Leslie Grace Net Worth, Income Source, Film Projects, and Brand Deals.

Image Source: Variety

As of August 2022, Leslie Grace ranks as the 6th most popular celebrity listed on IMDB’s Top Star Meter.

Let us have a look at her celebrity status and how she gets all the money she has.

Net Worth$5,000,000
Annual Salary$1,800,000 – 2,400,000
Income SourcesRoyalties, Albums, Music, Song Deals, Social Media, Movies
Famous FilmsIn the Heights and Batgirl (cancelled)

Leslie Grace Net Worth

Leslie Grace has an estimated net worth of around $5 million.

Leslie Grace Income Source

Most of Leslie’s money comes from her royalties, tours, albums, music, and social media. According to Rtiverse, Grace had an annual salary of 1.8 – 2.4 million USD throughout her career.

Leslie Grace Films

Before she entered the filmography industry, Leslie had already starred in multiple music videos.

In The Heights was her first major film where she played as Nina Rosario. In The Heights had a budget of $55 million and was released on June 10, 2021. The movie did poorly at the box office, earning only $44 million.  We have no information about how much money Leslie gained from this movie.

Her second major film was Batgirl where she played as “Barbara Gordon”. By using information that was taken from her Instagram post concerning the cancellation of the movie, it seems like Leslie was involved in the filming of the movie in Scotland for over 7 months before the movie was cancelled by Warner Bros.

The movie had a budget of $90 million. We have no information how much money Leslie had earned while working in the Batgirl movie.

Leslie Grace Brand Deals

According to Variety, Warner Bros. still has plans for Leslie to work with them in the future (probably for another Batgirl movie).

Back in 2015, Leslie had a worldwide publishing deal with Sony together with Rene Perez.






An avid writer and a research enthusiast, I have worked in different fields of content creation including Novel, Informational, and Technical Writing. My experience taught me that working as a writer without love for research is like creating a document file without using a keyboard... Or maybe writing on a piece of paper using an inkless pen... or maybe both.

Recent Posts

%d bloggers like this: