• Sofia Bella Pagan is a 17-year-old celebrity child of famous actors Angelo Pagan and Leah Remini.
• Her net worth is unknown, but her parents have a combined net worth of over $50 million.
• She holds American nationality, is of American, Austrian-Jewish, Italian and Puerto Rican descent, and is a Christian.
• Her father, Angelo Pagan, is an actor, singer and executive producer, while her mother, Leah Remini, is an actress, producer and host.
• Leah Remini was raised as a Scientologist and left the organization in 201• She has since written a book about her experiences and has produced and hosted documentaries about Scientology.
- 1 Who is Sofia Bella Pagan?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Sofia Bella Pagan Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
- 4 Personal Life and Appearance
- 5 Who is her father? Angelo Pagan Short Wiki/Bio
- 6 Who is her mother? Leah Remini Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Sofia Bella Pagan?
Sofia Bella Pagan was born on 16 June 2004 under the zodiac sign of Gemini, in Los Angeles, California USA. She is a 17-year-old celebrity child, best recognized for being the daughter of famous actors Angelo Pagan and Leah Remini.
How rich is she, as of now? Sofia Bella Pagan Net Worth
Sofia Bella Pagan’s net worth is unavailable at the moment since her professional career is yet to come. She still enjoys the fortune of her famous parents, who as of early 2022 have a combined net worth estimated at over $50 million.
Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background
Sofia Bella Pagan spent her early years in her hometown of Los Angeles, where she was raised by her celebrity parents; they met at a Cuban restaurant in 1996.
After dating for a while, the two became engaged in December 2002, and eventually tied the knot on 19 July 2003 – their wedding was documented in the VH-1 special “Inside Out: Leah Remini’s Wedding Special”. It was followed up by another special dedicated to the birth of Sofia, and entitled “Inside Out: Leah Remini’s Baby Special”. Sofia is their only child, but she has three elder half-brothers from her father’s previous marriages, named Angelo Jr., Alex and Nicholas Pagan. She holds American nationality, belongs to a mixed ethnic group, being of American, Austrian-Jewish, Italian and Puerto Rican descent, and is a Christian. There is no information regarding her educational background.
Personal Life and Appearance
Sofia Bella Pagan is apparently still too young to be romantically involved, probably focused on her education at the moment. Regarding her appearance, Sofia has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. Information about her height, weight, vital statistics, bra and shoe size isn’t available.
Who is her father? Angelo Pagan Short Wiki/Bio
Angelo Pagan was born in Puerto Rico, on 16 May 1968 under the zodiac sign of Taurus. Little is known about his early life, family, and education, except that he moved to Hollywood during his college years. His career started in 1989, when he made his debut TV appearance as Luis in an episode of the NBC drama series “Midnight Caller”, while his feature film debut came in 1998, when he played a Cuban mailman in the romantic musical film “Dance With Me”.
His breakthrough was in the CBS sitcom “The King Of Queens”, in which he portrayed several characters from 1999 to 2006. At the time, he also starred as Torres in the 2001 action thriller film “Swordfish”, next to John Travolta, Hugh Jackman and Halle Berry. It was followed by his portrayal of Toro in the 2007 action thriller film “Sister’s Keeper”. In 2011, he took the recurring role of Mikey in the TNT medical drama series “Hawthorne”, and then played Rick in the 2016 drama film “Restored Me”, and featured as Rey in the 2017 comedy film “Garlic & Gunpowder”. Most recently, he played Bobby in the 2020 romantic film “Stan The Man”, and starred as Wayne in the 2021 sports drama film “7th & Union”, for which he also served as an executive producer.
Apart from being an actor, Angelo Pagan is a singer, so far releasing only one solo LP, entitled “Don’t Be Afraid”.
Who is her mother? Leah Remini Short Wiki/Bio
Leah Marie Remini was born on 15 June 1970 under the zodiac sign of Gemini, in New York City USA. She was raised in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn by parents George Remini who was the owner of an asbestos removal company, and Vicki Marshall who worked as a teacher. She has an elder sister named Nicole, and four half-sisters named Elizabeth, Stephanie, Christine and Shannon. Regarding her education, she dropped out of school at the age of 14 to pursue her career as an actress.
Rise to Prominence
One of Leah Remini’s first TV roles was her portrayal of Charlie Briscoe in the highly popular ABC sitcom “Who’s The Boss?” (1989), which led her to reprise the role in its spin-off series “Living Dolls”, in which she shared the screen with Halle Berry, also in the same year. Her next major appearance came in 1991 when she landed the main role of Tina Bavasso in the short-lived ABC sitcom “The Man In The Family”, and played Stacey Carosi in the NBC sitcom “Saved By The Bell”. It was followed by her appearance as Daisy in the CBS sitcom “Evening Shade” in 1993, then from 1994 to 1996, Leah provided her voice to Carbine in the sci-fi action animated series “Biker Mice From Mars”, and Sagan Cruz in the action crime animated series “Phantom 2040”, both broadcast in syndication.
Concurrently, she also featured as Dominique Costellano in The WB sitcom “First Time Out” in 1995, and during the same year made her debut feature film appearance as Theresa in the comedy film “Glory Daze”, next to Ben Affleck and Sam Rockwell.
From 1997 to 1998, Leah Remini took the main part of Terry Reynolds in the TV sitcom “Fired Up”, which aired on NBC for two seasons. Following the end of the series, she went on to join the main cast of the CBS sitcom “The King Of Queens”, in which she starred as Carrie Heffernan for nine seasons from 1998 to 2007, appearing in more than 200 episodes. During this time, in 2003 she featured as Lara Campbell in the comedy film “Old School”, alongside Will Ferrell, Vince Vaughn and Luke Wilson.
Thereafter, she played Kim in the short-lived ABC sitcom “In The Motherhood” (2007-2008), sharing the screen with Jenny McCarthy and Chelsea Handler, followed by her portrayal of Terry Baumgardner in the ABC sitcom “Family Tools” in 2013.
Afterwards, Leah Remini was chosen to play Nicki Gardner in the TV Land comedy series “The Exes” from 2014 until it was canceled in 2015. At the same time, she also produced and starred in her own reality show – “Leah Remini: It’s All Relative” – aired on TLC. She then took the role of Cheyenne in the comedy film “Mad Families”, opposite Charlie Sheen, and featured as Esta in the comedy-mystery film “Handsome”, both released in 2017, followed by her collaboration with Kevin James in the final season of his own sitcom, entitled “Kevin Can Wait” (2017-2018), in which she landed the role of Vanessa Cellucci.
In 2018, she shared the screen with Jennifer Lopez in Peter Segal’s commercially successful romantic comedy film “Second Act”, portraying Joan. Most recently, she started hosting Game Show Network’s “People Puzzler” (2021).
Religion and Scientology
Although Leah Remini was baptized Roman Catholic, her mother joined the Church of Scientology when she was eight years old, so she was raised as a Scientologist. At the age of 13, she and her sister Nicole joined Scientology’s Paramilitary organization called the Sea Organization, where they were forced to sign billion-year contracts and to work around the clock. Within a year, they were taken out of the organization by their mother, after which they moved to Los Angeles, California.
She and her sister then spent the rest of their teenage years working regular jobs to pay off their debt to the church, eventually leaving the organization in 2013.
Two years later, she published a book, entitled “Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood And Scientology”, which achieved success and topped The New York Times Best Sellers List. From 2016 to 2019, she co-produced and hosted the A&E network documentary series “Leah Remini: Scientology And The Aftermath”, which earned her two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Hosted Non-fiction Series or Special. Since 2020, she’s been co-hosting the podcast “Scientology: Fair Game”, with Mike Rinder.