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Paulina Mary Jean Gretzky Wiki/Biography
Paulina Mary Jean Gretzky was born on 19 December 1988, in Los Angeles, California USA, and is a singer, model, and celebutante, best known for songs such as a cover of Sarah McLachan’s “I Will Remember You” and “Collecting Dust”. She’s also been featured in various publications, and all of her endeavors have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Paulina Gretzky? As of mid-2016, sources inform us of a net worth that is at $5 million, mostly earned through various modelling work and the success of her single. She’s also tried her hand at films and has been associated with various celebrities. As she continues her career, her wealth will likely increase.
Paulina Gretzky Net Worth $5 million
Like some celebrities, Paulina found popularity because of the name of her family. She is the daughter of former professional ice hockey player Wayne Gretzky and actress Janet Jones, and the niece of Brent and Keith Gretzky. She also gained popularity on the internet through a series of racy pictures she posted on Twitter and Instagram which include her in swimsuits.
Gretzky attended Nightingale-Bamford High School, and after matriculating was accepted into the School of American Ballet. However, she decided not to pursue college in order to focus on a career in music and acting. This eventually led to her first public performance at the 2003 Heritage Classic where she performed “I Will Remember You”. She then signed with AO Recordings, and released the song “Collecting Dust” which was featured in “Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County”, which became available digitally through iTunes and has found moderate success.
Paulina would then find a career in modelling, making her debut on a cover of Flare during August 2005. Aside from these, she made an appearance as Bikini Girl Daisy in the film “Grown Ups 2” which starred Adam Sandler. Prior to that appearance, she was a part of “In God We Trust” and “Fame”. She also continued to make appearances in other publications including magazines such as Golf Digest, and AskMen.
For her personal life, it is known that Paulina became engaged to professional golfer Dustin Johnson in 2013 and they had a son two years later. Their relationship had some issues since Dustin was accused of taking drugs and having affairs with the wives of other professional golfers. According to reports, she didn’t appear at his father’s retirement announcement because she felt that she would cry a lot if she was there.
Gretzky also does charity work from time to time, recording a CD that was used for a benefit. She has performed at various events, for example singing the Canadian National Anthem at several hockey games. Having originally come to fame through social media, her Instagram and Twitter accounts are very active. She has over 473,000 followers on Instagram and has around 291,000 followers on Twitter.
|Full Name||Paulina Gretzky|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||December 19, 1988|
|Place Of Birth||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Height||5' 8" (1.73 m)|
|Profession||Model, pop singer|
|Children||Tatum Gretzky Johnson|
|Parents||Janet Jones, Wayne Gretzky|
|Siblings||Emma Gretzky, Tristan Gretzky, Trevor Gretzky, Ty Gretzky|
|Albums||"Collecting Dust" (AO Recordings, 2006)|
|Movies||"Fame" (2009), "Guns, Girls and Gambling" (2012), "In God We Trust" (2000)|
|TV Shows||"Grown Ups 2" (2014)|
|1||Gave birth to her 1st child at age 26, a son named Tatum Gretzky Johnson in the morning of January 19, 2015 in Los Angeles. Child's father is her fiancé, Dustin Johnson.|
|2||(November 7, 2013) Paulina's sweater caught fire at a bar however she was fortunate to have not suffered any injuries from the accident.|
|3||Has been in a relationship with Dustin Johnson since 2011 and they have been engaged since August 2013. They have a son together.|
|4||Goddaughter of Mark Messier.|
|5||Posed for the cover of the August 2005 issue of Canadian magazine Flair. Her mother had posed for the magazine in 1988.|
|6||Grand-daughter of Walter Gretzky and Phyllis Gretzky. Niece of Glen Gretzky, and Brent Gretzky. Sister of Tristan Gretzky, Trevor Gretzky, Ty Gretzky, and Emma Gretzky.|
|7||She is set to have a small acting role in the upcoming movie "Alpha Dog" which should be released in 2005.|
|8||She sang the Canadian National Anthem before the semi-final game between the Czech Republic and Canada during the 2004 World Cup of Hockey in Toronto, Canada in September 2004.|
|9||Performed the Sarah McLachlan song "I Will Remember You" in front of 57,000 at Commonwealth Stadium in Edmonton, Canada for the Heritage Classic Weekend (November 22, 2003).|
|10||Her first name and first middle name come from Wayne's paternal grandmother, Pauline Mary, who died shortly before Paulina was born; her second middle name, Jean, comes from Janet's mother, who has been the Gretzkys' live-in nanny since Paulina was born.|
|11||Paulina got to meet Queen Elizabeth II when Wayne escorted the Queen to center ice to drop the puck at a pre-season NHL game in Vancouver.|
|12||Paulina did not attend her father's retirement announcement in New York City because she thought she would cry too much and watched it on TV.|
|13||When the Gretzkys lived in New York City, Paulina was accepted into the American School of Ballet.|
|14||once recorded a CD for a benefit|
|15||Attended Nightingale-Bamford School, New York City.|
|16||Was born 5 months and 2 days after her parents' wedding.|
|17||Daughter of hockey legend Wayne Gretzky and actress Janet Jones, and the eldest of their 5 children.|
|Grown Ups 2||2013||Bikini Girl Daisy|
|Guns, Girls and Gambling||2012||The Deputy|
|Fame||2009||Gorgeous Blonde Senior|
|In God We Trust||2000||Short||Pink girl|
|Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County||2005||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Ultimate Gretzky||2003||Video documentary special thanks|
|American Music Awards 2013||2013||TV Special||Herself - Presenter|
|Pretty Wild||2010||TV Series||Herself - Friend|
|Life and Times||2005||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Ultimate Gretzky||2003||Video documentary||Herself (uncredited)|