Alana Kaye Collins was born as on the 18th May 1945 in San Diego, California, USA. She is an actress best known for being a part of the reality TV show “Stewarts And Hamiltons”, with her ex-husbands Rod Stewart and George Hamilton and their families. Alana is also recognized as a model, known for working with Ford Models. She became an active member of the entertainment industry since the early 1970s.
Have you ever wondered how rich is Alana Stewart, as of early 2016? According to sources, it is estimated that Alana’s net worth is $20 million. Her career in modeling as well as her career as an actress has earned her a big part of her wealth over time.
Alana Stewart Net Worth $20 Million
Alana was brought up in Houston, Texas, where she attended Stephen F. Austin High School. Later, she moved to New York to pursue her career in the modeling industry, signing a contract with Ford Models, and traveling to Los Angeles finding engagement in many advertisement commercials and other appearances, which marked the start of her professional career in the entertainment industry.
However, Alana`s acting career began in the early 1970s, when she made a cameo appearance in the film “Evel Knievel” (1971). The next year, she was cast as Janis in the film “Night Call Nurses”, and a year after was featured in the film “Medusa”, alongside George Hamilton, who was her husband at the time. Following these initial roles, Alana started to focus more on the entertainment industry, thus, acting became her full-time job. Her next role was in the film “Funny Lady”(1975), and two years, Alana was cast in an episode of “Bionic Woman” (1977). In 1979, her net worth increased from her role of Miriam in the film “Ravagers”.
She then stepped back from acting, as she divorced from her husband, and dedicated her time to kids. Nevertheless, Alana returned to acting in 1982 with the role of Claire Austen in the TV series “Hart To Hart”, and two years later, she appeared in the film “Where The Boys Are” (1984). The same year, she was featured in the TV series “Masquerade”, and the film “Swing Shift”, which also added to her net worth.
To speak further of her career as an actress, Alana appeared in the film “Small Sacrifice” (1989), after which she decided again to leave show business, but returned 10 years later with the role of Lilly in the film “Wasted In Babylon” (1999). Thanks to her good looks and old fame, it was easy for her to acquire new roles, and with the beginning of the 2000s, the number of roles just increased, which certainly boosted her net worth. Starting with a role in the film “The Naked Movie” (2002), a year later Alana became member of the reality TV show “I`m a Celebrity. . . Get Me Out OF Here”. In 2009, she was a part of the documentary about Farrah Fawcett “Farrah`s Story”, as herself, and in 2011, she was featured as Marilyn in the film “Delivered”.
Most recently, Alana was cast in the reality show “Stewarts & Hamiltons” (2015), and also appeared in the reality show “Celebrity Wife Swap” (2015), alongside her ex-husband George Hamilton, swapping her life with Angela Raiola, which also added to her overall net worth.
Regarding her personal life, her first husband was George Hamilton; the couple married in 1972 and has a son Ashley Hamilton, an actor. They divorced three years later, and she married Rod Stewart, a musician, in 1979; they have two children – Sean Stewart and Kimberly Stewart; who both work in the entertainment industry. Unfortunately, the couple divorced in 1984; however, she keeps his surname.
President of the Farrah Fawcett Foundation for Cancer Research, opened on June 25, 2010.
She grew up in Nacogdoches, Texas before heading to New York to become a model. She signed with Ford Models and traveled to Los Angeles for many television and commercial appearances.
In the early 1990s, she discovered that she had the Epstein-Barr virus after having suffered from symptoms caused by the virus for two decades. In 1994, she began speaking out about her illness and revealed that she removed her breast implants because she felt that they contributed to her illness.