Lucy Walters Net Worth

Lucy Walters was born, is Actress. Lucy Walters is an actress, known for Power (2014), Shame (2011) and Here Alone (2016).
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Who is it? Actress
Genre Crime drama
Created by Courtney Kemp Agboh
Starring Omari Hardwick Michael Rainey Jr. Lela Loren Naturi Naughton Joseph Sikora Andy Bean Adam Huss Kathrine Narducci Luis Antonio Ramos Greg Serano Devante Townsend Sinqua Walls Lucy Walters Rotimi David Fumero Donshea Hopkins Shane Johnson J.R. Ramirez Jerry Ferrara 50 Cent Callan Mulvey La La Anthony Matt Cedeño Sung Kang William Sadler Larenz Tate Andrea-Rachel Parker
Opening theme "Big Rich Town"
Composer(s) 50 Cent & Joe
Country of origin United States of America
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 5
No. of episodes 38 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Courtney Kemp Agboh David Knoller Curtis Jackson Mark Canton Randall Emmett
Location(s) New York City, New York
Running time 48–61 minutes
Production company(s) End of Episode, Inc. Mawuli Productions Inc. Atmosphere Television G-Unit Film & Television Inc. CBS Television Studios
Distributor Starz Originals
Original network Starz
Picture format 1080i (HDTV)
Original release June 7, 2014 (2014-06-07) – present

💰 Net worth: $700,000

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Biography/Timeline

2014

Tim Goodman of The Hollywood Reporter observed in his review, "Power seemingly wants to be a show that tells a big, complicated, meaningful story about, well, the perils and problems of power and how one man deals with them." The New York Daily News staff writes in their review, "Power hits on all cylinders as it returns for its second season. Throw a couple of great women into Ghost's life—his wife, Tasha (Naturi Naughton), and his recently resurfaced lifelong flame Angela (Lela Loren)—and you have drama that's hard not to keep watching." Critic Brian Lowry of Variety states in his review, "The three previewed episodes of the show, created by The Good Wife alumna Courtney Kemp Agboh, move briskly enough, but they’re still only moderately compelling. And while 50 Cent's participation provides some promotional heft (he has a cameo in a later episode), the allure of such behind-the-scenes marquee names is usually limited. Mostly, this is undemanding escapism with all the requisite pay-TV trappings, along the lines of what Cinemax is offering in episodic form. While that might be a formula to keep Ghost visible for some time to come, creatively speaking, it leaves Power a touch low on juice.