Rachel McAdams Career: A Talented Actress Making Waves In Hollywood

Rachel Anne McAdams is a St. Thomas-born Canadian actor and activist. In the comedy The Hot Chick, she made her Hollywood debut. McAdams rose to prominence in 2004 with the comedies Mean Girls and The Notebook.

Rachel McAdams Net worth

Rachel McAdams has an estimated net worth of $16 million. Her profits have increased rapidly after the release of some of her most well-known tracks. Her first big payday was in Red Eye in 2006, when she received a $1 million payday.

Rachel McAdams Career

Rachel McAdams Career In Hollywood

McAdams first appeared on television in 2001, in the MTV pilot “Shotgun Love Dolls” and an episode of the Disney Channel series “The Famous Jett Jackson.” In 2002, she acted in the films “My Name Is Tanino” and “Perfect Pie,” and she co-starred in “The Hot Chick” alongside Rob Schneider and Anna Faris.

That same year, she appeared as a guest star in the science-fiction series “Earth: Final Conflict” and in the television film “Guilt by Association.”

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Rachel played Kate McNab in seven episodes of “Slings & Arrows” from 2003 to 2004, and her breakthrough role came in 2004 when she was cast as Regina George in Tina Fey’s “Mean Girls.”

McAdams co-starred in the picture with Lindsay Lohan, Amanda Seyfried, Lacey Chabert, and “Saturday Night Live” alums Amy Poehler, Tim Meadows, and Ana Gasteyer, and it grossed $130 million at the box office and was converted into a Broadway musical.

Rachel’s other 2004 film, “The Notebook,” was also a commercial success, grossing $116.1 million worldwide, and she followed it up in 2005 with a string of hits: the Owen Wilson-Vince Vaughn comedy “Wedding Crashers” ($288.5 million), the Wes Craven thriller “Red Eye” ($96.2 million), and the comedy-drama “The Family Stone” ($92.9 million).

McAdams took a sabbatical from Hollywood from 2006 to 2007, declining roles in “Get Smart,” “The Devil Wears Prada,” “Mission: Impossible III,” and “Casino Royale.”

Following her break, she appeared in the 2008 film “The Lucky Ones” and the 2009 films “State of Play,” “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” and “Sherlock Holmes.” “Sherlock Holmes” grossed $524 million worldwide, more than enough to warrant a sequel, and Rachel resumed her role as Irene Adler in 2011’s “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows” (which grossed $545.4 million).

She co-starred in “Morning Glory” alongside Diane Keaton and Harrison Ford in 2010, then in “Midnight in Paris” in 2011 and “The Vow,” “Passion,” and “To the Wonder” in 2012.

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