Rachel McAdams is famously known for her several unforgettable movie roles. Who can ever forget her characters as Allie in The Notebook and Regina in Mean Girls? No one, of course.
So, take a look at McAdams' life, career, and net worth.
Rachel McAdams' Career
The 44-year-old started working in Canadian TV and film productions after graduating from York University with a theater degree in 2001.
She began in the drama movie Perfect Pie in 2002 and received a Genie Award nomination.
She then did the comedy film My Name Is Tanino in the same year, followed by the comedy series Slings and Arrows in 2003, for which she won a Gemini Award.
The actress also made her Hollywood film debut in The Hot Chick in 2002. She rose to international fame with Mean Girls in 2004 and the romantic drama The Notebook.
After a year, she starred in Wedding Crashers, Red Eye, and The Family Stone. This series of successes named her Hollywood's new "it girl."
She received a Best Rising Star nomination from the BAFTA Awards.
McAdams then went on a brief hiatus and returned in 2009 in State of Play, The Time Traveler's Wife, and Sherlock Holmes.
Her other projects are Morning Glory, Midnight in Paris, The Vow, About Time, True Detective, Spotlight, Doctor Strange and its sequel Doctor Stranger in the Multiverse of Madness, Disobedience, Game Night, and Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga.
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That said, it's no surprise that McAdams is worth $25 million today.
Rachel McAdams Hints at the Possibility of Appearing in Mean Girls the Musical
McAdams hints at the possibility of appearing in the movie adaptation of Mean Girls the Musical. Though she has no idea how that can happen, if the writer Tina Fey is up for it, she will gladly do so.
"I don't see a way to shoehorn us in," she told Bustle. "If Tina can figure it out, I'm there, for sure."
The 2004 classic film helped McAdams shoot to fame, along with her string of hit movies. However, when she took an acting break, she admitted she "felt guilty" for rejecting roles offered to her.
"I felt guilty for not capitalizing on the opportunity that I was being given because I knew I was in such a lucky spot," she said. "But I also knew it wasn't quite jiving with my personality and what I needed to stay sane."
She rejected The Devil Wears Prada, Casino Royale, Mission Impossible III, and Iron Man, per Deadline.
"There were definitely some anxious moments of wondering if I was just throwing it all away, and why was I doing that? It's taken years to understand what I intuitively was doing," she added.
Knowing the films she rejected were successful, she ended up wishing she had done that.
"I step back and go, 'That was the right person for that,'" she stated.
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