What is Connie Britton Net Worth?

Connie Britton Net Worth is US$ 12 Million as of January 2023. 

Net Worth US$ 12 Million  
Full NameConstance Elaine Britton
Born: March 6, 1967 (57 Years)
Gender Female
Height  5’ 8” 
Horoscope Pisces
Country of Origin Boston, Massachusetts, The US
Source of Wealth Acting
Marital Status Unmarried  
Spouse John Britton (m. 1991– div. 1995)
ChildrenEyob Britton (adopted child)
Famous For Independent films “The Brothers McMullen” (1995) and “No Looking Back” (1998)


Connie Britton first gained notoriety for her portrayal of Tami Taylor in the popular television series “Friday Night Lights.” She additionally appears in “Murder House” of both Nashville and American Horror Story. In 2018, she began as Debra Newell in “Dirty John” on Bravo. Constance Elaine Britton is a native American and a producer, singer, and actress. Britton made her feature film debut in “The Brothers McMullen,” an independent comedy-drama. She was cast in the role of Nikki Faber on the ABC comedy “Spin City” the following year. Later, she appeared in “Lost at Home” and the 2001 comedy “The Fighting Fitzgeralds.” She has been in several motion pictures, such as “The Last Winter” (2004) and the suspenseful “Friday Night Lights.” In 1991, she wed John Britton; however, the two later got divorced in 1995. In 2011, she adopted a child named Eyob Britton.

Early Life  

Constance Elaine Womack was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to Linda Jane and scientist Edgar Allen Womack, Jr. Rockville, Maryland, where she spent her formative years. She moved to Lynchburg, Virginia, when she was seven years old, where she attended E.C. Glass High School with her parents and fraternal twin sister Cynthia. She majored in Asian studies with a concentration in Chinese at Dartmouth College, where she also spent her first summer studying with Kirsten Gillibrand, who is presently a senator from New York. After graduating in 1989, she relocated to New York City and spent two years at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of Drama studying with Sanford Meisner.


Connie Britton made her New York stage debut in Caroline Kava’s “The Early Girl” at The Courtyard Playhouse while she was enrolled at the Neighborhood Playhouse for her studies. She contrasted Cooper Lawrence’s portrayal of Joan with her performance of seasoned prostitute Laurel. Even though her performance was well received, she almost was kicked out of the “Neighborhood Playhouse” program. After graduating, she worked for two years in theater productions. In 1995’s comedy-drama “The Brothers McMullen,” under the direction of Edward Burns, she made her feature film debut. She also received a recurring role as Heather on the ABC sitcom “Ellen” after “The Brothers McMullen,” and she portrayed Cammie Barbash in the Fox pilot “Pins & Needles.” In Cameron Crowe’s romantic comedy-drama “Jerry Maguire,” she was one of two candidates for the role of Dorothy Boyd alongside Tom Cruise, but Renee Zellweger ultimately earned the job.

In 1996, she made her television debut as Nikki Faber in the ABC comedy “Spin City,” starring Michael J. Fox. She also had a prominent part as Maggie Kimble Hume in the CBS crime drama “The Fugitive” after leaving Spin City. She also portrayed Gertrude Temple, Shirley Temple’s wicked mother, in the ABC television film “Child Star: The Shirley Temple Story,” which was based on Temple’s 1988 book of the same name. She co-starred with Kyle Chandler as Tami Taylor in the NBC/DirecTV drama “Friday Night Lights.”



  • The Brothers McMullen (1995)
  • No Looking Back (1998)
  • One Eyed King (2001)
  • The Next Big Thing (2001)
  • Looking for Kitty, Friday Night Lights (2004)
  • Special Ed, The Life Coach (2005)
  • The Lather Effect, The Last Winter (2006)
  • Women in Trouble (2009)
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
  • Conception (2011)
  • Wing It Parenthood, Seeking a Friend for the End of the World, The Fitzgerald Family Christmas (2012)
  • Angels Sing, the to Do List (2013)
  • This Is Where I Leave You (2014)
  • Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, American Ultra (2015)
  • Beatriz at Dinner, Professor Marston and The Wonder Women (2017)
  • The Land of Steady Habits (2018)
  • The Mustang, Bombshell (2019)
  • Promising Young Woman, Joe Bell (2020)
  • 892 (2022)


  • Mamas (2022)
  • Dirty John (2018)

Favorite Quotes from Connie Britton

Favorite Quote 1 from Connie Britton

“Beauty is about what’s inside us, loving who we are and nurturing that. Outward beauty can really blossom from there.” 

– Connie Britton
Favorite Quote 2 from Connie Britton

“The thing about taking risks is, if it’s really a risk, you really can fail. It’s only a pretend risk if you really can’t fail.” 

– Connie Britton
Favorite Quote 3 from Connie Britton

“I think that sense of humor is important in marriage. A sense of humor gets people through marriage.”

– Connie Britton
Favorite Quote 4 from Connie Britton

“I always want to stretch myself and do something that I haven’t done before.”

– Connie Britton

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is Connie Britton?

Connie is an American actress, singer, and producer from Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

How old is Connie Britton?

Connie Britton is 55 years old.

How much money does Connie Britton have?  

Connie Britton net worth is estimated at US$ 12 million.

What has made Connie Britton most well-known?

The roles she played as the lead actress on “Friday Night Lights” and “Nashville” both garnered her nominations for Emmy awards. She was nominated for an additional Emmy Award for her performance in the first season of “American Horror Story.”

Why did Connie Britton adopt a child?

Britton’s adoption journey began in the late-2000s when she felt a calling to help children in Ethiopia after seeing pictures of orphans suffering in that region.


Constance Elaine Womack was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to Linda Jane and physicist and energy industry executive Edgar Allen Womack, Jr. She is of German, English, and Irish ancestry. Connie Britton started as Rayna Jaymes, a music star, in Nashville (2012) after wrapping up filming for “Friday Night Lights” with Kyle Chandler, a five-season television series, in 2006. She had prior roles in the 2004 Peter Berg-directed Friday Night Lights for Universal, which also starred Billy Bob Thornton, and the indie film Searching for Kitty by Edward Burns. In her free time, Britton, who resides in both New York and Los Angeles, enjoys hiking, yoga, and doing volunteer work.