Nicollette Sheridan Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Nicollette Sheridan is a well-known actress from England. Nicollette Sheridan net worth is $20 million. Her most famous roles which boosted Sheridan’s net worth are Edie Britt from ABC series “Desperate Housewives” and Paige Matheson in CBS TV series “Knots Landing”. Sheridan also appeared in popular movies such as “The Sure Thing” alongside John Cusack, Daphne Zuniga and Viveca Lindfors, “Beverly Hills Ninja” starring Chris Farley, Robin Shou, Chris Rock. Nicollette’s career started in 1984 when she made her debut on American TV soap opera “Paper Dolls” where Sheridan’s co-stars were Lloyd Bridges and Morgan Fairchild.
Nicollette Sheridan Net Worth $20 Million
Even though the project was short-lived and didn’t add much to Sheridan’s net worth it gave her hunger for more. Soon the fame came: she started getting more serious leading roles. The world noticed not only her acting skills, but also Nicollette’s beauty. In 1991 Nicollette Sheridan was included in the 50 Most Beautiful People list in “People” magazine. Naturally, the question raises how rich Nicollette Sheridan is? It is estimated that currently Nicollette Sheridan’s net worth reaches $20 million.
Nicollette Sheridan was born on November 21, 1963 in Worthing, Sussex, England. Her mother was an actress and while acting on one of the James Bond movies she started an affair with her co-star. This was the reason why all family moved to United States.
Nicollette’s mother gave birth to another child in 1973. However, this did not save the family and Sheridan’s mother separated with newborn’s father few years later. After that Sheridan’s family constantly traveled between US and England.
Nicollette Sheridan’s net worth boosted in 1986 when she joined CBS primetime soap “Knots Landing” where Sheridan portrayed Paige Matheson. Nicollette shared the set with celebrities such as Alec Baldwin, Teri Austin, Tonya Crowe. Even though, Nicollette was not a regular member of the cast, soon her acting skills charmed everyone and she became regular and remained such until the end of the show in 1993. It is worth mentioning, that the show brought Sheridan Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Leading Actress: Prime Time in 1990 and Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Heroine: Prime Time in 1991.
Nicollette’s second wave of success came in 2004. Actress was chosen to perform Edie Britt on ABC TV show “Desperate Housewives” alongside Teri Hatcher, Eva Longoria, Felicity Huffman. It is calculated that each episode added approximately $175,000 to Sheridan’s net worth.
Nicollette Sheridan’s net worth is tremendous and she loves to spend it. It is believed Nicollette owns an enchanting villa with approximately 1.5 acres property in the canyons Bel Air. Having a net worth many could only dream about, Nicollette chose this gorgeous property, priced $14,500 per month, for its calming atmosphere. It is surrounded by hills, inside you have a pool filled with crystal-clear water and emerald green grass. Its inside reminds a comforting ranch with wooden interior, 4 luxurious bedrooms and 4 grandiose bathrooms. Add to her asset list, is a lavish yet powerful BMW 754i automobile, which only enhances that Nicollette Sheridan is one of the richest British actresses with a high-pitched net worth up to $20 million.
She spent three of her high school years at The Buckley School, a private college preparatory day school in Sherman Oaks near Los Angeles. Was almost kicked out when she was caught forging her mother's signature on a note. Her mother shipped her off to Millfield, a no-nonsense girl's school outside London, which she graduated from in 1981.
Was the spoke-woman for National Guide Dog Month on September 2010.
Was considered for the role of Rose DeWitt Bukater in Titanic (1997).
Nicollette and Michael Bolton have called off their engagement [August 26, 2008].
Is of Punjabi descent through her great-grandmother.
Is a vegetarian and believes that any life, big or small, deserves the right to live.
Was engaged to Swede Nick Soderblom but the couple split in November 2005.
Chosen the worst-dressed celebrity in 2004 by fashion critic Mr. Blackwell (Richard Selzer).
In November 2004 she spent a week in the center of the sports world as a key figure in a controversial skit preceding ABC's NFL Monday Night Football (1970), in which she ran supposedly nude into the arms of Philadelphia WR Terrell Owens. The skit was designed to bring viewers to ABC's Desperate Housewives (2004), whose next episode posted the show's highest ratings to date.
Contrary to several sources, she is not the granddaughter of British actress Dinah Sheridan. Both were born in Great Britain, but they are not related.
Met Leif Garrett at age 15. Lived with him under his mother's roof as a minor. The relationship lasted 6 years.
Mother is English actress Sally Sheridan. Father is Arthur Sheridan, a former British Air Force pilot whom Nicollette has not seen since she was an infant.
Was in a long-term relationship with singer Michael Bolton (1992-1995; 2006-2008).
When people meet me for the first time they usually think I am a real snoot.
Some people find safety in the institution of marriage or some sort of a further commitment. Others think that if you're in a very happy relationship, why mess with it? Marriage has never been something I've needed to have in my life. I've always been extremely independent.
It's quite a feat to pull off a bad girl and have people relate to her. The key is to somehow find a way to make her likable. I thoroughly enjoyed creating and playing Edie. I do miss her. She was a big part of my life for five years.
When I was young, I was a control freak. I was a great organizer. That was my sense of control. I liked having an orderly house, having everything clean and aesthetically pleasing. I found some sort of comfort in that. I've definitely worked on letting that go. I try to leave myself open to see what life offers up.
I have actually played some nice characters.
I really try to take one day at a time and enjoy the moments.
It really is sort of my peace and my serenity when I'm out with the horses and my dog. You know, you have a responsibility when you have animals. They need to be exercised, just like we do, so I get out there as often as I can. I think it's very important to be able to take in your surroundings and breathe the fresh air and appreciate the beauty of nature.
I praise the Lord above because God only knows what they would have Edie doing on cable--probably some of the things Kim Cattrall had to do on Sex and the City (1998).
I did Knots Landing (1979) and many TV movies and features back-to-back, I got so caught up in work driving my life, that I decided I needed a break, to enjoy the simple things in life, and be with my horse and dogs, and travel. When I wanted to re-emerge, I found that I didn't have the bevy of things that I'd previously had at my fingertips. That said, I had to address my career differently. I explored other avenues, from writing to producing and then, four years ago, Desperate Housewives (2004) fell into my hands and that was that. When I read the script, I knew it was special because of the line it walked between comedy and drama, and the twisted nature of its story lines. But you can't help but be surprised when something takes off like that.
I have been accused of doing things to my face, but I haven't had anything done. I'm not saying that there won't be a time when I say. "Okay, maybe", but I'm very blessed to come from generations of very good skin. My mother looks a lot younger than she is, and so did her mother. I have a bit of sun damage but, otherwise, I come from a pool of good genes.
I just liked having intelligent conversations and hearing both sides of an argument. I've always been quite opinionated and I thought the field of law was for me. It's funny how life can change when you least expect it.
I think there are a lot of factors that the universe can conspire and make happen if it's meant to be. Also with perseverance, if you really follow your passion and your bliss you can make anything happen ... in any field. I think fear stops us. It's always been a motto of mine to embrace my fears and walk through them because it's always amazing what you come out to on the other side.
I think I've always been a fighter in a healthy way.
I'm actually more comfortable playing the stroke victim or the girl with no makeup on, looking scruffy and it's all about what's going on inside rather than on the outside. But I'm making friends with it. At times, it's embarrassing being in some outfits that I might personally never be caught dead in, but they serve "Edie" on [Desperate Housewives (2004)]. It was nice actually wearing pants and a proper shirt as "Diane" in [Code Name: The Cleaner (2007)].
I could say doing what I've wanted to do with my life could be looked at as being selfish. But I think it's a healthy selfish, because if you're really not ready to (have children), it's not the right thing to do.
I think I've been very lucky. A lot of this business is being in the right place at the right time with the right thing.
[on Telly Savalas] He was officially my stepfather, but I always thought of him as my daddy.
I grew up feeling like the ugly duckling, and things have not changed that much. For some reason, Hollywood seems to have painted me as a gorgeous vixen at times or the sweet girl. I don't get it.