Bridget Fonda’s Net Worth: The Role of Real Estate and Property Investments!

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Bridget Jane Fonda Elfman is the wife of Danny Elfman. She used to be an actor in the United States. She is the daughter of Peter Fonda, the niece of Jane Fonda, and the grandchild of Henry Fonda.

Fonda was nominated for a Golden Globe for her part as Mandy Rice-Davies in the 1989 movie Scandal. She also gave the voice of Jenna in the 1995 animated movie Balto.

Early Life


Bridget Fonda was born on January 27, 1964, in Los Angeles, California. Her full name is Bridget Jane Fonda. She is the child of actor Peter Fonda and artist Susan Jane Brewer. She is Jane Fonda’s niece and Henry Fonda’s granddaughter.

After Peter and Susan’s split in 1974, Bridget and her brother Justin lived with their father, stepmother Portia Rebecca Crockett (whom Peter married in 1975), and stepbrother Thomas McGuane Jr. in the Coldwater Canyon area of Los Angeles and in Paradise Valley, Montana.

Fonda went to L.A.’s Westlake School for Girls, and after she graduated, she went to New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts to study at the Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute for four years. In 1986, Bridget got her BFA in the theater.

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Fonda’s first movie was “Easy Rider,” which she was in when she was five years old. Her father acted in, helped write, and produced the movie. In 1987, Bridget was in the British anthology film “Aria” and gave her voice to the English version of the French animated film “Gandahar.”

The next year, she had roles in the movies “You Can’t Hurry Love” and “Shag.” Fonda was in five projects in 1989: the movies “Scandal” and “Strapless,” the TV movie “Jacob Have I Loved,” the TV show “The Edge,” and the “21 Jump Street” episode “Blinded by the Thousand Points of Light.”

In the 1990 movie “Frankenstein Unbound,” Bridget played Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin. Later that same year, she played Grace Hamilton in “The Godfather Part III,” which made $136.9 million at the box office.

Fonda played Janet Livermore in “Singles” and Allison Jones in “Single White Female” in 1992. She also had an appearance as Linda in the horror-comedy film “Army of Darkness” but was not given credit for it.

Then, Bridget was in the movies “Bodies, Rest & Motion” (1993), “Little Buddha” (1993), “The Road to Wellville” (1994), and “Camilla” (1994).

She was also the main character in “Point of No Return” (1993), and she was in “It Could Happen to You” (1994) with Nicolas Cage and Rosie Perez. Fonda was in “Rough Magic” in 1995, “City Hall” and “Grace of My Heart” in 1996, and “Jackie Brown” in 1997.

She met “Jackie Brown” director Quentin Tarantino on an airplane. Bridget also acted in the movies “Touch” and “Mr. Jealousy” and the TV movie “In the Gloaming,” which got her a nod for a Primetime Emmy.

In 1998, she had a special role on “The Larry Sanders Show” and was in the movies “Break Up,” “Finding Graceland,” and “A Simple Plan.” In 1999, she was in “Lake Placid.” Fonda played in the Western “South of Heaven, West of Hell” in 2000.

In 2001, she was in “Delivering Milo,” “Monkeybone,” “Kiss of the Dragon,” and “The Whole Shebang,” as well as the TV movie “No Ordinary Baby,” also called “After Amy.”


In 2002, Bridget played Stephanie Furst in four episodes of “The Chris Isaak Show” on Showtime and played the title part in the Hallmark Channel miniseries “Snow Queen.”

Fonda hasn’t worked as an actor since 2002, but she was in “AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Robert De Niro” and “The Three Stooges 75th Anniversary Special” in 2003, and “Battleground Earth: Ludacris vs. Tommy Lee” on TLC in 2008.

How Much Money Does Bridget Fonda Have?

Bridget Fonda, an American actor, is worth $50 million. When you add up her net worth and that of her rich husband, musician Danny Elfman, you get that amount. Fonda made her film debut in “Easy Rider” in 1969, but she didn’t get any credit for it.

Since then, she has been in more than 40 movies and TV shows, including The Godfather Part III (1990), “Doc Hollywood” (1991), “Singles” (1992), “Single White Female” (1992), and “A Simple Plan” (1998).

Since 2002, when she was in a movie or TV show, Bridget has mostly left the showbiz world. She played Stephanie Furst on “The Chris Isaak Show,” and she also played the lead role in the miniseries “Snow Queen” that same year.

Real Estate


Public records show that Danny paid $2.13 million for a house in the Los Angeles area of Hancock Park in the year 2000. The house was built in the 1920s, and it took Danny and Bridget three years and about $3 million to fix it up.

In 2015, they paid $3.6 million for the house next door. In October 2020, they will sell the two homes together for $14.6 million. The bigger original home was listed for $8.8 million and the smaller one was listed for $5.8 million if they were sold separately.

In the end, each house was sold separately. The bigger one sold for $8.8 million, which was the asking price, and the smaller one sold for $4.2 million, which was less than the asking price.

In 2021, Fonda and Elfman paid a total of $8 million for two homes in Encino, California, that were right next to each other. They did this in two different deals that took place several months apart. All of the lands adds up to 2.2 acres.

Danny bought them a ranch in Santa Barbara in the middle of the 1990s.