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Mia Sara Net Worth

Mia Sara Nasuha net worth is

$1.5 Million

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Born Mia Sarapochiello on the 19th June 1967, in Brooklyn Heights, New York City USA, she is an actress, perhaps best known to the world as Lili in the film “Legend” (1985), as Sloane Peterson in “Ferris Bueller`s Day Off” (1986), and as Melissa in “Timecop” (1994), among other roles. Her career was active from 1985 until 2013.

Have you ever wondered how rich Mia Sara is, as of mid- 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Sara`s net worth is as high as $1.5 million, an amount earned through her successful career in the entertainment industry as an actress.

Mia Sara Net Worth $1.5 Million

Mia is the daughter of Diane and Jerome Sarapochiello, who both had artistic skills; her mother was a photographer and designer, while her father also a photographer and artist. Mia went to St. Ann`s School in Brooklyn, New York City, and after matriculation, pursued a career in acting.

Mia`s professional debut was as Lili in the film “Legend” (1985) starring Tom Cruise; she received positive critiques for the role, which inspired her to continue to work as an actress. The following year, Mia had the female lead in “Ferris Bueller`s Day Off” with Matthew Broderick and Alan Ruck, and by the end of the 1980s, Mia had featured in TV series “Queenie” (1986) and “Till We Meet Again” (1989), and the films “Apprentice To Murder” (1988) with Donald Sutherland and Chad Lowe, “Shadows In The Storm” (1988), and starred in “Big Time” (1989), all of which certainly increased her net worth.

She started off the next decade with roles in “Any Man`s Death” (1990), alongside John Savage, “Daughter Of Darkness” (1990), and “A Climate For Killing” (1991), increasing further her net worth. Before 1995, Mia featured in such accomplishments as “By the Sword” (1991), “Call of the Wild” (1992), “Blindsided” (1993), and “Caroline at Midnight” (1994), however none of these films left a mark on Hollywood history. Nevertheless, she then appeared as Melissa in “Timecop” (1994) next to Jean-Claude Van Damme, and continued to appear in B production films such as “The Set Up” (1995), “Black Day Blue Night” (1995), “Undertow” (1996), “Hard Time” (1998), and “Dazzle” (1999).
Mia continued to pile up film and TV titles to her name, and started the new millennium by lending her voice to Princess Dayzie in the animated film “Little Insects”, and then appeared as Molly Connor in “The Incredible Elephant” in 2001. The next year, she had a lead role in Charles Jarrott`s “Turn Of Faith”, alongside boxer Ray “Boom Boom” Mancini, and the same year she was selected for the role of Dr. Harleen Quinze aka Harley Quinn in the TV series “Birds Of Prey” (2002-2003). In 2003 she had a starring role in “Hoodlum & Son”, written and directed by Ashley Way.

From then she appeared sporadically until 2013, when she decided to retire. She featured in several productions more, however, including in “Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King” (2006), and “Dorothy and the Witches of Oz” (2012), which only increased her net worth.

Thanks to her skills, Mia received a Saturn Award in the category Best Supporting Actress, for her work on film “Timecop”.

Regarding her personal life, Mia has been married to actor, producer and director Brian Henson, since 2010; the couple has one child. Previously, she was married to Sean Connery`s son, Jason Connery from 1996 until 2002, with whom she also has one child.

Full Name Mia Sara
Net Worth $1.5 Million
Date Of Birth June 19, 1967
Place Of Birth Brooklyn Heights, New York, United States
Height 1.63 m
Profession Actress
Education Barnard College, Saint Ann’s School
Nationality American
Spouse Brian Henson (m. 2010), Jason Connery (m. 1996–2002)
Children Dashiell Connery, Amelia Jane Henson
Parents Jerome Sarapocciello, Diana Sarapociello
Siblings Cassie Sarapocciello
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000214/
Awards Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress (1994)
Movies “Legend” (1985), “Ferris Bueller`s Day Off” (1986), “Timecop” (1994), “Turn of Faith” (2002), “Dorothy and the Witches of Oz” (2012)
TV Shows Time Trax (1993-1994), Birds of Prey (2002), Queenie (1987), Daughter of Darkness (1990), Bullet to Beijing (1995), The Witches of Oz (2011)
# Quote
1 I was always “foot-in-mouth-Mia”
# Fact
1 Lives in semi-retirement. [2010]
2 She says that Matthew Broderick actually tickled her feet and knees to get her to laugh naturally in the taxicab scene in “Ferries Buellers Day Off” (1986).
3 Has a daughter with Brian Henson.
4 Studied acting with famed acting teacher Roy London.
5 Boyfriend was Brian Henson, Jim Henson‘s son.
6 Replaced Sherilyn Fenn as Dr. Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn in the WB show Birds of Prey (2002).
7 Mother-in-law was Diane Cilento.
8 Mother, with Jason Connery, of son Dashiell Connery (Dashiell Quinn Connery) (b. 1997).
9 Has a motion-picture production company with Danielle von Zerneck.
10 In 1994, she received her own private pilot’s license
11 Father-in-law was Sean Connery.
12 Father is a photographer and her mother is a stylist.
13 Attended St. Ann’s School in Brooklyn for elementary and high school. She graduated from high school there in 1985.
14 Younger sister, Cassie.


Title Year Status Character
Call of the Wild 1992 TV Movie Jessie Gosselin
A Stranger Among Us 1992 Leah
By the Sword 1991 Erin Clavelli
A Climate for Killing 1991 Elise Shipp
Any Man’s Death 1990 Gerlind
Daughter of Darkness 1990 TV Movie Katherine Thatcher
Till We Meet Again 1989 TV Mini-Series Delphine de Lancel
Big Time 1989 TV Movie Fran
Shadows in the Storm 1988 Melanie
Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1988 TV Series Sara Fletcher
Apprentice to Murder 1988 Alice Spangler
Queenie 1987 TV Series Queenie Kelly / Dawn Avalon
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off 1986 Sloane Peterson
Legend 1985 Lili
Pretty Pretty 2013 Short completed Narciss
Dorothy and the Witches of Oz 2012 Princess Langwidere
The Witches of Oz 2011 TV Mini-Series Princess Langwidere
Tinseltown 2007 TV Movie Lena
Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King 2006 TV Mini-Series Beautiful Passenger
CSI: NY 2005 TV Series Cala Winger
Hoodlum & Son 2003 Ellen Heaven
Birds of Prey 2002-2003 TV Series Dr. Harleen Quinzel Harley Quinn
Lost in Oz 2002 TV Movie Loriellidere
Turn of Faith 2002 Annmarie De Carlo
The Impossible Elephant 2001 Molly Connor
Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story 2001 TV Mini-Series Ondine
Little Insects 2000 Princess Dayzie (voice)
Dazzle 1999 Miss Martinet
Descent 1999/II Short
Hard Time 1998 TV Movie Myler
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea 1997 TV Mini-Series Mara
Undertow 1996 TV Movie Willie Yates
Midnight in Saint Petersburg 1996 TV Movie Natasha (uncredited)
Chicago Hope 1995-1996 TV Series Annie Rueman
Strangers 1996 TV Series Ginny
Black Day Blue Night 1995 Hallie Schrag
The Pompatus of Love 1995 Cynthia
The Set Up 1995 Gina Sands
The Maddening 1995 Cassie Osborne
Bullet to Beijing 1995 TV Movie Natasha
Timecop 1994 Melissa
Caroline at Midnight 1994 Victoria Dillon
Time Trax 1993 TV Series Annie Knox / Elyssa Channing-Knox
Blindsided 1993 TV Movie Chandler Strange


Title Year Status Character
Legend 1985 performer: “My True Love’s Kiss” – uncredited


Title Year Status Character
Don’t You Forget About Me 2009 Video documentary Herself
I Love the ’80s 2002 TV Series documentary Herself
Creating a Myth… the Memories of ‘Legend’ 2002 Video documentary Herself
The Making of Special: ‘20,000 Leagues Under the Sea’ 1997 TV Movie documentary Mara
Late Night with Conan O’Brien 1994 TV Series Herself – Guest

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Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
1995 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Supporting Actress Timecop (1994)

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