Charlotte Ross was born on the 21st January 1968, in Winnetka, Illinois USA, and is an actress, probably best recognized for starring in the role of Eve Baron Donovan in the TV series “Days Of Our Lives” (1987-1991), playing Det. Connie McDowell in the TV series “NYPD Blue” (1998-2004), and as Donna Smoak in the TV series “Arrow” (2014-2016). Her acting career began in 1986.
So, have you ever wondered how rich Charlotte Ross is, as of mid-2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Charlotte’s net worth is over $10 million, accumulated through her successful involvement in the film industry as an actress.
Charlotte Ross Net Worth $10 Million
Charlotte Ross spent her childhood with her younger brother in her hometown, where she was raised by her father, Peter Ross, who was a financial adviser, and her mother, Debbie Morris-Ross, who worked as a ski instructor. She went to New Trier High School, and parallel with her education, Charlotte was very active in performing at the local theater. Upon matriculation, she moved to Los Angeles in order to pursue her acting career further.
Thus, Charlotte’s professional acting career began in 1986, when she made her debut appearance in a supporting role in the film “Touch And Go”, after which she gained enormous popularity through the role of Eve Baron Donovan in the TV series “Days Of Our Lives” (1987-1991), for which she won two nominations for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series in 1990 and 1991. When the filming was ended, she appeared as Justine Essex in the 1991 film “She Says She’s Innocent”, then in the following year was chosen to portray Hope Linden in the TV series “The Heights”, which was followed by a number of supporting roles in other TV series, all of which added to her net worth. In 1994, Charlotte won the role of Bree Buchanan in the TV series entitled “The 5 Mrs. Buchanans”, but which lasted only a season. Two years later, she was selected to play Det. Connie McDowell in “NYPD Blue” (1998-2004), starring alongside Dennis Franz and Jimmy Smits, and for the role of Fiona McCallister in “Trinity” (1998). In the following year, she became a regular cast member as Lori Volpone in “Beggars And Choosers” (1999-2001).
To speak further about her career, Charlotte also starred in the role of Judy Fabray in the TV series “Glee” (2009-2012), played Candy in the 2011 film “Drive Angry”, starring alongside such actors as Amber Heard and Nicolas Cage, and she was cast as Olivia Vincent in the TV series “Hit The Floor” (2013). Most recently, she portrayed Donna Smoak in the TV series “Arrow” from 2014 to 2016, which further increased her net worth.
When it comes to speak about her personal life, Charlotte Ross was married to Michael Goldman from 2003 until 2008; they have a son. She is apparently still single, and her current residence is in Los Angeles, California. She is also known as a huge supporter of PETA, and she collaborated with the organization in its anti-fur campaign. Besides that, she is also known as a licensed Tae-Bo instructor.
Ranked #68 in Stuff magazine's "102 Sexiest Women In The World" (2002)
Is a licensed Tae-Bo instructor.
Has one younger brother, George, a triathlete and hedge fund analyst in New York City.
Gave birth to her first child, son Maxwell Ross Goldman, on 23 March 2004 (just two months after Charlotte's own 36th birthday).
Illinois Dream Girl in 1987
Charlotte was raised in Winnetka, Illinois. Her father, Peter passed away in 2009. He was a retired financial adviser. Her mother, Debbie, is a ski instructor.
I've never played a character where I've had so much fun on the physical end. I don't want to say I like it too much but it's fun having a gun on you and getting to manhandle men.
This is my sixth series, and I'm burned out wondering if a show is going to change my life. Don't get me wrong, I love when people recognize my work. But I've given up worrying about whether it'll be seen by two people or two million or 22 million.
The thought of playing a New York detective scared the hell out of me. I didn't know if people would believe me in the role just because of my physicality, which made me want to do it even more.
I would assume most people hate my character. But I'm hoping that I'm the character you love to hate.
What woman wants a camera following around her naked butt?
This show has shown me how to throw a punch. But watching my future sister-in-law go through breast cancer has also shown me how to take one.
Mammograms are really sort of a gift. You can either catch something early or count your lucky stars because nothing was discovered. Either way, you're ahead of the game.
I've been doing TV for fourteen years, and I've always had a fascination with the political business side. It's ruled my life. Ratings or no ratings have decided where I live, who I work with, and how long I'll be doing that particular job.