Maya Rudolph Net Worth

How much is Maya Rudolph worth?

Net Worth:$12 Million
Date of Birth:July 27, 1972 (51 years old)
Height:1.7 m, 5 ft 6 in
Profession:TV Actress
Maya Rudolph Net Worth:
$12 Million

Maya was born July 27, 1972 in Gainesville, Florida. She has Jewish and African ancestry. She holds Bachelor of Arts degree in photography from University of California, Santa Cruz. However thanks to her successful career in show business, Rudolph can leave that degree in a drawer. Some of her movies are 50 First Dates, Bridesmaids, and Grown Ups 2. She’s married to a director Paul Thomas Anderson since 2001. She gave birth four times.

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Maya joined Saturday Night Live in May 2000; she was featured as a player of the final three episodes between 1999-2000. She did a lot of episodes for the show as different characters during the time she kept reappearing as different characters. These are some of the characters which she played in this show over the years Lynda Lopez, Beyoncé Knowles, Tyra Banks, Jenifer Lopez, Melinda Dolittle, Haile Berry, Vanessa Hudgens, Michelle Obama, and many others.

Personal Life

Maya is in a relationship with Paul Thomas Anderson, with whom they have four children. Their children are pearl, Lucille, Jack, and Minnie. Her husband, Paul, is an American Filmmaker. Even though they have been in a relationship for a long time, the duo has never officiated their union.

Inspirational Quotes by Maya Rudolph

You don't want to be the first person to tell your 5-year-old, like, 'You're going to have a life filled with disappointments and letdowns - enjoy!'

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I've never set out to write a funny movie or be a funny comedian as a woman. I am a woman. I don't really have a choice in the matter. My goal is just to be funny.

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Most of my life I didn't feel very normal. There's definitely been some moments where I feel like, all right, I've finally graduated and I'm a normal lady.

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I learned the enormous power of writing for yourself, especially now that people seem to be receptive to the fact that women can write.

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I feel like I'm a drag queen.

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