Radha Mitchell Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Radha Mitchell Net Worth $4 Million
Radha Mitchell net worth: Radha Mitchell is an Australian actress who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. In the late 90s, she also started to add film credits to her resume, appearing in such jobs as “Love and Other Catastrophes”, “High Art”, and “Everything Put Together”. She became globally known, when she co-starred in the hit movie, “Pitch Black”. Ever since then, she’s gone to appear in such movies as “Dead Heat”, “Phone Booth”, “Man on Fire”, “Finding Neverland”, “Melinda Melinda”, “Silent Hill”, “The Waiting City”, and “Olympus Has Fallen”.
Sir Mick Jagger persuaded French customs officials to let her into France to attend the Cannes Film Festival when she forgot to bring a visa with her.
The song, "Elbows", by Darren Hanlon was written about Radha after he bumped into her in a disco.
Her mother, who modeled on the Italian catwalk in the 1960s, had become enamored of India in the early '70s.
Full given name, Radha-Rani, is the name of the true love/main consort of the god Krishna in Hinduism, followed by the word for queen (Rani - from various Indian languages).
Woody Allen called her cellular phone personally to offer her the title role in Melinda and Melinda (2004). Radha was convinced that it was a prank until the script was delivered to her.
Vegetarian and practices yoga.
Has lived in Los Angeles, California, since 1997.
Mitchell has appeared twice in Neighbours (1985): briefly in 1994 as Cassandra Rushmore, a parachute instructor; and in the more substantial role of student Catherine O'Brien 1996-1997.
[Explaining why she dropped the Rani] ... on my first day of school. Someone asked me if my name was Macaroni.
I went through a phase of not wanting to watch any movies at all, and lately I've got back into watching films, I think because I meet people that make them all the time, and I feel like if I've seen their movie I know more about them, and it's a better discussion to have. And in doing that I rekindled my love of movies.
Any situation today could be a tragedy or a comedy, it just depends on the mood that you're in when you're experiencing it, and the mood of the storyteller who is telling it.