Jean Smart Net Worth

How much is Jean Smart worth?

Net Worth: $4 Million
Date of Birth: Sep 13, 1951 (68 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 5 ft 9 in (1.765 m)
Profession: Actor, Voice Actor
Nationality: United States of America
Jean Smart Net Worth:
$4 Million

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Jean Smart Net Worth: Jean Smart is an American actress who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. Born in 1951 in Seattle, Washington, Jean Smart was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 13. She began acting in high school and earned her BFA from the University of Washington’s Professional Actors Training Program. Smart started performing in stage productions around Seattle before moving to New York City to work off-Broadway. In 1981, Smart made her Broadway debut in a production of “Piaf”. In the late ’70s, she started breaking into television with small parts in “Alice”, “Remington Steele”, and “The Facts of Life”. She landed a starring role on “Designing Women”, playing Charlene Frazier Stillfield for five years. Later, Smart won two Emmy Awards for her part on the hit series “Frasier”. Her better-known TV and film credits include “Undue Influence”, “Sweet Home Alabama”, “Bringing Down The House”, “Garden State”, and “The District”. Smart lent her voice to Dr. Ann in the Disney series “Kim Possible” and starred on “24” as First Lady Martha Logan, earning two Emmy nods for her work. Smart won another Emmy for Best Supporting Actress for “Samantha Who?” alongside Christina Applegate. She has been married to her husband, actor Richard Gilliland, since 1987. They have two children together.

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Inspirational Quotes by Jean Smart

You know as far as diet goes, for a while I was really obsessed with counting fat grams along with the rest of the world.

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I’m hoping to have a huge future in voice-overs. For years, people have said, ‘I recognized your voice before I recognized your face!’

Jean Smart

It makes a huge difference in how you feel, the way your costume holds you. When you look at yourself in the mirror, it makes you feel a certain way. Actors like to talk a lot about working from the inside out, but there’s a lot to be said also about working from the outside in. It can be extremely helpful.

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I’ve never met a woman ever, anywhere, bar none, that was more feminine than Dixie Carter.

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The networks have to answer to their sponsors. That’s the difficult thing you learn.

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