Jan 22, 2014 10:00 AM EST

Jennifer Garner net worth: How much does Mrs. Ben Affleck earn?

Jennifer Garner new worth: If you're wondering how much Mrs. Ben Affleck is worth, then you've come to the right source. Despite keeping it low-key for the past few years, this American actress-producer is already a household name with unforgettable hits such as Alias and Elektra but only a few people know just how much this versatile actress has done over the span of her career.

This 41-year-old mother of three, known for her action roles, started out in theater. Before she got her shot at fame in Hollywood, she was reciting lines from Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream and The Merchant of Venice back in 1995.

Garner debuted in a feature film opposite Ashton Kutcher in the classic, teen comedy Dude, Where's My Car? where she played Kutcher's girlfriend.

While Jennifer Garner's net worth was still unremarkable at best around this time, she started gaining more traction and appearing in more films after her debut, following up with a minor role in the blockbuster hit Pearl Harbor, which featured future husband Ben Affleck.

In 2001, Garner got her big break when producer J. J. Abrams recruited her to play Sydney Bristow in hit spy drama Alias. Jennifer Garner's net worth shot up significantly as the series gained more popularity every season and had Mrs. Affleck banking in US$150,000 per episode near the end of its run.

Her first lead role came with the sweet, romantic comedy 13 Going On 30 where she starred opposite Mark Ruffalo. Garner also played a supporting role in the teen dramedy Juno, which unexpectedly became a sleeper box office hit.

Over the years, a filmography spanding nearly two dozen movies have helped in expanding Jennifer Garner's net worth to Hollywood A-list height and with her recent appearance in Dallas Buyers Club, it seems the Elektra star won't stop earning big bucks yet.

So how much is Jennifer Garner's net worth today? CelebrityNetWorth says it's an impressive US$40 million.

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