Quick Facts of

  • First NameMadeline Brewer
  • Net Worth$ 2 million
  • CareerActress

Madeline Brewer is an American actress who won a Gold Derby TV Award in the category of Ensemble of the Year for the TV series The Handmaid’s Tale. She is best known for her debut role as Tricia Miller in Netflix series Orange Is the New Black, starring Lauren Lapkus.

Besides that, she has acted in television sitcoms like Black Mirror, Hemlock Grove, and Grimm. Brewer is also known for acting in movies like Flesh and Blood, Captive States, and Hustlers.

Madeline Brewer’s Net Worth is $2 million

The Brooklyn Horror Film Festival Award-winning actress is said to be worth a small fortune of $2 million. As per details given by Top Planet Info, she makes $60,000 from every episode of a TV series that she has been cast on.

All of her net worth is the result of her hard works in movies and TV shows.

Brewer in Movies and TV shows

She made her career debut with the role of Tricia Miller in the Netflix series Orange is the Black, starring Selenis Leyva, and Natasha Lyonne.

As for 2019, she has acted in several TV series like Stalker, Hemlock Grove, Black Mirror, and The Handmaid’s Tale, with Elisabeth Moss and Yvonne Strahovski.

In movies her most notable roles can be found in Flesh and Blood, Hedgehog, Cam, and Hustlers alongside Julia Stiles, Jennifer Lopez, and Constance Wu.

Madeline Brewer’s Personal Life

She was born as Madeline Kathryn Brewer on 1st May 1992 in Pitman, New Jersey in the United States to Mark Brewer and Laurie Brewer. Brewer has a brother.

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In high school, she has crowned Miss Pitman in 2010. She studied acting at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York City from where she graduated in 2012.

The 27-years-old actress is currently in a relationship with actor Spencer Neville since 2016. Neville is known for appearing in Ozark, The Deleted, and The Obituary of Tunde Johnson.

Box Office Success

  • Hustlers (2019) – $156 million
  • Captive State (2019) – $8.8 million