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Phoebe Cates Kline is a New York City-born former American actress, model as well as an entrepreneur who is perhaps best known for her work as an actress in the movie “Gremlins”. Born on 16 July 1963, Phoebe is of Russian and Chinese descent. A well-known personality in Hollywood and American television, Phoebe started her career in modelling in 1977, and became an actress in 1982. She is not active in the field of entertainment as of today.
A respected television personality and an accomplished actress, one may wonder how rich is Phoebe Cates? As estimated by sources, Phoebe counts her net worth at an amount of $5 million in mid-2016. She has been able to amass this wealth being a former actress as well as by being an entrepreneur and owner of the boutique “Blue Tree”. Her successful journey in all of her careers has enabled her to lead her life as a multi-millionaire as of today.
Phoebe Cates Net Worth $5 million
New York Cityraised Phoebe is the daughter of former Broadway producer Joseph Cates. As a child, she attended Hewitt School and late the Professional Children’s School and then the Julliard School. Next, she earned a scholarship to the School of American Ballet. However, although she was a good dancer, a leg injury prevented Phoebe from pursuing a career as a ballet dancer, so at the age of 15, she initiated her career as a model, and appeared in several teen magazines such as Seventeen and Elle among others. She became very famous as a model, but was not really happy with her career choice, leading her to start acting.
Cates debuted in the movie “Paradise” when she was only 17 years old. She later became more popular as she worked in the movie “Fast Times At Ridgemont High” in which she played the role of Linda Barrett, alongside several famous actors including Sean Penn, Judge Reinhold, Jennifer Jason Leigh and others. She was also noted for her performance in the movie “Gremlins” in 1984, in which she portrayed the role of Kate Beringer, then in “Gremlins 2” movie in 1990. The comedy horror movies were a hit in the market, making Phoebe along with her co-stars Zach Galligan and Hoyt Axton famous in Hollywood. Until today, she has worked in almost 20 movies and television series. Being a part of these successful projects has obviously added to her riches over the years.
Phoebe left her career as an actress in 1994 to give time for her family. She returned to acting for a short while in 2001, and performed in the movie “The Anniversary Party” and then retired from acting permanently. In 2005, she opened a boutique on New York’s Madison Avenue named “Blue Tree”, and now enjoys life as the owner of this successful outlet.
Regarding her personal life, 52 years old Phoebe now leads a married life. She has been married to Academy award winning actor Kevin Kline since 1989, and is mother to their three children. Her daughter Greta Simone Kline is a famous musician who is better known by her stage name “Frankie Cosmos”. For now, Phoebe Cates enjoys her life as an entrepreneur and businesswoman, while her present net worth of $5 million caters to her and her family’s daily needs.
|Date Of Birth
|July 16, 1963
|Place Of Birth
|New York City, New York, United States
|Actor, Entrepreneur, Model
|Juilliard School, Professional Children's School, School of American Ballet
|Kevin Kline (m. 1989)
|Frankie Cosmos, Owen Kline
|Joseph Cates, Lily Cates
|Valerie Cates, Phillip Cates, Alexandra Cates
|Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Gremlins, Paradise, Private School, Drop Dead Fred, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, The Anniversary Party, Princess Caraboo, Shag, Date with an Angel, Bodies, Rest & Motion, Bright Lights, Big City, Baby Sister, Lace, Heart of Dixie, Celebrity Skin Part 1, Fast Times at Ridg...
|Lace, Lace II
|If the film, play or any project I'm involved in requires some sort of violence or nudity to advance the plot, scene or character in any way, then I would be considered unprofessional not to oblige. Of course, I want to make sure -- and I think I always have -- that the scenes are shot in good taste. I try to have some control; now that I know what I'm capable of including in a contract, I can continue that control. Nudity is not something I necessarily want to avoid and yet it's not the most fun thing in the world to do. It's part of the job as far as I'm concerned because you bare yourself emotionally and that's just as terrifying as baring yourself physically. It's all part of acting.
|In this business, if a girl wants a career, she has to be willing to strip. If you've got a good bod, then why not show it?
|"I was only 17 when I did my nude scenes in Paradise (1982). They were serious and more difficult because they were not easily justified. But the topless scene in Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) was funny, which made it easy".
|Kids today are much more independent than their parents were. We're really into getting jobs and we mature sexually much earlier than a generation ago. Or, at least, we are involved in sex earlier.
|Young people are more sophisticated today, thanks to magazines and movies and even porno cable television. As a New Yorker I think I've matured faster than other young people. I'm street smart.
|Opened a New York City boutique called Blue Tree. [October 2005]
|She is good friends with Celebrity Stylist / Television Personality David Evangelista.
|One of her first jobs at the age of 15 was being a plainclothes security person at Gallery Drug Store. She was given a basket and walked up and down the aisles pretending to shop whilst patrolling for shoplifters. She only ever caught one old woman stealing Band-Aids, but didn't turn her in.
|Appeared on the cover of Seventeen Magazine at the age of 15 with braces. It was her first big modeling job, so she told the magazine that she would have her braces taken off before she shot her cover, but they insisted that she keep them.
|Cousin of Gil Cates Jr..
|Phoebe sings the "theme song" for the movie Paradise (1982), which is heard during the ending credits.
|Met her future husband, Kevin Kline, when she auditioned for the part of Chloe in The Big Chill (1983), that eventually went to Meg Tilly.
|Although retired from making films, she has put her son Owen Kline into the movies, often showing up on the set to make sure he is behaving. He has appeared in The Anniversary Party (2001) and as a lead role in The Squid and the Whale (2005).
|She is good friends with actress Jennifer Jason Leigh. They met while filming Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982) together.
|Has a daughter, Greta Kline (b. 1994), and a son, Owen Kline (b. 1991).
|Sister-in-law of producer Kate Kline May.
|Named on Harper's Bazaar's list of America's 10 Most Beautiful Women 
|Cates's maternal grandfather was of Chinese descent, while both her father and her maternal grandmother were of Russian Jewish origin.
|According to Izumi Matsumoto, the creator of Kimagure Orenji Rôdo (1987) a popular manga series (Japanese comic) and animated TV-series. Ms Cates was the inspiration behind the beautiful character Ayukawa Madoka.
|Since her 'retirement' from films, she and her movie star husband, Kevin Kline, divide their time between their country estate in upstate New York and their luxury penthouse in Manhattan's tony upper east side. When not supporting her husband's continuing fine stage and film work, she fills her time attending openings and benefits and her favorite activity, hosting dinner parties and 'dishing the dirt' with her celebrity friends.
|Before turning to acting, she worked as a teen model in the pages of "Seventeen", etc.
|Has an older sister, Valerie Cates, and a younger sister, Alexandra Cates.
|The punk band "Fenix TX" wrote a song about her entitled "Phoebe Cates".
|In the movie Private School (1983), Cates sings two of the soundtrack songs: "Just One Touch" and "How Do I Let You Know".
|Cates was originally going to play the role of Annie Banks in the remake of Father of the Bride (1991) but became pregnant so she had to drop out. The role then went to Kimberly Williams-Paisley.
|Godmother was Jacqueline Susann.
|Niece of producer/director Gilbert Cates.
|Daughter of producer/director Joseph Cates.
|Kate Beringer (voice)
|The Anniversary Party
|Princess Caraboo / Mary Baker
|Bodies, Rest & Motion
|Drop Dead Fred
|Elizabeth 'Lizzie' Cronin
|Young Philosophy Student
|Gremlins 2: The New Batch
|I Love You to Death
|Joey's Girl at Disco (uncredited)
|Heart of Dixie
|Bright Lights, Big City
|Date with an Angel
|Fast Times at Ridgemont High
|performer: "How Do I Let You Know", "Just One Touch"
|performer: "Paradise Theme"
|The Squid and the Whale
|The 71st Annual Tony Awards
|The 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards
|TV Special documentary
|The 58th Annual Tony Awards
|Herself - Audience Member (uncredited)
|VH-1 Where Are They Now?
|TV Series documentary
|Scratch the Surface
|Late Show with David Letterman
|My Life's in Turnaround
|Late Night with David Letterman
|The 63rd Annual Academy Awards
|Married Is Better
|100 Greatest Teen Stars
|Retrosexual: The 80's
|TV Mini-Series documentary
|Sex at 24 Frames Per Second
|Celebrity Naked Ambition
|TV Movie documentary
|All-Star 25th Birthday: Stars and Street Forever!