Elizabeth Berkley Net Worth
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Elizabeth Berkley Net Worth: Elizabeth Berkley is an American actress who has a net worth of $6 million dollars. Berkley is best known for her performances as Jessie Spano on NBC’s “Saved by the Bell” (1989–1993) and Nomi Malone in the film “Showgirls” (1995). She has more than 60 acting credits to her name, including “The First Wives Club” (1996), “Any Given Sunday” (1999), and “Roger Dodger” (2002,), and she reprised the role of Jessie Spano on Peacock’s “Saved by the Bell” reboot, which is set to begin streaming in 2020. In 2006, Elizabeth founded the online self-help program Ask-Elizabeth, and in 2011, she published the book “Ask Elizabeth: Real Answers to Everything You Secretly Wanted to Ask About Love, Friends, Your Body… and Life in General.” In 2013, Berkley competed on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars,” coming in sixth place.
Early Life: Elizabeth Berkley was born on July 28, 1972, in Farmington Hills, Michigan. She grew up with mother Jere (the owner of a gift basket business), father Fred (a lawyer), and older brother Jason. Her family practiced Conservative Judaism, so Elizabeth celebrated her 12th birthday with a bat mitzvah. She has a condition called heterochromia, and the iris of her left eye is both green and brown while her right iris is completely green. Berkley attended the Cranbrook Kingswood School and Farmington High School, graduating in 1990. During her youth, she loved dancing and trained with professional choreographers in New York; she also performed in ballets and musicals.
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Inspirational Quotes by Elizabeth Berkley
For me, as an actress, being a dancer has helped me. I've done it with my feet bloody.Elizabeth Berkley
I will say a lot of dancers do such beautiful things for their body and then they smoke a cigarette. I've never been a smoker, but I realized after taking yoga . . . in ballet you're not encouraged to do a lot of breathing. I think in a weird way, a lot of dancers find relief in actually breathing.Elizabeth Berkley
I will never forget experiencing Venice for the first time. It feels like you are transported to another time - the art, music, food and pure romance in the air is like no other place.Elizabeth Berkley
No one can hand you anything as a dancer. You have to earn it.Elizabeth Berkley
I had to make some drastic choices to avoid losing myself.Elizabeth Berkley