Sonja Sohn Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Sonja Sohn Net Worth $1.5 Million Dollars
Sonja Sohn Net Worth: Sonja Sohn is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $1.5 million. Sonja Sohn was born Sonja Williams in 1964 in Newport News, Virginia. She was found while performing slam poetry and was encouraged to star in the film “Slam” in 1998. Sohn additionally brought to the film’s screenplay. She’s since appeared in movies like “Bringing Out the Dead”, “Shaft”, “Perfume”, “The Killing Zone”, “Step Up 2: The Streets”, and “The Wire: The Musical”. She’s been nominated to get a few awards and won Best Actress in the Gotham Awards for “Slam” and Excellent Television Performer in the Asian Excellence Awards for “The Wire”. Sohn is active politically and founded the organization rewired for Change, a group in Baltimore that seeks to assist kids involved with offense. She’s been married to her husband, Australian musician Adam Plack, since 2003, plus they got two kids together.
May 9, 1964
Newport News, Virginia, United States
Warwick High School
United States of America
Adam Plack (m. 2003)
Gotham Independent Film Award for Breakthrough Actor
NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, Independent Spirit Award for Best Debut Performance
The Missing Girl, Step Up 2: The Streets, G, Perfume, Shaft, Bringing Out the Dead, Slam, The Killing Zone
Even though Sohn is the name of her Korean mother it is also the German word for son.
Sonja Sohn's youngest daughter (of two), Sophia Wang makes several brief on-screen appearances which made it into the final cut of the show. One such moment takes place in Episode 3 of Season 5 titled "Not for Attribution" where she plays the part of Six Flags Girl #2.
Studied English at Brooklyn College which led to her writing poetry.
Graduated from Warwick High School. She was a cheerleader and was voted "most popular" and "most school-spirited.".
Grew up in Newport News, Virginia.
"Sohn" is her mother's maiden name. She changed her name because her father disapproved of her becoming an actress.
Her father is African-American, and her mother is Korean-American.