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Persia White was born on the 25th October 1972 in Miami, Florida USA, of Bahamian, African-American and Irish descent. She is an actress and producer, probably best known around the world from her leading role of Lynn Searcy in the CW sitcom “Girlfriends” (2000-2008). She is also recognized as a musician, who is a member of the band XEO3, as well as a solo singer, with her debut self-titled album. Her professional career has been active since 1990s.
So, how rich is Persia White? According to authoritative sources, it is estimated that Persia White’s net worth is $700,000 as of early 2016, with the main source of this amount of money being, of course, her career in the entertainment industry, as an actress, film producer and singer.
Persia White Net Worth $700,000
Persia White was raised in a family with three siblings, initially by her Bahamian father and white mother in the Bahamas, until they moved to Miami, South Florida, when she was only three years old. Persia began to express her acting talents when she was only eight years old, joining the Miami Coconut Grove Children’s Theater. When she was a teenager, she attended dancing, acting and singing classes, and after graduation from high school, she signed a contract with the Ford Agency and moved to LA. Her professional career began in 1993, with a small role in the film “Last Action Hero”.
Through the 1990s, Persia appeared in supporting roles in various TV series, including “The Client” (1995), “NYPD Blue” (1996), “Malibu Shores” (1996), “Saved By The Bell: New Class” (1996), “Parenthood” (1997), and “Sister, Sister”, before she acquired her first noteworthy role, of Aura in the highly popular TV action series “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” (1996-1997). From that point on, Persia’s career and net worth began steadily to improve, and in 1997, she was cast in the TV comedy series “Breaker High” (1997-1998), in which she portrayed Denise Williams in one of the leading roles.
Afterwards, she appeared as the Black Baby in the cult horror film “Black Dolls” (1999) directed by the famous filmmaker Charles Band. In 2000, Persia was featured in the film “Red Letters”, alongside Hollywood stars such as Peter Coyote, which certainly increased her net worth. The same year, Persia earned a lead role in the comedy TV series “Girlfriends” (2000-2008) as Lyn Ann Searcy, showing her skills in all 172 episodes, which became the main source of her net worth through those years.
In 2007, she made an appearance in the film “The Fall Of Night”, but her net worth increased a lot in 2012, when she acquired roles in the films “Dysfunctional Friends” for which she won the Best Actress award, “Black November”, “The Marriage Chronicles”, “No More Games”, and “Mafia”. In 2012, she also assumed the role of Abby Bennett Wilson in the critically acclaimed TV fantasy drama series “The Vampire Diaries”, which also added to her net worth.
To speak further of her career, Persia appeared in the films “Dermaphoria” and “Manifesto” in 2014, and her latest venture in the entertainment industry is the role of Berneice in the film “Cargo”, which is scheduled for a 2016 release.
Persia has also tried herself as a producer, and already has one title under her name, the documentary film “Earthlings” (2011), which also added to her net worth.
Side by side with her career in the film industry, Persia is also known as a musician. Her first self-titled album was released in 2009, produced by herself. She has already collaborated with famous musicians on the American scene, such as Gary Wallis, Jerome Dillon, and Dominique Miller. Persia has written three songs for “Girlfriends”, and is also recognized as a member of the band XEO3. All these have added to her wealth.
Regarding her personal life, Persia White has a daughter named Mecca White, born in 1995, with her ex-boyfriend. She was married to Saul Williams for only one year (2008-09), and in 2014 she married actor Joseph Morgan. Persia is known as an animal rights advocate – she is a vegan – and for her work in this area, she was honored when named 2005 Humanitarian of the Year by PETA.
|Full Name||Persia White|
|Date Of Birth||October 25, 1972|
|Place Of Birth||Miami, Florida, United States|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Singer, Environmentalist, Musician, Film Producer|
|Spouse||Joseph Morgan (m. 2014), Saul Williams (m. 2008–2009)|
|Nominations||ALMA Award for Favorite TV Actress - Comedy|
|Movies||Blood Dolls, Spoken Word, Kiss the Bride, Dysfunctional Friends, Black November, Mafia, Revelation, Dermaphoria, Stalled, The Fall of Night|
|TV Shows||Girlfriends, Another World, Breaker High|
|1||On July 5, 2014, she married--for the second time--her boyfriend of three years Joseph Morgan following an almost two-month-long engagement in an intimate ceremony in Ocho Rios, Jamaica, in front of 26 guests at a private villa, within sight of where they got engaged. They met each other on the filming of season 3 of The Vampire Diaries (2009).|
|2||Has a daughter named Mecca White (b.1995) with her ex-boyfriend.|
|3||A member of the band XEO3. Working on her first album, which she describes as "aggressive, dark, moody, heavy rock".|
|4||Raised in Nassau, Bahamas and Miami, Florida|
|5||Is a vegan.|
|6||Protests the wearing of furs. She has recently done a print ad for PETA in which she is holding a skinned fox carcass with the headline "Here's the rest of your fur coat."|
|7||Is Irish/Puerto Rican/African-American.|
|8||She regularly performs live as a member of the band "Black In White". She has written and recorded music for three films.|
|Breaker High||1997-1998||TV Series||Denise Williams|
|Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction||1997||TV Series||Molly (segment: On the Road) / Molly|
|Buffy the Vampire Slayer||1996-1997||TV Series||Aura|
|The Parent 'Hood||1997||TV Series||Alexis|
|Sister, Sister||1997||TV Series||Anya|
|The Burning Zone||1997||TV Series||Jenny|
|Weird Science||1997||TV Series||Kim|
|Goode Behavior||1996||TV Series||Trish|
|Saved by the Bell: The New Class||1996||TV Series||Heather|
|Malibu Shores||1996||TV Series||Listener|
|NYPD Blue||1996||TV Series||Margie|
|The Client||1995||TV Series||Black Female Student|
|Last Action Hero||1993||Persia White (uncredited)|
|The Vampire Diaries||2012-2017||TV Series||Abby Bennett Wilson|
|Castle Ridge||2014||TV Series||Kerry 'Coach K' Butler|
|No More Games||2012||Morgan|
|Guardian of Eden||2012||Clarke|
|The Marriage Chronicles||2012||Marcia Anson|
|Kiss the Bride||2010||Video||Trina|
|Girlfriends||2000-2008||TV Series||Lynn Ann Searcy Lynn Searcy Lynn Anne Searcy|
|The Fall of Night||2007||Dawn|
|Unscripted||2005||TV Series||Flirty Girl|
|Angel||2001||TV Series||Agnes 'Aggie' Belfleur|
|Red Letters||2000||Vanessa Cody|
|Operation Sandman||2000||TV Movie||Private Winslow|
|Blood Dolls||1999||Black Baby|
|Another World||1999||TV Series||Kineisha 'K.C.' Burrell|
|The Steve Harvey Show||1999||TV Series||Monique|
|Malcolm & Eddie||1998||TV Series||Sharon|
|Brooklyn South||1998||TV Series||Cinnamon|
|Everyday Joe||2007||Short co-producer|
|Under the Boardwalk: The Monopoly Story||2010||Documentary thanks|
|Diva Dog: Pit Bull on Wheels||2005||Documentary short very special thanks|
|Black Girls Rock! 2013||2013||TV Movie||Herself|
|Imagination Unleashed: An Artisan's Journey||2013||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|The Wendy Williams Show||2012||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|The Mo'Nique Show||2011||TV Series||Herself|
|24th Annual Genesis Awards||2010||TV Special||Herself|
|Straight from the Horses Mouth||2009||Video||Herself|
|23rd Annual Genesis Awards||2009||TV Special||Herself|
|Battleground Earth: Ludacris vs. Tommy Lee||2008||TV Series||Herself|
|2008 ALMA Awards||2008||TV Special||Herself|
|The 22nd Annual Genesis Awards||2008||TV Special||Herself|
|Your Mommy Kills Animals!||2007||Documentary||Herself - Actress|
|The 21st Annual Genesis Awards||2007||Video||Herself|
|106 & Park Top 10 Live||2005||TV Series||Herself|
|Infanity||2005||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|35th NAACP Image Awards||2004||TV Special||Herself - Co-Host|
|Vibe Awards||2003||TV Special||Herself|
|Source Awards 2001||2001||TV Special||Herself|
|The Test||2001||TV Series||Herself - Panelist|
|2011||Grand Jury Prize||American Black Film Festival||Best Actor||Dysfunctional Friends (2012)|
|2008||ALMA Award||ALMA Awards||Outstanding Female Performance in a Comedy Television Series||Girlfriends (2000)|