Lizzy Caplan Net Worth: See the Successful Career of the Fatal Attraction Star

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Fans will again see Lizzy Caplan on the small screen on Paramount+’s new series, Fatal Attraction. The actress has already made a name as a TV and movie star.

With several TV and film projects to her name, how’s Caplan’s career, and how much net worth has she amassed?

Lizzy Caplan’s Career

The 40-year-old star started her career in 1999, and her first acting role was on Freaks and Geeks.

From there, she started to receive wider recognition when she became a part of the movies Mean Girls and Cloverfield. She then did the shows Related, The Class, and Party Down.

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For three years, from 2013 to 2016, Caplan was known for her role as Virginia E. Johnson on the Showtime series Masters of Sex, receiving a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series nomination.

In 2019, she became Annie Wilkes in the Hulu anthology series Castle Rock.

Her other credits are Hot Tub Time Machine, 127 Hours, Save the Date, Bachelorette, The Interview, Now You See Me 2, Allied, and Extinction. She was also seen on Hulu’s Fleishman Is in Trouble.

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With these to her name, Caplan is now worth $5 million.

Lizzy Caplan’s New TV Series

Meanwhile, fans are about to see Caplan in the new Paramount+ series Fatal Attraction with Joshua Jackson and Amanda Peet.

The show will be a “deep dive” reimagining of the classic 1987 movie of the same title, featuring Glenn Close, Michael Douglas, and Anne Archer.

"The new series will explore fatal attraction and the timeless themes of marriage and infidelity through the lens of modern attitudes toward strong women, personality disorders, and coercive control," the streamer said, per E! News.

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"[The show] is about how some people just can't take a win," Alexandra Cunningham, the show’s writer and showrunner, added. "It's about self-image and what we'll do to protect it, and also what happens when someone doesn't have one. And if we've done our job, which these actors and their colleagues definitely did, they think that your sympathies will shift more than once."

Fatal Attraction will be out on April 30.

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