Cote de Pablo is a popular name when talking about celebrities from Chile. Besides her being an actress, she’s also called a recording artist. Both of these sources happen to be the primary ones when discussing the total sum of Cote de Pablo net worth, which continues to be promised to achieve 4 million dollars, as of right now. Although Cote de Pablo was born in Chile, when she was a child, she moved to America, where she was also studying playing. Afterwards, she registered into Carnegie Mellon University, where she was a pupil of music and theater.
Cote De Pablo Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
After that, the recording started to get an increasing number of characters on TV, although most of them were modest parts. In 2005, the recording got a part in a show called “NCIS”, which was airing on the CBS station. There, she was casted for a primary part of Ziva David. So, this show additionally raised the overall amount of Cote de Pablo net worth. In 2011, for the recordingartist appearance in the mentioned show, Cote de Pablo was given with the ALMA Award. In the span of 2012-2013, the show also was described as the most watched TV show in America.
Additionally, in America Cote de Pablo understood that people are not pronouncing her actual name Maria Jose accurately, so, she insisted they would call her Cote, which will be a variation of her name in the Chilean language. In addition, it became the recordingartist name.
Besides the recordingartist profession as an actress, it’s understood that she can also be a recording artist. Therefore, the recording continues to be recording tunes on the CD by Roberto Pitre, called “Vivo en Vida”. So, in addition, this is regarded among the most significant sources of Cote de Pablo net worth. Since that time, the recording realized a lot on the market and it also raised the total size of Cote de Pablo net worth.
High school graduate of New World School of the Arts (NWSA) in Miami, Florida, class of 1996.
Has been injured while performing her own stunts on NCIS (2003). She took a gun barrel to the face for the episode NCIS: Cloak (2008), and a shrapnel nick for the episode NCIS: Enemies Foreign (2010).
Her mother lives in Chile. Her sister lives in New York. Her father and brother live in Miami. Cote lives in LA.
Does her own stunts on NCIS (2003).
Her brother works as a DJ for parties.
Her parents are separated. Her mother lives in Chile, but they often visit each other. They bond over cooking.
Her mother is Maria Olga Fernandez and her father is Francisco de Pablo.
Has a sister named Andrea and a brother named Francisco.
Drives a Toyota Prius.
Sings a song on "NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack" called "Temptation.".
Appeared in a Volkswagen commercial in 2004, entitled "Rear View." (Marketing Y Medios).
When she hosted the show Control (1994), Cote went by the name "Maria Jose de Pablo".
She has a slit in her left earlobe from a childhood accident. She caught her earring on a pillowcase. (TV Guide interview).
She attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, where she studied music theater and graduated in 2000.
She was born in Santiago, Chile, but was raised in Miami.
Attended Arvida Middle School in Miami, Florida.
My real name is María José de Pablo. But when I was in 5th grade, people couldn't pronounce it, so I told them to call me Coty. Then I found out there was a beauty line called Coty, and I hated that! So I changed it to Cote [KOH-teh]. A lot of people don't get it, but in Chile, if your name is María José, they call you Cote.
I have friends who say to me, 'How come you believe in God?' I go, 'How can you not?' I've seen the majestic beauty of nature and the overwhelming perfection of it. To me there's nothing closer to God than that.
Most of the time I rest, try to do a movie or just watch them at home. I'm into watching old movies I haven't seen like Roman Polanski's Macbeth (1971). Occasionally I go out with friends, but there's no time to really go clubbing like I used to. I have to take care of myself because if you get sick you still have to work. I'm not much a party animal anyway. I lay low. I like to be grounded by nature, go hiking... go to an isolated island that's not glamorous and touristy at all. And if somebody special is sitting next to me, then so be it.
Coming from the theater I love the adrenalin rush from working on NCIS. You get home and you're exhausted, but you feel like you've really worked. It's such a masochistic thing. In one episode we were shooting boxed in a container from 7 in the morning to 12 at night. There's gunfire in the container...We had to pretend the truck was moving so we had to keep ourselves moving the whole time. I remember my knees were all bruised up because I had to fall so many times. That was taxing on the body. - on doing stunts in NCIS.