- 1 Who is Miranda Pak?
- 2 How rich is she, as of now? Miranda Pak Net Worth
- 3 Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education
- 4 Former Model Turned Restaurateur
- 5 Her First Marriage to Terrence Howard
- 6 Parents of Two Children
- 7 Miranda and Her Ex-Husband Engaged Again
- 8 Miranda is Terrence’s Third Wife
- 9 Domestic Violence
- 10 Appearance and Vital Statistics
- 11 Who is Terrence Howard? Short Wiki/Bio
Who is Miranda Pak?
Miranda Christine ‘Mira’ Pak was born on 1 June 1977 under the sign of Gemini, in Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada. She is a 42-year-old former fashion model and restaurateur, probably best recognized for being both the ex-wife and the current fiancée of Terrence Howard, a noted American actor and singer.
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How rich is she, as of now? Miranda Pak Net Worth
As of 2020, Miranda Pak’s net worth is estimated at over $6 million, earned largely from being active in the fashion industry as a model. Her ownership of a restaurant also contributes to her wealth, and she probably shares the fortune of her ex-/future-husband, Terrence Howards, which reputedly totals over $5 million.
Early Life, Nationality, Ethnicity, Education
Miranda Pak spent her early years in her hometown of Vancouver, but now holds both Canadian and American nationality. She belongs to Asian-American ethnic group, and her religion is Christianity. Miranda graduated from New York University.
Former Model Turned Restaurateur
Right after graduation, Miranda Pak began making a name for herself in the fashion industry, but didn’t really gain popularity until 2012, when she worked as a promotional model for the women’s magazine ‘Vanity Fair’ at the HIN (Hot Import Nights) event. However, she retired from modeling and moved her focus to her career as a restaurateur, as the owner of the Shabu Shabu Bar restaurant, located in Santa Ana, California.
Her First Marriage to Terrence Howard
Miranda Pak and Terrence Howard met each other in 2013, and after only three weeks of dating, they exchanged their wedding vows at a private ceremony in Vancouver 2013. Unfortunately, their marriage didn’t last long, as they went their separate ways in August of the following year. Miranda filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences, which was finalized in July 2015.
Parents of Two Children
They were already separated when Miranda gave birth to their first child, a son named Qirin Love Howard, in May 2015. In spite of the divorce, they maintained a close relationship, and even made a joint appearance at the Emmys during the same year. In October 2015, Terrence posted a tweet describing Miranda as the love of his life, and shortly afterwards the couple reunited ,and welcomed their second child, a son named Hero Howard, in August 2016.
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Terrence Howard with wife Mira and their sons – #QirinLove, 4, and #HeroValentino, 3, at his Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony (September 24) in #Hollywood . #TerrenceHoward #MiraPak #HeroValentinoHoward #HeroHoward #QirinLoveHoward #QirinHoward . #cbk_terrencehoward #cbk_mirapak #cbk_herohoward #cbk_qirinhoward #cbk_a
Miranda and Her Ex-Husband Engaged Again
Miranda and Terrence became engaged once again, after he proposed to her with a stunning diamond ring made by Ben Baller, on Christmas Day 2018, at the Crustacean Beverly Hills restaurant.
Miranda is Terrence’s Third Wife
Terrence Howard’s first wife was Lori McCommas, from 1989 to 2003, but two years later the couple remarried, then divorced again in 2007. They have three children, named Aubrey, Heaven, and Hunter, and two grandchildren through Aubrey. In 2010, he married Michelle Ghent, but she filed for divorce in the following year, which was finalized in 2013.
In 2001, Terrence was arrested for physically abusing and stalking his first wife, Lori McCommas. He was also accused of being physically abusive towards his second wife, Michelle Ghent, and was eventually hit with a restraining order in 2011. Two years later, Michelle obtained one more restraining order against Terrence, appearing in court with a black eye.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Former model Miranda Pak has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 5ins (1.65m), weighs around 121lbs (55kgs), and her vital statistics are 34-24-35. Her bra size is 33B, and shoe size 6 (US).
Who is Terrence Howard? Short Wiki/Bio
Terrence Dashon Howard was born on 11 March 1969 under the sign of Pisces, in Chicago, Illinois USA, of African and Anglo descent.
He is the son of Tyrone and Anita Howard, and has ten siblings. He had a difficult childhood since he was physically abused by his father, and when just two, he was present when his father stabbed another man, was convicted of manslaughter, and served eleven months in prison. Following his father’s release, his parents divorced, and he was raised in Cleveland, Ohio by his great-grandmother Minnie Gentry, a famous actress.
Terrence made his television debut with the role of Jackie Jackson in the ABC mini-series “The Jacksons: An American Dream” in 1992, while he made his film debut in a support role in the 1993 thriller comedy “Who’s The Man?”, directed by Ted Demme. During the same year, he was cast as Chester Harris in the CBS comedy series “Tall Hopes”, after which he guest-starred in such TV series as “Family Matters”, “Picket Fences”, and “New York Undercover”.
Terrence’s big break came in 1995, when he starred as Louis Russ in Stephen Herek’s drama “Mr. Holland’s Opus”, followed by his portrayal of Greg Sparks in the UPN sitcom “Sparks” (1996-1998), alongside Miguel A. Núñez Jr. and James Avery. Thereafter, he played Byron in the 1998 drama thriller “Spark”, written and directed by Garret Williams, and featured as Quentin Spivey in the 1999 romantic comedy-drama film “The Best Man”, for which he won an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture. By the end of the decade, he had also landed the roles of Lester Vesco in the comedy “Big Momma’s House” and Cassius Clay/Muhammad Ali in the ABC film “King Of The World”, both in 2000.
First Half of the 2000s
In the beginning of the 2000s, Terrence continued to line up successes, starring as Robby in the romantic drama “Angel Eyes” (2001) alongside Jennifer Lopez, played Lt. Lincoln A. Scott in the war drama “Hart’s War” (2002) next to Bruce Willis and Colin Farrell, and featured as T-Roy in the romantic drama “Love Chronicles” (2003). It was followed by his portrayal of Cameron in the 2004 drama “Crash”, which earned him seven awards, including two Black Reel, Screen Actors Guild, and NAACP Image Awards. Terrence then played Djay in Craig Brewer’s 2005 drama “Hustle & Flow”, winning such awards as a BET and a Satellite Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy, also earning him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.
During the same year, he was cast as Bill Crosby in the HBO film “Lackawanna Blues”, winning an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special.
Worldwide Recognition, Broadway Debut, and Studio Album
In 2006, he landed the role of Trumpy in the musical film “Idlewild”, followed by his portrayal of Jim Ellis in the sports drama “Pride” (2007), for which he was also an executive producer. Terrence gained worldwide fame in 2008, when he won the role of USAF Lt. Col. James Rhodes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s superhero film “Iron Man”, directed by Jon Favreau, and a box office hit grossing over $585 million worldwide – Terrence was nominated for a Black Reel Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance.
During the same year, he made his Broadway debut with the role of Brick in the production of “Cat On A Hot Tin Roof”, and released his debut studio album “Shine Through It” via Columbia/SME Records, which peaked at No. 31 on the US Billboard 200, and No. 6 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts. In the following year, Terrence did the voice-over to James in the animated film “The Princess And The Frog”, and featured as Harvey Boarden in the sports action drama “Fighting”. Between 2010 and 2011, he was cast as Senior D.D.A. Jonah ‘Joe’ Dekker in the NBC drama series “Law & Order: Los Angeles”.
In 2011, Terrence portrayed Nelson Mandela in the drama “Winnie Mandela”, a film adaptation of the biography “Winnie Mandela: A Life” written by Anne Marie du Preez Bezrob.
These are the rewards that makes the sacrifices worth while… https://t.co/yoTMCPOkpC
— Terrence D Howard (@terrencehoward) May 26, 2018
He then appeared as FBI Agent Cornelius in the political thriller “The Company You Keep” (2012), directed and produced by Robert Redford, played Franklin Birch in the thriller “Prisoners” (2013), alongside Hugh Jackman, and featured as Julius ‘Sugar’ Edmonds in the action thriller “Sabotage” (2014), next to Arnold Schwarzenegger. Thereafter, he was cast as Sheriff Arnold Pope in the first season of the Fox mystery sci-fi series “Wayward Pines” (2015-2016). Moreover, Terrence was chosen to play Lucious Lyon in the Fox musical drama series “Empire” (2015-present), winning a BET Award for Best Actor.
Somewhat surprisingly, in September 2019 Terrence announced his retirement from acting, saying that he was ‘tired of pretending’.