Facts of Patricia Heaton
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||62 years old|
|Family Name :||Heaton|
|Birth Country :||United States|
|Birth Sign :||Pisces|
|Height :||5 Feet 2 Inch|
|Birth Name||Patricia Helen Heaton|
|Birth Place/City||Bay Village, Ohio, U.S.|
|Net Worth||$40 Million USD|
|Body Measurements||36C-28-35 (Bust-Waist-Hip)|
|Weight in KG||57 kg|
|Breast Size||36 in|
|Waist size||28 in|
|Hip Size||35 in|
|Married to||David Hunt (m. 1990)|
|Children||Joseph Charles Hunt, John Basil Hunt, Daniel Patrick Hunt, Samuel David Hunt|
|Education||Ohio State University|
|Awards||Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series|
|TV Show||Everybody Loves Raymond|
|Sisters||Sharon Heaton,Frances Heaton|
She is an American actress and a producer who is known for her performance in the CNS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond, ABC sitcom The Middle,etc. She is the winner of two Prime time Emmy Awards. She was born to parents, mother, Patricia Hurd and father, Chuck Heaton, who is a sportswriter. She went to Ohio State University where she graduated B.A in drama. She made her first debut in Broadway in 1987 and made her debut in acting in 1989 from the drama series thirty something.
She is a married woman. She has four children from her husband whom she loves very much. She has been married once before but her previous marital life was not successful. She has no children from her previous marriage. There are no record of her past affair. She is living happily in her life. She wants her fans to respect her privacy. She avoids talking about her personal life in public.
Patricia Heaton was born Patricia Helen Heaton on March 4, 1958 in Bay Village, Ohio. She is the fourth of five children to Patricia (née Hurd) and Chuck Heaton, who was a sportswriter for The Plain Dealer. She lost her mother when she was 12 because of an aneurysm.
Heaton was raised as a devout Catholic along with her sisters, Sharon Heaton, Alice Heaton, and Frances Heaton, and a brother, Michael Heaton, who is the "Minister of Culture" columnist for The Plain Dealer and a writer for the paper's Friday Magazine.
Heaton attended Ohio State University and and graduated with B.A, in drama. She became a sister of Delta Gamma Sorority. In 1980, Heaton moved to New York City to study with drama teacher William Esper.