Pauley Perrette Biography
Pauley Perrette is an American actress who is best known for playing Abby Sciuto on the U.S. TV series NCIS. Perrette is also a published writer, civil rights advocate, and singer.
Pauley told host Craig Ferguson on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson that she lived in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, New York, New Jersey, and California.
She also confessed in a 2011 interview with the Associated Press that her early ambitions were to work with animals, be in a rock and roll band or be an FBI agent.
Pauley Perrette Age
Pauley was born on March 27, 1969 in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
Pauley Perrette Education
She joined Valdosta State University in Valdosta, Georgia studying criminal justice, and then later moved to New York City to study at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Pauley Perrette Family | Pauley Perrette Siblings | Pauley Perrette Brother
Pauley was born to Donna Bell.
Pauley Perrette Career
Pauley has worked in television and film, mostly doing commercials, voice-overs, music videos and also short films. Pauley has also worked as a bartender in New York City. While working odd jobs in New York, Pauley was introduced by a friend to an advertising agency director. From then on, according to Perrette, “I started booking commercials like crazy!”This led to her move to Los Angeles, and there she had a variety of bit parts and made several guest appearances.
In the January/February 2010 Performer Q Score, she tied in the top 3 alongside Tom Hanks and also Morgan Freeman. Perrette was also the only woman to make the top 10.
TV Guide reported on October 4, 2017 that Perrette would be leaving the series at the end of the 15th season. She then made her final appearance in the episode “Two Steps Back.”
Pauley’s Q Score is 44 as of Winter of 2018, giving her the highest score of all current female TV actresses.
She started appearing in television commercials for Expedia.com in late 2010. She also made a guest appearance as a judge on season four, episode six of RuPaul’s Drag Race.
Pauley Perrette NCIS
Pauley played a recurring character Alice Cramer, the Unit’s public relations person in season two of Special Unit 2 in 2001. She finally landed her most prominent role, playing Abby Sciuto who is an eccentric forensic scientist, on NCIS, a TV series based on the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. Her initial appearances as the character were on two episodes of JAG aired in spring of 2003 that then served as a backdoor pilot and also introduced the characters. Pauley has since appeared as Abby in two 2009 episodes of NCIS: Los Angeles, as well as in two episodes of NCIS: New Orleans in 2014 and 2016.
Pauley Perrette Song
Pauley has recorded a song “Fear” (co-written with Tom Polce) under the name “Stop Making Friends”. It was recorded for NCIS: The Official TV Soundtrack which was released on February 10, 2009. The song “Fear” was featured in the NCIS episode “Aliyah” (season 6 episode 25), according to the soundtrack’s website.
Pauley Perrette Band
Pauley was the lead singer in the Los Angeles-based, all-female band Lo-Ball, using the stage name “Pauley P.” Their song “Can’t Get Me Down” is heard in the movie Legally Blonde. She also appeared in “The Unnamed Feeling” video for heavy metal band Metallica from their album St. Anger. She was then the featured vocalist on a song called “Fire in Your Eyes” by B. Taylor, a Las Vegas-based hip-hop artist.
Pauley Perrette Net Worth
The NCIS star has an estimated net worth of $22 million.
Pauley Perrette Height
Paulry stands at a height of 1.77 m.
Pauley Perrette Movies
Scooby-Doo! and Kiss: Rock and Roll Mystery
Delilah Domino / The Crimson Witch
I Am Bad
Superman vs. The Elite
Satan Hates You
The Singularity Is Near
Potheads: The Movie
Cut and Run
A Moment of Grace
Dr. Grace Peters
Female Lover Bear
My First Mister
Hand on the Pump
The Price of Kissing
Pauley Perrette Frasier
Perette appeared as a waitress at Cafe Nervosa on the sitcom Frasier during its fourth season (in the episode “Three Dates and a Break Up”), and she also guest starred in season one of 24.