Paula Patton Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Paula Patton is a popular American performer. It’s been declared the current sum of Paula Patton net worth is 3 million bucks. She can be recalled from her appearances in the next pictures: Mirrors, Dj? Vu, Just Wright, Mission: Difficult Leaping the Broom, Idlewild, Valuable, Swing Vote, Baggage Reclaim and Ghost Proto-Col. Her appearances in all these pictures have improved whole amount of Paula Patton net worth a lot to her.
Paula Patton Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Her dad was functioning as an attorney and her mom is called an instructor. Paula Patton attended UC Berkeley but just after one-year of learning there, when she graduated from HS, she was used in the USC Film-School. Paula Patton was selected to function as documentary maker for PBS, when she graduated. The film additionally added up to the total amount of Paula Patton net worth a lot. In 2005, Paula Patton began her career in motion pictures, when she was selected for a small part in the movie called Hitch. Other movies which followed shortly after that were London and Idlewild. But she also got just minor parts included. As well as her profession as an actress, she’s additionally understood for her private life. Paula Patton started dating Robin Thicke, whom she wed in 2005, when she was a teen-ager. Robin Thicke is also referred to as an entertainer in his own proper, as he’s certainly one of the most famous recording artists of now. Yet, in 2014, it was said the couple was divorcing.
December 5, 1975
Los Angeles, California, United States
5 ft 7 in (1.71 m)
Alexander Hamilton High School, USC School of Cinematic Arts, University of California, Berkeley, Hamilton Humanities Magnet, University of Southern California
United States of America
Zak Waters (2014–)
Robin Thicke (m. 2005–2015)
Julian Fuego Thicke
Joyce Patton, Charles Patton
NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture, Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Cast (2009)
Black Reel Award for Best Breakthrough Performance, Critics Choice Award for Best Acting Ensemble, Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress, Alliance of Women Film Journalists: Kick Ass Award for Best Female Action Star
Shot and directed two Super-8 dramatic shorts and has attended the University of Southern California's film school summer program.
Featured on the cover of husband Robin Thicke's first album, "A Beautiful World".
Graduate of the Hamilton Magnet Arts High School in Los Angeles. Also attended the University of California at Berkeley and University of Southern California.
As a little girl I always dreamed of having a cosmetics contract, which was the cherry on top of 'making it' in my opinion.
Becoming a mother is the best thing that's happened to me.
First off let me say, I've wanted to be an actress since I was a little girl.
I love cola.
I think the age we're living in is starting to get scary.
I try not to have too many opinions; I just marvel at the world we live in.
I'm black because that's the way the world sees me.
If you have the capacity to love, you have the capacity to love anyone.
If you're an actress and even one person knows your name, you're lucky.
Sometimes I do yoga, sometimes it's kickboxing, sometimes it's weight training, sometimes it's Pilates.
The older I get, the more I accept and appreciate myself.
A movie is painting, it's photography, it's literature - because you have to have the screenplay - it's music. Put a different soundtrack to a comedy and it's a tragedy. A movie combines all those forms and forces you to pay attention for two hours with a group of people.
Making African American films are hard in Hollywood. We need to rely on a support network and bring more cohesion to different filmmakers, actors, producers etc. It's a very difficult business. There aren't a lot of Africans Americans or people of color in high positions in Hollywood that we can green-light films.