Rebecca Mader Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Rebecca Mader Net Worth $4 Million Dollars
Rebecca Mader Net Worth: Produced in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, in 1977, Rebecca Mader first broke to the entertainment industry as a model. While in Nyc, she worked for brands including Wella Hair, Colgate, and L’Oreal. Her performing career started on soap operas “All My Children”, “Guiding Light”, and “One Life to Live”. Shortly after, she started appearing on TV shows in brief parts, including “Fastlane”, “Law & Order: Trial by Jury”, “Stella”, “Starved”, and “Love Monkey”. Mader got a regular role as Alden Tuller on 13 episodes of “Justice” in 2006. A couple of years after, she scored a starring role on the hit ABC show “Lost” as Charlotte Lewis. In mid-2013, Mader made her onstage debut in a comedy production, “The Third Date”, at the Hollywood Fringe Festival. Mader divorced her first husband, Joseph Arongino, in 2008.
April 24, 1977
Cambridge, United Kingdom
5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)
Joseph Arongino (m. ?–2008)
The Devil Wears Prada, The Men Who Stare at Goats, Iron Man 3, Cougars, Inc., Mimic 3: Sentinel, Samantha: An American Girl Holiday, Great World of Sound, The Rainbow Tribe, The Big Bang, Ceremony, 21 Eyes, The Matthew Morrison Story
Has said that she was badly bullied for much of her time in school.
Separated from her husband in 2007 and divorced him in 2008.
Actors who say they don't watch TV are stupid. I was raised by TV! And it's how I research for auditions.
I don't know what the next acting job will be. I would love to do a comedy.
It's a blessing to be paid to be in paradise. The Hawaiian people are so friendly.
It's rare to work on a series without a writer. If you have a question about a line, then phone calls have to be made.
All I do is watch TV and films, and when I'm not doing that, I'm making them. I need a hobby!
I've always wanted to do an adult cartoon, because I want a job where you can just drive up in your pajamas, have a cup of tea and not even get dressed, and you've gone to work for the day. What a great gig!
I never did any sports at school. It wasn't until I moved to America, to New York, when I was about 20 that I actually thought that if I wanted to be an actress I might have to start working out.
The danger with playing someone tough is that the character can become two-dimensional and mean and nobody likes her.
I'm quadracontinental. I've got a life in London, New York, L.A. and Hawaii.
You know I hate watching myself on TV, I know a lot of actors say that, but it's true for me.
When I got 'Lost,' I was about to not be able to live, so it was a fall-to-the-knees, burst-into-tears, 'I'm saved by this great role' moment.
I'm incredibly cheesy. I'm all about happy endings and all of that.
If I have the power to post 'Happy Birthday' on someone's Facebook page and make them feel really good, it feels really good to make other people feel really good. I love it. I'm a huge Facebook and Twitter person. And I love talking to my fans. It's fun.
My first car was in 2006 when I got on my first TV show - a BMW 328i2 four-door sedan in slate grey. That was a great day, that was.
I'm just naturally quite toned. My dad was like a body builder, so I've got my dad's body. Not all of it, thank God.
I'm not Irish. Just because I have red hair doesn't mean I'm a lucky charm, you know?
For people to come to you and say, 'Would you like to be a part of our show?' after years of 'Please tell me I'm good enough,'... I can't tell you how wonderful it feels.
I love science fiction stuff - I'm a bit of a dweeb like that.
Without question, dying on 'Lost' was the best thing I have ever done in my entire career.
I do accents. Sometimes when I've had a few drinks, I speak in different accents all night long, and then at the end of an evening someone will say to me, 'Seriously, where are you from?'
I'm such a fan girl when it comes to movies, TV and sci-fi, sometimes I can't believe I actually get to be in them.