Tonya Renee Banks Net Worth : $1 Million
Tonya Renee Banks or more commonly known simply as Tonya Renee is the famed American actress of both film and TV industry in the USA. The woman gained fame by being a midget actress who was born is the USA back on July 7th 1964.
She first joined entertainment industry in 1984 where she started her career by being a stuntwoman. Her first real acting gig was for the famed TV series titled “Little Women: LA”. This reality TV show was based on the midget women living in LA and showed the ordinary people the insight of a midget’s life.
Even after gaining public acclamation form this TV series, Tonya suffered several backlashes in the acting industry and went on to do minor roles in TV series. Her second major appearance in TV was for the series titled “Martin and Ally McBeal” where she made a guest appearance.
As for her film career, her first major role was in the movie starring the legendary comedian Robin Williams titled “Death To Smoochy”. The movie was released in 2002 and it led to Tonya getting the role in the 2003 hit comedy film titled “Bad Santa”. As for her most recent participation in the film industry, t was for the 2015 movie titled “The Internship Games”.
Up until now, Tonya has only been nominated for several TV awards but her real goal is to one day win the Academy Award. While she has been in the entertainment world for more than 30 years and is regarded among a few of the oldest actresses, she still does not let her age dictate her life. She does her work passionately.
As for her personal life, Tonya has never been married. She still had in an on and off boyfriend-girlfriend relationship with her longtime boyfriend Trevor. The main reason for their relationship to be still going strong is their daughter Angelique Johnson who unlike her mother does not suffer from dwarfism.
In her years of service to the entertainment industry, Tonya Renee has accumulated herself a decent net worth of approximately 1 million dollars. The figure is purely based on some previous records and it might even be larger than this.