Connie Britton is a success story resulting from years of hard work and a keen self-awareness of innate talent. Four-time Emmy Award-Nominated Britton became the household name following her iconic role in a critically acclaimed TV series Friday Night Lights.
As of December 2021, Britton has an estimated net worth of $9 million. She is paid $100k salary per episode.
Connie Britton has racked up the majority of her aforementioned net worth from her decade-long acting journey. Landing her first feature film role in a 1995 drama film The Brothers McMullen, the actress worked in many other hit movies like The Fighting Fitzgeralds (2001), Lost at Home (2003), Friday Night Lights (2004), and many others.
In 2006, Britton got a role on one of the most viewed NBC/DirecTV drama series Friday Night Lights. She appeared in the series until 2011 as Tami Taylor, the wife of the show's main character, high school football coach Eric Taylor, played by Kyle Chandler. Her acclaimed role in a series garnered her positive reviews from critics as well as two Emmy Awards nominations for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series.
Tackling the American television market, Connie next took the role of Vivien Harmon in the first season of the FX horror-drama series American Horror Story. The actress got her third Emmy Award nomination for her work in the series. On the other hand, Britton performed in dozens of successful movies which are This Is Where I Leave You (2014), Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (2015), American Ultra (2015), Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (2017), and more.
In 2018, Britton was a cast as Debra Newell, a successful interior designer in Bravo’s scripted anthology Dirty John. Over the past few years, Britto has also been splitting her time between screen and music, releasing some hit singles and albums.
According to celebrity net worth, Britton is paid $100k salary per episode. Prior to her career in acting, she also made a certain agreeable amount of money from her endorsement deal. In July 2019, the actress has signed a first-look deal with Amazon Studios.
Connie Britton, 52, has been a part of many non-profit entities all over the organizations. Some of the charities and events she has participated in as a global humanitarian are The African Children's Choir, Global Poverty/Global Citizen Project, The ONE Campaign, Michael J.Fox Foundation, and Alzheimer’s Association as well.
Britton also became the 10th Goodwill Ambassador of the anti-poverty agency of the UN, United Nations Development Programme on 2nd April 2014. Furthermore, she is a staunch advocate of empowering women.
Furthermore, the Friday Night Lights star also joined the international advocacy organization Global Citizen with many reputed celebs like Connie Britton, Nina Dobrev, Becky G, and Dakota Johnson, on 28th Sep 2019.
Connie Britton got two Emmy Award nominations for her work in Friday Night Lights. The actress got her third Emmy Award nomination under the category Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie for her role in another most hit TV project American Horror Story.
Similarly, Connie's work in Nashville earned her fourth Primetime Emmy nomination. The actress also won many accolades like New York Women in Film & Television Award, Texas Film Hall of Fame, and more.
Connie Britton's Nashville mansion hit the market after listing with a huge price tag of $16 million on the market in May 2019. Nashville, Tennessee nestled duplex features six spacious bedrooms (including one with an entire private apartment) and eight bathrooms.
The 20,533-square-foot property also features a billiards room, screening room, and castle-shaped playhouse for the kids so far.
In October 2017, Britton also bought the house for $3.065 million, in Los Angeles, California. Spreading out in 4,094 sp ft, the mansion boasts four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
Connie Britton was born on 6th March 1967, in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. She is the daughter of Linda Jane Womack (mother) and Allen Womack (father), was a physicist and an energy company executive.
Britton moved to Lynchburg, Virginia with her parents and fraternal twin sister, Cynthia at the age of seven. There, she attended E. C. Glass High School. At that time, she performed in the E. C. Glass High School Theater.
Following her schooling, Connie went on to study at Dartmouth College and majored in Asian studies with a concentration in Chinese. She is a well-read woman. She later got enrolled at the Beijing Normal University and graduated in 1989.
She eventually headed to NYC and spent her next two years at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre.
Connie Britton tied the knot with John Britton, on 5th October 1991, in a private wedding ceremony. She met her future husband John, an investment banker at Alpha Delta House at Dartmouth College. The couple started living together in 1989 and married in 1991. The two, however, divorced in 1995.
Following their divorce, the actress is leading a single life and has yet to introduce anyone as her boyfriend. In November 2011, Britton adopted a son named Eyob Britton (born January 25, 2011) from Ethiopia.
She currently resides in Los Angeles with her son.