About Paula Jai Parker
It has been claimed that the current sum of Paula Jai Parker net worth reaches 150 thousand dollars. She has earned a huge part of her net worth because of her career as an actress and comedian, however, she has also made her name known as a director. Thus, all of these careers have made her name well known and added up to the total size of Paula Jai Parker net worth. Paula Jai Parker has appeared as a supporting role in many movies, such as “Sprung”, “Friday”, “Phone Booth”, “Hustle and Flow”, “Why Do Fools Fall in Love” and “Idlewild”. Therefore, these films have also added up to the overall estimate of Paula Jai Parker net worth.
In the period of 2001-2005 Paula Jai Parker also proved to be a successful voice actress when she was appearing in the Disney channel animated TV series called “The Proud Family”, where she got the role of Trudy Proud. Thus, these series also increased the overall amount of Paula Jai Parker net worth.
Paula Jai Parker was born in 1969 in Cleveland Ohio. However, she was moved to Washington, D.C., where she intended to attend Howard University.
In 1995 she debuted as a film actress when she appeared in a film called “Friday”. Also, she was appearing in another TV show called “The Wayans Bros.” In the 1990s, Paula Jai Parker appeared in many more shows, however, most of them did not last for a long time. Some examples of such shows include “Snoops” and “The Weird Al Show”.
In the 90s, Paula Jai Parker also appeared in many films, mainly in supporting roles. Such films have also increased the overall sum of Paula Jai Parker net worth. Examples of some films in which she appeared are “Tales from the Hood”, “Get on the Bus”, “Sprung”, “Why Do Fools Fall in Love”, “Woo”, “Phone Booth”, “My Baby’s Daddy”, “30 Years to Life” and “High Crimes”, in addition to numerous others.
Her breakthrough role is considered to be the film called “Hustle and Flow” in 2005, where she appeared next to Terrence Howard. In 2006, she made a successful appearance in the film called “Idlewild”.