Monet Mazur Biography
Monet Mazur, born Monet H. Mazur, is an American television and film actress. She is best known for her roles in Torque and Monster-in-Law. Her television appearances include Castle, CSI: Miami and Cold Case, Chuck, Strange World and Rizzoli & Islands. Mazur was born in Los Angeles, California on April 17, 1976. As of 2019, she is 43 years old
Monet Mazur Parents
Ruby Mazur is her mother. She was a former model and illustrator, as well as the creator of the Rolling Stones’ “tongue logo”. She is the younger sister of Monet and her twin brothers Cezanne, Miro, and has three younger siblings. Epic Mazur, her cousin is from Crazy Town. She appeared in their music video for “Revolving Door”.
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Alex de Rakoff, a British film director, is her husband. They were married in April 2005. Marlon de Rakoff was born in 2005, and Luciano Cy de Rakoff was born in 2011. In July 2017, the couple filed for divorce. In July 2017, she filed for divorce. She is approximately 5′ 9″ (172.7 cm) tall.
Monet Mazur Austin Powers
Mazur played the role of Mod Girl in “Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery”, a comedy American film. Mazur was also cast as Shane in “Torque”, an American racing action film.
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She was the Flirting Woman in 1993’s American comedy film The Addams Family Values. Mazur played Laura Fine-Baker as Billy’s wife and lawyer, and mother to Olivia, Jordan, and Jordan, in American television drama “All American.”
The Good Guys
He was the Cleaner in Episode: “The Wistleblower” American action-comedy series, “The Good Guys.” Mazur played the role of Georgia’s attacker in “The House Bunny,” an American comedy film. Mazur is cast in “The Learning Curve” in 2001.
She is hardworking and has made her way in acting. Her net worth is estimated at $2 million
MONET: I did a magazine photo shoot and wrote an article for this English magazine. I was so disappointed when it was published. [laughs] I hated these pictures and the interview was such an awful portrayal of me and what I actually said. I thought, “Oh, god, what garbage!” I won’t ever do another one of these magazines.” The director saw it and said, “Oh, God, what trash!” He also sent me a letter with the script, saying, “I saw your article in this magazine and have yet to find anyone that looks like Anita.” This part is yours to play. Please read the script. Tell me what you think.” I was just watching Anita Pallenberg and Brian Jones, Stones, Stephen Woolley… And I said, “Yes!” Tell them yes!” Then I read the script and thought, “This will be fun, challenging, scary and for all sorts of reasons.” It’s great to be a part of an English movie with an incredible cast.