After her divorce from Johnny Depp, there has been a lot of curiosity in Amber Heard’s net worth and how much she got in their divorce settlement.
Acting Career of Amber Heard
After a flurry of appearances in music videos, Amber Heard decided to pursue a career in acting. Jack & Bobby, The Mountain, and The O.C. are just a few of the sitcoms she has been in since then. It was in Friday Night Lights that she made her feature picture debut in 2004.
In the wake of the film’s success, she gained a reputation in the business. Then she went on to appear in movies like Drop Dead Sexy, North Country and Side FX, Price to Pay, You Are Here, and Alpha Dog. She appeared on episodes like Criminal Minds and Californication as a guest star, according to a published article in Landscape Insight.
With parts in Magic Mike XXL, The Danish Girl, The Adderall Diaries, and One More Time, Heard had a stronger year in 2015. All four films were huge box office hits, both critically and financially. The one film in which she did appear was the calamitous flop known as London Fields. This year’s film was accused of fraud by both the director and the cast, who objected to the final cut. In the wake of the critical acclaim, Heard was sued for $10 million for making unapproved script modifications and failing to finish voice-over work. As a result of her filing of a countersuit, the dispute was eventually resolved.
It wasn’t until the DCEU’s Mera role made her a household name that Heard found success in other projects. This is her second time as Mera after her first appearance as Mera in Justice League; she first debuted as Mera in Aquaman in 2018.
Amber Heard’s Net Worth After Her Divorce
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Amber Heard has an estimated net worth of $8 million. Additionally, Amber Heard’s net worth includes her earnings from films like Friday Night Lights, Pineapple Express, The Rum Diary (alongside Johnny Depp), Magic Mike XXL, and The Danish Girl, in addition to her tiny roles in two additional DC Comics movies.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League and the upcoming Justice League movie from the DC Extended Universe Actress Amber Heard was sued for $10 million by Magic Mike XXL’s producers for making unapproved modifications to the film’s screenplay and failing to complete her voiceover work. She retaliated and obtained an undisclosed settlement.
In comparison to her ex-husband, Johnny Depp, Amber Heard’s net worth is little. They began dating in 2012 and were married in 2015 without a prenuptial agreement, despite Depp’s $150 million net wealth. A temporary restraining order against Johnny Depp was granted to Heard in 2016 after she filed for divorce, claiming that he often verbally and physically attacked her while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
In the same year, a settlement was negotiated, and the divorce between Heard and Depp was formalized. Depp’s lawyer eventually reversed his request for $50,000 per month in spousal support from Heard, according to E! News, citing Heard’s “marriage lifestyle.” At the time, TMZ claimed that Depp and Heard had settled their divorce for $7 million. That money was given to a children’s hospital in Heard’s honor.
In a published article in Style Caster, he agreed to pay the remaining $6.8 million to Heard over a 15-month period beginning in December 2016 in order to satisfy the settlement. The ACLU and the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles both received donations from Depp, but a spokesperson for Heard said that her ex-husband should “honor the full amount” by donating $14 million to charity, which is equal to his $7 million payment obligation to Amber after accounting for his tax deduction.