Patricia Arquette (born April 8th 1968) Patricia Arquette is TV and film star best known for her role in the series 'Medium' and Richard Linklater's film 'Boyhood'.
Net worth: Patricia Arquette has a net worth of $24 million according to Celebrity Net Worth (2015).
Acting career: Patricia Arquette made her film debut in the horror 'A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors' in 1987, before starring in 'Pretty Smart' that same year. The following year, she appeared in the drama 'Far North'
In 1990, she appeared in 'Prayer of the Rollerboys', then followed that up with Sean Penn's 'The Indian Runner', 'Inside Monkey Zetterland', and she won her first award in 'Wildflower' opposite Reese Witherspoon.
In 1993, she won a Saturn Award for the film 'True Romance' with Christian Slater
She played Kathy O'Hara in Tim Burton's 1994 movie 'Ed Wood' alongside Johnny Depp, before starring in 'Beyond Rangoon' the year after.
In 1996, she was in 'Flirting with Disaster', before David Lynch enlisted her to appear in his 1997 cult thriller 'Lost Highway'. She also appeared alongside Ewan McGregor in the horror 'Nightwatch'. Her next horror was 1999's controversial box office hit 'Stigmata'.
That year she was joined by Nicolas Cage in Martin Scorsese's adaptation of the Joe Connelly novel 'Bringing out the Dead'.
In 2000, she starred opposite Adam Sandler in 'Little Nicky', and appeared in the Disney film 'Holes' in 2003 which grossed $71,406,573 worldwide.
In 2006, she appeared in Richard Linklater's 'Fast Food Nation', during which time she had a starring role as a psychic in the drama series 'Medium' for which she won two Emmys. She also appeared in 'Boardwalk Empire' as Sally Wheet.
She was re-united with Linklater on 2014's 'Boyhood'. Filmed over 12 years, the movie won her an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.
Personal life: Patricia Arquette was raised in Chicago with her parents Lewis and Brenda.
She had her first child, Enzo Rossi, at the age of 20 with Paul Rossi.
In 1995, she married Nicolas Cage but they soon separated. The pair continued to feign a relationship in public but they divorced in 2000.
In 2006, she married Thomas Jane with whom she had a daughter, Harlow. They split in 2009 before reconciling, and finally getting a divorce in 2011.
Patricia Arquette - A host of stars were snapped as they attended the 3rd Annual CBS Television Studios Rooftop Summer Soiree which was held at the London Hotel in West Hollywood, California, United States - Tuesday 19th May 2015
Patricia Arquette - Celebrities attend the 3rd Annual CBS Television Studios Rooftop Summer Soiree at The London Hotel. at The London Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 19th May 2015
Eric White and Patricia Arquette - Sustainatopia 2015 launch party: A Fundraiser for Patricia Arquette's GiveLove - Arrivals at Expert Dojo in Santa Monica Place - Santa Monica, California, United States - Saturday 9th May 2015
Patricia Arquette will open up on her private and professional life in the forthcoming memoir.
Patricia Arquette, the American actress who won an Oscar in March for her stellar performance in Richard Linklater's coming-of-age drama Boyhood, is to write her memoir. Arquette has signed a book deal with Random House.
Patricia Arquette [L] with her Boyhood co-star Ellar Coltrane [center] and director Richard Linklater [R]
The actress, who is currently starring in CSI: Cyber, says she will document her "unconventional family, being a single mother at the age of 20, and her experience as a woman in Hollywood."
Continue reading: Oscar-Winner Patricia Arquette Is Writing Her Memoir
Patricia Arquette - A variety of stars were photographed as they arrived to the 26th Annual GLAAD Media Awards which were held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd March 2015
Patricia Arquette and Eric White - A variety of stars were photographed as they arrived to the 26th Annual GLAAD Media Awards which were held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 21st March 2015
The 46-year-old actress recently explained why she has never chosen to get her teeth straightened, despite the pressures of Hollywood.
Nearly two weeks has passed since Patricia Arquette won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in the family drama 'Boyhood,' but her new accolade, along with the pressures of Hollywood, will not evoke a mental or physical change in the 46-year-old actress.
Arquette with her Best Supporting Actress Oscar
In fact, Arquette has known what kind of person she is from an early age, which is one reason why she did not straighten her teeth as a child. The talented actress recently told People, she chose not to do so because "it didn't feel like it would fit who I was inside."
The 'Boyhood' actress used her acceptance speech to call for wage equality and equal rights for women, but her comments have split opinions.
Patricia Arquette’s Oscars acceptance speech has set the world of social media alight in the last twenty four hours. After she used her time at the microphone to call for wage equality and equal rights for women, opinion has been polarised as to validity of her argument.
The 46 year old won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Olivia Evans in Boyhood. Having produced a sheet of paper and thanked her family and fellow cast members, she went on to deliver a rousing finale: “It's our time to have wage equality once and for all, and equal rights for women in the United States of America.”
Patricia Arquette's Oscars acceptance speech was a hot talking point of the evening
Continue reading: Patricia Arquette's Oscar Acceptance Speech Divides The Internet
Congratulations to first-time Oscar winner Patricia Arquette!
Today in entertainment news: everything is the Oscars. After the show, it's time to discuss the biggest surprises and the biggest winners of the night, starting with Patricia Arquette. The actress won her very first Academy Award last night for her role in Boyhood as a mother struggling to bring up two children.
In a not-so-unpredictable twist, Patricia Arquette has won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress.
Arquette has swept through awards season this year, winning everything from a BAFTA to a Critics' Choice, to a Golden Globe and a SAG award for her Supporting role in Boyhood. Now she has an Oscar to add to that impressive collection.
Patricia Arquette won the Best Supporting Actress gong for her role in 'Boyhood'.
Patricia Arquette has won the 2015 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She starred in Richard Linklater’s epic Boyhood, playing the role of Olivia Evans.
The 46 year old fended off strong competition from Laura Dern (Bobbi Grey in Wild), Keira Knightley (Joan Clarke in The Imitation Game), Emma Stone (Sam Thomson in Birdman) and Meryl Streep (‘The Witch’ in Into The Woods).
2015's Best Supporting Actress Patricia Arquette (L) with her 'Boyhood' colleagues Ellar Coltrane and Richard Linklater
Continue reading: Patricia Arquette Wins Best Supporting Actress At 2015 Oscars
Celebrities have flocked to the Sunset Tower Hotel in order to support the Hollywood Domino Gala for the eighth year in a row, raising money for charities.
In 2008, Daya Fernandez thought of a fun little variation on the traditional game of dominos. Said game involves players using the pieces to make 'movie reels' - an idea that has certainly found a home with Hollywood's elite. Over the past eight years, a Hollywood Domino Gala has taken place in London, New York, the Cannes Film Festival, Puerto Rico, but the most important an prestigious event on the calendar takes place in in Los Angeles, on the Thursday before each year's Oscar ceremony.
Patricia Arquette at the 8th Annual Hollywood Domino Gala, in Los Angeles (Credit Michael Kovac - Getty Images)
With the help of Swiss watchmaker Bovet 1822, the 8th Hollywood Domino Gala & Tournament at the Sunset Tower Hotel on 19th February 2015. Every year, the Gala raises money for various charities, with this year the charity of choice was Artists for Peace and Justice - an organisation intent on supporting communities in poverty-stricken areas in Haiti.
Boyhood takes the top prize at the British Academy Film Awards, Fifty Shades of Grey holds its world premiere in Berlin, and new trailers arrive for Apatow's Trainwreck, the Poltergeist remake, the N.W.A. biopic, Guy Ritchie's The Man From U.N.C.L.E. and the Hitman movie...
Fifty Shadows of Grey held its world premiere at the Berlin Film Festival, attended by stars Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, as well as director Sam Taylor-Johnson and her actor-husband Aaron, plus novelist E.L. James. There have been virtually no press screenings prior to the film's release this weekend.
The SAG awards pave the way for the Oscars next month.
OK, so who’s nominated for the SAG Awards, happening tonight? The SAG ceremony is always more anticipated for the fashion and red carpet photos, rather than the actual show, but the winners list tends to be a good indicator for the Oscars later on. So, who’s on the list this year?
Michael Keaton is among the leading nominees for the SAG awards this year.
Boyhood and Birdman will go head to head in the best picture race, since the SAG awards don’t have separate genre categories. Michael Keaton, who stars in Birdman is a clear favourite this season for the honor, having scored wins for best actor in a comedy at the Golden Globes and for best actor at the Critics' Choice Awards, while Patricia Arquette won for best supporting actress in a drama at both shows, with Ellar Coltrane picking up best young actor awards at the Critics' Choice. Birdman won best acting ensemble at the Critics' Choice.
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With the race to the Oscars well and truly on, it looks as if Richard Linklater may have to clear more mantlepiece space.
Boyhood, Richard Linklater’s 12 years in the making drama, has once again taken home big award season honours, this time at the Critics Choice Awards. The film was named Best Picture, while Linklater was honoured with the Best Director award and star Patricia Arquette was named Best Supporting Actress.
Richard Linklater, Boyhood director
But the big winner of the evening was Alejandro G. Inarritu’s Birdman, which ended the night with seven trophies including a Best Actor nod for Michael Keaton. The movie’s entire cast were also honoured, taking the Best Acting Ensemble award.
Continue reading: Critics Choice Awards 2015: 'Birdman' and 'Boyhood' Among Big Winners
Patricia Arquette has revealed she made next to nothing from 'Boyhood'.
Boyhood is the outstanding movie of the year and, barring a Crash style upset, it will be crowned Best Picture at the Academy Awards on February 27. Still, if there's something more absolute than Richard Linklater's film winning the evening's biggest award, it is Patricia Arquette winning Best Supporting Actress.
Patricia Arquette [L] won the Golden Globe for Boyhood and is expected to win the Oscar
With respect to her fellow actresses, Arquette has nothing to beat. In a year of outstanding lead performances (Amy Adams, Julianne Moore, Reese Witherspoon, Felicity Jones), Arquette's nearest competition will likely come in the form of Emma Stone for Birdman, Keira Knightley for The Imitation Game and Jessica Chastain for A Most Violent Year.
Continue reading: Patricia Arquette Paid Dog Walker More Than She Received for 'Boyhood'