The actor behind the hit animated sitcom Lolita is now a major player in the female care industry.
The actress, whose real name is Tania B. Jones, will receive $5.3 million as part of the $35 million deal that also includes an additional $10 million in creative fees for her role.
Jones will be the latest female actor to land a big payday for her work on the series, which has grossed more than $1 billion worldwide.
She also won an Emmy nomination for her portrayal of a lesbian mother and a mother of two in the film.
Jones also starred in a short-lived TV show called The Lady’s Girl, which ran for four seasons on the Fox network from 1989 to 1995.
Jones said she had no idea about the $5-million deal until it was announced in a press release this week.
“I thought it was going to be a little bit more of a surprise,” Jones told ABC News.
“But, when I saw it in the press release, it was so unexpected that I thought, ‘Oh, wow, it’s a big deal.'”
Jones, who will make $20 million for her deal, was one of four female actors to make the big bucks for their roles in the series.
She’s also one of only two women to play both a woman and a man on the show.
Jones has since starred in her own TV show, Lady’s Boy, which aired for five seasons on FX.
The Lady, who was played by actress and actor Jessica Lange, is a former secretary who goes by the name Lady B, in the animated series that began in 1997.
She has since been married twice.
Jones was first cast in the role of Lady B when she was 14.
She became a regular in the show after a casting call in 1996.
The first season featured her acting in a scene in which she and a boy were watching a movie.
After that, Jones had to wait three years for a role to open up, until she got the part of Lady C, in a series that lasted four seasons.
She played Lady B until her husband died in 2011.