Jennifer Eve Garth was born on 3 April 1972 in Urbana, Illinois USA, and is a well-known actress and director, which are the main sources when it comes to estimating Garth’s net worth. Jennie Garth has been active in the entertainment industry since the year of 1989. She rose to prominence as a very attractive young girl named Kelly Taylor in the popular television series “Beverly Hills, 90210”. Garth has also starred in the situation comedy series “What I Like About You”, and the reality series “Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Country”.
How rich is Jennie Garth? Sources have estimated that the overall sum of Jennie Garth’s net worth is $5 million, accumulated from her careers in the entertainment industry.
Jennie Garth Net Worth $5 Million
Jennie Garth debuted on the television screen playing the role of Denise in one of the episodes of the sitcom “Growing Pains” (1989) created by Neal Marlens. Soon after her debut, she accepted an invitation to star alongside Jason Priestley, Shannen Doherty and Ian Ziering in the teen drama “Beverly Hills, 90210” (1990-2010) created by Darren Star, Aaron Spelling, E. Duke Vincent. More than 300 episodes of the drama series were broadcast over 10 years. The series was very popular amongst teenagers and youth, as well as receiving positive evaluation from critics. Jennie herself received two nominations for the Young Artist Awards and won one of them, as the Best Young Actress Starring in a Television Series. Due to the popularity and high ratings of the series Garth, as one of the leading persons of the drama, increased her net worth considerably.
Jennie has also increased her net worth starring in a number of television movies, including “Lies of the Heart: The Story of Laurie Kellogg” (1994) directed by Michael Toshiyuki Uno, “An Unfinished Affair” (1996) directed by Rod Hardy, “A Loss of Innocence” (1996) directed by Graeme Clifford and many others. However, one of the movies, “Secret Santa” (2003) directed by Ian Barry was more successful than the others and the cast won Character and Morality in Entertainment Awards as the Best Cast.
The series “What I Like About You” (2002 – 2006) created by Wil Calhoun, Dan Schneider has also added to Garth’s net worth as the series received top rating during all four seasons of broadcasting. In 2012, “Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Country” (2012) reality series was broadcast which added to her net worth too. Jennie has also appeared in several feature films: “Power 98” (1996), “My Brother’s War” (1997) and “Telling You” (1998).
Jennie Garth has been married twice. In 1994, she married Daniel Clark, but they divorced after two years of marriage. From 1995, she was in a close relationship with the actor Peter Facinelli, and they married In 2001, and together they have three daughters, but divorced in 2013, after which Garth dated Michael Shimbo. However, in late 2014 she met David Abrams, and they married the following year.
Got married to her first husband two weeks after her twenty-second birthday.
Lives in Toluca Lake, California.
Her daughter, Lola, is battling Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis [May 26, 2009].
Has had a leaky heart valve for seven years. Her father had struggled with heart disease since he was fifty and passed away in 2008 [May 26, 2009].
Is the second cousin of Italian model Roger Garth.
Referenced in the classic BBS door game "Legend of the Red Dragon" by Seth A. Robinson. "Legend of the Red Dragon" was an on-line RPG featured on many dial-up Bullentin Boards around the country in the early 1990s. While adventuring in the forest, the player was sometimes asked cryptically "What's the deal with Jennie Garth?". The player's character was rewarded or punished based on various responses.
Got married to Peter Facinelli in Santa Barbara, California. The wedding took place at the mission-style church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel in Montecito, south of Santa Barbara. Jennie wore a dress by Reem Acra. Their daughter Luca Bella, three at the time, was flower girl. Their wedding was featured on an installment of "Instyle" weddings.
Dropped out of high school during her junior year. She received her diploma later.
Owns a ranch (with a couple of horses) near Santa Barbara, California, where her parents also live.
Interests: Horseback riding, gardening, housekeeping and caring for her children.
Has 6 older half-siblings: Johnny, Chuck, Lisa, Cammie, Wendy and Lynn.
Is a vegetarian.
Long time sufferer of migraine headaches, for which she has done Public Service Announcements (PSAs) on TV .
[on marriages and life] Marriages aren't easy, and we're just like any other couple. We have our roadblocks, but we get around them, and our family prevails. We are so happy we have a normal, grounded life to keep us centered.
[on her family and third child] Peter [husband Peter Facinelli] and I feel very blessed with our children. We didn't plan any one of them but higher forces and recognizing priorities helped us along the way. We can't wait to meet this newest addition to our family!
[one of the reasons for her being a vegetarian] I never met a cow I didn't like.