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Jacqueline Yvonne Harry was born on the 14th August 1956 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA of American, African and Trinidadian descent. She is an actress, perhaps stil best recognized for her appearances as Sandra Clark in the TV series “227” (1985-1989), and in the role of Lisa Landry in the sitcom entitled “Sister, Sister” (1994-1999). Jackee is also known as a director. She has been an active member of the entertainment industry since 1982.
A successful actress Jackee Harry, have you ever wondered how rich she is? Sources estimate that the total size of Jackee’s net worth is over $6.5 million, as of early 2016. Obviously, her career as an actress has earned her a big part of her fortune over time.
Jackee Harry Net Worth $6.5 Million
Jackee Harry was raised in Harlem, New York City, where he studied acting at the High School of the Performing Arts on the Lower East Side. After matriculation, she went to the Long Island University. Before her acting career started, she worked at Brooklyn Technical High School as a teacher of American History.
Jackee’s professional acting career began in the 1980s, appearing in several Broadway productions, including “A Broadway Musical”, and “Lady Day” as Billie Holiday. However, her debut screen appearance was as Lily Mason in the soap opera “Another World” in 1983, and she starred in the show until 1986. During those years, Jackee also featured in films, particularly “The Cotton Club” (1984), and “Moscow On The Hudson” (1984). During the show, Jackee already showed her skills, and it was easy to continue her career successfully when she finished her tenure in the cast of the show, earning parts in productions such as “Alvin Goes Back To School” (1986), “The Incredible Ida Early” (1987), “Crash Course” (1988), “Amen” (1988-1989), and her first notable role as Sandra Clark in the TV series “227” (1985-1989), among others, before the 1990s.
Emerging as a new and talented actress, who had already shown her skills, Jackee earned parts in films and TV series such as “The Royal Family” (1991-1992), “Ladybugs” (1992), “Sister, Sister” (1994-1999), all of which added to her overall net worth.
The 2000s only increased the number of characters she portrayed, and the amount of her overall net worth increased further. In 2004 she appeared in the film “You Got Served”, and two years later, Jackee was cast in the film “All You`ve Got”. In 2006, she was selected for the role of Vanessa in the TV series “Everybody Hates Chris”, which aired until 2009.
To speak further of her accomplishments, before the end of the first decade of the 2000s, Jackee was featured in such productions as “G.E.D.” (2009), and “Man Of Her Dreams” (2009), among others, which added to her fortune. In 2010 Jackee’s net worth was boosted by several roles in such productions as “Friends & Lovers”, and “The Clean Up Woman”. The following year, she was cast in the role of Dolores Whitmore in the TV series “Let’s Stay Together” (2011-2013), and she also appeared in the film “The Ideal Husband”. In 2012, Jackee earned the role of Pauletta in the TV series “The First Family”, and two years later, she was featured in the TV series “Girl Meets World” as Evelyn Rand.
Most recently, Jackie has appeared in productions such as the TV series “In The Cut” (2015), “2 Broke Girls” (2016), “Young And Hungry” (2015), and films “The Man In 3B” (2015), “Hail Mary” (2016), and “Ladies Book Club” (2016). Her net worth is certainly rising with the continued demand for her services.
During her successful career, Jackee has earned several prestigious nominations and awards, including the nomination for the Golden Globe for her work on “227”, and Primetime Emmy award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her work in the same TV series.
Regarding her personal life, Jackee Harry has been married four times. One of her husbands was Elgin Charles Williams (1996-2003), with whom she adopted a son. She is also known for her charity work, as a national spokesperson of the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund, and also with the United Negro College Fund. Spare time she spends posting on her official Twitter and Facebook accounts.