How old is Jodie Comer and what's the Killing Eve and Talking Heads star's net worth?

JODIE Comer's career is skyrocketing thanks to her role as Villanelle in BBC's Killing Eve.

Here we take a look at the life of the rising star who is taking over the world.

How old is Jodie Comer?

Jodie is a 28-year-old British actress who was born on March 11, 1993.

Hailing from Liverpool, she won a radio play part at a young age – before getting a guest role in the medical drama The Royal Today.

This led to multiple parts in soaps and crime dramas including Casualty, Vera and Silent Witness.

More major work came with two drama series Justice and Remember Me before she landed her breakthrough role as Chloe Gemmel in My Mad Fat Diary, the comedy series on E4.

What is Jodie Comer's net worth?

Jodie has a net worth of $6 million according to Celebrity Net Worth.

This is estimated to be around £4.54 million.

This is largely down to her role as Villanelle in Killing Eve.

This role saw her win several awards and increase her net worth from that of $1 million in 2020.

What was Jodie Comer's big break?

Jodie's big break came when she was cast as Villanelle in Killing Eve back in 2017.

The show then hit our screens in 2018 and has so far had three seasons.

The series also saw her win a Bafta and an Emmy for the role.

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What else has Jodie Comer starred in?

A 2015 version of Lady Chatterley's Lover brought her first taste of original BBC drama, before she landed the lead role in Thirteen, about a girl who reappears after being abducted thirteen years previously.

In 2016 she played "other woman" Kate Parks, a university graduate, in Doctor Foster, opposite Suranne Jones and Bertie Carvel – she returned to the role again in 2017.

The following year she appeared as Elizabeth of York in The White Princess, a sequel to BBC series The White Queen.

In June 2020 she starred in Alan Bennett's Talking Heads.

 

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