Daryl Hannah Net Worth – 2022

Daryl Hannah

Net Worth $20 Million
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Profession Film Producer, Actor, Businessperson, Environmentalist, Activist
Gender Female
Date of Birth Dec 3, 1960 (61 years old)
Nationality United States of America

Daryl Hannah Net Worth:

$20 Million

How much is Daryl Hannah Net worth?

Hannah is an American actress whose net worth is thought to be $20 million. She is best known for her roles in hit movies like “Blade Runner,” “Splash,” “Roxanne,” and “Steel Magnolias” from the early 1980s.

Early years:

The 3rd of December, 1960, was Daryl Christine Hannah’s birthday. She was born in Chicago, Illinois. Her German-born mother, Susan Jeanne Metzger, was a teacher and then a film producer. Her father, Donald Hannah, was Scottish and Irish and worked for a company that ran tugboats and barges. Daryl and Page were both born to her parents, but in the end, they split up. In 1969, her mother married Jerrold Wexler. Wexler was a successful commercial real estate investor, and his brother Haskell Wexler was a well-known cinematographer, director, and producer of movies. Hannah was raised as a Roman Catholic in a suburb outside of Chicago with her younger sister Page and stepsiblings Don and Tanya Wexler.

She said that she had a lonely childhood, and she was emotionally unstable as a teenager. She was shy as a child, and that trait would stay with her even after she became a famous career. She had trouble in school as a child, and she has since said that she had Asperger’s Syndrome as a child. Because she was having trouble with her feelings, her mother sent her to live in Jamaica for a short time. When she got back, she went to Chicago’s Francis W. Parker School, a high-end college prep school that costs a lot. She was on the soccer team, and as high school went on, she became more emotionally stable. She went to college and studied ballet and acting at the School of Theatre at the University of Southern California.

Early in a job:

Hannah’s first role was a small one in the horror movie “The Fury,” which was a big hit at the box office in 1978. In the 1981 drama “Hard Country,” with Michael Kane and Kim Basinger, she had another small part. When Blade Runner came out in 1982, it was her big break. Along with Harrison Ford and Sean Young, she plays Pris, the replicant robot who wants to be like a person. Hannah had a small accident on the set of the movie when she crashed her car into a parked car. The actress left with a hurt elbow, but she was otherwise fine. The movie won a lot of awards and was nominated for more, including two Oscars. In 1984, she had a big break when she played the lead role in the romantic comedy Splash with Tom Hanks. It was up for both an Oscar and an Academy Award. She then played a Cro-Magnon woman who was raised by Neanderthals in the 1986 science fiction movie “The Clan of the Cave Bear.” It didn’t do well at the box office, but it was up for an Oscar for best special effects. Also in 1986, she starred with Robert Redford and James Hurdle in the hit movie “Leagle Eagles.” She won a Razzie award for her part in “Wall Street,” a movie that also won awards. In 1987, she played the lead role in the popular romantic comedy “Roxanne” by Fred Schepisi, which starred Steve Martin.

Hannah had a good end to the 1980s. In 1989, she was in “Crimes and Misdemeanors” by Woody Allen, which was praised by critics, and “Steel Magnolias,” which was a big hit. Hannah’s life was a lot calmer in the 1990s. She had parts in both “Grumpy Old Men” movies from the early 1990s. In 1995, she was in “Attack of the Fifty-Foot Woman,” a comedy on HBO, and “The Tie That Binds,” a thriller. Hannah started the decade with a big part in the hit “Kill Bill” series by Quentin Tarantino. Hannah’s career was still slow in the 2000s, but she got more roles than in the 1990s. After “Kill Bill,” she appeared in films like “A Walk to Remember,” “Silver City,” “Dancing at the Blue Iguana,” and “Norfolk” in supporting roles.

Career Outside Film:

Hannah also tried her hand at theater. In 2000, she played Marilyn Monroe in “The Seven Year Itch,” which was shown in London’s West End Theatre. Critics liked the way she played Monroe. Hannah has also worked as a film director and producer, as well as in the theater. “The Last Supper,” a political comedy short film that came out in 1995, was the first thing she wrote, directed, and made. “Strip Notes,” a short documentary film, was also written, directed, and made by her. The short was based on what she saw while making the movie “Dancing at the Blue Iguana,” which was about a group of strippers. In 2019, she started doing research for a documentary about people being sold as slaves.

Personal Life and Political Work:

Hannah is a passionate activist for the rights of people and animals. Over the years, she has given important speeches at the UN Climate Change Summit, the UN Global Business Conference on the Environment, the Natural and Organic Products Expo, and many other academic and political events related to activism. She writes a lot for magazines and blogs about things like sustainability, environmentalism, and being self-sufficient. Hannah is on the boards of Mission Blue, Eco America, the Environmental Media Association (EMA), and the Action Sports Environmental Coalition. She uses social media to get the word out about climate policy action, environmental news, tips for living in a more environmentally friendly way, and vegetarian recipes. Since the 2000s, she has been arrested many times for activism and protest. She was arrested in 2012 and 2013 for blocking construction workers at a protest against the Keystone oil pipeline. In 2013, Sean Hannity paid for her bail after the second arrest. Before, they had a fight about this issue, and Hannity said, “I don’t think this global warming nonsense is real.”


Hannah was involved with both Jackson Brown and John Kennedy Jr. In 2014, she started dating singer Neil Young, and in 2018, they got married. She was one of the many women who said Harvey Weinstein had done wrong and abused them sexually.

Real Estate:

Darryl bought a 17.6-acre piece of land in Malibu for $1.32 million in 2001. She had tried to sell it for as much as $5 million at one point. In 2016, Neil paid Darryl $3.6 million to buy the house from him. In November 2018, the Woolsey fire burned down the house.

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