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Patricia T. Arquette

Nick Name



54 years



Sun Sign/Zodiac Sign


Birth place

Chicago, Illinois, USA



Date of birth

8 April 1968

Mother’s Name

Brenda Denaut

Father’s name

Lewis Arquette


Alexis Arquette, David Arquette, Richmond Arquette


Rosanna Arquette



Height (Approx.)

in Feet: 5′ 2″

in Meters: 1.57 m


in Pounds: 150 lbs

in Kilogram: 68 kg


Paul Rossi (1988-1991)

Nicolas Cage (April 1994-May 2001)

Thomas Jane (June 2001-July 2011)


Enzo Rossi, Harlow Olivia Calliope Jane


Mid-City Alternative school


The Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies

Race / Ethnicity


Hair Color

Dyed blonde

Eye color


Sexual orientation




Instagram followers


Net worth

$24 Million Dollars.

Let us know about Patricia Arquette:

Patricia Arquette is a well-known actress, by profession. She Is an Oscar-winning actress who has a long tenure in cinema and television, where she has consistently demonstrated her wide range as a performer in a variety of genres. Patricia Arquette is a great actress from the United States who excels in both cinema and television. Arquette was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1968. Arquette’s mother was a devout Jew, and her ancestors came from Poland and Russia.

About her Career:

Patricia made her acting debut in 1987, as Kriston Parker in the film “A Nightmare on Elm Street 3.” It was a big movie, and she got a lot of praise for her outstanding performance. Allison DuBois was her character in the supernatural drama series Medium (2005-2011), which was based on the novelist and medium Allison DuBois, who claimed to have psychic abilities. She has, however, starred in a number of successful films and television programmes in which she has given outstanding performances. She has received several honours over her career and has also received several nominations.

Her childhood and family:

Her mother was a writer, actress, therapist, and activist, while her father was a director and actor.

In her early adolescence, she was quite the rebel. She got arrested for stealing at the age of 12 and turned bald at one point.

She went to the ‘Mid-City Alternative School’ in the early 1970s. After the family moved to Los Angeles in 1974, she attended the ‘Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies.’

When she was 14, she ran away from home and moved in with her elder sister, Rosanna, who was an aspiring actress at the time. She eventually decided to follow Rosanna’s lead and pursue an acting career. Milton Katselas, a well-known theatrical educator, taught her how to act. When Patricia’s mother died of breast cancer in 1997, she took the lead in the fight against the disease. In 1999, she was the spokeswoman for Lee National Denim Day and participated in the annual Race for the Cure.

Some of her movies:

True Romance (1993), Beyond Rangoon (1995), Ethan Frome (1993), Lost Highway (1997), and Flirting with Disaster is just a few of her critically regarded films (1996). Her depiction of a deaf epileptic in Wildflower earned her a CableACE award in 1991. (1991).

Her Achievements:

Patricia Arquette was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2014 for the film Boyhood, among other awards. In addition to winning the Golden Globe Award and the Screen Actors Guild Award, she was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards for her performance.

Patricia Arquette  Personal life/Relationship:

Paul Rossi (1988-1991) — Patricia began dating Paul Rossi, a professional musician, in 1988. She has a kid named Enzo Rossi (born January 3, 1989) with Paul. In 1991, the couple divorced.

Nicolas Cage (April 1994-May 2001) – Patricia began dating actor Nicolas Cage in April 1994 after her divorce from Paul. The pair married in April 1995 after dating for a year. After 9 months of marriage, they were no longer together. They did, however, file for divorce in 2000, which was finalised in May 2001.

Thomas Jane (June 2001-July 2011) – In 2001, Patricia began dating another actor, Thomas Jane. Harlow Olivia Calliope (born February 23, 2003) was the couple’s first child, and they married in August 2002. Three years later, on June 25, 2006, the couple married in the Palazzo Contarini in Venice, Italy. Patricia filed for divorce in 2009, but the pair later reunited. Following that, they filed for divorce in August 2010, which was completed on July 1, 2011. Their daughter is still in their shared care.

Patricia Arquette teeth:

For many teenagers, having braces on their teeth is a part of growing up, but Patricia Arquette refused to let anybody alter her natural smile, even if it meant obtaining a date. As per reports, a boy who had chosen her ‘best attractive’ in their class advised she straighten her teeth so she could appear for Playboy while she was in the ninth school. The 46-year-old was caught aback by the sexist comment and stated that she had no intention of ever having her slightly crooked front teeth fixed.

Patricia Arquette net worth:

She has a net worth of around $24 Million Dollars.

Some facts about Patricia Arquette:

  • Before she agreed to marry Nicolas Cage, she sent him on a journey to collect (among other things) a black orchid and J.D. Salinger’s autograph.
  • In 2010, Patricia (together with her friend Rosetta Getty) founded GiveLove, a non-profit that aids in the introduction of environmental cleaning activities in underdeveloped areas.
  • She made a comment on gender disparity during her ‘Oscar’ acceptance speech for ‘Boyhood’ at the 2015 ‘Academy Awards,’ which was promptly weighed in by millions of spectators.
  • She has run in the ‘Race for the Cure,’ which is held every year. She was the spokeswoman for ‘Lee National Denim Day,’ a fundraiser organised by Lee Jeans to support breast cancer research and educational activities, in 1999.
  • Following the earthquake in Haiti in 2010, she co-founded a non-profit organisation with her friend Rosetta Millington-Getty to help with various initiatives in the devastated country, including house building and community development.