|Net Worth||$3.5 Million|
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.753 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Model, Dancer|
|Date of Birth||Nov 20, 1959 (62 years old)|
|Nationality||United States of America|
Sean Young Net Worth:
What is the net worth of Sean Young?
American actress Sean Young has a net worth of $3.5 million. Rachael was Sean Young’s breakout role in the 1982 science fiction thriller Blade Runner. She subsequently appeared in films such as “Dune,” “No Way Out,” “Wall Street,” and “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.” Young has also been in a number of television films and had a recurring role from 2010 to 2011 on the daytime serial opera “The Young and the Restless.”
One of Young’s most notable public appearances was not recorded on film. During filming of “Batman Returns” in the early 1990s, Sean Young allegedly created her own Catwoman outfit and attempted to confront director Tim Burton and actor Michael Keaton. She was supposedly expelled from the premises, and Michelle Pfeiffer was ultimately cast in the part.
Childhood and Education
Mary Sean Young gave birth to Sean Young in Louisville, Kentucky on November 20, 1959. Her mother Lee was a scriptwriter, public relations executive, and journalist, and her father Donald was a television producer and journalist. Young attended Cleveland Heights High School in Ohio before transferring to Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan. She subsequently attended the School of American Ballet in New York City. Before entering the film industry, Young worked as a ballet dancer and a model.
Career in Film in the 1980s and 1990s
Young made her feature film debut in 1980 with “Jane Austen in Manhattan,” a love drama. The next year, she participated in the smash comedy “Stripes” starring Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, John Candy, and Warren Oates. Young’s breakout performance was as Rachael, a replicant, in Ridley Scott’s 1982 science fiction picture “Blade Runner.” She appeared in the comedy “Young Doctors in Love” the following year. Young subsequently appeared in the films “Dune” by David Lynch and “Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend” In 1987, she performed two prominent roles: the wife of Michael Douglas’s character in Oliver Stone’s “Wall Street,” and the girlfriend of Gene Hackman’s uncompromising Washington politician in the political thriller “No Way Out.” Young concluded the decade with leading parts in “The Boost” and “Cousins.”
Young began the 1990s with parts in the action movies “Fire Birds” and “A Kiss Before Dying.” 1992 was her most successful year to date, as she appeared in five films: “Forever,” “Love Crimes,” “Once Upon a Crime,” and “Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me.” Young participated in the romance drama “Even Cowgirls Get the Blues” and the sex comedy “Fatal Instinct” the following year. She had a prominent supporting part in the 1994 Jim Carrey comedy “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.” The action thriller “Mirage,” the comedy “Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde,” the sensual thriller “Exception to the Rule,” the drama “Men,” and the thriller “Motel Blue” followed in the 1990s.
Career in Film in the 2000s and Beyond
Young acted in a number of independent films in the early 2000s, including “Poor White Trash,” “The Amati Girls,” “Sugar & Spice,” and “Mockingbird Don’t Sing.” Following “Aftermath,” she appeared in “The House Next Door,” “A Killer Within,” “Until the Night,” and “Headspace.” Young appeared in several indie and direct-to-video films, including “Living the Dream,” “The Man Who Came Back,” “Parasomnia,” and “Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader.” In 2013, she made her comeback to the big screen with the horror flick “Jug Face.” She featured in the comedy “My Man is a Loser” the following year. In 2015, Young got parts in the horror films “Bone Tomahawk” and “Darling.”
“Confidence Game,” “Lost Cat Corona,” “Escape Room,” “A Beautiful Distraction,” “5th Borough,” and “No Vacancy” are among Young’s subsequent cinematic credits. Notably, in 2017, she reprised her role as Rachael in the science fiction sequel “Blade Runner 2049” by Denis Villeneuve.
Young has appeared in a large number of television films over her career. Blood & Orchids, Sketch Artist, Witness to the Execution, Everything to Gain, and The Cowboy and the Movie Star are among her early works. She appears in two episodes of the crime drama “Third Watch” in 2002. She appeared in the miniseries “First to Die” the following year. Young portrayed dancer Isadora Duncan in the 2005 Russian miniseries “Yesenin” in a larger role. She later starred in episodes of “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “ER,” and “One Tree Hill,” as well as the television movie “Jesse Stone: Sea Change.” In 2008, Young finished in fourth place on the celebrity reality competition show “Gone Country 2.”
Young had a recurring role as bartender Meggie McClain on “The Young and the Restless” from 2010 to 2011. In the 2013 pilot episode of the fan project Star Trek: Renegades, she portrayed Dr. Lucien. Young returned to television in 2018 to portray the recurring character of Mrs. Van Burgen on “The Alienist,” a historical drama.
Personal Affairs and Legal Issues
Young married Robert Lujan in 1990; the couple had two kids and separated in 2002. After nine years of divorce, they remarried.
Throughout the years, Young has gotten into legal problems on several occasions. James Woods sued her in 1989 for allegedly pestering him and his fiancée. The case was resolved outside of court. In 2012, during an Academy Awards after-party, Young was taken under citizen’s arrest for allegedly not having a ticket to join the event. During the subsequent dispute, she struck a security guard with her hand. Young and her son were accused of stealing MacBooks from the production office of a film she was slated to direct in 2018. Ultimately, the computers were returned, and no charges were brought.