Jamie-Lynn Sigler Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Jamie-Lynn Sigler is a famous American singer, as well as an actress. To the audience, Sigler is perhaps best known for her role in a crime drama series “The Sopranos”, where she portrayed the character of Meadow Soprano, a daughter of Tony and Carmela Soprano played by James Gandolfini and Edie Falco. “The Sopranos” first began airing in 1999 and was on air for six seasons with a total of 86 episodes released. Considered to be the greatest television series of all time, “The Sopranos” received critical acclaim during its very first season with an average audience of 3.4 million viewers, a number which grew to almost 11 million by the fourth season.
Jamie-Lynn Sigler Net Worth $25 Million
The show has received the highest praises from some of the most influential critics, including Andrew Johnston from “Time Out New York” magazine, Peter Biskind from “Vanity Fair” and David Remnick from “The New Yorker” magazine. During its run, the show was awarded twenty one Emmy Awards, five Golden Globe Awards, and Peabody Awards. The influence of the show extended to other media, and resulted in the creation of merchandise, a video game, as well as books related to “The Sopranos”. Sigler’s role in “The Sopranos” could be said to have been the highest peak of her career. A famous actress, how rich is Jamie-Lynn Sigler? According to sources, Jamie-Lynn Sigler’s net worth is estimated to be $25 million. The majority of Sigler’s wealth comes from her acting career. Jamie-Lynn Sigler was born in 1981, in New York, US where she studied at the Jericho High School. Sigler’s passion for acting stems from her earliest childhood, as she started singing and acting when she was only seven. Sigler’s first professional acting role was in “The Sopranos”. She was cast for the role of Meadow in 1997 and when the series premiered in 1999, it became a remarkable success among its audience. Sigler’s appearance in “The Sopranos” helped her jump-start her acting career and provided many more acting opportunities.
Even though Jamie-Lynn Sigler was a regular in “The Sopranos” series until its final season in 2007, she also undertook other acting offers. In 2000, Sigler was acting for “Camping Stories” but unfortunately suffered from the Lyme disease during the filming, which resulted in a paralysis of her lower body for several days. Sigler fully recovered from that and went on to appear in a musical “Cinderella” and then starred in another musical performance on Broadway called “Beauty and the Beast”, where she played the character of Belle. More recently, in 2008, Jamie-Lynn Sigler made an appearance in several episodes of the comedy-drama series “Entourage” with Kevin Connolly, Kevin Dillon and Jeremy Piven. In addition to her acting career, in 2001 Jamie-Lynn Sigler launched her singing career with the release of her debut album “Here to Heaven”. However, the album failed to meet expectations and did not do well on the market. A famous actress, as well as a singer, Jamie-Lynn Sigler currently has a net worth of $25 million.
Wedding guest Carly Simon sang "Nobody Does It Better," "My Romance," and "Moon River".
Married her manager at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in New York.
[September 2002] Announced engagement to her former manager, A.J. Discala.
Sang "O, Canada" and "The Star Spangled Banner" before game six of the first round of the NHL playoffs in 2002. (New York Islanders vs. Toronto Maple Leafs).
Sang "The Star-Spangled Banner" at the inaugural game--specifically a Major League Soccer game between the New England Revolution and the Dallas Burn--at CMGI Field in Foxboro, Massachusetts on May 11, 2002.
Jamie-Lynn's father, Steve Sigler, is president of an amateur baseball league.
I have no Italian in me. I'm Cuban, Greek, Romanian and Sephardic Jew, so I couldn't get further from Italian. But I guess I've been adopted into that family, too.
[on changing her name from Sigler to DiScala] I never thought I'd do otherwise, even before I met A.J. I'm traditional that way. Once we have children, I'd love for them to have the same name as their mom.
[on ex-husband A.J. Discala] I began trusting this man with my career and now I trust him with my life.