Alicia Vikander is a Swedish actress and producer with an estimated net worth of $8 million.
Alicia Vikander’s first role was in the 2002 TV movie “Min balsamerade mor,” and she has since amassed over 40 acting credits.
In 2016, she starred as Heather Lee in the box office smash “Jason Bourne,” which grossed $415.5 million. Alicia appeared in the films “Tulip Fever,” “Euphoria,” and “Submergence” in 2017, as well as the animated films “Birds Like Us” and “Moomins and the Winter Wonderland.”
She played Lara Croft in the 2018 film “Tomb Raider,” which grossed $274.7 million at the box office, and then in the 2019 Netflix film “Earthquake Bird.”
In 2020, Vikander played Young Gloria Steinem in “The Glorias,” and in 2021, she appeared in the documentary “Corona Film Club,” as well as the films “Blue Bayou,” “The Green Knight,” and “Beckett.”
Alicia was reported to have replaced Michelle Williams as Queen Catherine Parr in the historical thriller “Firebrand” in March 2022.
Alicia Vikander is the recipient of various accolades, including an Academy Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award and a Critics’ Choice Movie Award, as well as receiving nominations for two Golden Globe Awards and three British Academy Film Awards.