Heather Matarazzo Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Heather Matarazzo Net Worth $750,000 Dollars
Heather Matarazzo Net Worth: Heather Matarazzo is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $750,000. Heather Amy Matarazzo was born in Oyster Bay, NY in November 1982. She began acting at six years of age. Her first television appearance came in the show The Adventures of Pete & Pete in 1993. In 1995 she starred as Dawn Wiener in the film Welcome to the Dollhouse that she won a Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance and was nominated for a Satellite Award as well as a Young Artist Award. From 1999 to 2000 she starred as Heather Wiseman about the TV series Now and Again. Heather is openly homosexual and was formerly engaged to musician Carolyn Murphy.
November 10, 1982
Long Island, New York, USA
5' 4" (1.63 m)
Actress, Producer, Writer
Oyster Bay High School
Camille Matarazzo, Ray Matarazzo
Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance
Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy or Musical
The Princess Diaries, Hostel: Part II, Welcome to the Dollhouse, The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement, Sorority Boys, The Devil's Advocate, Saved!, Scream 3, All I Wanna Do, Our Guys: Outrage at Glen Ridge, Freshman Orientation, Mangus!, Believe in Me, Company Man, Hurricane Streets, Girl Flu, The Deli, 54, Arresting Gena, Getting to Know You, Her Composition, American Cuisine, Blue Moon, Culling Hens, Sidewalk Traffic, Cherry
Heather wrote an article on her blog entitled 'What the fuck is fuckable' on 6th February 2015, which was in turn featured on Huffington Post on 7th April 2016. The article addressed the issue of beauty and looks in the film industry which arose from an incident where Heather was fired from a movie just 2 weeks before filming began despite having stayed committed to the project for 2 years. The director broke the news to her and said her firing was the producers' decision, citing her as not being 'fuckable' for the movie. Heather used the article to vehemently protest against Charlize Theron's claims that she (Theron) had been passed up for roles because of her looks in an interview entitled 'Pretty People Get Turned Away First For Serious Roles' for British GQ magazine for their April 2016 issue.
She is not the mother of Gaten Matarazzo, whose mother is also named Heather.
Attended a GLSEN conference as the keynote speaker in Brookline, Massachusetts. [April 2005]
She is of completely Irish descent and was adopted by an Italian-American family, hence her surname.
Turned down reprising the role of Dawn Wiener in Palindromes (2004).
In April 2005, she was the keynote speaker at the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network of Boston's 15th annual conference, at Brookline High School, where she described her struggle to gain acceptance of her sexuality. "It was such a burden, because I had to pretend to be this person that I wasn't."
She Became great friends with Anne Hathaway during the shooting of The Princess Diaries (2001). They still call each other frequently and hope to be friends for the rest of their lives.
Attended BOCES Cultural Arts Center for musical theatre.
Heather flunked the written part of her driving test, missing 11 of 20 questions. [September 1999]
Her homemaker mom, Camille, and dad Ray - a data processor - live on Long Island.
"We were sitting in my pink room with pink carpeting. It was summer and we were sitting Indian-style across from each other and I was so incredibly nervous. And I thought, `Yeah, I am definitely gay.'" - On her first kiss with a girl.
On living in Los Angeles: "I can't ever see myself living there - I'm a true New Yorker."