Conchata Galen Ferrell was born on 28 March 1943, in Charleston, West Virginia USA, and is an actress probably best known for her role in the CBS sitcom “Two-and-a-Half Men” as Berta the housekeeper, in all 12 seasons of the series.
So just how rich is Conchata Ferrell? uthoritative sources have estimated that the total amount of Conchata Ferrell’s net worth is as high as $7 million as of mid-2016, accumulated during her career in the entertainment industry which now spans over 40 years since her debut in 1974.
Conchata Ferrell Net Worth $7 Million
Conchata grew up in Circleville, Ohio. She graduated with a degree in social sciences in education from Marshall University.
Conchata Ferrell began her career as a stage actress on Broadway as a part of the Circle Repertory Company, receiving very positive reviews from critics, and winning a Drama Desk Award and Theatre World Award for her Outstanding Performance in ‘The Sea Horse’ in 1974. Since then Conchata has performed on the big screen as well as in television productions, both of which have put a significant amount of money into Conchata Ferrell’s net worth, too.
Ferrell has a long list of television series in which she has appeared only in an episode or two, including ‘Maude’, ‘The Rockford Files’, ‘Blansky’s Beauties’, ‘The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo’, ‘CBS Afternoon Playhouse’, ‘Who’s the Boss?’, ‘Hard Time on Planet Earth’, ‘The Legend of Prince Valiant’ and lots of others. More significant roles which increased Conchata’s net worth substantially were landed in the television series ‘Hot l Baltimore’ created by Lanford Wilson, ‘E/R’ directed by Peter Bonerz, ‘A Peaceable Kingdom’ directed by Mark Waxman among others. However, the best roles which were worth Emmy nominations and made her famous were landed in the television drama series ‘L. A. Law’ created Steven Bochco and Terry Louise Fisher, and in the sitcom ‘Two and a Half Men’ created by Chuck Lorre, Lee Aronsohn.
Furthermore, Ferrell has added more to her net worth appearing in a number of television films, which have included ‘The Girl Called Hatter Fox’ directed by George Schaefer, ‘The Seduction of Miss Leona’ directed by Joseph Hardy, ‘Rape and Marriage: The Rideout Case’ directed by Peter Levin, ‘Life of the Party: The Story of Beatrice’ directed by Lamont Johnson and many others.
Additionally, outstanding acting on the big screen has also added to Conchata Ferrell’s net worth; she was in the main cast of the thriller film ‘Deadly Hero’ directed by Ivan Nagy, the satirical film ‘Network’ directed by Sidney Lumet, ‘Where the River Runs Black’ directed by Christopher Cain, ‘For Keeps’ directed by John G. Avildsen, ‘Mystic Pizza’ directed by Donald Petrie, ‘Edward Scissorhands’ directed by Tim Burton, ‘Heaven & Earth’ directed by Oliver Stone and films. Ferrell also appeared as a leading actress in ‘Heartland’ directed by Richard Pearce. Overall, Conchata has appeared in over 130 productions on stage, TV and the big screen, and is still going strong.
In her personal life, Conchata Ferrell is married to Arnie Anderson, and the couple has a daughter together.
She is of English, Scottish, German, and Irish ancestry.
In the 1980s, she appeared in an all-star revival of the William Inge play "Picnic," which ran for several months at the Ahmanson Theater in Los Angeles. Co-stars included Gregory Harrison, Jennifer Jason-Leigh, Michael Learned, Rue McClanahan, and both Dick and Joyce van Patten. The production met with such critical success that it was produced as an award-winning Cable TV broadcast.