|Original Name||Amy Beth Pascal|
|Amy Pascal Net Worth||$10,000,000|
|Husband||Bernard Weintraub (1997)|
|Properties||Car , House|
Amy Pascal is a popular business executive with net worth of $10 millions. Her annual salary is estimated to reach $3 millions, which accumulates to increase her total net worth.
Amy Pascal is also a film producer, which is an other part of her career made her popular in the film industry. She as a film producer added more to her net worth, becoming one of the top millionaires in the industry.
Most of the films she produced became a great hit, while making her popular with many new opportunities.
From the year 2006 to till date, Amy Pascal is working as the Chairperson of Motion Pictures Group of Sony Pictures Entertainments. She is also the Co-Chairperson of Sony Pictures Television.
Born in 1958, Amy Pascal was also engaged at Columbia Pictures getting her fully involved in the production and marketing activities
Crystal Award was given to her in 2001 by Women in Film, for her outstanding performance and excellence in work. This recognition made her to expand her role and contribution in the entertainment industry. In this list of 15th annual 100 Women in Entertainment Power, she was in number one. She was also ranked as the most powerful women in the world in 2009 by Forbes.
Born in Los Angeles, California, Amy Pascal graduated from UCLA. She started her career as a bookkeeper, later became the secretary for Tony Garnett, a popular producer at Kestrel Films.
She also grew in her career as the Vice President of the 20th Century Fox production in 1987. Later joined Columbia Pictures in 1988, during which she produced movies like A League of Their Own and Groundhog Dog. She also produced Little Women.
Amy Pascal was then joined Turner Pictures as the President of Production in 1996. Her growth did not stop with this, whereas she became the Co-Chairman of Sony Pictures Entertainment in 2006. During this period, she produced many hit and popular movies, Te Da Vinci Code and Money Ball. She also produced American Hustle, Captain Philips and Zero Dark Thirty.
In 2013 Amy Pascal was elected to Board of Governors of Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.