Kate Bosworth is an American celebrity, model, and vocalist with a net worth of $24 million. Kate Bosworth has rolled up her wealth over years of playing and sanction prices. KateBosworth role came with all the surfer film Blue Crush. She has additionally been a representative for Calvin Klein Jeans and Coach high-end totes. She’s additionally known for her work with Calvin Klein, for whom she was a representative and model, having began in 2008. Kate also held the same place with Coach high-end handbags.
Kate Bosworth Net Worth $24 Million Dollars
As a young child, she helped raise horses and participated as an expert horse racer. In age 14, the child became a champion equestrian. The child was born using a rare illness, known as heterochromia iridum, where she’s one hazel eye and one blue eye. Bosworth was taken to Princeton University, which was afterwards revoked due to her ongoing deferral as a result of her performing career. The pair met in 2011 when he directed Large Slur, where she appeared, and were participated in 2012.
She has different colored eyes, her left is blue, her right is brown.
Rated #2 on E!'s list of 2006's "Girls of Summer".
Rated #8 in Maxim's Hot 100 of 2006.
Ranked as #60 in FHM's "100 Sexiest Women in the World 2005" special supplement. (2005).
Named #38 on the Maxim magazine Hot 100 of 2005 list.
Was the first choice for the role of "Gail" in Sin City (2005). The role would eventually go to Rosario Dawson.
She has been accepted to Princeton University, but she has repeatedly deferred her acceptance probably for the sake of movie production.
Has two cats, Louise and Dusty.
Played varsity soccer and lacrosse in high school.
Is a champion equestrian.
Used a family Christmas card photo as the required headshot for the audition of The Horse Whisperer (1998).
Is a member of the National Honor Society.
Veteran member of the Appalachia Service Project. This is a non-profit organization which for 8 weeks each summer sends groups to the Appalachian region to build and repair homes for families living there.
Her eyes are two different colors: Brown and Blue. This condition is known as Heterochromia Iridum.
You promote your films; it's part of your job. You do the magazine covers and stuff, and then I try to live a really normal life. I definitely don't try to make it into any more craziness than it is.
The other day a friend called and told me they made a porn film using the title of my first movie. I guess you know you've made it when there's a porn parody of a movie you've done.
[Talking to Conan O'Brien about the experience of living in Sydney while shooting Superman Returns (2006)] I love Sydney. I became really attached to the city while I was there. The atmosphere, culture and the people are just so amazing. I went for a cruise on the harbor, and the view of the city is one of the most amazing sights I've ever witnessed. Also, everyone there is in shape, you go to the beaches and everyone just looks so fit.
[on the experience of living with her co-stars during the filming of Blue Crush (2002)] Of course everybody had their own little thing. My worst thing was ice cream, I was so intense about that. I insisted that no one touch the Ben & Jerry's Half Baked. If they did, it was a full-out showdown.
I don't really get star-struck, but I do get talent struck. If I meet somebody that I think is just wildly talented and brilliant, that's when I start getting nervous.
As an only child, you either become a loner or you learn to put yourself out there, which my parents encouraged.
Everybody makes mistakes, including role models, so you should just learn and grow from it. Even the best role models do screw up and learn from their mistakes, and I think it is just completely unrealistic to say that role models are perfect. Personally, I think perfection is boring, and secondly, I just think that it's okay to make mistakes.
I think probably trying to please too many people. Sometimes I get so caught up in making other people happy that I just sort of forget about making myself happy and you obviously need to make yourself happy.
I'm in love with what I do but it's not the only thing that fulfills me.
[on the changes that will follow her life and career after being cast as "Lois Lane" in Superman Returns (2006)]: I'm ready for this. I'm just glad my 'breakout' wasn't a gigantic film. I feel solid in myself now.
There are girls, people in the industry who just kind of flip through magazines and pick out guys, like, "I'm gonna date him". I could never do that. I don't think being set up works. I'm big into fate.