Beth Behrs Net Worth
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Beth Behrs net worth and salary: Beth Behrs is an American actress who has a net worth of $20 million dollars. Beth Behrs was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 1985. She is probably best known for her role as Caroline Channing on the hit CBS comedy “2 Broke Girls which originally ran on CBS from 2011 to 2017 and is now seen in syndication.
Beth Behrs was born on December 26, 1985. She got her start in acting at the young age of four and moved to the Bay Area as a teen where she began training as a signer with the American Conservatory Theater. She graduated from UCLA with a critical studies degree after starring in several school theater productions. Behrs landed her first role in 2009 on “American Pie Presents: The Book of Love” and has also appeared on “NCIS: Los Angeles”, “Pretty Tough”, “Adventures of Serial Buddies” and “Route 30, Too!”. She also lent her voice to college student Carrie in “Monsters University” before landing the role of Caroline on “2 Broke Girls”. Behrs was chosen to host the People’s Choice Awards in 2014 along with co-star Kat Dennings.
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Inspirational Quotes by Beth Behrs
Meditation has changed so many aspects of my health that when I don't do it, I feel awful.Beth Behrs
I actually feel that the better you know yourself, the more you want to hang out with yourself and enjoy that time to do whatever makes you happy.Beth Behrs
I'd love to tackle a classic Shakespeare play or take on Nora Helmer in 'A Doll's House.' Musical theater, it's the classics like Rodgers and Hammerstein and Cole Porter's 'Kiss Me Kate.' I'm much more a Julie Andrews-type soprano than an Idina Menzel.Beth Behrs
My best girlfriends are the girls I went to college with at UCLA.Beth Behrs
Always make sure you have your rent. At the end of the month, if you have to eat Ramen for a week because you won't have your rent money, just do it but make sure your rent is all there so you're not stressing about that. As long as you have your rent at least you have somewhere to live.Beth Behrs