Jim Carrey’s Little Girl Is All Grown Up. Here’s How She Looks Today…
Children of mega star celebrities often talk about the difficulties of growing up. Whether it’s their famous parent being away a lot for work or simply getting treated different by others can make the child feel isolated and resentful.
There is also the challenge of living up to the famous person’s name. If you both share the creative and artistic gene, it is easy for others to assume you are working because mommy and daddy put you there. There are so many cases of the kids of the rich and famous getting in trouble with the law, drugs, and alcohol, because coping in the real world is just too hard.
Jim Carrey is an actor who hit stardom in the 1990’s with his comedic and slapsticks films like Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, Dumb and Dumber, and The Mask, among others. During his movie premieres, the Canadian was a proud dad who loved to bring his daughter Jane along with him. Although, she didn’t follow her dad’s career choices, Jane is still paving her own path.
Jane Erin Carrey was born on September 6, 1987 in Los Angeles, California.
Her dad was still a struggling actor trying to make it in Hollywood. Jim Carrey was born in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada.
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Her mom Melissa Womer was a waitress at The Comedy Store in West Hollywood.
Her parents married on March 28, 1987. The union didn't last as the couple divorced in 1995.
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Her father was part of the comedic ensemble on the TV show In Living Color in 1990.
Jim Carrey wanted to be in show business so bad that when he was 10 years old he sent his resume to Carol Burnett to be part of her show. Unfortunately, he was turned down.
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Although her parents divorced when she was still a child, Jim has always been present in his daughter's life.
She has worked for many of Jenny McCarthy fundraisers involving autism.
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Her father dated the former Playboy model for five years.
When Jane was 15 years old her mother went to court to ask for more than the $10,000 she was receiving a month in child support payments. Melissa Womer argued that it was not enough to raise Jane who at that point had told her mom she wanted to get into show business.
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