Liam Hemsworth’s career is continuously blossoming. Aside from being a part of the Hemsworth brothers—Luke and Chris Hemsworth are his brothers—he has successfully made a footing in Hollywood.
He has starred in one of the most famous movie franchises, Hunger Games, and will even be seen in Netflix’s The Witcher. With these to his name, take a look at Liam’s growing career and the net worth he has now amassed.
Liam Hemsworth’s Growing Career
The 32-year-old started to rise to prominence when he played the roles of Josh Taylor in Neighbours and Marcus in The Elephant Princess.
However, the movie series The Hunger Games made him a star in Hollywood. He’s also known for the films The Last Song and Independence Day: Resurgence.
Aside from his entertainment career, Liam’s personal life also became the talk of the town when he started a romance with Miley Cyrus.
The two had an on-again-off-again romance until they finally tied the knot in 2018. However, the two opted for divorce less than a year of marriage.
Liam is now dating the Australian model Gabriella Brooks.
Today, he has a net worth of $28 million.
Liam Hemsworth’s The Witcher Future
Henry Cavill surprised everyone when he announced he would no longer reprise his role as Superman. From there, fans thought he would return as Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher.
So, what would happen to Liam?
According to E! News, the British actor has no plans to return to the Netflix series after stepping down following the third season.
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Deadline confirmed that the plans to have Liam play as the new Geralt are still in place, adding his exit was “amicable” and his own choice.
It still didn’t stop fans from clamoring to see Cavill’s return to the show.
"Is it too late for Henry to return to The Witcher?" one fan tweeted.
"Liam Hemsworth currently tryna get cameras rolling on The Witcher S4 like it's a hurry-up offense, and the previous play is under review,” another assumed.
Despite the public outcry, Liam has the support of Netflix's head of U.S. and Canada scripted series Peter Friedlander.
"There has been a legacy of amazing, iconic characters where the actors have changed, and we're hugely optimistic about this," he told Variety earlier this month.
"We will continue to honor the IP, the fans, the storytelling, all the way through,” he continued. "Henry is an extraordinary Geralt, and I think Liam will continue and also be an extraordinary Geralt."
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