Taral Hicks Net Worth is
Taral Hicks Biography
Taral Hicks was born on the 21st September 1974, in The Bronx, New York City, USA, and is an actress and singer, best known for her roles in such movies as “A Bronx Tale” (1993), “Just Cause” (1995), “The Preacher’s Wife” (1996), and “Belly” (1998). Hicks’ career started in 1993.
Have you ever wondered how rich Taral Hicks is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Hicks’ net worth is as high as $500,000, an amount earned largely through her successful acting career, but in addition to which Hicks has also released a studio album, which improved her wealth too.
Taral Hicks Net Worth $500,000
Taral Hicks grew up in New York along with her older sister, actress and singer D’atra Hicks, and went to the Grace Dodge Vocational High School in The Bronx, from where she matriculated in 1993.
That same year, Hicks debuted in Robert De Niro’s movie “A Bronx Tale” alongside De Niro and Chazz Palminteri, while in 1995 she signed a record deal with Motown Records. Also in 1995, Taral appeared alongside Sean Connery, Laurence Fishburne and Kate Capshaw in “Just Cause”, while in 1996, she played in Penny Marshall’s Oscar Award-nominated “The Preacher’s Wife” starring Denzel Washington, Whitney Houston, and Courtney B. Vance. Her net worth was well established.
In 1997, Hicks released her debut studio album en titled “This Time”, but it failed to enter the Billboard chart, despite having successful singles such as “Ooh, Ooh Baby” (feat. Missy Elliott), “Distant Lover”, and “Silly”. She returned to the movies with parts in “SUBWAYStories: Tales from the Underground” (1997) and “Belly” (1998) with Nas and DMX.
Taral left Motown Records and decided not to record another album, while her acting career stagnated as well. However, she did appear in such movies as “The Salon” (2005) starring Vivica A. Fox, Darrin Dewitt Henson and Kym Whitley, while most recently Taral had a role in “Where Hearts Lie” (2016). At the moment, Hicks is working on “The Hills” with Lorenzo Abrams, Adolfo J. Bermudez and Valerie Bermudez, and it will be released late in 2017.
Regarding her personal life, Taral Hicks has been married to Loren Dawson since 2001, and has two sons with him; they now reside in North Jersey, where she also works as a teacher.
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|Full Name||Taral Hicks|
|Date Of Birth||September 21, 1974|
|Place Of Birth||The Bronx, New York, USA|
|Education||Teaneck High School|
|Siblings||D'atra Hicks, Miriam Hicks|
|Movies||Where Hearts Lie, The Salon, Forbidden Fruits, Belly, Subway Stories, Just Cause, A Bronx Tale, Ex$pendable|
|1||She is currently married to Loren Dawson, with whom she has a son, and lives in North Jersey where she is working as a teacher. [September 2009]|
|2||She and her husband, Loren Dawson, have a son.|
|3||She was managed by her mom for many years.|
|4||She, her siblings, her parents and her paternal grandparents are all Oneness Pentecostal and her late paternal grandfather used to pastor the Oneness Pentecostal facility where for many years her family were/are members. Her sisters D'Atra and Miriam were/are well known singers for the Oneness Pentecostal faith - which believes God is one and has related to humanity differently over the course of history as Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.|
|5||Has two films lined up for 2005/2006, "The Salon" with Vivica A. Fox, and "Forbidden Fruits" with Ella Joyce & Fredro Starr.|
|6||Beginning January 2006, will be apart of the "Soul Kittens Cabaret", which also includes singers Nicci Gillbert, Monifah, TonDalaya Gallant. Sara Stokes and Demetria McKinney.|
|7||Motown ended her recording contract shortly after President Harrell was fired by Motown due to the cost of him relocating their corporate headquarters from Los Angeles to New York City.|
|8||Was signed to Motown by its former president, Andre Harrell.|
|9||Taral recorded an album named "This Time" released in 1997 by Motown which is now out of print.|
|10||Her eldest sister, D'Atra Hicks recorded an album named "D'Atra Hicks" released in 1989 by Motown, which is now out of print.|
|11||Two of her 3 older sisters, D'Atra and Miriam Hicks were a well known gospel music duet who started in their Oneness Pentecostal church, for which their late grandfather was the pastor.|
|12||Her first appearance was in the broadway play "Mama I Want To Sing" in a singing role formerly performed by her oldest sister, actress/singer D'Atra Hicks several years earlier.|
|13||Is the baby sister of actress/singer D'Atra Hicks and gospel singer Miriam Hicks.|
|The Hills||2017||completed||Dr. Welker|
|The 1 Closest 2 U||2016||completed||Le-Le|
|A Sub in the Brick City||Short completed||Detective Tammy|
|Where Hearts Lie||2016||Shante Jackson|
|The Hilltop Barbershop||2014||Member of the church choir|
|Aunt Bam's Place||2012||Mona|
|Humenetomy||2007||Member of Gospel Choir|
|Forbidden Fruits||2006||Video||Nicole Walters|
|Soul Food||2003||TV Series||Naomi|
|100 Centre Street||2002||TV Series|
|Are You Cinderella?||2000||Short||Homeless Woman|
|SUBWAYStories: Tales from the Underground||1997||TV Movie||Woman with Flowers (segment "Sax Cantor Riff")|
|Educating Matt Waters||1996||TV Movie|
|The Preacher's Wife||1996||Teen|
|Just Cause||1995||Lena Brown|
|A Bronx Tale||1993||Jane|
|The Associate||1996||performer: "Yes We Can Can"|
|Soul Train||1997||TV Series documentary||Herself|