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Deschanel may currently be raking in a massive 5,000 per episode but she is anything but flashy.
Court documents, revealed to tabloids in the midst of her 2012 divorce from Death Cab For Cutie's Ben Gibbard, showcased a frugal, careful spender with eyes firmly set on securing her future.
Another hugely famous actress, and well-known TV star, who learned to live frugally thanks to her difficult upbringing is Buffy herself, Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Now reportedly worth million, Lawrence would be completely justified in splashing the cash whenever and wherever she sees fit.
That's not the case, however, as she herself attests that not much has changed in her life since her massive career explosion — with the Oscar winner even continuing to live in the same apartment as before she was famous up until just last year.
Gellar, whose father left the family when she was a young child (the star credits her mother with teaching her to live modestly) isn't ashamed of using coupons and striving to get the best deal wherever she shops.
When she's not busy saving the world from encroaching vampires — or, more often these days, being a mother to her two kids — the actor told Self magazine that she frequently uses coupons and regularly buys fish at Whole Foods only while it's on sale. Why should you pay more for something that someone else is paying less for? It's difficult to imagine the self-styled multi-hyphenate business mogul, supermodel, Harvard Business School grad, and creator of "smizing" as a simple-living, regular person.