Tamlyn Tomita Net Worth

How much is Tamlyn Tomita worth?

Net Worth:$3 Million
Date of Birth:January 27, 1966 (55 years old)
Height:1.57 m, 5 ft 1 in
Profession:Actor, Singer
Nationality:United States of America
Tamlyn Tomita Net Worth:
$3 Million

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Actor Tamlyn Tomita has a networth that has to be considered more than decent.

Tamlyn Tomita net worth: Tamlyn Tomita is a Japanese-American actress and singer who has a net worth of $3 million. Tamlyn Tomita was born in Okinawa, Japan in January 1966. Before she was an actress Tomita won the title Queen at the Nisei Week Pageant in 1984 in Los Angeles. She also won the title of Miss Nikkei International in 1985. She released an album on the Polydor record label. Tomita has over 100 acting credits to her name and starred in the 1986 movie The Karate Kid, Part II. She has also starred in the films The Joy Lucky Club, The Day After Tomorrow, and Tekken. Tomita has starred in the TV series Santa Barbara, The Burning Zone, JAG, 24, General Hospital, A Town Called Eureka, Law & Order: LA, Days of Our Lives, Resurrection, and Teen Wolf. She was nominated for a Young Artist Award in 1989 and won an Asian American International Film Festival Award in 2001.

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Inspirational Quotes by Tamlyn Tomita

Growing up with my mother who grew up during World War II being half Filipina, half Okinawan, and literally running around the jungles in the Philippines escaping Japanese military chasing after them – I grew up with what they deem now as trauma, generational trauma.

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The Asian woman in Hollywood movies has usually been one of two extremes – totally submissive or totally ruthless. In either case her primary function has been decorative.

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Barbara Feldon on ‘Get Smart,’ I wanted to be her.

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Of course, if you’re going to enter the ‘Star Trek’ Universe, you want to work with Spock, you want to work with Kirk, you want to work with McCoy, and Scotty, and Sulu, and Uhura. The next one for me would have been Picard.

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The thing I found in correlation with my studies as a history major was that experience taught me you have to figure out your background, where you come from, who you are, and what you want. All of that propelled me into following acting because I had to develop characters as well as develop characters’ history which is most important.

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