Patricia Heaton Bio
Patricia Heaton born Patricia Helen Heaton, is an American actress and model. She was born on March 4, 1958 in Bay Village, Ohio, to Patricia and Chuck Heaton. Heaton has three sisters, Sharon, Alice, and Frances, and one brother, Michael. Patricia Heaton is best known for her role as Debra Barone on the award-winning series Everybody Loves Raymond” She won two Emmy Awards for the role and was nominated seven times.
Patricia Heaton Age
She was born on March 4, 1958.
Patricia Heaton Height
Patricia stands at a height of 5 ft 2 inch (158 cm).
Patricia Heaton Measurements
Bra size : 34D
Height : 5’2″ (158 cm)
Weight : 132 lbs (60 kg)
Waist: 28″ (71 cm)
Chest: 37″ (94 cm)
Hips: 35″ (89 cm)
Dress size : 8
Shoe/Feet : 8
Patricia Heaton Husband
Heaton has been married to British actor David Hunt since 1990.
Patricia Heaton Children – Patricia Heaton Sons – Patricia Heaton Family
Patricia Heaton and husband David Hunt have four sons: Joseph Charles Hunt, John Basil Hunt, Daniel Patrick Hunt, and Samuel David Hunt.
Patricia Heaton Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $40 million.
Patricia Heaton Career
In addition to her Emmy wins, Heaton is also the recipient of the Best Comedy Actress Award from the Viewers for Quality Television, a SAG Award and three SAG nominations in the Best Actress category for her work on “Raymond.”
Heaton also starred on the Emmy Award-winning Food Network series Patricia Heaton Parties. Drawing inspiration from her family and travels, Patty invites the audience in and serves up incredible party-friendly foods for her co-stars, friends and family.
Heaton starred opposite Kelsey Grammer in the critically acclaimed comedy series Back to You. She also starred in the Hallmark Hall of Fame film Front of the Class. Her other television credits include a recurring role on ABC’s popular series thirtysomething and prominent roles in the series Room for Two, Someone Like Me and Women of the House, as well as the television films A Town Without Christmas and Miracle in the Woods.
On stage Heaton garnered praise for the role of Stella in the Second Stage production of The Scene, a play by Theresa Rebeck. She received a Lortel Award nomination for her performance.
Heaton will next be in Sony’s animated feature The Star, a retelling of the Christmas story through the eyes of the animals, opening November 10th. Heaton plays Edith, The Cow, alongside voice talent including Oprah Winfrey, Kristen Chenowith, Christopher Plummer and Tyler Perry. She produced and starred in the feature film Mom’s Night Out, which was released in 2014 by Sony’s Affirm, as well as the TNT/FourBoys Films production The Engagement Ring. She also starred in the TNT/Neil Simon production of The Goodbye Girl and ABC’s The Path to 9/11. Additional feature film credits include Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Beethoven, New Age and Space Jam.
In addition to her acting and producing credits, Heaton is a bestselling author whose book, Motherhood and Hollywood – How to Get a Job Like Mine, made the New York Times Bestseller list.
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A committed philanthropist, Heaton is the founding member of World Vision’s Celebrity Ambassador Network. She has travelled to both Zambia and Syria with the humanitarian organization which focuses on conducting relief, development and advocacy activities in its work with children, families and their communities in nearly 100 countries.
In 2001 Heaton co-founded FourBoys Films, a production company which she runs with her husband, David Hunt. Most recently, FourBoys produced the feature comedy Mom’s Night Out, which starred both Heaton and Hunt and was released by Sony’s Affirm. Additional FourBoys’ productions include The Engagement Ring for TNT, the documentary feature The Bituminous Coal Queens of Pennsylvania and the acclaimed film Amazing Grace, directed by Michael Apted, in conjunction with Bristol Bay Productions. FourBoys also partnered with MyDamnChannel.com on the web series “Versailles,” which featured Heaton as eccentric B-movie star Evelyn Ander.
She was honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on May 22, 2012.
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Patricia Heaton Parties
Patricia Heaton Parties is an American cooking television series that aired on Food Network hosted by Patricia Heaton. The show is about how to prepare different recipes for themed parties.
Season 1 (2015)
1 “Heaton Up Halloween” October 24, 2015
2 “Beauties and the Bites” October 31, 2015
3 “Tailgate Temptations” November 7, 2015
4 “Comfort Food Favorites” November 14, 2015
5 “Silver Anniversary Surprise” November 28, 2015
6 “Family Circus” December 5, 2015
Season 2 (2016)
1 “1970s Throwback” June 11, 2016
2 “Steakhouse Snacks” June 18, 2016
3 “Movie Night Memories” June 25, 2016
4 “Americana Barbecue” July 2, 2016
5 “Staycation” July 9, 2016
6 “Camp Patty” July 16, 2016
7 “Bubbly Birthday Brunch” July 23, 2016
8 “Luau Party” July 30, 2016
9 “Patty Pampers” August 6, 2016
10 “Reunion Cast Party” August 13, 2016
Patricia Heaton Wig
Heaton always wears a wig on the show The Middle. She said that she Wears a ‘$5000 Wig.
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Patricia Heaton Movies and TV Shows
Patricia Heaton Movies
- The Star (2017)
- Moms’ Night Out (2014)
- Amazing Grace (2007)
- Space Jam (1996)
- The New Age (1994)
- Memoirs of an Invisible Man (1992)
- Beethoven (1992)
Patricia Heaton TV Shows
- 2015–present – Patricia Heaton Parties
- 2011 – Easy to Assemble
- 2009–present – The Middle
- 2008 – Front of the Class
- 2007–2008 – Back to You
- 2006 – Untitled Patricia Heaton Project
- 2006 – The Path to 9/11
- 2005 – The Engagement Ring
- 2004 – The Goodbye Girl
- 2004 – Danny Phantom
- 2001 – A Town Without Christmas
- 1999 – The King of Queens
- 1997 – Miracle in the Woods
- 1996–2005 – Everybody Loves Raymond
- 1996 – Party of Five
- 1995 – Women of the House
- 1994 – Someone Like Me
- 1992–1993 – Room for Two
- 1991 – DEA
- 1990 – Shattered Dreams
- 1990 – Matlock
- 1989–1991 – Thirtysomething
- 1989 – Alien Nation
Patricia Heaton News
The Middle’s Patricia Heaton Opens Up About Cosmetic Surgery
Updated: May 16, 2018
In this week’s issue (on stands Friday), The Middle star opens up about her history of cosmetic surgery, what made her choose that route, and how it affected her mentally, emotionally and physically.
“I think there’s good plastic surgery and bad plastic surgery,” Heaton, 60, tells PEOPLE. “I had four C-sections. I gained 50 lbs. with every kid and I’m 5’2″. Wasn’t pretty. It just does something to your body.”
Heaton, who has also had a breast augmentation, adds, “I was really in the prime of my career when that was all going on, so it just felt better and made me more confident to reconstruct my stomach, take care of all that stuff.”
While Heaton, who has four sons with husband David Hunt, just celebrated her 60th birthday in March and admits that ‘age is just number,’ she says nothing will slow her down from being and feeling her best.
“I also love beauty products and I love fillers and Botox, if you do it so that you still look like yourself, you just look like your best self,” says the actress, who is currently exploring an all-plant based diet and works out weekly. “We’ve all seen people who have gone way over the top with that stuff. Obviously, that’s not what you want to look like. I think in our industry in particular, any actress who has had too much work done stops working because you start looking kind of strange, and the camera really picks up stuff.”
She adds, “I think we’re just in this great time where we have all these incredible scientific advances for your health and for the way you look. I think, if you use them in the right way, it’s a beautiful thing. I’m so happy to be able to take advantage of it.”