Cheryl Ruth Hines, to give her the full name, was born on 21st September, 1965 in Miami Beach, Florida, USA. She is an actress, director and producer. Hines won Gracie Award as well as two nominations for Emmy Awards, two for Screen Actors Guild Awards and other nominations for the lead role landed in the television series “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (2000 – 2011). As many well known celebrities she owns a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Cheryl Hines has been accumulating her net worth since 1993.
Reportedly, the total size of Cheryl Hines net worth is as much as $10 million. The main sources of her net worth are film and television. Being a very enthusiastic poker player she manages to add the sums of $50,000 to her net worth from playing.
Cheryl Hines Net Worth $10 Million
To begin with, Cheryl liked acting from the early age. While studying at high school she acted in the Young Actors Theatre. She earned the degree at the University of Central Florida. However, prior to becoming an actress she tried various professions including telephone operator, television reporter, waitress, personal assistant and others but could not find the satisfaction doing them. She pursued the career of an actress as a stand up comedian at the Groundlings Theatre which she found to be her path. In 1993, she started work on television appearing in the episodes of various series for example “Swamp Thing” (1993), “Unsolved Mysteries” (1997), “The Wayans Bros” (1998) and others. In 1999, she landed the main role in HBO special “Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm” (1999) and later the series under the same name were broadcast from 2000 till 2011. The role of Cheryl David landed in the above mentioned series is considered to be the best landed by Hines so far. Then, she appeared in the number of television films as follows “A Tale of Two Wives” (2003), “Wright vs. Wrong” (2010), “A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!” (2011), “Think Like a Man 2” (2014) which have also added revenues to the net worth of Cheryl Hines. Hines was casted in various feature films as follows “Labor Pains” (2009) directed by Lara Shapiro, “Life After Beth” (2014) directed and written by Jeff Baena and other films.
Furthermore, Cheryl Hines increased her net worth as a producer and director. She produced three episodes of the series “Campus Ladies” (2006 – 2007) and television series “Hollywood Residential” (2008). Hines directed the episode “No Means No” of the television series “Campus Ladies” (2008) and the feature film “Serious Moonlight” (2009) in which the main stars were Timothy Hutton, Meg Ryan, Kristen Bell and Justin Long.
Covering the personal life of the actress, producer and director, should be noted that she has been married two times. In 2002, she married her first husband Paul Young. Their daughter was born on 8th March, 2010. Unfortunately, the two divorced the same year in 2010. In 2014, Cheryl Hines married author, attorney, radio host and environmental activist Robert Francis Kennedy, Jr.
Has six stepchildren: Robert Francis Kennedy III (born September 2, 1984), Kathleen Alexandra Kennedy (born April 13, 1988), Conor Richard Kennedy (born July 24, 1994), Kyra LeMoyne Kennedy (born August 22, 1995), William Finbar Kennedy (born November 8, 1997) and Aiden Caohman Vieques Kennedy (born July 13, 2001).
(August 2, 2014) Married for the second time her boyfriend of two years Robert Kennedy Jr. following a 3-month-long engagement. They said "I do" before a cheering crowd of friends and family at the Kennedy compound in Hyannisport, Massachusetts - under a tent at a home once owned by President John F. Kennedy and wife Jackie. Hines wore a white strapless tea-length gown by Romona Keveza for the ceremony, which took place during the family's annual reunion. Besides many Kennedys, other guests, according to People magazine's sources, included Larry David, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Senator Ed Markey, Kevin Nealon and Ed Begley Jr..