Last Updated: November 3, 2023
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Net Worth:
$5 Million
Jul 30, 1984 (39 years old)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
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Gina Rodriguez is an American actress who has a net worth of $5 million. Gina Rodriguez is best known for starring on The CW series "Jane the Virgin," which aired 100 episodes over five seasons between 2014 and 2019. For her work on the show, she won a Golden Globe Award.

Gina Rodriguez's career post-"Jane the Virgin" has been marked by a mix of projects that span film, television, and voice acting, showcasing her range and dedication to diversifying her roles.

In film, Rodriguez took the lead role in the 2018 action thriller "Miss Bala," where she portrayed a woman who becomes entangled in the dangerous world of cross-border crime. She also voiced the character of Velma in the animated "Scooby-Doo" film "Scoob!" released in 2020, which brought a classic franchise to a new generation.

On television, Rodriguez embraced a role in the Disney+ series "Diary of a Future President" (2020), where she not only played the adult version of the main character in flash-forwards but also served as an executive producer. This series aligns with her dedication to supporting stories from diverse perspectives, particularly within the Latinx community.

Rodriguez has also been active in the realm of voice acting for animation. She voiced the character of Carmen Sandiego in the Netflix animated series "Carmen Sandiego," which began in 2019 and ran for four seasons. The series rebooted the iconic 1990s franchise and offered a fresh take on the globe-trotting thief, with Rodriguez's performance earning praise for adding depth and intrigue to the titular character.

Early Life

Gina Rodriguez was born on July 30, 1984 in Chicago, Illinois to Puerto Rican parents, Magali and Gino Rodriguez. Her father was a boxing referee and the family was Catholic. She grew up with her older brother and two sisters in the Belmont Cragin neighborhood on Chicago's Northwest Side. Rodriguez began dancing salsa from a young age and was generally interested in performing and theater. She went to high school at St. Ignatius College Prep. At the age of 16, she was among thirteen teenagers to be accepted into Columbia University's Theatrical Collaboration. She later attended NYU's Tisch School of the Arts and earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2005. She also trained for four years at the Atlantic Theater Company and Experimental Theatre Wing.


While still a student at NYU, Rodriguez made her screen debut appearing in an episode of "Law & Order" in 2004. She primarily worked in theatre once she finished her degree but started landing more film and television roles later in the decade. She appeared in a number of short films around this time like "Osvaldo's," "Little Spoon," and "Interstate," among others. She also appeared on episodes of "Jonny Zero," "Eleventh Hour," "10 Things I Hate About You," "Army Wives," and "Happy Endings."

In 2011, Rodriguez landed a recurring role on "The Bold and the Beautiful." She appeared in 15 total episodes. She also appeared in three episodes of "No Names" in 2012. In 2013, she appeared in an episode of "Longmire" and in an episode of "Rizzoli & Isles." The same year, she also appeared in the films "Enter the Dangerous Mind" and "Sleeping with the Fishes." The following year, she appeared in the short films "Since I Laid Eyes" and "C'est Jane."

In 2014, Rodriguez landed her most prominent role yet when she was cast in the title role of the series "Jane the Virgin." She remained on the popular show from 2014 to 2019, appearing in a total of 100 episodes. For her work on the show, she won a Golden Globe Award.

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While on "Jane the Virgin," Rodriguez appeared in the film "Sticky Notes." She later co-hosted the 2015 Teen Choice Awards with Ludacris and Josh Peck. In 2017, she voiced the character of Mary in the animated film "The Star" and then voiced the character of Una in Blue Sky Studios' Ferdinand a month later. She starred opposite Natalie Portman in "Annihilation," a science fiction film. In 2019, she began voicing the character of Carmen Sandiego in the Netflix animated series of the same name. That year, she also starred as the title character in the action thriller film "Miss Bala." The same year, it was announced that Rodriguez was cast in the science fiction film "Awake," which came out in 2021. She then voiced the character of Velma Dinkley in the film "Scoob!"

Rodriguez also has worked behind the scenes of television and film. She owns her own production company, I Can & I Will Productions. She has primarily worked on projects at CBS and The CW which centered around the Latino community. She served as a producer and starred in the 2019 Netflix romantic comedy film "Someone Great." She also served as the executive producer for the Disney+ show "Diary of a Future President." She played the title character as an adult. For the show's second season, she was nominated for the Children's and Family Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Performance.

Personal Life

In 2016, Rodriguez began dating actor and mixed martial arts fighter Joe LoCicero, whom she met on the set of "Jane the Virgin." They got engaged in August 2018 and were married On May 4, 2019. They welcomed a son in March 2023. The family lives in Los Angeles and also has a house in Oregon. Rodriguez has suffered from Hashimoto's disease, a thyroid condition, since the age of 19.

Rodriguez has devoted much of her life since becoming a celebrity to charity work. In March 2015, she was announced as a member of the board of directors of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, the largest non-profit organization in the U.S. that supports Hispanic American higher education. She has also worked with PACER, the Parent Advocacy Coalition for Educational Rights, and their National Bullying Prevention Center. Additionally, she has partnered with the lingerie company Naja, which focuses on employing women and producing garments in environmentally sustainable ways. In 2016, she was named to Oprah's "SuperSoul 100" list of visionaries and influential leaders.

Real Estate

In October 2019 Gina paid $2.4 million for a home in Los Angeles' Westchester neighborhood.

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