How rich is Cheryl Ladd?


How rich is Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor?

Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor Net Worth:
$8 Million

Birth date: July 12, 1951
Birth place: Huron, South Dakota, United States
Height:5' 3½" (1.61 m)
Profession: Actress, singer, author, soundtrack
Nationality: American
Spouse: David Ladd (m. 1973 - 1980), Bryan Russell (m.1981)
Children: Jordan Ladd
Parents: Dolores Katz Stoppelmoor, Marion Stoppelmoor
Siblings: Mary Ann Eichman, Seth Stoppelmoor
Awards: TV Land Pop Culture Award (2010), Woman of the World Award (1987), Hubert H. Humphrey Humanitarian Award
Music groups: The Music Shop Band
Movies: Josie and the Pussycats,
TV shows: The Rookies, The Partridge Family, Happy Days, Charlie's Angels

Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor Net Worth:

Cheryl Ladd Net Worth $8 Million

Cheryl Ladd is an American actress, vocalist and author who has a net worth of $8 million. Cheryl Ladd earned her net worth from as the character Kris Munroe around the popular long running television series Charlie’s Angels. The TVshow first husband was actor David Ladd, they have one daughter named Jordan. Ladd is involved with all the non-profit group referred to as Childhelp. She’s a celebrity ambassador for the child abuse prevention and treatment centre. She started her career in music as “Cherie Moor” in 1970, she sang the Air for the animated television series Jose and the Pussycats by Hanna Barbera. Childhelp went to star in advertisements and in guest appearances on such well known TV shows; The Rookies, the Partridge Family and Happy Days. Ladd took on Broadway in September 2000 in the resurrection of Irving Berlin’s Annie Get Your Gun, replacing actress Bernadette Peters lead character until January 2001. Annie is the author of two novels the first a child’s book titled The Adventures of Little Nettie Windship, and an autobiographical book titled Token Chick: A Woman’s Guide to Golfing with the Boys.

She is the 2nd daughter of Dolores Katz who is a waiter and Marion Stoppelmoor, who is a railroad engineer. She’s a smaller brother named Seth. She wed David Ladd and they will have a daughter named Jordan. She took his surname on her own but she lost when they were divorced. As a singer, her single Think It Over reached #34 in the Billboard music chart in 1978. Walking In The Rain became the finishing song for Charlie’s Angels in Japan and was launched as a single. The song I will Never Love This Way Again was recorded by Dionne Warwick the following year. Cheryl Ladd was considered to get a part in Family (1976) but was eventually played by Meredith Baxter. She was the first pick to play the lead role in the television movie The Burning Bed (1984) but she declined the part. In 2005, she released her autobiographical novel Token Chick: A Woman’s Guide to Golfing with the Boys that recounted her encounters using the sport of golf. CherylLadd publicist is Jay D. Schwartz and reached #129.