A genuine legend. Michelle Yeoh shows all of her hard work in her long-running film career. The renowned actress has appeared in films such as The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Shang Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings, and Crazy Rich Asians.
With A24’s highest-grossing feature Everything, Everywhere All At Once, Yeoh has had quite the year. She was nominated for Best Actress at the 2023 Golden Globes for her performance as Evelyn Wang, the mother who must journey around the multiverse to stop Jobu Tupaki from causing disaster. She was selected TIME’s 2022 Icon of the Year, as well as one of the magazine’s 100 Most Important People. As 2022 is drawing to a conclusion, she is far from finished. The actress is due to feature in The Witcher: Blood Origin, a prequel to the critically acclaimed Netflix series The Witcher.
Michelle Yeoh net worth
Michelle Yeoh net worth is estimated to be at $40 million by Celebrity Net Worths. Michelle Yeoh has committed her life to her work. She was destined to be a ballerina star in Malaysia from a young age. But an accident forced her to switch to acting. Michelle rose to prominence in Hong Kong action films such as Yes, Madam, Police Story 3: Super Cop, and The Heroic Trio in the 1990s.
“She generally plays masters, fierce warriors,” Jet Li, who co-starred with Yeoh in 1993’s “The action—I know she can do it,” adds. But truly performing from the heart and believing in the role makes the film very unique.” Yeoh was well-known for performing all of her stunts and combat sequences herself. She subsequently went on to feature in the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies. Alongside Pierce Bronson, as Wai Lin, and was called the “female James Bond” by Brosnan. Michelle rose to prominence in Hong Kong action films such as Yes, Madam, Police Story 3: Super Cop, and The Heroic Trio in the 1990s. She also appeared in Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger. Hidden Dragon, where she had to learn Mandarin because she only spoke English.
“I was already a big fan of The Witcher series because I love this world of fantasy and science fiction and monsters and being able to use magic and all that,” Yeoh explained to IGN. “I was completely intrigued onto it since this is the original tale – why do we have the Witcher? Why did we have to sacrifice a hero or heroine in order to produce this Witcher who can rescue us all? And how did we end up here?” She went on to say: “The golden period was the elven kingdom. How did we miss out on staying there? And I found it intriguing. That’s because this is a narrative that takes place a thousand, two, or three hundred years before The Witcher. And that is always fascinating, strange, and engaging to me. So, how can you say no to that?”