Marsha Thomason Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Marsha Thomason Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
Marsha Thomason Net Worth: Marsha Thomason was born in Moston, Manchester, England, United Kingdom in January 1976. She studied media, theatre, and performing arts at Oldham Sixth Form College as well as graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University. Beginning at 13 she attended the Oldham Theatre Workshop and played in youth productions. Her first television appearance came in the show Screenplay in 1993. Thomason’s debut movie role came in 1994’s Priest. From 1998 to 1999 Marsha starred as Jacqui Richards in the show Where the Heart Is. From 1998 to 2000 she starred as Sharon Pierce in Playing the Field. From 2008 to 2009 she starred as Julia Miller in the show Easy Money and Thomason had a recurring character in General Hospital in 2009. From 2009 to 2010 she starred in the show Make It or Break It and since 2009 she’s starred as Diana Barrigan to the show White Collar. Marsha is married to Craig Sykes as well as the couple has one daughter together.
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 37, a daughter Tallulah Anaïs Sykes on June 12, 2013. Child's father is her husband, Craig Sykes.
One of her first acting roles was in 'The 8:15 from Manchester'. Later in her career while filming 'Lost', her character encountered survivors of a plane crash - Oceanic 815.
Married in Malibu, California.
She was born to an English father and a Jamaican mother.
A well known director wouldn't take the chance on casting me for an American role after he discovered that I was English. Some time later, he expressed his regret that he hadn't taken the chance with me.
I think that Vegas is one of the wildest places I've ever been to. You can look to your left and there's a drag queen getting married by Elvis, to the right there is some old bird sticking quarters into a slot machine for hours.
I know it sounds clichéd, but if we just treated each other as we'd like to be treated ourselves, we'd all be doing a lot better.
When I am on the plane and turbulence kicks in, I can't abide it. I feel like we are all going to die, and it takes everything in me to stay calm. But there are worse things to have to cope with.
I never understand when people say, 'School days are the best of your life.' So it's all downhill from 16? How depressing.
There is definitely a pressure for funny people to be funny. People want them to perform all the time.
I didn't grow up with pets, but I live alone and figured a dog might be good for me. His name is Drexl, and he's a shih-tzu.
I've taken classes most of my life, and it's no secret among my friends I want to be in a movie about dance. Maybe 'Step Up 2,' with the delightful Channing Tatum.
I enjoy the reaction I get in the U.S.A. when people discover I have an English accent. They don't expect that, and it's kind of a kick.
I have never seen a ghost. But yes, I believe because I know too many people who have had experiences. When I lived in Notting Hill, I shared a flat with a mate who was convinced that there was a presence in our house.