She primarily earns money through her engagements as an actress.
Leslie worked for BBC Radio narrating The British Slave Trade: Abolition, Parliament and People.
Her leading on screen debut came at age 21 in the television film New Town (2009), for which she won the Scottish BAFTA for Best Acting Performance – New Talent Award.
In September and October 2010, she became the lead in Nell Leyshon's infamous play Bedlam held at Globe Theatre.
In 2011, while on Downton Abbey, Leslie briefly appeared in two episodes of the British drama series Case Histories.
In 2012, she was cast in seasons two, three and four of the popular HBO fantasy series Game of Thrones as the wildling Ygritte.
She and David Tennant recorded an audiobook version of Carmilla in 2015.
In 2016, Leslie was cast in The Good Fight, a CBS All Access legal drama and spin off of The Good Wife.
In 2017 Leslie provided the voice for the female protagonist "En" in the video game Echo, a game by Copenhagen-based game developer Ultra Ultra.
In January 2020, Leslie joined the cast of BBC's and World Productions's drama series Vigil, which premiered in 2021.
Rose Leslie's net worth is currently estimated at $4.3 million.
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"Working on camera is a different ballgame in the sense that it's far more intimate work, but the basics and the foundations of being able to create something that isn't necessarily your own instincts - is a character that you have inside your head - whether you're talking about television or film or theater, that still has to be the grounding work."
"I had the most fantastic time filming 'Downton.'"
"With big productions, you can sometimes get lost with the terminology and all the different departments."
"I don't really think it matters if you go into stage or TV as long as you do a bit of character work, really."
"Unfortunately I don't have my grandparents, but Mum and I are working quite well together. That's candid, that's frank. Your grandmother is never going to lie to you."
"I have an older brother and an older sister - and they had the time of their lives at university. They were at Newcastle and Edinburgh. Looking up to them the whole time, I wanted to go to university and live the life they were living, having a blast, and I didn't get in. I didn't get into any of the universities I wanted to go to.""
"I now LOVE archery, I find it a very therapeutic sport. I would be taken away for a couple of hours before we started filming to get back into the rhythm so that it was a fluid movement of picking up the bow and then the arrows and just being able to make it look as authentic as possible."