Ellen Pompeo Net Worth, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height & Weight

Early Life

Early Life: Ellen Kathleen Pompeo was born on November 10, 1969 in Everett, Massachusetts. She was brought up Catholic by her parents Joseph and Kathleen Pompeo. Sadly, her mother died at age 33 of a painkiller overdose when Ellen was just five. Her father remarried soon after. Ellen is the youngest of five siblings–three sisters and two brothers.

Wealth Stats and More

What’s Ellen Pompeo's net worth? How wealthy is she? Below are all stats like net worth, salary, profession, and more!

Ellen Pompeo Wealth Info
Net Worth$80 Million
Salary$20 Million
Date of BirthNovember 10, 1969 (age 54 years)
Height5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
NationalityUnited States of America

Net Worth of Ellen Pompeo

Ellen Pompeo Net Worth and Salary: Ellen Pompeo is an American actress who has a net worth of $80 million dollars. Ellen Pompeo is probably best known for her role as Meredith Grey in the ABC medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy.” That role made Ellen one of the highest-paid actresses on the planet. She earns around $20 million per year from the role, thanks to her $550,000 per-episode salary PLUS syndication royalties and revenue.

Ellen Pompeo Quotes

How is it that Ellen Pompeo has a net worth of $80 Million? These quotes by the actor may indicate the character traits that led to her financial situation:

My mother came from an Irish family of 11 kids and, of course, had a sister who was a nun, so I spent time at a convent and with an aunt and uncle who lived in New York and took me to the theater.

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You can't really judge characters, because that's when it gets really hard to play them.

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The older you get the more realistic it is that you're significant other is your significant other. I mean, you'll always have your girlfriends or your guy friends, but the person you're married to is usually your No. 1.

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Being a mother is the most fun job I've ever had.

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There's a remarkable amount of sexism on TV. When male characters are flawed, they're interesting, deep and complex. But when female characters are flawed, they're just a mess. It's good to put more flawed but interesting female characters out there because it promotes equality.

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