Who is Georgia Tatum Connick?

Georgia Tatum Connick was born on 17 April 1996 under the zodiac sign of Aries, in New Canaan, Connecticut USA. She’s a 27-year-old photographer, cinematographer, video editor, entrepreneur, and fashion model, but is probably best recognized for being the oldest daughter of renowned musician and actor Harry Connick Jr.

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How rich is she? Georgia Tatum Connick’s Net Worth

As of the early part of 2024, Georgia’s net worth is estimated at over $1 million, acquired through her successful engagements in the entertainment and film industries, as her diverse portfolio includes various projects in film and photography. Additionally, she contributes to her wealth through her part-time job as a fashion model. Beyond her individual endeavors, she likely still benefits from her father’s impressive wealth, which now exceeds $50 million.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion

Georgia spent her early years divided between New Canaan, Connecticut, and New Orleans, Louisiana. She comes from a well-known family, being the daughter of Harry Connick Jr. and his wife, Jill Goodacre, a former Victoria’s Secret model. Her parents met in 1990 and exchanged their wedding vows on 16 April, four years later. They welcomed three daughters together with Georgia being the eldest – her younger sisters are Sarah Kate, born in 1997, and Charlotte, born in 2002.

Georgia holds American nationality and belongs to the White Caucasian ethnic group. In terms of religion, she was raised in a Roman Catholic family, so she declares her affiliation with the Christian faith.

Educational Background

Speaking about her educational background, Georgia attended New Canaan High School, where she was actively involved in an advanced lacrosse team as a center forward. Upon matriculation in 2015, she initially enrolled into Tulane University but decided to transfer after a year, to the prestigious New York University’s Tisch School of The Arts, where she studied Film. In February 2023, Georgia started pursuing her Master of Arts degree in Cinematography and Film/Video Production at the Australian Film Television and Radio School.

Professional Career

Georgia developed her love for film and photography during her high school years. Her film class teacher recognized her talent, submitting her final high school project to the 2013 Vermont International Film Festival. The project achieved success, since it was chosen as a finalist in the category of best effects.

Before embarking on her professional career in the field, Georgia gained diverse experiences. During her college year, she spent some time working as a bartender and server in both her hometown of New Canaan and New York City. After completing her film studies, Georgia started working as a freelance photographer, cinematographer, and video editor. In 2016, she became a photographer at NBC News, and she also got a chance to provide her services to the CBS Corporation.

 

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Furthermore, Georgia collaborated with her father on a CBS two-hour special, entitled “United We Sing: A Grammy Tribute To The Unsung Heroes”. They took a 1,300-mile RV road trip across the US to express gratitude to essential workers who helped people during the COVID-19 pandemic. The film premiered on 21 June 2020, featuring appearances by such celebrities as Oprah Winfrey, Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock, to name a few.

Georgia also ventured into entrepreneurship since she established her own production company, called The Tatom Project. Beyond documentaries, her other projects include music videos, fashion, beauty and travel photography, for notable clients including The Met Gala, Jones Road Beauty, Maison Marché, Laquan Smith, JL Rocks, and Bella Tu, among many others. She even launched her self-titled website, on which she’s presented her portfolio.

In addition to her roles behind the camera, Georgia has also been working as a part-time fashion model since January 2020, represented by the Los Angeles-based modeling agency, Otto Models.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Speaking about her appearance, Georgia has long blonde-dyed hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 9ins (1.75m), and weighs around 130lbs (59kgs), with vital statistics of 36-26-35, bra size 36C, dress size 2/4 (US), and shoe size 8 (US).

Personal Life

Speaking about her dating history, People magazine revealed in a 2009 article that she started dating her first boyfriend and her father approved their relationship, describing her then-boyfriend as very polite and respectful. However, that romance eventually ended, and since then, Georgia has kept the details of her love life under wraps. Her current relationship status remains a mystery, but she’s presumed to be unattached. As of early 2024, Georgia resides in Sydney, Australia, alongside her sisters.

Legal Issue

Georgia faced some legal troubles in August 2015, when she was 19 years old. She was arrested for hosting a private drinking party that was attended by other minors, so was charged with possessing alcohol and giving it to them; it occurred when her parents were away. It’s unknown whether she was eventually convicted of the charges or the case was dropped.

Who is her father? Harry Connick Jr. Short Wiki/Bio

Born on 11 September 1967 under the zodiac sign of Virgo, in New Orleans, Louisiana USA, Joseph Harry Fowler Connick Jr. was raised alongside his older sister Suzanna by his father, Joseph Harry Fowler Connick Sr., who was a district attorney, and mother Anita Frances, who worked as a judge and lawyer. His mother passed away from ovarian cancer when he was 13.

Career Beginnings

Harry’s parents owned a record store, so his love for music blossomed when he was still a young boy. He started playing keyboards at the age of three, and performed Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3 Opus 37 with the New Orleans Symphony Orchestra at the age of nine; his outstanding musical talent led him to join a local jazz band when he was only ten years old. Under the guidance of Ellis Marsalis Jr. and James Booker, he honed his skills further at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts. He also attended Lakeview School, Jesuit High School, and Isidore Newman School. Thereafter, Harry enrolled into Loyola University, and then transferred to Hunter College and the Manhattan School of Music, where he met Columbia Records executive George Butler, who was impressed by his talent, and so signed him to the label.

Rise to Prominence

Harry has made a name for himself in the music industry as a highly accomplished musician, especially pianist. His music career officially started with the release of his debut self-titled album in 1987, while he gained widespread recognition two years later, for providing the music for the soundtrack of the romantic comedy-drama “When Harry Met Sally…”, featuring Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan,. The soundtrack achieved double-platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and earned him first Grammy Award for Best Jazz Male Vocal Performance.

Throughout the years, Harry has released a total of 26 studio albums, including such successful works as “We Are in Love” (1990), “Blue Light, Red Light” (1991), “When My Heart Finds Christmas” (1993) – which remains his best-selling Christmas album to date – and “Only You” (2004) that represents his highest-charting album, peaking at No. 5 in the US. He’s won two more Grammy Awards – Best Jazz Vocal Performance, Male for the album “We Are In Love” in 1991, and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for “Songs I Heard” in 2002. He’s also earned two Emmy Awards, and moreover won a Tony Award nomination for writing the score for the musical “Thou Shalt Not” in 2001.

According to the RIAA, Harry holds a position among the top 60 best-selling male artists, with an impressive 16 million in certified album sales.

Acting Career

Beyond his music, Harry has a successful acting career that includes notable performances in both film and TV. His debut appearance came with a small role in the 1990 war drama film “Memphis Belle”, while his first leading role came with his portrayal of Justin Matisse in the 1998 drama “Hope Floats”, opposite Sandra Bullock. His next significant appearance came when he featured as Leo Markus, the husband of Debra Messing’s character in the hit NBC sitcom “Will & Grace” from 2002 to 2006.

Harry’s prominence rose further when he shared the screen with John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson in the 2003 thriller “Basic”, which was followed by his portrayals of Daniel Connelly in the romance “P.S. I Love You” (2007) and Ted Mitchell in the romantic comedy-drama “New In Town” (2009). His most successful acting projects in the following decade include the 2011 family film “Dolphin Tale”, and its 2014 sequel “Dolphin Tale 2”, playing Dr. Clay Haskett.

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