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Patricia Arquette Bio facts Biography Networth Movies salary

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Patricia Arquette Bio facts Biography Networth Movies salary
Patricia Arquette Bio facts Biography Networth Movies salary

Patricia Arquette Bio facts Biography Networth Movies salary

Quick Information about Patricia Arquette Bio

Born-     April 8, 1968 in Chicago, Illinois, USA

Birth Name-       Patricia T. Arquette

Height- 5′ 2″ (1.57 m)

Patricia Arquette Biography

Patricia Arquette is an America actress whose versatile acting ranges from funny to terrying in a fraction of seconds. She has a dynamic personality having pretty blue eyes and southern-tinged voice which makes her the most talented actress of her generation. In 1995, she got married to Nicolas Cage.

Patricia Arquette was born in Chicago, later on, her family shifted to a commune near Arlington, Virginia. Her parents, Lewis Arquette(father), an actor, and Brenda Denaut (née Nowak) {mother}, an acting teacher and therapistby profession, had 4 other children: Rosanna Arquette, Richmond Arquette, Alexis Arquette, and David Arquette, all actors. Her grandfather, Cliff Arquette, was also a great entertainer. Patricia’s mother belongs to a Ashkenazi Jewish family (from Poland and Russia) and her father had French-Canadian, Swiss-German, and English ancestry.

At the age of 15 once, Patricia was ran away from home to live with her elder sister Rosanna and, after initial insecurity, got her start in Pretty Smart (1987). A year later, she succeed to gain popularity for her starring role in A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors in 1987 was considered to be the best movie of the Nightmare series. But very soon Patricia’s career turned off In 1989 when her son, Enzo (father is Paul Rossi), was born. she has since seen in such critically acclaimed film as True Romance (1993), Ethan Frome (1993), Beyond Rangoon (1995), Flirting with Disaster (1996) and Lost Highway (1997).

In 1991, she won a CableACE award for her act in Wildflower (1991). In 1997, after her mother died because of breast cancer, Patricia took the lead in the fight against the disease.

Patricia Arquette Husband

Thomas Jane      (24 June 2006 – 1 July 2011) ( divorced) ( 1 child)

Nicolas Cage       (8 April 1995 – 18 May 2001) ( divorced)

Trivia (28)

Daughter of Lewis Arquette and Brenda Denaut. Sister of Richmond Arquette, Alexis Arquette, David Arquette and Rosanna Arquette. Granddaughter of the late Cliff Arquette, TV character “Charley Weaver” and Julie Harrison. Aunt of Zoë Bleu Sidel (Rosanna’s daughter), Coco Arquette, Charlie West & Augustus Alexis Arquette (David’s children).

Former sister-in-law of Tony Greco, James Newton Howard and John Sidel. They were each married to her sister, Rosanna Arquette. Former sister-in-law of Courteney Cox.

Patricia Arquette Education:

Attended Mid-City Alternative school on the corner of Adams Blvd. and Arlington Avenue in the mid 1970s, she attended Los Angeles Center for Higher Studies situated in Los Angeles, California.

While an interview in 1999, Tom Waits was said that a line in “Black Market Baby” was inspired by Arquette. His wife observed of Arquette, “She’s a bonsai Aphrodite”. The track is found on the “Mule Variations”.

Patricia Arquette Facts:

On 3 january 1989, Patricia Arquette Gave birth to her first baby at age of 20, a son Enzo Luciano Rossi (aka Enzo Rossi). Enzo’s father is her ex-boyfriend Paul Rossi. on February 23/2003, Patricia Arquette Gave birth to her second child Harlow Olivia Calliope Jane (daughter) at age 34 With her ex-boyfriend now second husband- Thomas Jane.

Because of irreconcilable differences with Thomas Jane Petricia filed divorced from Thomas jane in 1989. but they reunited just weeks later. And finaly, They split for good in 2010.

Patricia Arquette Oscar Award

Patricia Arquette got in Oscar nomination, and also the first to win the prize in her family.

She has also awarded by Academy Award, BAFTA Award, Critics’ Choice Award, Golden Globe Award and SAG Award for the same performance.

Patricia won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for Boyhood (2014) at The 87th Annual Academy Awards on February 22, 2015.

Patricia Arquette Movies:

Julia Roberts for Erin Brockovich (2000), Renée Zellweger for Cold Mountain (2003), Reese Witherspoon for Walk the Line (2005), Helen Mirren for The Queen (2006), Jennifer Hudson for Dreamgirls (2006), Kate Winslet for The Reader (2008), Mo’Nique for Precious (2009), Natalie Portman for Black Swan (2010), Octavia Spencer for The Help (2011), Anne Hathaway for Les Misérables (2012), Cate Blanchett for Blue Jasmine (2013) and Julianne Moore for Still Alice (2014).

Patricia Arquette played the role of Honey Bunny in Pulp Fiction. The role eventually went to Amanda Plummer.

Patricia Arquette is the Co-founder of “GiveLove,” an organization dedicated to community-led sanitation projects in Haiti since the earthquake of 2010.

Patricia Arquette Personal Quotes (18)

I liked the premise of this material. I love the marriage relationship. They kind of keep each other honest, and they enjoy each other’s sense of humor. Kind of a sexy but boring relationship.

[commenting on her role as Allison DuBois in her TV series Medium (2005)] I wanted to play a woman who looks normal. It’s important for me to be real.

Hippy people had a hopeful idea of what they wanted the world to be like, then most of them changed into corporate Yuppies. But I still have that hippy thing underneath somewhere.

You want your partner to objectify you.

We all have our own little thing, I think.

Neither of us entered marriage thinking it wouldn’t be a strain. Life has strains in it, and he’s the person I want to strain with.

I grew up in a hippie commune so I have a real hippie part of me.

I find that men are far more vain than women.

I don’t read my reviews, but I have a bunch of them and I will when I’m 80.

I don’t have a goal but I just want to work on movies that I really like.

[on her character in Boyhood shutting out her husband’s abuse] Now, I wouldn’t be like that. I would climb across the table and stab him in the head with a fork.

[on her vulnerable and melancholy rawness] Every man I’ve loved has tried to find it, fix it, soothe it.

The business has changed in every way. Back in the day, when Vivien Leigh was cast as Scarlett O’Hara, you know, she was relatively unknown, and every big star in the world wanted to do that part. Now they would just cast the biggest star. Financiers don’t support their directors to cast properly. They don’t have the vision of an artist, they’re casting to spreadsheets and it’s making movies very mediocre. The movie business used to just be called the movies. Now it should be the business movies.

[on her experience working with Heather Langenkamp] Heather was very warm and maternal to all of us even though she was basically our peer.

[on why she didn’t reprise her role as Kristen Parker in A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988)] They asked me to come back for 4 but at that time I was starting to break into kind of meatier roles. I had just done a movie of the week about teen pregnancy called Daddy and I was really liking getting deeper with my work. I love the horror genre and the Freddy franchise but I was chomping at the bit to try other things as an actor.

[on A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)] We had a cinematographer who came in and was pretty militant and mean. He dressed like an SS officer wearing jodhpurs and shiny boots. He had a scary mustache and I remember him yelling at me where the hell did you find this girl. Thank God for the rest of the crew and the cast. They were all great.

[on her experience working with Laurence Fishburne] Laurence was already much more worldly and complicated in his thinking and talking about material. I felt in awe of him. His comfort in screen. He always seemed loose and in his body.

[as actresses turning fifty in Hollywood] It’s always been the norm that that they were really ready to put you out to pasture. What’s opening doors is these new streams of original content. They need material. At the same time, you have real-life crime stories that started doing well. They all lumped together at a perfect moment in my life.

Patricia Arquette Salary

Medium (2005) $225,000 /episode (2009-10)

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