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Parker Posey net worth: 8 things to know about the popular American actress 

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Parker Posey net worth: 8 things to know about the popular American actress 

“What is Parker Posey’s net worth” is one of the most asked questions about the actress and we shall hear the details about her net worth and other aspects of her life in this post. 

Parker Posey’s net worth is $5m 

Parker Posey is a $5 million net-worth American actress, writer, producer, and musician. Posey amassed her fortune through a slew of independent films and supporting roles in Hollywood films. During the mid-1990s, she rose to prominence in the film industry. She went on to star in several independent films, earning her the moniker “Queen of the Indies.”

She is acted in over 100 movies 

Parker Posey is a veteran actress and she has more than 100 acting credits to her name, including the films “Dazed and Confused” (1993), “Party Girl” (1995), “The House of Yes” (1997), “Scream 3” (2000), “Personal Velocity” (2002), and “Superman Returns” (2006) and the television series “Boston Legal” (2006), “The Return of Jezebel James” (2008), “Louie” (2012), and “Granite Flats” (2015). 

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In addition, Parker Posey also appeared in the Christopher Guest films “Waiting for Guffman” (1996), “Best in Show” (2000), “A Mighty Wind” (2003), “For Your Consideration” (2006), and “Mascots” (2016), and she starred in as Dr. Smith / June Harris on the Netflix reimagining of “Lost in Space” from 2018 to 2021. 

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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP/Shutterstock (9594089ac) Parker Posey arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of “Lost in Space” at the ArcLight Cinerama Dome on LA Premiere of “Lost in Space”, Los Angeles, USA – 09 Apr 2018

Posey authored the script of the 2004 short film “The Sisters of Mercy,” and she executive produced the 2019 documentary “The Booksellers.” She made her Broadway debut in a 2000 production of Elaine May’s “Taller Than a Dwarf,” and she published the book “You’re on an Airplane: A Self-Mythologizing Memoir” in 2018. 

Posey does Real Estate 

Posey paid $1.35 million for an 850-square-foot co-op in New York’s Greenwich Village neighborhood in 2008. In 2016, she sold the one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment for $1.55 million. Parker paid $1.49 million for an 800-square-foot Manhattan apartment three years later.

Parker Posey was born in Baltimore, Maryland 

Parker Posey was born Parker Christian Posey in Baltimore, Maryland on November 8, 1968. Lynda, her mother, was a chef, and Chris, her father, owned a car dealership. Parker grew up in Monroe, Louisiana, and Laurel, Mississippi, with her twin brother, Christopher, in a Catholic household, and she attended R. H. Watkins High School. Posey went on to study drama at the State University of New York at Purchase (SUNY Purchase), where she shared a dorm room with future “ER” star Sherry Stringfield. 

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She started acting in 1991 

Parker appeared in the TV movie “First Love, Fatal Love” in 1991, and she appeared on the soap opera “As the World Turns” in 1992. She appeared in eight projects in 1993, including the feature films “Joey Breaker,” “Coneheads,” “Dazed and Confused,” “The Wake,” and “Description of a Struggle,” as well as the short film “Flirt,” the miniseries “Tales of the City,” and the television special “Tracey Takes on New York.” Posey then appeared in “Mixed Nuts” (1994), “Amateur” (1994), “Drunks” (1995), “The Doom Generation” (1995), and “Kicking and Screaming” (1995), as well as the lead role in “Party Girl” (1995).

 

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She played art dealer Mary Boone in the 1996 biographical drama “Basquiat,” and “Jackie-O” Pascal in 1997’s “The House of Yes,” for which she won a Sundance Film Festival award. Parker first collaborated with Christopher Guest in 1996’s “Waiting for Guffman,” then in 1997’s “Clockwatchers” and “Dinner at Fred’s,” before co-starring with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in 1998’s “You’ve Got Mail,” which grossed $250.8 million at the box office. In 2000, she played Jennifer Jolie in the horror film “Scream 3,” which grossed $161.8 million. She also worked with Guest again for “Best in Show” that year, as well as lending her voice to “Futurama” and “The Simpsons.”

Posey has a lot of nominations and awards 

Posey was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Television Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television in 2003 for “Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay.” She received a “Fangoria” Chainsaw Award for Best Supporting Actress for “Scream 3” in 2001, and a Special Jury Recognition for “The House of Yes” at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival. Parker won a Gold Derby Award for Comedy Guest Actress for “Louie” in 2013, and she was nominated for Ensemble Cast in 2004 with her “A Mighty Wind” co-stars. 

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The cast of “A Mighty Wind” was also nominated for Best Ensemble Cast by the Florida Film Critics Circle and Best Ensemble Acting by the Phoenix Film Critics Society. She has received Saturn Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress for “Superman Returns” (2007) and Best Supporting Actress in a Streaming Presentation for “Lost in Space” (2019), as well as an Online Film & Television Association Award nomination for Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for “Parks and Recreation” in 2011. 

Posey has been nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards for Best Female Lead, for “Personal Velocity” in 2003 and “Broken English” in 2008. In 2006, she was nominated for a New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actress for “Personal Velocity,” and the cast of “For Your Consideration” was nominated for a Gotham Award for Best Ensemble Performance. Parker was nominated for an MTV Movie Award for Best Comedic Performance for “Scream 3” in 2000, as well as a Satellite Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture, Comedy, or Musical for “The House of Yes” in 1998. In 2008, she was nominated for a Chlotrudis Award for Best Actress for “Fay Grim” and a Fright Meter Award for Best Supporting Actress for “The Eye.” 

Parker Posey is not married yet 

When they were working together, Parker was initially associated with James Thomas Fallon aka Jimmy Fallon. Jimmy is an American media personality best known for his work as a comedian, television host, and actor. Although the pair were thought to be romantically involved, the speculation did not last long. Jimmy Fallon, host of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, has been happily married to his wife Nancy Juvonen for over a decade, and the couple has two children.

Parker Posey has also been linked to Keanu Reeves, a Canadian actor and musician, but neither party has confirmed their relationship. Parker was also seen with musician and poet Ryan Adams during some of his performances, which fueled rumors that they were dating. She was then rumored to be dating the Irish actor and director Stuart Townsend. Furthermore, Parker Posey was rumored to be dating American author and editor Thomas Beller, as well as digital marketer and frequent blogger Zach Leary, according to various sources. Parker Posey, on the other hand, has no confirmed relationships.

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