Rachael Taylor Net Worth

Rachael Taylor Net Worth

What is the net worth of Rachael Taylor?

$4 Million

Rachael Taylor is an Australian actress and model with a net worth of $4 million who made her Hollywood debut in the film Transformers in 2007 after roles in Man-Thing and See No Evil.

She has been working in the entertainment industry since 2004. She had the opportunity to star in the television film The Mystery of Natalie Wood. She went on to appear in many Australian television shows and films after that.

Taylor started modeling as a teenager and made it to the Miss Teen Tasmania finals. She competed in the Miss Universe and Miss World state finals as a member of the Skye-Jilly International Agency.

Quick Facts About Rachael Taylor

Rachael Taylor Net Worth $4 Million
Full Name Rachael May Taylor
Date of Birth July 11, 1984
Age 37
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.727 m)
Gender Female
Nationality Australian
Profession Actress, Model
Relationship Status Engaged

Rachael Taylor Earnings, Career and More

Taylor is worth $4 million, with the majority of her earnings coming from acting in films and television shows. She has also modeled for several well-known magazines and fashion labels in addition to acting. She has made thousands of dollars from endorsement deals and interviews.

She has acted in a variety of American films, including television documentaries about Natalie Wood and the development of Dynasty, in which she played Catherine Oxenberg, and the horror films Man-thing and See No Evil.

On the short-lived Australian drama series headLand, she played Sasha Forbes. For her work in headLand, she was nominated for a Logie Award for Most Popular New Female Talent on April 3, 2006.

Rachael Taylor as MAggie in Transformers (2007)

Rachael Taylor as MAggie in Transformers (2007). (Source: Pinterest)

Her most well-known part to date was Maggie, a signals analyst in the 2007 film Transformers, in which she co-starred with Megan Fox and Shia LaBeouf. Taylor had a major role in the US horror film Shutter in 2008, which was a box office triumph despite mixed reviews.

Summer Coda, an Australian love drama in which she co-starred with Alex Dimitriades, was released in 2010. She's also set to star in the HBO comedy series Washingtonienne and the Australian film Melt. Taylor joined Grey's Anatomy as Dr. Lucy Fields, an obstetrician, and maternal-fetal fellow, in a recurring role.

She featured alongside fellow Australian Isabel Lucas in the thriller The Loft in 2014. Taylor starred in the 2016 film Gold as Rachel Hill. Taylor also starred in the Australian comedy-drama Ladies in Black in 2018 directed by Bruce Beresford.

Taylor played Molly Murphy in the ensemble Finding Steve McQueen in 2019, also starring Travis Fimmel, Forest Whitaker, and William Fichtner.

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Rachael Taylor Relationships and Personal Life

Taylor was rumored to have had a romantic relationship with Zachary Levi between 2007 and 2008, although the relationship did not continue long. She was also in a relationship with Jason Trawick in 2008, according to sources.

She had a relationship with Matthew Newton, an Australian actor, and director, in 2009. Taylor said that Newton mistreated her and that their relationship was dysfunctional. They called it quits on their relationship in 2010.

Taylor with Mike Piscitelli.

Taylor with Mike Piscitelli. (Source: Instagram)

She began dating Mike Piscitelli, a director, and photographer, in 2013, according to reports. The couple got engaged in 2017 after being in a romantic relationship for a few years. Rachael Taylor is rumored to be secretly married to her photographer boyfriend Mike Piscitelli, according to insiders. Although no official information about their marriage has been released.

Rachael Taylor Early Life, Family, and Education

Taylor is the daughter of Christine and Nigel Taylor and was born in Launceston, Tasmania. She went to Trevallyn Primary School and Riverside High School.

Since she was a child, she has longed to be an actress and has participated in numerous school plays. In the year 2000, she graduated from Riverside High School.