Emily Ratajkowski Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Emily Ratajkowski Net Worth $500,000
It’s really develop into a no.1 hit song in Great Britain and Canada. As her performing career advances, so does her modeling career. The truth is, she’s appeared in a number of high end magazines such as the 2012 issue of treats! After her appearance in the “Fuzzy Lines”, she advanced right into a high profile sex symbol which landed her a place on the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. As a movie actress, she made her debut in 2014 with “Gone Girl” which premiered in the New York Film Festival on September 26, 2014. After having several days, it had been disclosed that Emily Ratajkowski is set to appear on the November 2014 issue of Cosmopolitan magazine.
Went to San Dieguito Academy in Encinitas, California.
Ranked #62 on Maxim's "Hot 100" of 2014 list.
Her father is a painter and art teacher. Her mother is a writer and a professor of English, and teaches at the San Diego Jewish Academy.
Emily's paternal grandfather, Joseph T. Ratajkowski, was born in Illinois, to Polish parents, Joseph D. Ratajkowski and Clementine Tanski. Emily's paternal grandmother, Mary Lee Hays, was from West Virginia, and had Irish, German, and English ancestry. Emily's maternal grandfather, Ely D. Balgley, was a Polish Jewish immigrant, and Emily's maternal grandmother, Margaret Josephine O'Hara, was of Irish and German descent.
Model and actress.
Emily Ratajkowski Quotes
When I was a little girl, I loved theater a lot and I was always playing and making my own worlds.
I grew up eating street tacos and burritos on the beach, so I like people who can eat and aren't afraid to show it.
I think everyone has their awkward phases. Growing up isn't easy for everyone. I definitely had my awkward moments.
I think I had really good parents. I got really lucky. They said, 'You're a woman; enjoy yourself and believe that you can do things.'
I have great childhood memories cow-tipping, going off and getting lost in the bog for hours, and coming home covered in dirt.
I started modeling when I was - not older, but not 12. I have a mom who's a feminist - she's an English professor, an intellectual. She really gave me the equipment to understand that you can celebrate yourself without putting yourself down or needing to apologize for the way you look. I think that attitude is really crucial for a model.
I'm a big fan of the Irish accent. After a couple of drinks, I start to get a bit of an Irish lilt, too.
I absolutely love Ireland. It's one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and I have strong ties here. Both my grandmothers are from Ireland, and I have spent every summer in Bantry since my father, who is an artist, had the romantic idea 20 years ago to buy an old farmhouse on the west coast and renovate it.
I'm more of a Smithwick's or Bulmer's girl than a pint of Guinness.
I was real into theater, and then I tried soccer, acting and ballet. Both my parents didn't want a child-star model, so I didn't get into modeling until I was 14.
I'm a complete foodie, but I'm a terrible cook. If a guy can get me in the kitchen and we actually have fun cooking, that's amazing.
Nudity isn't something people should take offense to.
The attention from the fashion world is something that I didn't expect. I've shot with Bruce Weber and met Karl Lagerfeld. Having that kind of attention is really exciting.
Because of my name and my look, it's sometimes: 'Wow, I expected broken English or a British accent.'