Glass Onion Knives Out Actress Jessica Henwick Net Worth

Jessica Henwick is an American actress who has an estimated net worth of $5 million. More details on her income and career is explained below.

Actress Jessica has starred in many superhit movies and TV series. She is starred as a cast in Glass Onion A Knives Out Mystery and other challenging characters in “Underwater” and “Game of Thrones.” 

The Surrey-born actress was praised for her role in the movie Underwater. She played Ocenice researcher Emily Haversham, who descent deep into the Ocean with her team.

Similarly, no one can ever forget the deadly Nymeria Sand from Game of Thrones. Henwick almost missed season 7 because of her clash of schedule with Iron Fist. Sharing the details with EW, Jessica said that she had to go forth and back from New York to Belfast for shooting GOT Series 7 and Iron Fist movie at the same time. 

Jessica’s new movie with James Bond actor Daniel Craig is releasing on 23 November, and she plays the role of Peg. 

Jessica Henwick Net Worth 2022

JJessica Yu-Li Henwick is an English actress and script writer who has a net worth of $5 million in 2022, per

She studied to become an actress in the National Youth Theatre and Redroofs Theatre School. In 2009, Henwick became the first actress of East Asian heritage to play the lead in a British television series Spirit Warriors.

She is also known for playing physically demanding characters that need special skills like wushu and martial arts in the movies. Jessica was nominated and honored with many awards including the 2011 Broadcast Awards. 

Later in January 2013, Jesicca made her stage debut in Running on the Cracks which is based on the book by Julia Donaldson. According to The Times’s Allan Radcliffe, she was an “outstanding” and “understated” performer.

How Much Jessica Henwick Earned From Game of Thrones?

Jessica Henwick was selected for the role of Nymeria Sand in the HBO series Game of Thrones. She joined the cast from Season 5 to Season 7 of the series. According to reports, Jessica might have earned around $100,000 for each episode. Similarly, her co-actors like Lena Headey, Nikolaj Coster, and Peter Dinklage bagged up to $500,000 per episode. 

According to, the highest-paid actor in the Game of Thrones series is Emilia Clarke AKA Daenerys with $1.5 million per episode. As this series gained popularity, it also incurred very high costs. It also generated profits greater than those expenses. Therefore, most of the actors in the series were paid handsomely.

Her Career Earning Comes From Different Projects

Jessica Henwick career earnings have not been completely based on her movies. She has done some big movie and series projects like Iron Fist, The Defenders, Underwater, and many more.

Henwick makes living as co-writer in the young adult series Nancy Wu Done It. She went on to produce miniseries with Emu Films. Moreover, her parts in Luke Cage and the Defenders are well-praised.

Jessica received the Brit to Watch award at the Newport Beach Film Festival and was named one of The Hollywood Reporter’s Rising Stars. Henwick was given a role in The Gray Man in 2020. 

The British actress previously appeared in The Matrix Resurrections in 2021 and is playing a role in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery which is releasing on 24 November.

Jessica Henwick Early Life

The 30-year-old actress, Jessica Henwick, was born Zambian father and a Chinese mother from Singapore on 30 August 1992. 

Henwick basically started her acting work in Theatre. She spent most of her time in Surrey and studied theatre in her formative years. Jessica first attended lessons at Redroofs Theater School before moving on to the National Youth Theater to enroll in acting classes.

At the age of 17, she was selected for an important role in the BBC TV series Spirit Warriors in June 2009. Henwick portrayed Jess Pava, an X-wing pilot, in The Force Awakens.

Her father Mark Henwick is the author of the series of novels, Bite Back which has inspired Jessica to opt for a writing career. Her first ever movie was St Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold in 2009. 

In addition to these roles, Henwick is known for her work in the sequential radio play Silk: The Clerks’ Room and the television series Inspector Lewis. She played the role of a young student at Oxford University.