Sela Ward Net Worth

How much is Sela Ward worth?

Net Worth:$50 Million
Date of Birth:July 11, 1956 (65 years old)
Gender:Female
Height:1.71 m, 5 ft 7 in
Profession:Actor, Author, Film Producer, Spokesperson
Nationality:United States of America
Sela Ward Net Worth:
$50 Million

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Actor Sela Ward has a networth that has to be considered very impressive.

Sela Ward net worth: Sela Ward is an American actress who has a net worth of $50 million dollars. Born in Meridian, Mississippi, Sela Ward graduated from the University of Alabama, where she was a double major in Art and Advertising. After moving to New York to pursue a career in advertising, she began modeling to supplement her income as a storyboard artist. Eventually, her modeling career took over, as she was signed to the Wilhemina Agency, and began appearing in print campaigns and television ads for clients like Maybelline. She relocated to Los Angeles in the early 80s to pursue an acting career. Since then, she has appeared in such film projects as, “The Man Who Loved Women”, “Nothing in Common”, “Steele Justice”, “54”, “Runaway Bride”, “The Day After Tomorrow”, and “The Stepfather”. However, she is most widely recognized for her television roles on such shows as, “Sisters”, “Once & Again”, and “CSI: NY”. Sela Ward is married to a Venture Capitalist named Howard Sherman. In September 2015, Howard and Sela put their Bel Air mansion on the market for $39 million. They bought the five-bedroom house in 2003 for $3.8 million.

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Inspirational Quotes by Sela Ward

For example, when my mother died, the people who showed up just to put an apron on to cook, people who really do the right thing, so to speak, as my momma would always say to show that they care, a sense of community that we’ve lost so much in our country.

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You do become very close like a family but because you see each other for such an intense period of time on the set everyday. You really don’t end up socializing that much.

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And so much of my life has been about returning home and longing for home, wanting my children to know about my roots. And I thought I can’t be the only one to feel this way so I thought it would be an interesting topic to explore.

Sela Ward

It’s about, I did talk about my life in broad strokes and what home meant to me in order to really explore the subject of home and can you go back and what that means for people in that sense of community that we’ve lost.

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I had an art teacher who’s the reason I got there in high school who encouraged me to go to Alabama. That’s where she had gone and kept raving over their art department.

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