What was Lisa Banes' net worth? 'Gone Girl' star was among Ohio's richest actors
Lisa Banes died from injuries suffered from a hit-and-run incident in New York City
Actress Lisa Banes, 65, who starred in the film 'Gone Girl,' died on Monday, June 14, as a result of injuries she suffered after being struck by a hit-and-run scooter driver on the Upper West Side. She was visiting New York to meet her wife Kathryn Kranhold, for the first time since the pandemic began.
Hit-and-run cases are up 10% compared to 2020. In an earlier incident, an inebriated former porn star Katherine Colabella mowed down a priest while on her way to attend a party. In May 'School of Rock' actor Kevin Clark was killed in a tragic accident in Chicago. Earlier in January, an LA man died after being struck by three separate hit-and-run drivers with the last one dragging his body for half a mile.
From Chagrin Falls in Ohio, Banes played Amy Dunne (Rosamund Pike's) mother Marybeth Elliott in 'Gone Girl'. She is also famous for her roles in several TV shows such as 'Once Upon a Time', 'Boston Legal', 'Nashville', 'Masters Of Sex', 'Royal Pains' and 'The Orville'. Here's all you need to know about how much the actor was worth.
What was Lisa Banes' net worth?
According to The Sun, Banes has an estimated net worth of $1 million to $5 million and is one of the richest TV actresses born in Ohio. While her exact net worth is unknown, it's apparent that she's made a lot of money thanks to her performances in blockbuster stage shows and big-budget Hollywood movies.
Banes has carved a reputation for herself as a stage and film actor over the course of her 30-year career. According to Box Office Mojo, director David Fincher's thriller 'Gone Girl,' in which Banes co-starred alongside Pike and Ben Affleck, garnered $369,330,363 at worldwide box offices.
Banes is an alumnus of The Acting Company and a graduate of the respected Juilliard School in New York City, where she studied acting. She went on to have several successful performances on Broadway a number of times. She starred alongside Christine Baranski in the Neil Simon comedy 'Rumors' in 1988, Margaret Lord in the musical 'High Society 'with Anna Kendrick in 1998, David Hyde Pierce in 'Accent on Youth' in 2009, and Victor Garber in the 2010 revival of 'Present Laughter'. She also co-starred with Malcolm McDowell in a production of 'Look Back in Anger' that earned her a Theatre World Award and was subsequently produced in a film version
Banes lived with her wife Kathryn in Los Angeles. Considering that the actor was always very low-key about her private life, little is known about her material possessions.