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Gina Rodriguez net worth:
$1 Million

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Gina Rodriguez Net Worth $1 Million Dollars

Gina Rodriguez Net Worth: Gina Rodriguez is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $1 million. She began performing as a salsa dancer at seven years old. When she was 16 she became one of 13 adolescents to be taken into Columbia University. She worked on stage impersonating Frida Kahlo. Her first television role came in the show Jonny Zero in 2005. Her film debut came in the 2008 picture Calling It Quits. In 2010 she had a recurring part as Marisol Evans in the TV series Army Wives. From 2011 to 2012 Rodriguez starred as Beverly to the soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. She’s starred in the movies Out Family Wedding, My Super Psycho Sweet 16: Part 2, do it!, Filly Brown, California Winter, Enter the Dangerous Mind, and Sleeping with all the Fishes.

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Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016CinemaCon AwardCinemaCon, USAFemale Star of Tomorrow
2016Imagen AwardImagen Foundation AwardsBest Actress - TelevisionJane the Virgin (2014)
2015Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or MusicalJane the Virgin (2014)
2015The "We're Wilde About You" Rising Star AwardGay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA)
2015Gold Derby TV AwardGold Derby AwardsBreakthrough Performer of the Year
2015Imagen AwardImagen Foundation AwardsBest Actress - TelevisionJane the Virgin (2014)
2013ALMA AwardALMA AwardsSpecial Achievement in FilmFilly Brown (2012)· Edward James Olmos
· Michael D. Olmos
· Lou Diamond Phillips
2012Imagen AwardImagen Foundation AwardsBest Actress/Feature FilmFilly Brown (2012)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2017Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Musical or ComedyJane the Virgin (2014)
2016Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or MusicalJane the Virgin (2014)
2016Critics' Choice TV AwardCritics Choice Television AwardsBest Actress in a Comedy SeriesJane the Virgin (2014)
2016Image AwardImage AwardsOutstanding Actress in a Comedy SeriesJane the Virgin (2014)
2015Critics' Choice TV AwardCritics Choice Television AwardsBest Actress in a Comedy SeriesJane the Virgin (2014)
2015Gold Derby TV AwardGold Derby AwardsComedy Lead ActressJane the Virgin (2014)
2015OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Actress in a Comedy SeriesJane the Virgin (2014)
2015Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Actress in a Series, Comedy or MusicalJane the Virgin (2014)
2015Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice TV Actress: ComedyJane the Virgin (2014)
2015Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice TV: LiplockJane the Virgin (2014)· Justin Baldoni
2015Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice TV: Breakout StarJane the Virgin (2014)
2015TCA AwardTelevision Critics Association AwardsIndividual Achievement in ComedyJane the Virgin (2014)
2015WIN AwardWomen's Image Network AwardsOutstanding Actress Comedy SeriesJane the Virgin (2014)
2014Imagen AwardImagen Foundation AwardsBest Actress/Supporting Actress - Feature FilmSleeping with the Fishes (2013)
2011Imagen AwardImagen Foundation AwardsBest Supporting Actress/Feature FilmGo for It! (2011)

Jane the Virgin (2014)$40,000 per episode

1Serves as a board member for the Hispanic Scholarship Fund.

1I felt very vulnerable after 'Sleeping with the Fishes'; I gained weight for the role. I felt a bit out of my skin in the movie, and it was hard to watch.
2I'm not messing with skiing. You can't get this Puerto Rican on the slope. Uh-uh.
3I will play the characters with last names like Sanchez and Gonzalez until the day I die, but I also want to play the 'Michelle Smiths.'
4I've been very lucky; God has done amazing things for me.
5Being an actress wasn't realistic. I knew that I was going to have to do it in a way that would speak to my parents. So I went to NYU Tisch School of the Arts for theater, and I studied at the conservatory.
6I went to college at NYU for acting, since acting was my dream from very young. I did a lot of hip-hop courses while I was there. I helped co-write a hip-hop production for the main stage of NYU, but I never touched rap.
7What makes characters real are details, and if you're crafting a person from scratch, you're probably not going to pay as much attention to a question like, 'Does this person bite their nails?'
8I was a salsa dancer for the majority of my life, from, like, 7 to 17, and did the World Salsa Congresses. I realized that I wanted to continue obviously to be a performer. But in my household, being an actor and jumping into acting is not really accepted.
9When I got out of college, I booked a movie called 'Go for It!' with Lionsgate, came out here, and I've been acting ever since - or trying, constantly trying.
10I started performing very young as a salsa dancer, and every time I was on that stage dancing, all I knew was that I wanted to speak. I wanted the music to stop, and I wanted to speak.
11I think all Latino actors want to be storytellers first. I want to be an actor first, and then I want to be Latina.
12I love telling stories that allow people to be less afraid to tell theirs.
13I grew up in Chicago, so hip-hop has always been a part of my life.
14I love relatable stories.
15I started small with commercials and print.
16I learned a lot from Ana Ortiz, who plays my sister in 'Sleeping with the Fishes'.
17Acting is how I'll be able to change how Latinos are viewed in media and change how little girls see and talk about themselves.
18I am not going to take a role because there's money. It might extend my checkbook, but not my integrity.
19I grew up dancing salsa - you know, a traditional Puerto Rican dance.
20I do not devalue the role of a maid or nanny, or the stereotypical roles that some members of our family have actually done to feed our families in real life.
21With each dream accomplished, bigger ones are put in their place.
22I don't want the Latino community to think I think the reason Latino films are not doing well is because of us. It is not fully our responsibility.
23I've specifically decided to say no to projects that weren't advancing Latinos, that weren't showing us in a positive light, roles that were gratuitous and spreading untruths.
24I can live in L.A. as a struggling artist. I cannot live in New York as a struggling artist.
25What I will not do is continue to perpetuate stereotypes. I'm the daughter of a maid; why do I have to also play a maid? My mom was a maid so I didn't have to be a maid.
26I dream big, baby. I want to do thrillers, I want to do smart David Lynch-type mysteries.
27'Filly Brown' gave me the wings to fly, but red carpets are still very uncomfortable.
28I started salsa dancing with a few different companies and started touring the country. It was fantastic, but I realized that I really wanted to talk every time we were performing. That's a problem because when you're dancing, if you stop to talk, that's not really cool to the other dancers.
29I've learned a lot about what kind of actor I want or do not want to be while being on set. I sit back and observe how other actors treat the totem pole of set politics.
30It's clear to me that execs need to step outside of their office and really look at life. We are in interracial relationships. We speak multiple languages. We're multiple religions inside of that. I have Jewish ancestors. My sister converted to Judaism. I have Christians and Catholics and Buddhists in my family. I have multiracial, multiethnic relationships. We need to start casting color-blind because there is no specific anymore.
31Latinos don't go out and support their own films, but at the same time, it's not their responsibility.
32I think when you work really hard and you help others, God helps you get what you want.
33This industry is all about work, and just because Sundance exposed me to the world, it is my job to stay deserving in that world. The work never ends; the hustle just get harder, and you get stronger!
34Every morning, my dad would have me looking in the mirror and repeat, 'Today is going to be a great day; I can, and I will.'
35I like to peel it and share it with friends. You can spread the love with an orange.
36I try to keep in mind that it's a long journey. It's not a race. It's about staying focused, continuing to do good work, make my family and community proud; that's all I really want to do... and pay my bills.

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