Gina Mastrogiacomo was an American movie actress who is still remembered for her portrayal of Jenice Rossi in the 1990 movie Goodfellas. She was active in the entertainment field for a short time but has won the hearts of thousands at the time.
Gina Mastrogiacomo’s Net Worth
As the late actress was active in the 1980s to 1990s era, there is very little information about her. Moreover, she has only worked in a handful of projects.
Gina did not reveal the exact figure of her worth. However, as per tabloids, she had a net worth of $250 thousand in her last days. She might have lived a lavish lifestyle. She earned a hefty amount of money from her acting and modeling profession.
Her Professional Career
The late actress started her professional acting career in 1990, appearing in Martin Scorsese movie Goodfellas. In the film, she portrayed the role of Ray Liotta’s mistress.
Actually, she originally began her acting career in 1986 appearing in The Color of Money, appearing as Tom Cruise’s girlfriend, but she was replaced by Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, just after three weeks of shooting, as the team believed that she lacked acting experience.
In 1999, Gina auditioned for television series Soprano three times but could not get the role. The role was given to Aida Turturo, as the producers wanted a heavy actress.
Before starting the acting profession, she worked as a model in print advertisements.
Cause Of Her Death?
Gina died on 2nd May 2001. She was only 39 years old then. She died of a rare bacterial infection of the heart. Her father also died just after six months of her death.
Personal Life: Married Or Dating
As mentioned above, there is very little information on Gina; thus, she never made any headlines regarding her personal life. However, as per sources, she was neither married nor dating anyone at the time of her death.
Some gossipmongers claimed that there were huge rumors of her romance with Tom Cruise, but it seems like those are just stories. Similarly, there is nothing about her past affairs and relationships.
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