Patty Hearst is an American Heiress, socialite and actress she’s a net worth of $45 million. She’s best-known for her participation together with the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA) after her kidnapping in 1974. Hearst spent two years in prison for her participation; her sentence was commuted by President Jimmy Carter. President Bill Clinton gave Hearst a presidential pardon. She was trained at the Santa Catalina School in Monterey, as well as the Crystal Springs School for Girls in Hillsborough. Among Patty’s closest friends was Patricia Tobin, the Tobin family is the creators of the Hibernia Bank, which owns the division that Patty and the SLA robbed.
Patty Hearst Net Worth $45 Million Dollars
Patty Hearst is married to Bernard Shaw her former bodyguard, plus they have two children. The family now lives in Garrison, New York, and Hearst sometimes gives media interviews regarding the SLA incidents and she’s had some minor acting roles. There was another movie about the media craze surrounding the Symbionese Liberation Army “Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst” was directed by Robert Stone in 2004. Some of Patty’s minor acting roles are the movies Cry-Baby, Serial Mom, Pecker, Cecil B. DeMented, and A Dirty Shame. Several musical groups have recorded tunes about Hearst and the SLA like; Ice Cube’s song Cave Bitch, Frank Turner’s song, “I’m Disappeared,” and Smoke Or Fire’s song, “The Patty Hearst Syndrome”.
Her French bulldog, Diva, won a ribbon at the Westminister Kennel Club Dog Show on February 11, 2008.
Her great-grandfather, George Hearst, is a character portrayed by actor Gerald McRaney on the HBO series Deadwood (2004).
Warren Zevon's song, "Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner", makes a reference to Patty Hurst's participation in the SLA bank robbery. There's a line at the end of the song: "Patty Hearst heard the burst of Roland's Thompson gun and bought it".
Danny Elfman's band, then still called "The Mystic Knights of the Oingo Boingo", wrote a song about the whole Patty Hearst ordeal, called "You Got Your Baby Back". It was released as a 2 track single in 1976 and is also known as "The Patty Hearst Song".
Is portrayed by Natasha Richardson in Patty Hearst (1988)
The indie rock band Camper Van Beethoven's 1988 album "Our Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart" takes its name from a reference to Hearst in one of the SLA's press manifestos. The album also includes "Tania," a love song to Hearst.
Daughters Lydia Hearst and Gillian Hearst-Shaw were a part of the Toys for Tots holiday party in New York. [December 2002]
Married her former bodyguard. Changed her name to 'Tania' when she was kidnapped and brainwashed by the Symbionese Liberation Army and experienced Stockholm Syndrome
Daughter Lydia Hearst is a Ford model.
Granddaughter of William Randolph Hearst, and daughter of Randolph Hearst
The punk band The Misfits wrote a song called "She" about Patty Hearst
Has two daughters, Gillian Hearst-Shaw and Lydia Hearst.
Was a cheerleader at Sacred Heart School in Menlo Park, California.
Her part in the armed robbery of the Hibernia Bank (now a Bank of America branch) took place at 1450 Noriega Street in San Francisco's Sunset District. She was finally arrested in San Francisco at 625 Morse Street, not far from the Cow Palace. Her defense attorney would be F. Lee Bailey who, by many accounts, lost the case because he permitted his client to take the stand.
On February 4, 1974 she was kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA) and held captive for over two months in cramped studio apartment #6 at 1827 Golden Gate Avenue near the University of San Francisco.