Wendie Malick Net Worth

How much is Wendie Malick worth?

Net Worth:$16 Million
Date of Birth:December 13, 1950 (72 years old)
Height:1.77 m, 5 ft 9 in
Profession:Actor, Fashion Model, Voice Actor
Wendie Malick Net Worth:
$16 Million

Wendie was born December 13, 1950 in Buffalo, New York. She has Egyptian, French, English, and German ancestry. She has her Bachelor Degree from Ohio Wesleyan University. Her notable movies are for example Private Sessions, Perfect Body, and Confessions of a Shopaholic. Many also remember her as Victoria Chase from Hot in Cleveland. Malick currently lives with her second husband Richard Erickson.

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Wendie Malick was born on December 13, 1950 in Buffalo, New York to Ken, who worked in sales, and Gigi, who was a former model. She is of Egyptian, French, English, and German ancestry. As a teen, Malick went to Williamsville South High School; she later enrolled at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio. After graduating from the latter in 1972, she became a fashion model for the Wilhelmina modeling agency. Malick eventually left to work for Republican Congressman Jack Kemp in Washington, DC, before deciding to pursue her acting career.

Personal Life

In 1982, Malick wed actor and screenwriter Mitch Glazer; they divorced in 1989. Next, in 1995, she married Richard Erickson. The couple resides in the Topanga area of Los Angeles, California, where they have three dogs, a cat, and two horses.

Inspirational Quotes by Wendie Malick

Every time you get something, give something away.

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I feel that I have such an abundance in my life, and once you've seen how many people suffer and how little it takes for you to actually change their lives for the better, it's hard not to do something.

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It was a matter of survival for the local people, but it was the most violent scene I have ever witnessed. The people in my group, feeling helpless, were all spellbound and aghast at the same time. I became a vegetarian shortly after that.

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The whole publicity machine is a very weird one. It's kind of a necessary part of what we do here, but this helps me keep grounded.

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I think there is something for all of us where you find a balance in your life, where you feel that everything you do isn't about your own creature comforts or satisfying your own appetites. Some of it has to be directed outward and there is a huge satisfaction in that.

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