Amber Heard’s current situation piques fans’ interest, not because of her recent work in Hollywood, but rather because of the legal battle she is currently engaged in with her ex-husband, Johnny Depp, over a multimillion-dollar defamation lawsuit, which has the potential to significantly increase or decrease the actress’ net worth.
Heard, who was born on April 22, 1986, began her acting career in 2003 with modest appearances in music videos and television shows including Jack & Bobby, The Mountain, and The O.C., as well as her first feature picture, Friday Night Lights.
In 2006, he made his debut as a leading man in All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, and in 2008, he participated in films such as Never Back Down and Pineapple Express, while his subsequent projects mixed success with failure and poor reviews.
After performances in films such as ExTerminators, The River Why, and Soon the Darkness, Heard collaborated for the first time with her subsequent husband, Depp, in The Rum Diary in 2011, which was followed by appearances in films such as Drive Angry, Paranoia, Machete 3 Days to Kill, and Syrup.
Heard had a great year in 2015, starring in films including Magic Mike XXL, The Danish Girl, The Adderall Diaries, London Fields, and One More Time, all of which were box office hits.
Later, she was cast as Mera, the Atlantean queen, in Justice League and Aquaman, both released in 2018.
Heard obtained a $7 million settlement from Depp after testifying in court, and the divorce was finalized, but Depp sued his former spouse for defamation in 2019, demanding a $50 million payout in response to an op-ed Amber Heard wrote outlining the alleged violence she endured from him.
Amber Heard’s net worth in 2022, according to sources, is $8 million, albeit this amount might fluctuate significantly depending on the outcome of the litigation between the actress and Depp.