Parker Posey Bio, Age, Family, Husband, Net Worth, Partner, Children, Movies, TV Shows

Parker Posey Biography

Parker Posey is an actress and musician from the United States. She frequently collaborates with Christopher Guest and has appeared in several of his parodies, including Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, A Mighty Wind, For Your Consideration, and Mascots. Posey has two Independent Spirit Award nominations, a Golden Globe Award nomination, and a Satellite Award nomination.


How old is Parker Posey? – Age

She is 53 years old as of 8 November 2021. She was born in 1968 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Her real name Parker Christian Posey.

Parker Posey Family

Posey was born to chef Lynda (née Patton) and car dealership owner Chris Posey. Christopher is her twin brother. Posey’s family lived in Monroe, Louisiana, for 11 years after her birth. Later, the family relocated to Laurel, Mississippi, where her mother worked as a chef and culinary instructor for the Viking Range Corporation in Greenwood and her father ran a car dealership. Posey was raised a devout Catholic.

Does Parker Posey have Children? – Partner

She is not married and has not revealed her relationship status to the public.

How rich is Parker Posey? – Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $5 Million.

Parker Posey The Staircase

She appeared as Freda Black, a Durham county prosecutor in the American true crime streaming television miniseries The Staircase. After his wife Kathleen is discovered dead at the bottom of a staircase in their home, Michael Peterson, a crime novelist, is accused of bludgeoning her to death. The family is thrust into a tumultuous legal battle as the investigation continues. Meanwhile, a French documentary crew becomes interested in the story.

Parker Posey Lost in Space

She appeared as June Harris / Zoe Smith, a petty criminal who assumes the identity of her sister, Jessica, to take her place on the Resolute in the American science fiction streaming television series Lost in Space. She then steals and alters Dr. Zachary Smith’s credentials during the first attack to become “Dr. Zoe Smith” and take his seat on an evacuating Jupiter ship. The theft of the doctor’s identity is a reference to the original television series’ corresponding character, Dr. Smith.

Parker Posey Granite Flats

She guest starred as Alice White, the aunt of Arthur Milligan in the American television series Granite Flats. Alice has recently been released from prison after serving a ten-year sentence for murder. She has visions that occasionally come true. Will Robinson’s connection to an alien robot and an alien engine is central to the plot. Except for the fact that they are extinct, the creators of the robots are largely unknown. The army is led by a robot known as “SAR” (Second Alien Robot).

Parker Posey The Return of Jezebel James

She appeared as Sarah Tompkins in the American sitcom television series The Return of Jezebel James. When Sarah discovers she is unable to conceive a child, she turns to her estranged and free-spirited younger sister, Coco. Sarah is adamant about signing a 15-year-old child prodigy and acquiring the publishing rights to his new book. Meanwhile, Sarah accompany Coco to her first gynecologist appointment in a long time. Sarah is throwing a party to celebrate the release of one of her most successful authors’ new book. Coco realizes she may not be okay with an old friend’s plans when he comes to town for a quick fling. Is Sarah willing to tarnish her parents’ idealized image of her in order to divert attention away from Coco?

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Parker Posey Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay

She appeared as Jinger Heath in the 2002 American-Canadian made-for-television biographical comedy-drama film Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay. Mary Kay Ash, the cosmetics queen and businesswoman, is the subject of a biopic. Annika Kern, a curious reporter, asks her about her rise to fame. Jinger Heath, who is much younger, poses a threat to her powerful position. Her BeautiControl company eats away at Mary Kay’s business. Lexi Wilcox, a slightly off-center beauty, steps into the middle of their feud.

Parker Posey Memoir

Parker Posey’s first book is You’re on an Airplane: A Self-Mythologizing Memoir. The book, which is based on the idea that the reader is sitting next to Posey on an airplane, combines personal anecdotes from her career, random observations, life stories, and homemade photo collages. The book was well-received by critics. “Excellent…a celebration of peculiarity,” wrote Vogue. The memoir is “a humour-packed, irreverent, eccentric book packed with personal stories, whimsical how-tos and recipes, as well as collages made by her,” according to Elle magazine. “Posey is a natural storyteller; performing, in any way really, is mostly about sharing stories,” wrote Esquire. And she’s collected some good ones for her memoir, which also perfectly captures the delightful weirdo you assume she is just by watching her play different characters on screen.”

Parker Posey Movies

♦ 2023 – Disappointment Blvd.
♦ 2019 – Elsewhere
♦ 2018 – The Con Is On
♦ 2017 – Columbus
♦ 2016 – Café Society
♦ 2016 – The Architect
♦ 2016 – Mascots
♦ 2015 – Irrational Man
♦ 2014 – Grace of Monaco –
♦ 2014 – Ned Rifle
♦ 2013 – Highland Park
♦ 2013 – Hair Brained
♦ 2013 – And Now a Word From Our Sponsor –
♦ 2012 – Price Check
♦ 2011 – Inside Out
♦ 2011 – The Love Guide

Parker Posey TV Shows

♦ 2022 – The Staircase
♦ 2022 – Tales of the Walking Dead
♦ 2020 – High Fidelity
♦ 2018–2021 – Lost in Space
♦ 2018 – Robot Chicken
♦ 2016 – Skylanders Academy
♦ 2016 – Search Party
♦ 2015 – Portlandia
♦ 2015 – Granite Flats
♦ 2015 – Drunk History
♦ 2014 – Inside Amy Schumer
♦ 2012 – Hemingway & Gellhorn
♦ 2012 – Louie
♦ 2012 – New Girl
♦ 2011 – Parks and Recreation