Rose McGowan Net Worth

Rose McGowan Net Worth 2017: Her Shocking Accusations And Her Career

Rose McGowan has been making headlines over the past few days because of her connections to Harvey Weinstein.

After Ben Affleck said that he was shocked and angered by Harvey Weinstein’s actions, Rose McGowan told him to f— off, and then she said this in relation to his comments:

“GODDAMNIT! I TOLD HIM TO STOP DOING THAT” you said that to my face. The press conf I was made to go to after assault. You lie.

What is Rose McGowan net worth? How much has she made over her career, and what’s her salary? Read on…

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Rose McGowan Career, Salary

Rose McGowan got into the media industry as a child model.  Interestingly, she grew up as a part of a commune that was known for abusing children, although McGowan said she hadn’t been abused.

Nevertheless, she divorced her parents as a teenager and went to Hollywood.  She quickly saw success in the industry, being in multiple movies, including Encino Man, Doom, and Scream.

All of those movies made hundreds of millions of dollars in total.  McGowan then got into TV, and was in many different TV shows and movies, including Nip/Tuck, and Charmed.

McGowan also got involved in music, being in soundtrack and music videos, and considering doing an album.

In total, McGowan was in several dozen movies, and about a dozen TV shows.  She has also won several awards.

Rose McGowan Net Worth 2017

So what is Rose McGowan worth?  She has earned quite a bit of money over the years in film, and her Charmed salary was especially lucrative.

Films like Scream are still providing her with significant royalties, as well.

In total, we estimate Rose McGowan net worth in 2017 at $20 million.

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