Emily Procter Net Worth

Emily Procter’s Net Worth – How Wealthy is the actor?

Emily Procter Net Worth:
$14 Million

Emily Procter Net Worth

Emily Procter – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $14 Million
Date of birth: October 8, 1968 (55 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Actor, Journalist, Model, Singer
Nationality: American

Emily was born October 8, 1968 in Raleigh, North Carolina. She grew up as an adopted kid. Her professional career started with smaller roles in nineties. Her famous character is Calleigh Duquesne from CSI: Miami. Procter also played Ainsley Hayes in The West Wing and Amanda Callaway in White Collar. She’s married with music producer Paul Bryan and has 1 child.


Following her graduation from East Carolina, Procter moved to Los Angeles. Her father agreed to fund her desire to attended acting school for a couple of years while in LA, as she had decided to pursue acting. Before she even completed the acting program, she already landed a number roles in films like “Jerry Maguire” and “Breast Men.” In 1995, she appeared in the NBC sitcom, “Friends.”

How Rich is Emily Procter
The actor impresses with a net worth of 14000000 dollars. Congratulations for this achievement!

Personal Life

Since 2008, Procter has been in a relationship with musician Paul Bryan. In 2010, they had a daughter together named Philippa, whom they call Pippa. Procter was pregnant with Pippa during the ninth season of “CSI: Miami.” Because they did not write a pregnancy into her character, the writers instead adapted Procter’s on-screen appearances to take place primarily behind a desk.


“If you live in a small space, you should do the things that make it feel luxurious.”

— Emily Procter

“It’s not a bad idea to be single, so I can concentrate on my job.”

— Emily Procter

“When I was 8, my favorite toy was a stapler. My brother was afraid of me.”

— Emily Procter

“I started crying the other day just thinking that the baby is going to leave me soon! You have this relationship with this person in your belly and it’s really amazing.”

— Emily Procter

“In college, I was a weather anchor for the local news. I would ‘borrow’ my forecast from The Weather Channel.”

— Emily Procter



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