Lindsay Jaylyn Price Stone was born on 6 December 1976, in Arcadia, California USA, to Haeja Diane Price of Korean descent, and William Price of German and Irish descent. She is an actress and singer, best known for playing Janet Sosna in the TV series “Beverly Hills, 90210” and Victory Ford in the series “Lipstick Jungle”.
So just how rich is Lindsay Price now? According to sources, Price has earned a net worth over $2 million, as of mid-2017. Her wealth has been established through her involvement in the entertainment industry.
Lindsay Price Net Worth $2 million
Price attended Pasadena College of Arts and Crafts, todays Art Center College of Design, in Pasadena, California. However, her career in showbiz began while she was a little girl, appearing in the television commercial for the Toys “R” Us, singing its theme song in 1982. By the end of the decade, she had landed a number of television guest appearances, such as is the series “Finder of Lost Loves”, “Aifwolf”, “Hotel” and “My Two Dads”. She made her film debut by landing a part in the 1988 science-fiction comedy “Purple People Eater”, paving her way to recognition and fame, and her net worth began to grow.
Opportunities continued to come her way, and the following decade saw the young actress landing the recurring role as An Li Chen Bodine in the popular soap opera “All My Children”. She also played the recurring part of Michael Lai in the soap opera “The Bold and the Beautiful”, and made numerous guest appearances, including in the series “Life Goes On”, “Boy Meets World”, “Days of Our Lives” and “Frazier”. As for the big screen, Price landed parts in films including “Angus”, “Hundred Percent” and “The Big Split”. Reinforcing her status in Hollywood, her wealth grew larger.
In 1998 Price joined the cast of the popular Fox drama television series “Beverly Hills, 90210” during the show’s eight season, playing the role of Beverly Beat newspaper’s graphic designer Janet Sosna. She became a member of the main cast in season nine, remaining on the show until its cancellation following the end of the tenth season in 2000. The series served as a perfect way for Price to showcase her talents, and to reinforce her popularity in the acting world. It also earned her a considerable net worth.
Embracing the fame earned with her performance of Sosna, Price went on to land other recurring TV roles in the early 2000s, such as playing Emily Cantor in the popular series “Jack & Jill”, as Amanda in the sitcom “Becker” and then Jane Honda in the sitcom “Coupling”. She went on to land some big screen parts as well, appearing in the films “Club Dread” and “Waterbone”. All added to her fortune.
In 2008 Price landed her next major TV role, being cast as Victory Ford in the NBC Universal Television Studio comedy-drama series “Lipstic Jungle”, based on the same-titled best-selling novel by Candace Bushnell. She starred in the show during its two seasons until 2009, which cemented her reputation of a talented actress, significantly improving her wealth status too.
That same year she landed a recurring role in the series “Eastwick”, and starred in the film “Lonely Street”. In the following years, Price made numerous television guest appearances, such as in the series “CSI:NY”, “Two and a Half Men”, “Hawaii Five-0” and “Castle”, further expanding her net worth. She is currently involved in filming the television film “Splitting Up Together”, set to be released in late 2017.
When it comes to her private life, Price has been married twice, firstly to executive producer Shawn Pillar, lasting from 2004 to 2007. As of 2013 she has been married to Australian celebrity chef Curtis Stone, with whom she has two children.
Mother Diane Price is Korean, father Bill Price is German-Irish. They were raised together as brother and sister, as the Price family adopted an orphaned daughter from Korea. They married when they were old enough.
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