About Monica Calhoun
It has been claimed that the overall sum of the current Monica Calhoun net worth is as much as 5 million dollars and it is expected that her net worth will increase even more in the upcoming years. She has established her name famous because of her many appearances as a film and TV actress. Her work as such has also added up a lot to the overall size of Monica Calhoun net worth. As a film actress, she is mostly known for her appearances in “Bagdad Café”, “The Salon”, “The Players Club”, “The Best Man” and its sequel called “The Best Man Holiday”. Thus her appearances in all of these films have also added up revenues to the total size of Monica Calhoun net worth.
Monica Calhoun has appeared in the CBS Schoolbreak Special “Different Worlds: A Story of Interracial Love”, which was released in 1993 and for her role in it she was awarded with the nomination for an Emmy award. In 1999 she appeared in a film called “The Best Man”, where she got the role of Mia Morgan and for her role in it Monica Calhoun was nominated for the Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Image Award.
The actress was born in 1971 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. When she was a little girl she was already interested into performing arts and she appeared in a play where she worked with director F. Gary Gray. Monica Calhoun was studying at Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. Other well known people with whom she worked include Blair Underwood, Shanice Wilson and Chris Stokes.
Monica Calhoun’s one of the first TV appearances were in the TV series called “Where I live”, however, the series did not last for a long time. Another TV show where she appeared was called “Pacific Station”, and in it she starred with Pam Grier and Robert Guillaume. Monica Calhoun is also a well known name from sitcoms, such as “A Different World”, “The Wayans Bros”, “The Jamie Foxx Show” and “Bagdad Café”. Thus, these appearances not only made her name well known, but also increased the overall sum of Monica Calhoun net worth. She has appeared in many more productions throughout the years, such as “The Players Club”, “Love and Basketball”, “Love Chronicles”, “Friends and Lovers”, “Park Day” and “Gang of Roses”.