Fairuza Balk Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Fairuza Balk is an American film actress with a net worth of $3 million. Fairuza Balk brought in her net worth comes from an effective performing career. Produced Fairuza Alejandra Feldthouse on May 21, 1974, in Point Reyes, California, she rose from a fresh-faced little child character right into a fully fledged celebrity present both to the modest as well as the big screen. Blue eyed and dark haired Balk began her acting career in age 11 when she weathered the storms of Oz in the Walt Disney’s fantasy Return to Oz (1985).
Fairuza Balk Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Sweet-faced kid as she was, Balk went to get sugary parts in TV movies. Next, she spent some time in Europe, where she was making movies and got a part as readily deflowered convent girl Cecile De Volanges in Milos Forman’s Valmont. Appearing in following TV and movie jobs, Balk achieved cult status along with her lead part as a psychotic adolescent witch in The Craft (1996). Looking to use the goth picture cultivated by her character in the movie, Balk shortly became the owner of Panpipes, a well-known occult store in Hollywood. Nevertheless, she went into more mainstream land playing Adam Sandler’s girlfriend in the smash comedy The Waterboy (1998).
May 21, 1974
Point Reyes, California, USA
5' 3" (1.6 m)
Solomon Feldthouse, Cathryn Balk
MTV Movie Award for Best Fight, Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead, Online Film Critics Society Award for Best Cast
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Blockbuster Entertainment Award for Favorite Supporting Actress - Drama/Romance
The Craft, The Waterboy, Return to Oz, American History X, The Island of Dr. Moreau, Almost Famous, Valmont, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, Gas Food Lodging, The Worst Witch, Personal Velocity: Three Portraits, Don't Come Knocking, Deuces Wild, Imaginary Crimes, Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, Grindstone Road, Wild Tigers I Have Known, American Perfekt, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Dose of Reality, Humboldt County, Deceptions, Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story, The Maker, Shadow of a Doubt, Deadly Intentions... Again?, There's No Fish Food in Heaven, Shit Year, What Is It?, Orpheus, Thicker
Enjoys listening to punk rock, plays guitar and plays piano.
Parents are Solomon Feldthouse and Cathryn Falk.
A 2002 Internet poll confirmed that fans' favorite movie she did was The Craft (1996).
While her first name is Persian, Fairuza herself is not of Persian descent. Fairuza's paternal grandparents were David Stanley Scaff and Mary Lorraine Cole. Fairuza's maternal grandfather, Frederick Franklin Balk, was of German descent, while Fairuza's maternal grandmother, Lavergne Leone White, had English ancestry.
Has a triangle-shaped tattoo on her shoulder because the soldiers of the Nazi regime branded the symbol on the Romany in concentration camps. This is her way of paying respect to her culture and remembering the suffering her ancestors endured.
Has nine tattoos and a nose ring.
She once fully owned her own Occult Craft shop in California called Panpipes. In 2001, she sold 50% of the business to a co-owner. Later, she sold her remaining share of the store to the current owners.
Born at 3:00am-PDT
Once appeared as a vampire in a music video by ZZ Top.
When she was born, her father took one look at her eyes and exclaimed "Firuze!" which is Farsi for "turquoise".
She often plays supernatural characters or are somehow involved with the supernatural
Large icy blue eyes
Dark hair and pale skin
I got beat up in Texas because my bootlaces were the wrong color.
I want love, because love is the best feeling in the whole world.
I'm beginning to get pigeonholed as the girl who plays the crazies and weirdoes - and that's not the entirety of who I am. Hopefully, the whole point of being in this profession is that you change into anyone you want to be.