Kristin Chenoweth Net Worth
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Kristin Chenoweth Net Worth: Kristin Chenoweth is an American singer and actress who has a net worth of $16 million. Kristin Chenoweth has accumulated her net worth through television roles and Tony award winning theater performances. She was born Kristi Dawn Chenoweth on July 24, 1968, in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Chenowith has been praised for her performances in the productions like You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Wicked, and The West Wing. The first nods for Chenoweth came on the theater stage for her portrayal of Sally Brown in the 1999 production of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. This performance fetched her a Tony Award and secured her the role of Glinda in the 2003 musical Wicked, which catapulted her to prominence. Even though Chenoweth went on to squander her multiple talents in low-ranked flicks like Bewitched (2005) and Deck the Halls (2006), she eventually landed a role that suits her on The West Wing (NBC, 1999-2006) and the quirky hit Pushing Daisies (ABC, 2007-09). TV audiences were truly mesmerized by her charismatic and compelling performances. Leaving no entertainment medium untapped, beautiful Chenoweth also hosted several award shows and released few albums of Broadway standards and contemporary Christian music. Her music albums include A Lovely Way to Spend Christmas (2008) and Some Lessons Learned (2011). By the time she fully used her song-and-dance talents on the hit musical drama, Glee (Fox, 2009- ), Chenoweth had already established herself as a multifaceted performer worthy of public attention. But that’s not all, this blonde bubbly artist also put her voice on paper in her 2009 memoir, A Little Bit Wicked: Life, Love, and Faith in Stages.
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Inspirational Quotes by Kristin Chenoweth
And I do - make no mistake, I am a Christian and I believe in God, and I don't believe he makes mistakes. So I don't believe that being gay is not a sin, and in fact it's how you're made.Kristin Chenoweth
It's in God's hands.Kristin Chenoweth
I'm trying to learn, as I'm in my 40s, to embrace what I've been able to achieve and be proud of it. And I know there's roles that I will want to play before I die, but I'm still just taking one day at a time.Kristin Chenoweth
You've got to find ways to breathe while you're dancing so that when it comes time for you to stop and sing again, you have it. To prepare, I do a lot of aerobic activity. Many times at the gym, people will look at me because I'll be on the treadmill humming.Kristin Chenoweth
Not everyone is going to like what you do or what you have to offer; however, if you can't see yourself doing anything else, and you have the drive and ambition, get the training and go for it.Kristin Chenoweth