Who is Sunrise Coigney?

Christina Sunrise Coigney was born on 17 September 1972 under the sign of Virgo, in San Francisco, California USA of part-French descent. She is a 47-year-old former actress, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Brenda Ravelle in the ABC crime drama series “Line Of Fire”. She is also known as the wife of famous actor, director and producer Mark Ruffalo.

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How rich is she, as of now? Sunrise Coigney Net Worth and Assets

As of early 2020, Sunrise Coigney’s net worth is estimated at over $1 million, acquired partly through her relatively brief involvement in the film industry as an actress, but also through running her own jewelry and design shop. It is assumed that she shares the net worth of her famous husband, Mark Ruffalo too, reputed to be over $35 million.

Their net worth also includes such assets as a 50-acre ranch-style home in Callicoon, New York, an apartment in Manhattan, New York City, and a home located in Sullivan County, New York.

Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity

Sunrise Coigney spent her childhood time between Paris, France and New Orleans, Louisiana, since she was born to a French father, named Joel Coigney, and an American mother, who name hasn’t been disclosed yet. She is American by nationality, and belongs to the White Caucasian ethnic group.

Rise to Fame as Actress

Sunrise Coigney made her debut television appearance as Monica Robinson in the episode “Domestic Abuses” of the A&E Network legal drama series “100 Centre Street” in 2001.

During the same year, she made her film debut in the role of Michelle in the horror “Campfire Stories”, alongside Jamie-Lynn Sigler and John Hensley. She then landed a small role as Frannie’s young mother in the 2003 mystery thriller “In The Cut”, next to her husband Mark Ruffalo and Meg Ryan, and was then cast as Brenda Ravelle in the ABC crime drama series “Line Of Fire” (2003-2005). Thereafter, Sunrise decided to put aside her acting career and devote herself to her family.

Jewelry and Design Stores

Coming out of retirement into a different business, in 2014 Sunrise Coigney launched her own jewelry store, called ‘Kaviar and Kind’, in Los Angeles; however, it was closed four years later. She also opened a pop-up design shop, named ‘Sunny’s Pop’, in Narrowsburg, New York in 2017.

Sunrise Coigney and Mark Ruffalo

Moreover, Sunrise collaborated with designer Maria Cornejo which was noticed by such magazines as ‘Elle’ and ‘Vogue’.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Sunrise Coigney has long blonde dyed hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 6ins (1.70m), while she weighs around 132lbs (60kgs).

Hobbies and Favorites

Sunrise Coigney is an animal lover. Her family has two cats, a dog, a guinea pig, and a bunny – they also have several chickens. Her favorite color is yellow. She enjoys attending various fashion shows. Her favorite book shop is ‘One Grand Books’ in Narrowsburg. In her spare time, Sunrise collaborates with various charities and organizations such as Forrest Galante and Turtle Conservancy, among others.

Marriage to Mark Ruffalo

Sunrise Coigney is married to Mark Ruffalo. They met on the street back in 1998, and soon started dating. The couple exchanged their wedding vows at a ceremony held on 11 June 2000, and are now the parents of three children. She gave birth to their first child, a son named Keen Ruffalo, in June 2001. They welcomed their second child, daughter Bella Noche Ruffalo in May 2005, and their third child, a daughter named Odette Ruffalo, on 20 October 2007. The family’s current residence is in New York City.

In the early 2000s, Sunrise’s husband was diagnosed with a brain tumor which caused partial facial paralysis, but he fortunately recovered after treatment. However, he lost the hearing ability in his left ear.

Who is Her Husband? Mark Ruffalo Wiki/Bio

Mark Alan Ruffalo was born on 22 November 1967 under the sign of Scorpio, in Kenosha, Wisconsin USA, of Italian, French and Canadian descent. He was raised by his father, Frank Lawrence Ruffalo Jr., a construction painter, and his mother, Marie Rose, a hairdresser and stylist. He has two sisters, named Nicole and Tania, and a brother, named Scott, who was killed in 2008 – the case remains unsolved.

Educational Background

Mark went to Catholic and progressive grade schools. He competed as a wrestler in his teens. He attended First Colonial High School in Virginia Beach, Virginia, where he became interested in acting, and performed at the Patriot Playhouse. He would later move with his family to San Diego, California, and then to Los Angeles, California, where he continued taking acting classes at the Stella Adler Conservatory.

Career Beginnings

Mark Ruffalo started his professional career when he co-founded the Orpheus Theatre Company in Los Angeles. He wrote, directed and performed in various plays, at the same time working as a bartender to earn enough money until he became established as an actor. In 1989 he made his television debut by guest-starring as Michael Dunne in an episode of the anthology series “CBS Summer Playhouse”, while his film debut came with the role of Christian in the 1994 horror “Mirror, Mirror II: Raven Dance”, which is the sequel to the 1990 horror “Mirror, Mirror”. He also appeared as Joey in its next sequel, entitled “Mirror, Mirror III: The Voyeur”, in 1995.

Rise to Fame

Mark’s big break came when he performed as a part of the original cast of Kenneth Lonergan’s play “This Is Our Youth”, premiered off-Broadway in 1996.

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He then played Bert in the Lifetime film “On The 2nd Day Of Christmas” (1997), portrayed Frank in the criminal comedy “Safe Men” (1998), and featured as Alf Bowden in the civil war western “Ride With The Devil” (1999), directed by Ang Lee. In 2000, Mark played Alex in the romantic comedy “Apartment 12”, and was cast as Zane Marinelli in the UPN drama series “The Beat”. During the same year, he also collaborated with Kenneth Lonergan on his drama film “You Can Count On Me”, in which he landed the role of Terry, and which earned him a number of awards for Best Actor from such organizations as the National Society of Film Critics, and Los Angeles Film Critics Association, among others.

First Half of the 2000s

In 2001, Mark Ruffalo featured as Yates in the action drama “The Last Castle”, next to Robert Redford.

He then played Coles in the 2002 romantic drama “XX/XY”, which was followed by his portrayals of Lee in the 2003 drama romance “My Life Without Me”, and Detective Giovanni A. Malloy in Jane Campion’s mystery thriller “In The Cut”, both in 2003. In 2004, Mark landed the role of Stan in the sci-fi romantic drama “Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind”, alongside Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet, and played Ray Fanning in the neo-noir action-thriller “Collateral”, opposite Tom Cruise. During the same year he starred as Jack Linden in the drama “We Don’t Live Here Anymore”, which he also produced.

Second Half of the 2000s

Mark’s next major role came in 2006, when he starred as Adam Stanton in the drama thriller “All The King’s Men”, along with Sean Penn and Jude Law.

In the next year, he played Inspector David Toschi in David Fincher’s mystery thriller “Zodiac”, which was followed by his portrayal of Brian Reilly in the 2008 crime drama “What Doesn’t Kill You”, directed by Brian Goodman and based on his true life story. Mark then landed the role of Adrian in the 2009 fantasy film “Where The Wild Things Are”, after which he directed and starred as Father Joe in the 2010 drama “Sympathy For Delicious”, winning a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.

Thereafter, he featured as Paul Hatfield in the 2010 comedy-drama “The Kids Are All Right”, for which he received an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor as well as BAFTA Award nomination for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.

During the same year, he played Chuck Aule in Martin Scorsese’s mystery thriller “Shutter Island”, alongside Leonardo DiCaprio.

Worldwide Recognition as Hulk

In 2012, Mark was chosen to appear in the role of Bruce Banner / Hulk in the Marvel Comics superhero film “The Avengers”, starring next to Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans, which earned him the MTV Movie Award for Best Fight. He would later reprise the role of Hulk in its sequels, “Avengers: Age of Ultron” (2015), “Avengers: Infinity War” (2018), and “Avengers: Endgame” (2019). Moreover, Mark portrayed Hulk in another superhero film, entitled “Thor: Rangarok”, in 2017.

Other Major Roles in the 2010s

He then featured as Dylan Rhodes in the 2013 heist thriller “Now You See Me”, and reprised the role in its 2016 sequel “Now You See Me 2”.

In 2014, Mark portrayed Dave Schultz in Bennett Miller’s biographical sports true crime drama film “Foxcatcher”, receiving his second Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor, starred as Cam Stuart in the comedy-drama “Infinitely Polar Bear”, for which he received a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, and co-produced and played Alexander ‘Ned’ Weeks in the HBO drama film “The Normal Heart”, winning a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movie as a co-producer and a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie.

He then landed the role of Michael Rezendes in the 2015 biographical drama “Spotlight”, which earned him his third Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. Most recently, he produced and played Rob Bilott in the legal thriller “Dark Waters” (2019), and produced and starred as Dominick Birdsey / Thomas Birdsey in the HBO drama mini-series “I Know This Much Is True” (2020).

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