Paris Jackson is the second child of the late renowned singer, dancer, and actor – “king of pop” Michael Jackson and the American dermatologist Debbie Row.
She was born on April 3, 1998, in Beverly Hills, California. As of today she is currently 24 years old and stands at 5ft 8 inches. Unlike others, her shadow is always followed by the media industry due to his father’s influence in the music industry.
Who Is Her Biological Father?
Recent searches have been rounding off the internet questioning the biological father of Paris Jackson. According to the reports, it is clear that she and her brother was raised by Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe.
However, previously her mother stated that both her children were delivered by artificial insemination and their father had no role in conceiving. Though Michael Jackson took full responsibility for taking care of the children.
|Full Name||Paris-Michael Katherine Jackson|
|Profession||American model, actress, and singer|
|Residence||Beverly Hills, California, U.S|
|Date of Birth||April 3, 1998|
|Age||24 Years Old|
|Education||Attended a Community College in California for a brief period (dropout)|
|Father Name||Michael Jackson|
|Mother Name||Debbie Rowe|
|Siblings||Michael Joseph Jackson, Jr. (“Prince”) (Biological Brother)|
Prince Michael Jackson II (“Bigi”)(Half Brother)
|Net Worth||$100 million|
As of today, the actress’s net worth is estimated to be $100 million. Most of her Networth is inherited after her father passed away in 2009. Initially, 65% of her father’s was split into three children, 20% into a charity fund, and the rest of the 40% to his supportive mother Katherine.
But with the demise of her grandmother, all 40% of the assets were directed to the three children. The estate is said to be worth millions. She also has earned quite a some from her acting and appearing in music videos.
She still has the potential to build her career. According to the reports, currently, she is earning a monthly income of $900,000 from the film industry.
Along with the opulent estate, she has a fantastic collection of luscious cars. She has a Porsche 911 worth $280,000 million and a jaguar I-Pace for $150,000 and a Volvo XC60, Ferrari Portofino, and Land Rover Discovery.
Two years after she was born, her parents divorced and her father received full custody of her, and her brother Michael Joseph Jackson later changes to Prince and younger half-brother Prince Michael Jackson II.
She grew up in the Neverland Ranch under the guidance of her godparents Elizabeth Taylor and Macaulay Culkin. She had a tough childhood trying to keep away from the media spies. Following the demise of her father, the custody of Paris was passed upon to her grandmother Katherine.
In her teenage years, she received the lifetime achievement award at the 2010 grammy awards on her father’s behalf along with his brother. In 2011, she was about to star in the children’s fantasy film Lundon’s bridge and the Three Keys, which shuts its production in the early stage.
She went on to make a documentary film on behalf of his father, titled Remembering Michael. The cost of the project was to be funded via crowdfunding – which rose controversies over the matter and her grandmother Katherine decided to shut down the project.
Later in 2017, she signed an agreement with IMG models and Guest starred in the Fox series “Star”. She featured in four episodes of the series.
She made her debut in 2018’s “Gringo”- a crime comedy-drama film in the role of Nelly and featured in two movies in 2022 “The Space Between” and “Habit”; she starred in the role of Cory and Jesus, respectively.
In 2022, she appeared in “Sex Appeal”, which was released in early January of last year.
Furthermore, she has appeared in lots of television interviews including The Ellen DeGeneres show, Vogue, and several other renowned TV shows.
She also appeared in the three-episode Television series “scream” which was adapted from the film “Scream” and in the spin-off of the Award-winning anthology “American Horror story” – “American Horror Stories” in the role of Maya. In addition, she had featured in some of the music videos from 2016 to 2018.
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