Lily-Rose Depp’s surname surely rings a bell. She’s the daughter of the A-list actor Johnny Depp and the French singer-actress, Vanessa Paradis.
But despite being an entertainment royalty, Lily-Rose Depp manages to escape the shadow of her famous parents. In fact, she’s now making a name of her own and starting to amass a fortune to her name.
The Rise of Lily-Rose Depp’s Acting Career
According to her Wikipedia page, the 23-year-old star’s career began with a cameo in the movie Tusk in 2014. She then appeared in Rejji Snow’s music video for the song “All Around the World” in 2015.
At the age of 15, the late fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld chose her to be Chanel’s brand ambassador in 2015. She remains to be the brand’s ambassador until today.
Come 2016, she reprised her role in Tusk in Yoga Hosers. She also did The Dancer, Planetarium, Les Fauves (Savage), A Faithful Man and the Netflix short documentary Period. End of Sentence.
Lily-Rose Depp also worked with her aunt, Alysson Paradis, in the French independent short film Quel Joli Temps Pour Jouer Ses Vingt-ans (My Last Lullaby), earning her the Best Actress Award at the 2019 Los Angeles Film Awards.
The other projects she did are The King, Crisis, Voyagers, Silent Night and Wolf. She’s also set to reprise her roles in Tusk and Yoga Hosers in Moose Jaws and will make her TV debut in the new HBO series The Idol, opposite Abel “The Weeknd” Tesfaye.
For these works, Lily-Rose Depp has already amassed a net worth of $1 million, per Celebrity Net Worth.
Lily-Rose Depp on The Idol
HBO has officially dropped the first look at its new TV series, The Idol. The preview is every inch bold with the orgies and several stimulating scenes it features.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the show is brought by the “sick and twisted minds” of Euphoria creator Sam Levinson and The Weeknd himself.
It’s set against the backdrop of the music industry, where Tesfaye will play the role of a self-help guru and a leader of the modern-day cult. He’s set to have a complicated relationship with the up-and-coming pop star played by Lily-Rose Depp.
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The two’s love story is described as the “sleaziest in all of Hollywood.”
"When the multi-talented Abel 'the Weeknd' Tesfaye, Reza Fahim, and Sam Levinson brought us The Idol, it was clear their subversive, revelatory take on the cult of the music industry was unlike anything HBO had ever done before," HBO executive vice president of programming Francesca Orsi said in a statement.
Aside from The Weeknd and Lily-Rose Depp, The Idol also stars Troye Sivan, Steve Zissis, Melanie Liburd, Tunde Adebimpe, Elizabeth Berkley Lauren, Nico Hiraga, Anne Heche, Rachel Sennott, Hari Nef and Blackpink's Jennie.
However, HBO is yet to reveal The Idol’s official release date.
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