Who is Ruby Guest?

Ruby Guest was born as Thomas Guest on 15 March 1996 under the zodiac sign of Pisces in California USA. He is a 25-year-old video gaming editor and producer but is probably best recognized for being the daughter of famous actress Jamie Lee Curtis and comedy director Christopher Guest, also for her much publicized transgender situation.

How rich is he, as of now? Ruby Guest Net Worth

As of late-2021, Ruby Guest’s net worth is estimated at close to $1 million, earned through her entrepreneurial career. Moreover, it is assumed that she also enjoys support through the impressive wealth of her famous mother, Jamie Lee Curtis, whose fortune is estimated at over $60 million.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education, Career

Ruby Guest spent her early years in Pacific Palisades, California, where she was raised by her famous parents Christopher Guest and Jamie Lee Curtis who had adopted her – her biological parents are unknown. She has an elder adoptive sister named Annie, who works as a dance instructor. She holds American nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group. Regarding her schooling, she completed her education at a local private school.

When it comes to her professional career, little is known about that except that she works as a video gaming editor and producer. Most recently, she served as an associate producer for two episodes of the short TV series “The Completionist” (2021).

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Ruby Guest has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 7ins (1.70m), while her weight is around 143lbs (65kgs). Information about her dress, bra and shoe size isn’t available.

Personal Life

Ruby Guest isn’t very open when it comes to speak about her personal life and tends to keep details about it away from the eye of the public. Nonetheless, it’s known that she came out as bisexual in her teens, later as transgender and subsequently transitioned to female. Speaking about her relationship status, she has a fiancé named Tom, and have planned to exchange their wedding vows in 2022.

Who is her mother? Jamie Lee Curtis Short Wiki/Bio

Jamie Lee Curtis was born on 22 November 1958, under the zodiac sign of Sagittarius in Santa Monica, California USA. She hails from a famous family, since she’s the daughter of Hollywood stars Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh, and her elder sister is former actress Kelly Curtis. Her parents divorced when she was four years old, so she was raised by her mother and stepfather Robert Brandt. She has two younger half-sisters, Alexandra Curtis and actress Allegra Curtis, from her father’s marriage to actress Christine Kaufmann. She also has two younger half-brothers, named Benjamin and Nicholas Bernard Curtis, from her father’s next remarriage.

Regarding her education, she went to Harvard-Westlake School and Beverly Hills High School, and eventually matriculated from Choate Rosemary Hall in 1976. She then enrolled in the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California to study Law, but dropped out after one semester to launch her acting career.

Rise to Prominence

Jamie Lee Curtis made her debut TV appearance as a girl in dressing room in an episode of the NBC mystery medical drama series “Quincy, M.E.” (1977), after which she won the role of Lt. Barbara Duran in the short-lived ABC sitcom “Operation Petticoat”, aired from 1977 to 1978. Her debut feature film appearance was in John Carpenter’s 1978 independent slasher film “Halloween”, in which she starred as Laurie Strode.

The film was a huge box office success that spawned eleven sequels, and she reprised the role in six – “Halloween II” (1981), “Halloween III: Season Of The Witch” (1982), in which she had an uncredited voice role, “Halloween H20: 20 Years Later” (1998), “Halloween: Resurrection” (2002), “Halloween” (2018), and “Halloween Kills” (2021).

Concurrently with the “Halloween” franchise, Jamie continued to work on other projects. In 1980, she took the lead roles of Elizabeth Solley in the supernatural horror film “The Fog”, also directed by Carpenter, and Kimberly Hammond in the slasher film “Prom Night”, which earned her a Genie Award nomination for Best Performance by a Foreign Actress.

It was followed by her portrayals of Hitch in the cult thriller film “Road Games”, directed by Richard Franklin, and Dorothy Stratten in the NBC biographical drama film “Death Of A Centerfold: The Dorothy Stratten Story”, both released in 1981. She then won a BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her performance as Ophelia in the 1983 comedy film “Trading Places”.

Continued Success

In 1985, Jamie Lee shared the screen with John Travolta in the romantic drama film “Perfect”, in which she played Jessie. Her next major success came when she took the title role in the Academy Award-nominated heist comedy film “A Fish Called Wanda” (1988) co-starring Kevin Kline and Michael Palin, which later became a cult classic and earned her a BAFTA Award for Best Actress. Thereafter, she joined the main cast of the ABC sitcom “Anything But Love”, in which she featured as Hannah Miller for four seasons from 1989 until its finale in 1992.

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For her portrayal, she won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical and a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Female Performer in a New Television Series.

Always in demand and staying busy, she also featured as Megan Turner in the action thriller film “Blue Steel” (1990) and as Claire Cooper in the sci-fi romantic drama film “Forever Young” (1992), next to Mel Gibson and Elijah Wood. It was followed by her portrayals of Helen in the 1994 action comedy film “True Lies”, which earned her a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical, and Heidi Holland in the 1995 TNT adaptation of the play “The Heidi Chronicles”.

Three years later, she received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie for her performance as Maggie Green in the CBS drama film “Nicholas’ Gift”, directed by Robert Markowitz.

She ended the decade with appearances in such roles as Kit Foster in John Bruno’s sci-fi horror film “Virus” (1999) and Rona in the crime comedy film “Drowning Mona” (2000), opposite Danny DeVito.

Further Work

In 2001, Jamie Lee Curtis landed the role of Louisa in the spy thriller film “The Tailor Of Panama”, which was followed by her portrayals of Tess Coleman in the 2003 fantasy comedy film “Freaky Friday”, alongside Lindsay Lohan, and Nora Krank in the 2004 comedy film “Christmas With The Kranks”, which later gained a cult following.

She then went on hiatus to concentrate on her family, but eventually returned to screen as Aunt Viv in the 2008 live-action-animated film “Beverly Hills Chihuahua”, after which she played Gail in the 2010 comedy film “You Again”, next to Kristen Bell.

The following year, she did voice-overs in two animated films “The Little Engine That Could” and “From Up On Poppy Hill”. In 2012, she was cast as Dr. Samantha Ryan in the CBS police procedural series “NCIS”.

From 2012 to 2018, Jamie landed the recurring role of Joan Day in the Fox sitcom “New Girl”. While filming it, she also played Gayle Buckley in the 2014 neo-noir mystery film “Veronica Mars”, produced and directed by Rob Thomas, and featured as Ms. Karen Lowry in the 2015 drama film “Spare Parts”. It was followed by her appearance as Dean Cathy Munsch in the Fox horror-comedy series “Scream Queens” (2015-2016). Afterwards, she had such parts as Linda Drysdale in the critically acclaimed mystery film “Knives Out” (2019), and Jamie in the comedy film “Senior Entourage” (2021).

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Talking about her upcoming projects, it’s announced that she will appear in such film titles as “Everything Everywhere All At Once”, “Borderlands”, and “Spychosis”.

Other Projects

Apart from being an actress, Jamie Lee Curtis is the author of numerous children’s books in a collaboration with Laura Cornell, including “Today I Feel Silly, And Other Moods That Make My Day” (1998), which was listed on the New York Times best-seller list, “It’s Hard To Be Five: Learning How To Work My Control Panel” (2004), and “This Is Me: A Story Of Who We Are And Where We Came From” (2016), to name a few.

She is also a blogger for “The Huffington Post” online newspaper. In 1987, she invented a diaper with a special moisture-proof pocket with wipes, but refused to market it until companies started producing biodegradable diapers.

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