Jessica Pare Net Worth $1 Million
Jessica Pare is a Canadian actress who has a net worth of $1 million and salary per episode of $20,000. Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Jessica Pare grew up bilingual (French and English), and began appearing in theater productions as a youngster. She went to study with TheatreWorks, a touring educational theater company. She made her professional debut in the television movie, “Bonanno: A Godfather’s Story”, and then went to appear in a sequence of feature films through the early 2000s, including, “Stardom”, “Lost and Delirious”, “Bollywood/Hollywood”, and “Wicker Park”. She also appeared in multiple miniseries, which led to more work on television. She continued to appear in various movie jobs until 2010, when she was cast in the character that might gain her the most prevalent acknowledgement, as Megan Draper on the hit show, “Mad Men”.
Canadian film and television celebrity Jessica Pare comes with an estimated net worth of $1 million as well as a salary per episode of $20 thousand. Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on December 5, 1980, she is the daughter of Anthony Pare, the prior chair of instruction section at McGill University, and Louise Mercier, a conference translator. Both parents were born celebrities. She had three brothers and they grew up in the Montreal neighborhood of Notre-Dame-de-Grace. She is bilingual. She speaks both English and French. She studied drama at Theatre Works and she appeared in greater than half a dozen amateur theater productions as a teenager such as the part of Maid Marian in Robin Hood and Lucy in The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe.
Jessica Pare first head-turner performance was in the movie Stardom (2010). Jessica broke hearts in Lost and Delirious (2001). She played the catalyst for karmic intervention in Bollywood/Hollywood (2002) and somehow pulled off being a secret villain in Posers (2003). She was also portion of the Gemini-nominated mini-series Random Passage (2002). Her Hollywood debut came when she played the character of Josh Hartnett’s fiance in Wicker Park (2004). Ever since then, she has performed in other American productions both on television and the big screen. Pare appeared in Hot Tub Machine (2010) and co starred in the vampire horror-comedy Suck (2009). (2010) stars in the AMC television series Mad Men. (2010) married American writer and producer Joseph Smith in 2007 but they’d divorced.