As we all know Pauley Perrette is a cute looking action figure but how many of us know her net worth and earnings? Keep scrolling and know Perrette's net worth.
As we all know that Pauly is an American actress best known for playing Abby Sciuto on the U.S. TV series. She has an estimated net worth of $16 million as of 2018.
Despite starring in "NCIS", Pauley has branched out and has worked on the other project simultaneously. Recently she is lending voice actress of an animated character Nickleby in several episodes of the animated show "Fantasy Hospital." She reportedly earns $175,000 per episode. The actress reportedly accumulates more than $6 million from her profession per year.
The actress is also a poet and has written a story titled Cheers. Additionally, she loves taking pictures and she is a human rights activist and has released a documentary tilled Citizen Lane in 2013.
Well, the talented NCIS star is a known tattoo lover and her love for tats are evident all over her body. She has about 20 permanent tattoos on her whole body.
In one of her Instagram posts, she was spotted with singer Taylor Swift wearing a diamond necklace and diamond bracelet worth around $40,268.
Moreover, she posted a few images from Grammy along with The Weekend, Sam Smith, Nancy Odell and many others.
Hard work surely pays, if ypou don't believe just take a look at Pauley's career and all the hardship she went through. Before being famous as an actress, Perrette attended Crestwood High School and went to Valdosta State College to study Criminology before moving to the New York to study Criminal Justice at the John Jay College.
To support herself in the college, Perrette had to take up the numerous small jobs in New York which include working as a bartender and cook. It was a colleague at one of the odd jobs that linked to a director and then she started appearing in commercials.
Pauley Perrette moved to the Los Angeles in the bid to increase the chances of landing roles in movies and started making guest appearances in some series.
She landed on her first recurring role in the sitcom Special Unit 2 as Alice Cramer. As her fame kept rising, she was booked for the role in the NCIS in an NCIS: Los Angeles and NCIS: New Orlean.