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How much money makes Eloise DeJoria? Net worth

Eloise DeJoria Net Worth

Eloise DeJoria made money by Actors niche. For all time, at the moment, 2016 year, Eloise DeJoria earned $17 Million. Exact sum is $17000000.


Short biography, height, weight, dates:

Birth date: May 13, 1957
Birth place: Houston, Texas, United States
Height:5 8 (1.73 m)
Profession: Actress, Producer
Spouse: John Paul DeJoria (m. 1993)
Children: Michael DeJoria, John Anthony DeJoria, Justin DeJoria


Eloise DeJoria Net Worth
Eloise DeJoria Net Worth


Wikipedia Source: Eloise DeJoria
Texas native Eloise DeJoria made her film debut in Songwriter, starring Willie Nelson. Other feature credits include Weekend at Bernies, Grand Champion, Dont Mess with the Zohan, Wall Street, and Wild Hearts. Her latest picture, When Angels Sing, based on Turk Pipkins classic Christmas story, stars Texas greats Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Marcia Ball, Kris Kristofferson, and Harry Connick, Jr.. The movie was directed by Tim McCanlies, and was produced by Austinites Elizabeth Avelan, Shannon Macintosh and Fred Miller. Eloises lifestyle has been featured on 20/20 with Barbara Walters, E Entertainment, and in many national and international publications. She is widely recognized as the spokes model for Paul Mitchell Hair care products in television and print ads. Her number one priority and joy is raising John Anthony, her 14 year-old son with John Paul De Joria, and being mother and grandmother to their large combined family. She enjoys the outdoors, staying fit, and eating healthy. Eloise is proud of her work at The Arbor Recovery Center in Georgetown, Texas, where she partners with her son Justin and recovery expert Jim Walker. She loves her time spent with eldest son Michael, who lives nearby with his family and works in the family business, John Paul Pet. She is also known for her contributions and charitable work with local groups including Help Clifford Help Kids, The Palmer Drug Abuse Program, The Austin Recovery Center, The Austin Childrens Shelter, Helping Hands, as well as Club 100, Long Center for the Performing Arts, The Paramount Theater, and The Austin Film Society.