How rich is Jami Gertz?


How rich is Jami Gertz?

Jami Gertz Net Worth:
$2 Billion

Jami Gertz Net Worth:

Jami Gertz Net Worth $8 Million

Jami Beth Gertz, well known to the planet as ‘Jami Gertz’ is a favorite American celebrity. She’s famous for her first characters in the films ‘Cross roads’, ‘Less Than Zero’, ‘The Lost Boys’, ‘Sixteen Candles’ and ‘Quicksilver’. To pursue her dream to become a famous performer of the pictures, she joined NYU and began to concentrate on her acting career. She began her career being a kid performer in a episode of ‘Different Strokes’. After she was seen playing a recurring character on ‘The Facts of Life’. After getting the initial step towards her dream to become a favorite performer, she made her debut in the film with 1981 love story film ‘Endless Love’. But, the show got cancelled after running for one year. Gerz got her breakthrough performance using the starring character in 1987 film ‘Less Than Zero’.

Gertz is definitely blessed with an amazing acting ability which she demonstrated when she played a supporting part I the 1996 hit film ‘Twister’. Her other famous films contains ‘Solarbabies’, ‘Crossroads’, ‘Listen to Me’ and a lot more. Besides her film roles, she also appeared in the little displays. She appeared in a recurring part of Kimmy Bishop on Fox’s hit show ‘Ally McBeal’. After in 2011 she became the section of Academy Award nominated film ‘A Better Life’. This stunning celebrity has got both recognition and benefits through her extraordinary acting performance in the different films and television series.

Birth date: October 28, 1965
Birth place: Chicago, Illinois, United States
Height:5 ft 4 in (1.651 m)
Profession: Actress, Film Producer
Education: Georgetown University, New York University, Maine East High School
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Antony Ressler (m. 1988)
Children: Oliver Jordan Ressler, Nicholas Simon Ressler, Theo Ressler
Parents: Sharon Gertz, Walter Gertz
Siblings: Richard Ressler, Debra Black, Michael Gertz, Scott Gertz
Nominations: Emmy Award as the Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series (2001), Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actress (1997), Young Artist Awards - Most Popular Mom & Pop in a Television Series (2004)
Movies: “Endless Love” (1981), “Sixteen Candles” (1984), “Crossroads” (1986), “Quicksilver” (1986), “Jersey Girl” (1992), “Twister” (1996)
TV shows: “The Facts of Life” (1983–1984), “ER” (1997), “Ally McBeal” (2000–2002)

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