You know Hollywood is changing when actors of all shapes and sizes make it in the industry and when I say all shapes and sizes I mean it literally. I am talking about dwarf actor Tony Cox who is not letting his disability hamper his acting skills. Whether it’s his career or married life, Tony Cox has gained success in both. Find out his life with wife and children as well as his net worth and career.
Tony Cox Relationship: Meet his wife Otelia Cox
Tony Cox like we said leads a happy and completely fulfilling married life. He is married to Otelia Cox, his wife who he met in high school. The two had known each other since high school and throughout college. It was only after Tony asked Otelia to the Prom in college did their relationship started brewing. After a long time he finally decided to propose and make his girlfriend his wife so, the two got married in 1983.
Since the two have been in a relationship for so long and known each other for longer than that we never hear any types of disputes between the married couple. So, the possibility of divorce is the farthest thing away in their relationship. However, it is strange to see that even a couple who get along so well don’t have any children but perhaps both of them don’t want any children.
Tony Cox Net worth & Bio
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Tony Cox has had quite a career for himself that even actors without any disability or drawbacks have difficulty obtaining. He has given impressive performances in various movies ‘Bad Santa’, ‘Bad Santa 2’ and ‘Me, Myself and Irene’ starring Jim Carrie.
His specialty is in comedy parody movies like ‘Date Movie’, ‘Epic Movie’ and ‘Disaster Movie’. He has also been featured in several TV shows ‘Martin’ and big projects like ‘Return of the Jedi’ as an Ewok. All of his such great careers have earned him a huge net worth of around 4 million dollars.
Tony Cox was born on 31st March 1958 in Manhattan, New York, USA. He was born to mom Henrietta Cox-Penn and father Joe Cox who named him as Joseph Anthony Cox. His mother currently resides with his step-father Rudolph Penn in College Park, Georgia.
He spent his childhood with his grandparents at Uniontown, Alabama where he also became an enthusiastic drummer by age 10. For the same purpose after high school, he attended the University of Alabama to pursue a study in music. He got inspired to start acting after watching another dwarf Billy Barty who founded the institution, Little People of America.