Valerie O’Connor Net Worth (2024): Height, Age, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On April 8th, 2022

Valerie O’Connor is a famous actress in Irish television and theatre. She is popular for her role as the detective inspector Nikki Grogan in the soap-opera Red Rock. She has not disclosed her net worth yet in any of her interviews or show.

Valerie O’Connor's Net Worth

As of 2024, Valerie O’Connor's net worth is estimated to be $4 million.

Net Worth$4 million
Famous NameValerie O’Connor
Source(s) of FameActress
Date of BirthJanuary 1, 1981
Place of BirthCounty Dublin, Ireland
RelationshipsDating, Peter Campion,

Early Life

Valerie O’Connor opened her eyes in County Dublin on the 1st of January, 1981. She has not shared the details of her parents or siblings. However, she has shared in an interview that she has a very close relationship with her mother.

She has graduated with Drama as her major from the Dublin Institute of Technology. She also holds a master’s in Classical acting from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London.

Career Highlights

Valerie O’Connor began her acting career with a horror movie titled, The King’s Tradition in 2006. She played the role of Valerie King, the King’s Wife in the movie. In 2007, she was seen on television in an episode of the television series, The Tudors.

The same year, she appeared as Tracey in the comedy series, The English Class. In 2008, she played the role of Jenny Gahan in a horror movie titled, The Daisy Chain. In 2010, she was seen in an episode of the television series, Jack Taylor.

In 2010, she became part of a comedy-drama based on the book, Round Ireland with a Fridge penned by Tony Hawks. She played Roisin Mulvaney in the series. In 2011, she was seen as Clare in a short drama, The Opening. The same year, she played Miss Byrne in the series Love/Hate.

The next year, she played Maria in a film titled, Dublin in Pieces. The film depicts the lives of the people from all spheres of life, who live in Dublin-one of the oldest cities in Europe. In 2014, she was seen as Alyssa in a television series titled, Davin.

From 2014 to 2015, she played Miss Jervis in an animated comedy, Roy. In 2015, she appeared as Claire in a horror movie by the title, Cherry Tree. From 2015 to 2017, she played the role of Detective Inspector Nikki Grogan in a crime drama, Red Rock. It was the role of a tough and cold inspector Nikki that her fans loved and appreciated the most.

In 2019, she was seen as Angela in the horror movie, Extra Ordinary. The same year, she appeared as Clementine in a short drama, Cynthia. In 2020, she played the role of Ella in Nowhere Special. She has most recently appeared as Sarah in a short drama by the title of Sentinel.

As a theatrical performer, Valerie O’Connor has appeared on the stage of Gate and Gaiety theatre in several productions including, Serious Money, Plaza Suite, Jezebel, and The Threepenny Opera.

Valerie O’Connor is a representative of Cystic Fibrosis Ireland. CFI is an independent organization that aims to provide help and support to people with cystic fibrosis in Ireland.

Personal Life 

Valerie O’Connor resides with her boyfriend, actor Peter Campion in Dublin. They have a daughter named Mary-Rae. Her daughter was born on the 15th of September, 2016. The couple has not tied the knot officially yet.

Valerie O’Connor has a pet dog named, Gozo. She is very fond of him. She revealed in an interview that her dog, Gozo makes her exercise every day. She takes him for a two-hour walk daily and that keeps her fit and in shape.

Social Media

Valerie O’Connor is not active on social media platforms. She does not use social media as she might not be interested in sharing her personal life events with her fans. She does not even have a YouTube channel.


Valerie O’Connor is an Irish actress. She has got recognition worldwide because of her versatile acting. She is helping her nation to combat cystic fibrosis. Her net worth is estimated to be 4 million dollars.

Valerie O’Connor has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Mario Yedidia, Constance Gay, Veronica Strong, Marjorie Hoshelle, Christopher Reid, Nicholas Bond-Owen, Michael T. Weiss, Mike Minor, and Sue Ane Langdon.