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Virginia Hey Wiki/Biography
Virginia Robyn Hey was born on 19 June 1952, in Sydney, Australia, and is an actress, best known for being part of the television series “Farscape” in which she played Pa’u Zotoh Zhaan. She was also cast in “Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior” playing the Warrior Woman. Virginia has been active in the industry since the 1980s, and all of her efforts have helped put her net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Virginia Hey? As of late-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $4 million, mostly earned through a successful career in acting. She has also appeared in various roles in television series, including “E Street” in which she played lawyer Jennifer St James. As she continues her career, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Virginia Hey Net Worth $4 million
At a young age, Virginia was actually discovered while waiting at a bus stop, and so started her career as a fashion model. This led her to appear on various magazine covers in both Australia and the UK, and her net worth started increasing. She soon transitioned to an acting career, starting with television advertisements, which opened up opportunities in television and film as well. She did a total of 57 advertisements before completely focusing on other endeavors. One of her best-known appearances early in her career was for the music video of “Video Killed the Radio Star” by The Buggles, the first music video to be broadcast on MTV, in 1981.
Hey’s next notable role would be in the film “Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior”, in which she played the Warrior Woman. The post-apocalypse film starred Mel Gibsen and focused on a community of settlers and the titular character who faces a band of marauders, constructed in a typical Western Frontier film style. Her net worth then increased further when she was cast in the James Bond film “The Living Daylights”, the 15th entry in the “James Bond” film series based on the Ian Fleming short story of the same name, and starring Timothy Dalton. Hey was then cast in the series “Farscape”, in which she played the alien priestess Zotoh Zhaan, and for her performance, she was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress. However, during the third season of the show, she left due to health concerns – the makeup was causing problems to her kidneys!
Virginia has since been cast in several soap operas, including “Prisoner (Cell Block H)”, “Neighbours”, “E Street”, and “Pacific Drive” in which she plays Margaux Hayes; most of these soap operas were a hit in Australia.
She also started her own company called White Flower Lie, which manufactures soaps and perfumes. Virginia also teaches meditation, and is certified in natural therapy.
For her personal life, it is known that Hey had a relationship with the late Michael Hutchence, but nothing is known about any current romantic relationship.
She currently resides in the UK and teaches meditation there. She also has her own personal website which promotes her therapy classes and products.
|Net Worth||$4 million|
|Date Of Birth||June 19, 1952|
|Place Of Birth||Sydney, Australia|
|Movies||Mad Max 2, Norman Loves Rose, Vietnam, The Living Daylights, Dolphin Cove, E Street, Signal One, Pacific Drive, Farscape, Alien Armageddon, Rick and Morty, Obsession: A Taste for Fear|
|1||2013 saw Miss Hey return to England after a 30 year absence. Miss Hey is now making soaps and perfume for her business, White Flower Lei, and is living in SW England. Virginia continues to audition, and travels extensively doing her tour of appearance dates each month throughout the UK.|
|2||Virginia is living in SW England and continuing her tour of Personal Appearances, having just returned from a Personal Appearance at SupaNova in Australia. [January 2014]|
|3||Received her "Alien Of Extraordinary Ability" USA work visa Jan 2003. She makes personal appearances all across the USA at Sci-Fi and popular culture events. Teaches meditation and is about to launch aromatherapy, beauty & home products and meditation CDs. [May 2004]|
|4||Moved to Los Angeles from Australia 8 weeks ago. [June 2009]|
|5||Has now relocated to the Fort Myers, Florida area and teaches meditation and continuing her business of aromatherapy, beauty & home products and meditation CDs. [January 2008]|
|6||London, England: On an Appearance tour of the UK that completes mid 2013. [December 2012]|
|7||Now living in Los Angeles and pursuing other acting offers. [December 2001]|
|8||Virginia is about to launch her high end brand, Virginia Hey Couture, which will debut with Vegan soy candles. [July 2010]|
|9||Appeared in the US in a well-known "Oil Of Olay" television commercial for 10 years in the 1980s, in which she played a schoolteacher who is mistaken by one of her former students as one of his own former classmates. She has appeared in 57 TV commercials in Australia and the UK.|
|10||Certified in natural therapies.|
|11||She left Farscape (1999) in February 2001. Her reason for leaving was that she had shaved her hair and eyebrows for 3 years for her role as "Zhaan", and wished to grow her hair back and regain her health due to the extensive prosthetic make-up upsetting her kidneys.|
|12||Was discovered by a modeling agent while waiting at a bus stop in Sydney. She was waiting to catch the bus to go to her art school class.|
|13||Former girlfriend of the late Michael Hutchence.|
|Dark Ascension||2017||pre-production||Ruth - Cottage Demon|
|Kosmos||2015||TV Mini-Series||Diana Lord|
|Rick and Morty||2014||TV Series||Gazorpian|
|Farscape||1999-2002||TV Series||Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan / Dr. Jane Komenski|
|Farscape: The Game||2002||Video Game||Zotoh Zhaan (voice)|
|Game Room||1999||Dr. Greta Davis|
|All Saints||1998||TV Series||Joanna Travers|
|Home and Away||1997||TV Series||Gillian|
|Roar||1997||TV Series||Queen Una|
|Pacific Drive||1996||TV Series||Margeaux Hayes|
|Bullet Down Under||1994||Toni|
|Paradise Beach||1993||TV Series||Val Sterling (1994)|
|Dolphin Cove||1989||TV Series||Alison Mitchell|
|E Street||1989||TV Series||Jennifer St James (1989-90)|
|Pathos - Segreta inquietudine||1988||Diane|
|Mission: Impossible||1988||TV Series||The Woman|
|The Living Daylights||1987||Rubavitch|
|Network 7||1987||TV Series||Chablis|
|Neighbours||1986||TV Series||Beth Travers|
|Mussolini: The Untold Story||1985||TV Mini-Series||Young Woman|
|Big Deal||1985||TV Series||Travel agent|
|Prisoner||1984||TV Series||Leigh Templar|
|The Return of Captain Invincible||1983||Beautician|
|Norman Loves Rose||1982||The Girlfriend|
|Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior||1981||Warrior Woman|
|Ckds at the Cons: Chippenham 2014||2014||Documentary||Herself|
|From the Mouths of Babes||2012||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Edición Especial Coleccionista||2011||TV Series||Warrior Woman|
|Farscape Undressed||2001||TV Movie documentary||Pa'u Zotoh Zhaan|
|2000||Saturn Award||Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA||Best Genre TV Supporting Actress||Farscape (1999)|