Maggie got her education from Mililani Waena Elementary School and Mililani High School. The support of her parents paved her way towards fulfilling her dream.They have two daughters together: Colette, 17, and Charlotte, 9.Reps for Mc Dermott and Maggie Q could not be reached.There are some things you should know about Maggie Q—she's an awesome actress, she has an infectious and genuine laugh, she's passionate about rescuing animals with the help of Best Friends Animal Society and she is absolutely, head over heels in love with Dylan Mc Dermott.Oh, sorry, with me that we were gonna be married, which I think is so funny," the celeb tells us.
There were rumors that she was having an affair with the famous Daniel Wu. However, the rumor faded away when Maggie did not deny or agree to it. Her net worth is estimated to be a total of million which shows that she is earning a huge salary of from her acting career.The bio of the very beautiful and talented, Maggie Q can be found on various social media sites like IMDb, Wikipedia, and Twitter.professionally known as Maggie Q, is an American actress, model and animal rights activist.It's all my wonderful friends who have experience in this, they kinda take over," she confessed."My day, when it comes, is going to be a mish-mosh of the love of all my friends contributing from their experience and what they want on the day for me, because I'm really, really not a wedding person.I'm surrounded by so much love and so many people who care about us in such a real way and they're kinda helping guide me through it."So what was it about Mc Dermott that stood out for Maggie?And I think if youre looking for an animal companion, there's a part of you or a void in you that can only be filled with with an animal's unconditional love."But if you're someone who's considering adopting a rescue pet, the actress advises to, "find your match. They're all cute and they're all amazing but they're all designed very differently just like we are."That's where Best Friends is really helpful, because they have a 33,000-acre, no-kill sanctuary in Utah, "and what you do there is you volunteer with the dogs.