Madelaine Petsch Net Worth

How much is Madelaine Petsch worth?

Net Worth: $4 Million
Last Updated: 2019
Madelaine Petsch Net Worth:
$4 Million

Madelaine Petsch net worth and salary: Madelaine Petsch is an American actress and YouTube personality who has a net worth of $4 million. Madelaine Petsch was born in Port Orchard, Washington in August 1994. She has United States and South Africa citizenship. In 2014 she starred in an advertising campaign for Coca-Cola. Her best known role has come starring as Cheryl Blossom on the television series Riverdale starting in 2017. Madelaine Petsch has appeared in the movies The Hive and The Curse of Sleeping Beauty as well as Polaroid. She also appeared in the video F the Prom and in an episode of the television series Instant Mom. Petsch won Teen Choice Awards in 2017 and 2018 for Choice Hissy Fit for Riverdale and she also won an MTV Movie & TV Award in 2018 for Scene Stealer for Riverdale. She has also released her own collection on sunglasses with the company Prive Revaux. In 2019 she appeared in an ad campaign for Biore.

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Inspirational Quotes by Madelaine Petsch

I'm a sunglasses aficionado if I do say so myself.

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I didn't have a lot of skin care products when I was a kid - my parents were very au naturale - and I think I was about 9 years old when my girlfriend told me she used Biore. I was like, 'Hmm, never heard of it.' So my mom took me to the store, and I picked out five different things and have been literally using it ever since.

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My diet works for me because I can be very flexible about what I eat in a day.

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The impact that movies, film, and TV have on me - the way that they can toy with my emotions - is beautiful, and I've always wanted to do that for other people.

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I've got this weird thing where I wake up and put lotion all over, and when I go to sleep, I put lotion all over. I don't know if it's a good or bad thing, but it's shameless.

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