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Judith Lightfoot Clarke Net Worth:
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Judith Light Net Worth $5 Million
Emmy Award winning actress Judith Light has clocked up a strong net worth of $5 million. Light got her net worth through appearing in much-beloved soap operas and situation comedies, including One Life to Live and Who’s the Boss. The blond bombshell went on to Broadway, starring in A Doll House in 1975 and Herzl in 1976. Light was on a roll, until the late 1970s when playing parts were drying out. Penniless through the dry interval, Light almost quit playing entirely. All wasn’t lost, as Light made a smart transition to the tiny display, thanks to her agent. Initially, the actress wasn’t keen on becoming a business fixture in soaps or situation comedies — but after being informed that the day-to-day pay could be $350, the notion quickly grew on Light. So at tried out an audition for an understudy part in ABC’s soap opera, One Life to Live. Whilst at the audition, the veteran performer then realised that “the structure reaches out to a lot of men and women,” therefore she believed she can create a difference and make a lot of cash along the way!
There was no turning back for Light as instead of getting the understudy character, she was recast as the tired housewife-turned prostitute Karen Wolek. For her portrayal in One Life to Live, Light received her first Emmy award for Best Actress in a Drama Series. Since her major triumph, the well experienced actress was featured in many high profile dramas and sitcoms throughout the 1980s, including St Elsewhere (in which she won her second Emmy Award in 1981), Family Ties and Who’s the Boss. By the 1990’s, she started appearing in feature films such as Men do not Tell and Too Close to Home. The role earned Light an Emmy nomination.
Judith Light, an American actress, who was born on 9th February 1949, has a present estimated net worth of $5 Million. Judith Light was linked to the film industry since 1960. She has brought in her wealth by performing in many films over a very long career. Judith made her professional debut with “Richard III” in 1970. She appeared on several TV movies, television shows as well as in the soap opera “One Life to Live”. Judith has received plenty of nominations and awards in her life. Judith has been nominated for the Primetime Emmy Awards, Screen Actors Guild Awards, as well as the Tony Awards among others.
The American actress became a popular television personality after making appearances in the sitcom Who’s the Boss?, ABC’s Ugly Betty show, Law & Order Special Victims Unit, NBC’s Twenty Good Years. She has bagged another Emmy for appearing in a episode of St. Elsewhere, Season1. In 2012, she received a Tony Award for her spectacular performance in the play “Other Desert Cities”. In a single episode of Family Guy, Judith provided her voice to get a cartoon self of hers in the show. This American celebrity hails from Trenton, New Jersey. Judith’s dad was an accountant and mother was a model. Judith attended the Carnegie Mellon University and graduated with a degree in drama. Judith can speak French fluently. Judith married Robert Desiderio, the television performer. They reside in California. Judith met Robert Desiderio on the sets of One Life to Live. She is also a dominant social activist supporting gay rights, and is also an AIDS activist.
|Birth place:||Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.|
|Education:||Carnegie Mellon UniversitySt, Mary's Hall–Doane Academy|
|Parents:||Pearl Sue, Sidney Licht|
|Awards:||Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play, Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series, Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress, Non-Resident Production, Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play, GLAAD Media Vision Award, Gotham Appreciation Award|
|Nominations:||Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress - Comedy Series, Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Miniseries, or Motion Picture Made for Television, Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress, Resident Play, Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Actress in a Play, Drama League Award for Distinguished Performance, TV Land "She Works Hard for the Money" Award, TV Land Mad Ad Man of the Year Award (or Woman)|
|Movies:||A Strange Affair, Wife, Mother, Murderer, Lady Killer, Ira & Abby, The Ryan White Story, Joseph: King of Dreams, Last Weekend, A Step Toward Tomorrow, Save Me, Betrayal Of Trust, Digging for Fire, We'll Never Have Paris, My Boyfriend's Back, A Broken Sole, Other People's Kids|
|TV shows:||One Life to Live, Ugly Betty, The Stones, The Simple Life, Phenom, Who's the Boss?, Transparent|