australia for the role of Olivia Dunham in the FOX series Fringe. Even prior to seeing her audition for Fringe, J.J. Abrams already knew she was the right girl for the role when he saw her audition tape for an Australian show.
5 Friends with Lena Headey.
6 Her paternal aunt is writer Anna Maria Torv Murdoch Mann, who was married for 31 years to billionaire media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
7 Cousin of Elisabeth Murdoch, Lachlan Murdoch and James Murdoch.
8 Attended the University of New South Wales.
9 Enjoys horseback riding, surfing, swimming and hiking.
10 Has been estranged from her father, Hans Torv, since the age of 8.
11 Graduated from Benowa State High School in 1996.
12 Grew up in Gold Coast, Queensland. Went to Sydney at 17.
13 Is of Estonian descent.
14 She graduated from Australia’s National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) with a degree in Performing Arts (Acting) in 2001.

Actress

Title Year Status Character
Mindhunter 2017 TV Series post-production Wendy
Stephanie 2017 post-production
Secret City 2016 TV Series Harriet Dunkley
The Daughter 2015 Anna
Deadline Gallipoli 2015 TV Mini-Series Gwendoline Churchill
Open 2014 TV Movie Windsor
Love Is Now 2014 Virginia
Heavenly Sword 2014 Nariko (voice)
Fringe 2008-2013 TV Series Olivia Dunham Alternate Olivia Dunham William Bell
CollegeHumor Originals 2011 TV Series Officer Alia
The Pacific 2010 TV Mini-Series Virginia Grey
Mistresses 2008 TV Series Alex
Frankenstein 2007 TV Movie ITU Nurse
Heavenly Sword 2007 Video Game Nariko (voice)
The Book of Revelation 2006 Bridget
The Secret Life of Us 2004-2005 TV Series Nikki Martel
McLeod’s Daughters 2004 TV Series Jasmine McLeod
Travelling Light 2003 Debra Fowler
Young Lions 2002 TV Series Irena Nedov
White Collar Blue 2002 TV Movie Neighbour

Soundtrack

Title Year Status Character
Fringe 2010 TV Series performer – 1 episode

Thanks

Title Year Status Character
Showrunners: The Art of Running a TV Show 2014 Documentary thanks

Self

Title Year Status Character
Conan 2012 TV Series Herself – Guest
Scream Awards 2011 2011 TV Special Herself
Live with Kelly and Michael 2011 TV Series Herself – Guest
The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards 2011 TV Special Herself – Presenter: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or Movie
2011 Writers Guild Awards 2011 TV Special Herself – Presenter
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 2010 TV Series Herself
Red Carpet Report 2010 TV Series Herself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2010 TV Series Herself – Guest
Tavis Smiley 2010 TV Series Herself – Guest
Rachael Ray 2010 TV Series Herself – Guest
Beyond the Pattern: The Mythology of Fringe 2010 Video short Herself
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon 2009 TV Series Herself – Guest
The 61st Primetime Emmy Awards 2009 TV Special Herself – Co-Presenter: Outstanding Made for Television Movie and Outstanding Miniseries
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2009 TV Series Herself – Guest
Jimmy Kimmel Live! 2008 TV Series Herself – Guest
Entertainment Tonight 2008 TV Series Herself
Late Show with David Letterman 2008 TV Series Herself – Guest

Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2013 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Actress on Television Fringe (2008)
2012 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Actress on Television Fringe (2008)
2011 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Actress on Television Fringe (2008)
2010 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Actress on Television Fringe (2008)

Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2017 AACTA Award Australian Film Institute Best Supporting Actress The Daughter (2015)
2015 BTVA Special/DVD Voice Acting Award Behind the Voice Actors Awards Best Female Vocal Performance in a TV Special/Direct-to-DVD Title or Theatrical Short Heavenly Sword (2014)
2012 IGN Award IGN Summer Movie Awards Best TV Actress Fringe (2008)
2012 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi Fringe (2008)
2011 Critics’ Choice TV Award Critics Choice Television Awards Best Actress in a Drama Series Fringe (2008)
2011 Scream Award Scream Awards Best Science Fiction Actress Fringe (2008)
2011 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi Fringe (2008)
2010 Scream Award Scream Awards Best Television Performance Fringe (2008)
2010 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Fantasy/Sci-Fi Fringe (2008)
2009 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Actress in Television Fringe (2008)
2009 Scream Award Scream Awards Breakout Performance – Female Fringe (2008)
2009 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Breakout Star: Female Fringe (2008)

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