Rachel Hurd-Wood Net Worth

Rachel Hurd-Wood Net Worth is
$2 Million

Rachel Hurd-Wood Biography

She is definitely slated to surface in 2014’s “Remembrance” as Emma Kingsman and 2015’s “Segon Origen” as Alba. Rachel Hurd-Hardwood net worth in 2014-2015 is normally $2,000,000 while like others Rachel Hurd-Hardwood gets also paid by sponsorship, ads, endorsement, etc and featuring. We estimated annual income around $235,294

Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameRachel Hurd-Wood
Net Worth$2 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 17, 1990
Height1.7 m
EducationRodborough School, Godalming College, University College London
ParentsSarah Hurd-Wood, Philip Hurd-Wood
SiblingsPatrick Hurd-Wood
NominationsTeen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Scream Scene
MoviesPeter Pan, Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking, An American Haunting, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, Dorian Gray, Solomon Kane, Tomorrow, When the War Began, Hideaways, The Mapmaker, Highway to Dhampus

Interesting Facts

1 In 2009 Rachel Hurd-Wood was cast as Corrie Mackenzie, one of the principal characters in the Australian action-adventure film Tomorrow, When the War Began, based on the novel by John Marsden.That novel was one of the books she read while being tutored for the filming of Peter Pan.
2 She was a member of the international expert jury panel for "European debuts" at the "52nd International Film Festival for Children and Youth" at the Zlin Film Festival held from 27 May 2012 to 3 June 2012 at Zlin in the Czech Republic.
3 Hurd-Wood had considered becoming a marine biologist because of her love for dolphins. She gave up on the idea when she discovered that it would require studying science because she thought she was not very good at it.
4 Rachel Hurd-Wood posed for the publicity and poster material for Volstead Putsch, an underground bohemian party organised by The Triumvirate of Fez at the London's Volstead Club in 2008.[42] The same year she posed for Raw Riddim Records promoting their merchandise such as chains, t-shirts, hoodies, etc.
5 She is interested in working with special needs children.
6 London, England: Living and working. [May 2012]
7 Currently attending Godalming College studying for her A-Levels [September 2006]
8 Ranked as having one of the "Most Beautiful Famous Faces" for 3 consecutive years by "The Annual Independent Critics List of the 100 Most Beautiful Famous Faces From Around the World". She was ranked #54 in 2010, #16 in 2009, and #36 in 2008.
9 Born in Streatham, England before moving to Surrey, England with her parents when she was eight years old.
10 Her father Philip Hurd-Wood is a voice-over artist and actor. Her mother Sarah is a housewife.
11 Studying Linguistics at University College London. [2009]
12 Has English and Irish ancestry.
13 She attended Rodborough Technology College from 2001-2006. The school is located in Milford, Surrey, England.
14 Daughter of Philip Hurd-Wood and Sarah Hurd-Wood.
15 Lives in a cottage at the edge of a forest with her parents and brother in Godalming, Surrey, England.
16 Older sister of Patrick Hurd-Wood.
17 She has often said she does not plan on continuing to have a career of being an actress. In 2003/2004, she said she loves dolphins and hopes to become a marine biologist. In a September/October 2009 interview with Little White Lies magazine, she said she wants to teach, do speech therapy, or work with autistic children, in which she also stated, "It was never my goal to be an actor".
18 She found out about the role of Wendy Darling in Peter Pan (2003) after her grandparents saw an advert on television. They contacted Rachel's mother and when she came home from school one day her mother started measuring her, when she found Rachel was in the height requirements, she said Rachel could audition.
19 She enjoys ice skating, art and listening to rap and hip-hop music.
20 When she was younger, she was jealous of the character Wendy Darling in the Disney film Peter Pan (1953), because that Wendy got to sword-fight and fly.


1 Blue eyes
2 Red hair


1 [on being typecast in period pieces]: I'm sick of having red hair but people seem to like that aesthetic. I would really like to play someone contemporary as I've done lots of period pieces. I would love to play an American bimbo or a grimy Londoner. But I'm probably more suited in people's minds to playing a corseted victim. They think, 'Oh right, she's pale, she looks like she couldn't really fight back.'
2 [When asked if she was worried on the effect of being touted as the next big thing by critics on her acting profile after the hype of Perfume: The Story of a Murderer (2006)]: I'm not bothered with my profile. Although I had auditions [after Perfume] my heart wasn't really in it. My primary focus has always been on school. I wouldn't describe myself as an actor. I'd describe myself as a student.
3 [When asked if she would have become an actor had it not been for her lucky break at age 11 as Wendy in Peter Pan (2003)]: Probably not. I want to teach or do speech therapy [she is currently doing a linguistics degree], maybe working with autistic children. It was never my goal to be an actor. If my career ends here then fine. It's just a path in life and I've had a damn good time.
4 I've been a victim in every film I have done so far. It would be nice to play someone who doesn't get killed for once. Then again, I am getting really good at screaming and fake tears...
5 'English Rose' - what does that actually mean? That I am pale? That I am English, maybe? They are going to say that about any actress from this country!
6 It's like a dream ... one minute I am walking across the playground to maths and next, I'm flying to Hollywood to meet the world's press.
7 First acting experience - so that was just, incredible, I never thought that I'd get it, I really didn't. I still can't believe it - you know, it just seems so weird, and seeing it up on the big screen. I kind of disassociate the finished product to when we were actually filming because the two seem so different.


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Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015 Festival Award Madrid International Film Festival, ES Best Lead Actress Highway to Dhampus (2014)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2007 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Supporting Actress Perfume: The Story of a Murderer (2006)
2006 Chainsaw Award Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Creepiest Kid An American Haunting (2005)
2006 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Movie - Choice Scream An American Haunting (2005)
2004 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA Best Performance by a Younger Actor Peter Pan (2003)
2004 Sierra Award Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards Youth in Film Peter Pan (2003)
2004 Young Artist Award Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actress Peter Pan (2003)



Beautiful Devils 2017 completed Darcy
The No Hopers 2017 TV Series pre-production rumored
Labirintus pre-production
Home Fires 2015-2016 TV Series Kate Campbell / Kate Heaton
Entitled: The Story of a Selfish Bastard 2016 Short Michal
Spark 2016/I TV Series Keira Stockton
Segon origen 2015 Alba
Highway to Dhampus 2014 Elizabeth James
BBC Comedy Feeds 2014 TV Series Miss Summers
It Ends Here 2012 Short The Girl
The Mapmaker 2011 Short Young Isabel
Hideaways 2011 Mae-West O'Mara
Warehouse Republic Video: Revolver 2010 Video short The Girl
Tomorrow, When the War Began 2010 Corrie Mackenzie
Solomon Kane 2009 Meredith Crowthorn
Dorian Gray 2009 Sibyl Vane
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer 2006 Laura
An American Haunting 2005 Betsy Bell / Entity Voice
Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking 2004 TV Movie Imogen Helhoughton
Peter Pan 2003 Wendy Darling


Cinema 3 2014-2015 TV Series Herself
The Making of Solomon Kane 2010 Video documentary short Herself
The Story of 'Perfume' 2007 Video short Herself

Archive Footage

BBC Special: Peter Pan 2003 TV Movie documentary Wendy Darling
ITV Special: Peter Pan 2003 TV Movie documentary Wendy Darling

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