Marisa Tomei is an actress from the United States. Tomei began her career in 1984, with minor roles in the films "The Flamingo Kid" and "The Toxic Avenger," as well as appearances on the serial opera "As the World Turns."
She went on to star in films such as "My Cousin Vinny" (1992), for which she received an Academy Award nomination, "In the Bedroom" (2001), and "The Wrestler" (2008).
Marisa has also starred on television shows such as "A Different World" (1987), "Rescue Me" (2006), and "Empire" (2015).
She was featured on NBC's "Who Do You Think You Are?"
in 2012, when she traveled to the Tuscany region of Italy and the island of Elba (part of Tuscany) to learn the truth regarding the murder of her maternal great-grandfather, Francesco Leopoldo Bianchi. Tomei is a Broadway veteran, having been in "The Comedy of Errors" (1992), "Wait Until Dark" (1998), "SalomÃ©" (2003), "Top Girls" (2008), "The Realistic Joneses" (2014), and "The Rose Tattoo" (2019).
Marisa Tomei's net worth is currently estimated at $25 million.
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Marisa Tomeiâ€™s father is Gary A. Tomei.
Marisa Tomeiâ€™s mother is Patricia Addie Tomei.
Siblings: Marisa Tomei has a brother named Adam Tomei.
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"Singing really oxygenates your blood. You stretch your lungs and take in much more air into them than before. It's really good for your health."
"We play lots of roles in our lives, but I got to do that in one movie [Parental Guidance], and ride the feelings, and it was a good challenge for me."
"I think the fantasy of being a movie star is more powerful than the reality. So, for me, even if it's not a great film or a great play I'm doing, to know that you went for it. You had an experience that made you grow artistically and personally. What's really satisfying is knowing that you did a good job."
"I've sought out several dance teachers-shaman-like women dance teachers-to get in touch with the mystical through movement."
"With acting, it was really more of a general kind of experience of really just loving being in the theater."
"I really don't like when things are all polished and perfect - the perfect love story and the hair is perfect."