Maisie Williams: Net Worth and What She’s Working on right now
Some child actors start strong, maintain that success, and become rich former child stars. Others make you wonder, ‘Where are they now?’ Well, we don’t have to wonder about Maisie Williams, because we know exactly where she is and what she’s doing.
She had a leading role playing Arya Stark on the game-changing TV show Game of Thrones. The show ended in the eighth season in 2019, but Williams has the net worth to wait for the perfect role to come along, and the acting chops to nail it when it arrives. Let’s look at Maisie Williams’ net worth, some of her other roles, and what’s coming next.
Margret Constance “Maisie” Williams was born in Bristol, England, in 1997, and it didn’t take her very long to break into show business. Her first professional role was playing Arya Stark on Game of Thrones starting in 2011. She turned 22 around the time GoT starts its eighth and final season in April 2019.
Considering Maisie Williams was only in her early 20s when she shot the final season of Game of Thrones, we have to say we’re impressed by her net worth. She has a fortune estimated at $6 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
As for how much does she make for Game of Thrones? Some estimates say $150,000 per episode, but truth be told, we don’t know what her salary is. Considering the most expensive Game of Thrones episode to date cost more than $10 million to make and a lot of the money goes toward paying the cast, we’re confident saying Williams earns well into six figures for each show.
What is she working on right now?
After the curtain closed on Game of Thrones, Maisie Williams fans did not have to wait long to see her again. She already completed work on the sci-fi horror film The New Mutants, which hit theaters in the United States in August 2019.
Williams is also working with Dakota Fanning, David Tennant, and Creed II star Michael B. Jordan on the animated series gen:LOCK, according to Entertainment Weekly. We’re sure that’s just the tip of the iceberg for the Primetime Emmy Awards nominee and Evening Standard British Film Awards winner.