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The net worth of Moon Unit Zappa is
$ 1.5 million

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Born on September 28, 1967 as Moon Unit Zappa in New York City, USA, she is and is an actress, singer and author, but probably best known to the world as one of four children of the legendary singer Frank Zappa. With her novel “Amerika, die Schöne” (America, the Beauty), she stepped out of the shadows of her father in 2001, apart from other ventures.

Have you ever wondered how rich Moon Zappa is in mid-2017? According to authoritative sources, Zappa’s net worth is estimated at up to $ 1.5 million, an amount she has earned through her successful career.

Moon Zappa net worth of $ 1.5 million

Moon is the first child of famous musician, activist, and filmmaker Frank Zappa and his second wife, Adelaide Gail Sloatman. Moon has three younger siblings, Dweezil, an actor and musician, Ahmet, a musician and writer, and Diva, an actress. She is of mixed ancestry as her father was of Sicilian, Greco-Arabic, and French ancestry while her mother was of French, Irish, and Danish roots. She attended Oakwood School in North Hollywood but soon joined her father in his musical endeavors; At the age of 14 she already recorded a monologue as part of the song “Valley Girl”, which became a huge hit in the USA. She then teamed up with her brother Dweezil to star as VJs on MTV, and then began her acting career.

In 1982 she made her debut in a supporting role in the TV crime series “CHiPs” and appeared in the science fiction horror “Nightmares” the following year. In 1985 she had a role in the adventure comedy “National Lampoon’s European Vacation” with Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo and Dana Hill, and in 1986 she played Barbara in the television comedy series “Fast Times”, which increased her wealth. Before the end of the decade, Moon also appeared in the horror film “Heartstopper” (1989) and the romantic drama “Listen to Me” (1989). She started the new decade with the role of Tess Harlow in the TV comedy series “Normal Life” alongside her brother Dweezil and appeared in the science fiction comedy “The Spirit of ’76”. Four years later she was cast as Carrie in the romantic thriller “Dark Side of Genius” and starred in 1996 in the romantic comedy “Love Always” alongside Marisa Ryan and Beverly D’Angelo.

In the 2000s she had several guest appearances on television series such as “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (2004), in which she was cast as a niqab-clad Muslim, then in “How I Met Your Mother” (2006) as Stacy, Ted Mosby’s cousin and 2007 as Jenny in “Private Practice”. In 2010, Moon starred in the romantic drama “Love & Distrust,” which starred Robert Downey Jr., James Franco and Amy Adams, but the film failed both critically and commercially, despite some big Hollywood names, while most recently the Was the voice of Tracey and Mrs. Lamber on the animated TV series “High School USA!” In 2013.

Moon has not given up her musical talents, and in 2000 she worked with Kip Winger on the third album, which he released as a solo act, entitled “Songs from the Ocean Floor”.

In a recent interview, Moon said she was currently working on her second book, which will show her growing up in her “crazy house”.

In terms of her personal life, Moon was married to drummer Paul Doucette from 2002 to 2014; it ended in divorce after the two had a daughter just 64 years later, who was born on the same day as their grandfather Frank.

Moon’s mother died in 2015 and the rights to Frank Zappa’s family trust were unevenly distributed; Moon and her brother Dweezil received 20%, while Ahmet and Diva each received 30%. This left Moon shocked and now has to wait for the trust to become profitable as it appears to be in debt to ask her brother Ahmet’s permission to use Frank’s music and merchandise under his name to make money.

Full name Moon Zappa
Net worth $ 1.5 million
birth date September 28, 1967
place of birth New York City, New York, USA
height 5 ‘4 “(1.63 m)
job Actress, soundtrack, writer
nationality American
Spouse Paul Doucette (m. 2002-2014)
children Mathilda Plum Doucette
parents Frank Zappa, Gail Zappa
brothers and sisters Dweezil Zappa, Diva Zappa, Ahmet Zappa
Nominations Grammy Award for the best rock performance by a duo or group with vocal
Movies Last Wille, Anarchy TV, Love to Kill, Pterodactyl Woman from Beverly Hills, Dark Side of Genius, The Boys Next Door, National Lampoon’s European Vacation, Behind the Seams
Television shows Normal life, fast times
# Quote
1 Gag me with a spoon.
# fact
1 They gave birth to their first child at the age of 37, a daughter Mathilda Plum Doucette, on December 21, 2004. The child’s father is her current ex-husband, Paul Doucette.
2 Sister-in-law of Shana Muldoon and Patrick Muldoon.
3 Is a vegetarian.
4th Her name is parodied in Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999). Dr. Evil is divided into two units, “Moon Unit Alpha” and “Moon Unit Zappa”.
5 In November 2005, she topped the list of prominent descendants with the most bizarre names, according to an online poll.
6th In 2004, Moon Unit was voted the most bizarre offspring celebs of all time in a poll for Sky TV.
7th Ex-sister of Selma Blair.
8th She got her middle name from the idea that her birth made her parents Frank Zappa and Gail Zappa a “family unit”.
9 Her singing on “Valley Girl” was unplanned. Frank Zappa was working on the track and needed a female voice to sing the lines so he went upstairs and asked her if she would like to do that. Moon had missed her father, who was busy recording, and asked that they “book a session” just to hang out with him.
10 Her ex-husband Paul Doucette is the drummer for the rock band Matchbox Twenty.
11 Had the hit record “Valley Girl” with her father in 1982. The single helped start the short Valley Girl fashion of the 80s.
12th Elder sister of actor Dweezil Zappa, Diva Zappa and Ahmet Zappa.
13th Daughter of Frank Zappa and Gail Zappa.


title year status character
World away from water 2015 Short reader
High School USA! 2013 Television series Tracy Tracey Mrs. Lamber
Last will 2011 Belinda DeNovi
Love & distrust 2010 Video
Grey’s Anatomy 2010 Television series Kelly
Private practice 2007 Television series Jenny
How I Met Your Mother 2006 Television series Stacy
Control your enthusiasm 2004 Television series Haboos
Behind the seams 2000 Astric
The giving tree 2000 Alex (as moon Zappa)
Automotive 2000 Short donna
Tenacious D: The Complete Masterpiece 2000 Television series Art gallery visitors
Jack Frost 1998 School teacher (uncredited)
Anarchy TV 1998 Katie (as Moon Zappa)
Party of five 1997 Television series Merika
Pterosaur woman from Beverly Hills 1997 Susie
The girl gets Moe 1997 Hostess Jillian
Love always 1996 Mary Ellen
Roseanne 1996 Television series Carol
Clueless 1996 Television series Taki
Murder one 1996 Television series Chris
Dark side of genius 1994 Carrie
Wild palm trees 1993 TV miniseries Jody
Little sister 1992 Venus
The spirit of ’76 1990 Cheryl Dickman (as Moon Zappa)
Normal life 1990 Television series Tess Harlow
Heart stopper 1989 Lenora Clayton (as Moon Zappa)
Listen to me 1989 Longnecker (as Moon Zappa)
Student exchange 1987 TV movie Murphy the biker
Heartbeat 1987 Video Band performer
Fast times 1986 Television series Barbara
The boys next door 1985 Nancy
National Lampoon’s European vacation 1985 Rusty’s California Girl (as Moon Zappa)
The facts of life 1985 Television series Sondra
nightmares 1983 Pamela (segment “The Bishop of the Battle”) (as Moon Zappa)
crisps 1982 Television series Tami


title year status character
The 80s: the decade that made us TV Miniseries Documentary Actor – 1 episode, 2013 Writer – 1 episode, 2013
Clueless Actors in the TV series – 1 episode, 1997 Author – 1 episode, 1997
Solid gold Actor of the TV series – 1 episode, 1982 author – 1 episode, 1982


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In the doghouse 2005 Short
Ugly 2004 Short like Moon Zappa


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Fast times 1986 Technical consultant for TV series – 1 episode


title year status character
Ugly 2004 Short like Moon Zappa


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Love always 1996 associated producer

Thanks very much

title year status character
1 mile to you 2017 special thanks completed
Eat this question: Frank Zappa in his own words 2016 Documentary special thanks – as Moon
Zappa’s universe 1993 Video special thanks


title year status character
Made in Hollywood 2016 Television series herself
Summer ’82: When Zappa came to Sicily 2014 documentary Moon Zappa
Bordstein: The discussion 2010 Television series herself
E! True Hollywood story 2003 Documentation for the TV series herself
Tenacious D: The Complete Masterpiece 2003 Video documentation Visitors to the art gallery (“The Fan” segment)
Howie Almond’s sunny sky 1995 Television series herself
The Howard Stern interview 1993 Television series herself
The Super Mario Bros. Supershow! 1989 Television series herself
Negligee and panty party 1988 TV movie herself
Square One TV 1987 Television series herself
Late night with David Letterman 1982 Television series herself
Solid gold 1982 Television series herself
Frank Zappa 1971 TV documentary herself

Known for movies

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