Thandie Newton Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Thandie Newton is an English performer with an estimated net worth of $17.5 million. She’s the daughter of a Nyasha, a Zimbabwean healthcare worker and Nick Newton, an English laboratory technician. She grew up in Cornwall which rests in the southwest area of Britain before the age of eleven. Newton described at a TED convention that from a young age she knew she was different,”From regarding the age of 5, I had been conscious i did not meet. Newton was the black, atheist child in the all-white, Catholic school run by nuns.
Thandie Newton Net Worth $17.5 Million Dollars
Newton used to be an anomaly.” Following a serious back injury, Newton had to quit dancing. Newton started auditioning for movies. She got her first role in John Duigan’s Flirting (1991). Following the success of Flirting, Newton moved to la to pursue acting farther. To her disappointment, her British accent limited the level of work she could do. Newton received a degree in anthropology in the university. Between school sessions Newton would work playing jobs. She finally started reserving more outstanding jobs. On September 8, 2013 a spokesperson for Newton affirmed the couple is expecting their third kid.
November 6, 1972
London, United Kingdom
5 ft 2 in (1.6 m)
London's Tring Park School of Performing Arts, Downing College, Cambridge
Ol Parker (m. 1998)
Ripley Parker, Booker Jombe Parker, Nico Parker
Nyasha Newton, Nick Newton
BAFTA Award for Best Supporting Actress (2004), Black Reel Award for Best Ensemble (2010)
Black Reel Award for Best Actress, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture, Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture
"Mission: Impossible II" (2000), "The Pursuit of Happiness" (2006), "Crash" (2004), "The Young Americans", "The Truth About Charlie", "ER", "Shade", "Beloved", "The Chronicles of Riddick", "Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles"
Voted by the readers of Black Men Magazine as one of "The 10 Sexiest Women of the Year." 
Her full name, Thandiwe, means "beloved."
She has a Zimbabwean mother and a British father.
When I am out and about I feel watched. It's become second nature. The only time I get to be private is in my work. That is when I liberate the ego. The blessed-out sensation of liberating the ego.
Ten years ago, I probably would have bemoaned the fact that I started out [in the film business] so young - but now I'm grateful - truly grateful. [September 2008]
God, yeah, I'm good at playing the emotionally strangled person. The woman who is in the worst place in her life. That's me!
I don't put the pressure on myself to be a very successful movie star. I want to enjoy being an actor and I want to be challenged by the roles I take. What is lovely is that I'll get sent a small movie, and you know that by virtue of me being involved they get their money and that's fantastic.
Having children is life-changing, to state the obvious. It's a gigantic shift in your life and I welcomed it. Not to put too fine a point on it, there's something about the shame that goes with sexual exploitation, deviance, whatever. As a woman, having a baby psychologically erases it all from your body. And that, for me, was incredibly important.
I use the film industry as a pleasure for work and that kind of thing and it's not a pursuit to make me feel happy in my life.
It was hysterical. We wanted to make it naughty and fun. When the camera stopped rolling, it was hard to stop laughing. - about her love scene with Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible II (2000).