Monica Potter Net Worth is $4 million dollars and earns an annual Income of $650,000 dollars. Monica Potters is an American actress. The Net Worth of Monica Potter has seen a hike of 38% over the past few years. Monica Potter recently bought a brand new Audi A8 luxury car for $87,000 USD. While calculating Monica Potter Net Worth we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Monica Potter Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Investments etc. Also read Net Worth details of Kit Harrington and Robert Downey Jr.
Monica Potter Net Worth and Income Details
|Monica Potter Net Worth||$4 Million USD|
|Annual Income||$650,000 USD|
|Luxury Cars – 4||$480,000 USD|
|Houses – 1||$1 Million USD|
Monica Potter Cars
The Car collection of Monica Potter is quite Small. Monica Potter owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Monica Potter include Jaguar F-Pace SVR, Porsche Cayenne Turbo and Audi A8.
Monica Potter Biography
Monica Potter was born Monica Gregg Brokaw in June, 1971, in Cleveland, Ohio, to Nancy and Paul Brokaw. Monica Potter mother was a secretary in a hospital, and her father invented the first flame-resistant car wax. Monica Potter has three sisters (Kerry, Jessica, and Brigette). Monica Potter maternal grandparents were Irish immigrants, and she was raised Catholic.
During her childhood she attended the Villa Angela Academy, and graduated from Euclid High School. Monica Potter also spent part of her early years in Arab, Alabama. Monica Potter had wanted to be an actress since childhood. She began acting at the Cleveland Play House when she was in elementary school.
Starting at age 12, she worked at a flower shop, and later in her teens, a sub sandwich shop and did some modeling for newspaper and magazine ads and local commercials. After appearing in several commercials in Chicago, Monica Potter relocated to Los Angeles in 1994. In 1995 she appeared in the Alan Jackson music video for “Tall, Tall Trees”.
Monica Potter made her screen debut in 1994, on CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless as Sharon Newman. Monica Potter later appeared in several feature films, including Con Air (playing the wife of Nicolas Cage’s character) and starring opposite Robin Williams in Patch Adams.
In 1998, she played the love interest of doomed distance runner Steve Prefontaine in the movie Without Limits, and also appeared in the British comedy Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence (1998).
In 2001, she had two major roles, co-starring with Freddie Prinze, Jr. in Head Over Heels, and in the thriller Along Came a Spider with Morgan Freeman, based on the James Patterson best-seller.
In 2004, Monica Potter played the role of Alison Gordon in the first Saw film. Later Monica Potter worked on television. Monica Potter was a cast member of the ABC legal drama Boston Legal but left during the second season.
In 2009, Monica Potter became a cast member of the new TNT series Trust Me which was cancelled after the first season due to low ratings. In 2009, she had a lead role in the horror-thriller remake of Wes Craven’s The Last House on the Left, opposite Tony Goldwyn.
Monica Potter played the role of Kristina Braverman in the comedy-drama Parenthood, receiving critical acclaim for her performance in the fourth season. In 2013, she won the Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Drama Supporting Actress and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film for her role in the show.
In 2016, Counting Crows’ frontman Adam Duritz confirmed that the band’s song Mrs Potter’s Lullaby, from the album This Desert Life (1999), was written about an imaginary version of her, as they had never met.
Duritz explained that serendipity lead to them meeting (for the first time) for a casual supper with industry friends the day the band was recording the song, and Monica Potter returned to the studio with Duritz to watch them record.
They became friends, and a tape he forgot he gave her on the night of the recording ended up salvaging the song, which the band felt they had ruined during post-production and had decided to not keep on the album.
Monica Potter was married to Tom Potter from 1990 to 1998; together they have two sons. In 2005, Monica Potter married Daniel Christopher Allison, an orthopedic surgeon. Monica Potter and Allison have one child, a daughter, Molly, born in 2005.
In March 2015, Monica Potter’s husband joined the US Navy Reserve as a doctor, with the starting rank of Lieutenant Commander. In February 2018, the couple filed for divorce.
Monica Potter Net Worth Growth Estimate
The Net Worth and Income of Monica Potter is expected to continue to grow at a Medium pace. Over the next few years, Monica Potter’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 29%.